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Call to protect gay teachers at private schools from sack

Labor will move to prevent religious schools from sacking gay teachers and staff, Bill Shorten has announced. In his party’s second policy shift on the issue within days, the Federal Opposition Leader urged the Morrison Government to “go further” with its plan to strip faith-based schools of the right to …

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Join Garage Sale Trail to scale back, reuse

Broome households, schools and community groups are set to join more than 400,000 people across Australia on Saturday, October 20 and Sunday, October 21 as part of the eighth annual Garage Sale Trail. The Garage Sale Trail is a multi award-winning community and sustainability event, powered by more than 140 …

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Second WAM nomination for singer

A local musician will have another chance to rub shoulders with West Australian music legends after receiving her second WAM Award nomination in two years. Soulful folk singer Tanya Ransom has been nominated for best regional act at this year’s awards. The WAM Awards, awarded during WAMFest in early November, …

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Courting luxury at every turn

Opulence; grandeur; indulgence.These are just some of the words that describe the magnificence on show in the latest build from Palazzo Homes. Situated in the prestigious suburb of Dalkeith, the home effortlessly fits into its illustrious surroundings. Each space effortlessly joins with another and every walkway, gallery and connection has …

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Considered design makes entertaining a breeze

With high ceilings and large windows in the living, kitchen and dining area, this elegant Rossmoyne custom build boasts modern luxury living in a generously sized, bright and inviting home. “The wide entry opens to a double-height void with a custom, raked, insulated window looking into the wine cellar situated …

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Overcrowded prison crisis | The West Australian

The Department of Justice needs to stop sending prisoners to Eastern Goldfields Regional Prison in the face of “serious” overcrowding and staffing issues, according to the WA Prison Officers’ Union. WAPOU secretary Andy Smith alleged that on Wednesday night, up to 18 male prisoners slept on mattresses on the floor …

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An ocean of features | The West Australian

Drawing inspiration from the dazzling white sands and turquoise blue waters that draw thousands of visitors to WA’s South West each year, The Geographe Bay by WA Country Builders boasts a sparkling yet unassuming design. Combining the relaxed feel of a coastal home with a splash of contemporary design and …

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National Spinifex success | The West Australian

A landcare group working in the remote community of Tjuntjuntjara, 550km east of Kalgoorlie-Boulder, has won a national indigenous landcare award. Spinifex Land Management won the award at the 2018 National Landcare Awards in Brisbane on Thursday night after winning the WA award last year. The group, consisting of seven …

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Well-zoned home juggles family and entertaining

Designed with growing families in mind, the Newport is well zoned and spacious throughout, presenting a comfortable and stylish option for first homebuyers. Maximising lifestyle potential on a 12.5m by 30m block, the display allows for both privacy and opportunities to come together, according to Easystart Homes Sales Manager Ryan …

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