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Photography passion leads to surprise award

Bunbury photographer Bianca Turri says community engagement is crucial to expanding her business. Ms Turri, who claimed the Community Engagement title at this year’s South West Small Business Awards, said she was overwhelmed to be chosen as the winner. “It was great to be able to share the award with …

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How to stop continued rise in rates

Are you one of the majority of ratepayers whose house value has declined 25 to 30 per cent and gross rental value likewise over the past three years, yet received a substantial rate rise? Were you aware that the City of Greater Geraldton collected 55 per cent more in rates …

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New names for Geraldton schools

Tamra CarrGeraldton Guardian Monday, 20 August 2018 12:14PM Camera IconJohn Willcock College Year 9 student Brooke Martin with WA Premier Mark McGowan and Geraldton Senior College Year 12 student Tom Bresland.Picture: Tamra Carr Facebook IconTwitter IconEmail IconLink Icon Next year Geraldton Senior College will revert back to Geraldton Senior High …

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Dutch cyclist living the dream when killed

A Dutch cyclist killed in a hit run has been remembered as a “sweet, spontaneous, cheerful” young woman who had just landed her dream job in her adopted hometown of Melbourne. Gitta Scheenhouwer, 27, was fatally run over by a stolen car while cycling in a Chapel Street bike lane …

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Qld considering new revenge porn laws

Even threatening to share compromising images of another person will soon be illegal in Queensland. State cabinet has signed off on tough new measures on Monday designed to crack down on revenge porn and the government will introduce legislation in parliament this week. Under the changes, it would become an …

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Dons and Bulldogs challenged throughout

SWFL top two heavyweights Donnybrook and Bunbury were given almighty scares in their respective matches on Sunday. At VC Mitchell Park, the Dons bolted out to a 42 point lead against Busselton at the 10 minute mark of the second term, before the visitors snapped into action and increased their …

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