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Talent coach is on the Job

The region’s commitment to junior cricket development and coaching education is ramping up, with key Goldfields officials working hand-in-hand with their counterparts from WA’s governing body to build the game at grass roots level. The efforts included a visit to Kalgoorlie-Boulder last week by WA Cricket Association coach and talent …

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Desert Race tipped to inject $1.85m

This year’s Black Diamond Drilling Kalgoorlie Desert Race will contribute $1.85 million to the city’s economy, analysis shows. The analysis was presented in a report to City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder councillors, who at their most recent meeting voted 12-1 to provide $25,000 to the race, which takes place the weekend after …

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Water issues flushed out | The West Australian

Water issues and ways to address various concerns was a hot button issue for Nationals party members during their State conference in Manjimup at the weekend. Concerns have been raised over recent months about how the Southern Forests Irrigation Scheme — a dam and irrigation network to assist participating growers …

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New mobile station critical to region

Emergency services and local, State and Federal Government representatives came together at Diamond Tree on Saturday to celebrate the official opening of a mobile phone station. The station addresses telecommunication issues in the region and was the 600th station turned on as part of the Federal Government’s partnership with Telstra …

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