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Simon Stead new CBH chairman

Cascade farmer Simon Stead is the new chairman of the CBH board, replacing Newdegate farmer Wally Newman, who stepped down from the board today. Kondinin farmer Natalie Browning is the new deputy chair, taking on Mr Stead’s former role. Mr Newman had held the chairman’s role since 2014, and Mr …

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Bunbury closed churches stream services

Easter egg hunts and worship services will be put on hold this year as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to run rampant across the world. Celebrating the belief that Christ resurrected from the dead, Easter is one of the most important holidays in the Christian and Orthodox religions. Easter week at …

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Truck fire closes Hayes Road

A mechanical fault caused a truck to catch fire this morning in Quindalup forcing the closure of Hayes road. The truck was engulfed in fire with the driver luckily escaping uninjured before his vehicle was destroyed. Around 8.32am the Department of Fire and Emergency services received a call with appliances …

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When Dementia Meets the Coronavirus Crisis

Ms. Feinberg said that because routine is so crucial for dementia patients, caregivers should provide security and comfort as much as possible. “It’s a time to help the person with dementia have the most normalcy in this most unnormal time,” she said. This could include trying not to watch the …

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From the Archives: Colson Whitehead and Jeffrey Toobin

Subscribe: iTunes | Google Play Music | How to Listen During the coronavirus crisis, we’ve been going back to our archives — but we’re getting very close to recording new episodes again. For now, another high-powered visit from the past, this one from 2016, when Colson Whitehead spoke about “The …

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Shielding the Fetus From the Coronavirus

Newborns and babies have so far seemed to be largely unaffected by the coronavirus, but three new studies suggest that the virus may reach the fetus in utero. Even in these studies, the newborns seemed only mildly affected, if at all — which is reassuring, experts said. And the studies …

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Ann Patchett on Why We Need Life-Changing Books Right Now

Here’s how it happened: In early November 2018, Kate DiCamillo came to Nashville while she was on tour for her novel “Louisiana’s Way Home.” It’s the middle book of a trilogy that started with “Raymie Nightingale” and ended last year with “Beverly, Right Here.” Kate and I had crossed paths …

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