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Kelmscott IGA mob likely to face police charges

Police Minister Michelle Roberts says there is “no excuse” for the behaviour of an angry mob who ransacked a Kelmscott shop after a nine-year-old boy was locked in a storeroom. The owner of Kelmscott IGA X-press released CCTV vision of the December 30 incident on Sunday. His lawyer John Hammond …

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City relaxed on Oz Day edict

The City of Albany does not think proposed changes to Australia Day rules and standards will have an impact on local ceremonies. On January 13 Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced new rules from 2020 which require Australian councils to host citizenship ceremonies on January 26, and for citizenship recipients to …

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Huawei’s media blitz to ease ‘Chinese espionage’ fears

Huawei has launched an unprecedented public relations blitz, thrusting its low-key founder in front of international media as the Chinese telecoms firm seeks to ease concern among Western nations bent on shutting it out of their markets. The move, along with significant personnel change in its 300-strong corporate affairs department, …

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Radheya Jegatheva: filmmaker a rising star on the world festival circuit

Annelies GartnerThe West Australian Tuesday, 22 January 2019 8:40AM Camera IconPicture: Iain Gillespie Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail UsCopy the Link The success of Radheya Jegatheva’s animated short films has been his ticket to travel the world. In 2016, his first film Journey was part of the film festival circuit. …

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Algae blamed for bird deaths

Blue green algae has been blamed for causing the recent deaths of thousands of birds at Lake Gregory in the east Kimberley. The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development had been investigating the deaths of several thousand wild birds, primarily pink-eared ducks and black swans, following reports of the …

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