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Photography workshop: Top tips for snapping the city

Want practical advice to help you take better shots in any urban environment, anywhere? That’s the idea behind our upcoming Shoot in the City Photo Walk: learn how to improve your photographs of cities, whether you’re headed to London, New York, Hong Kong, or somewhere else entirely. Lead Travel Photographer …

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BHP agrees $55.4b Samarco settlement talks

BHP and its joint-venture partner Vale have reached a framework agreement with Brazilian prosecutors to negotiate a settlement of a $55.35 billion claim relating to the fatal 2015 Samarco mine disaster. BHP says an earlier 20 billion real ($7.14 billion) civil claim will be dismissed and that the companies will …

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Bundles give SW parents a reason to smile

New mums in Harvey have another reason to smile with a pharmacy voucher added to the baby bundle gift baskets provided by the Harvey Business and Professional Women’s Association. The association provides the bundles for babies born in the Harvey district that go through the child health clinic. Bundles include …

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Vasse Felix makes $20m move for Watershed

Pioneering Margaret River producer Vasse Felix is in the process of acquiring Margaret River’s Watershed Premium Wines for a sum believed to be about $20 million. Under the terms of the sale, Vasse Felix will immediately acquire the assets, which include an 80ha vineyard, winery, cellar door and restaurant. Watershed …

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Kangas midfield dominant in emphatic win over Sharks

A dominant midfield display has led North Albany to a comfortable 106-point win over a weakened Albany outfit at Centennial Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The round 8 contest never reached any great heights as the Kangas were kept to three goals in the first term before skipping well clear with …

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Musos of WASO: Nik Babic

Nik Babic – Viola Nik started playing the violin at age nine and viola at fifteen in Belgrade, Serbia. He then continued his studies at the New England Conservatory in Boston where he earned his Bachelors (1996) and Masters (1998) degrees learning from Walter Trampler and Marcus Thompson. While in …

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Magpies breakthrough victory | The West Australian

Denmark-Walpole coach Matt Candy has labelled his side’s upset win over top-two aspirant Mt Barker season-defining after the Magpies broke through for their first victory over an opposition above them on the ladder for the first time in nearly two seasons on Saturday. The Magpies’ last five wins this year …

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