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Flag falls on taxi operator

Denmark’s sole taxi operator has closed leaving the town with no running taxi service. The news comes after concerns were raised last year about the long-term viability of the local taxi industry after historic State transport reform. Denmark Chamber of Commerce president Liz Jack has since organised a community meeting …

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Kogan shares rise 19% on ‘strong development’

Kogan.com shares have hit a six-month high after the internet retailer reported 23.4 per cent year-on-year customer growth and announced two new two lines of business: Kogan Energy Compare and Kogan Cars. The company had 1.59 million active customers as of March 31, compared to 1.29 million as of a …

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OPINION: Gratitude creates a change in attitude

I have just returned from an amazing trip to Zimbabwe and South Africa. Some of the incredible experiences included seeing the Big Five animals in game reserves, actually patting a lion and hand feeding elephants. Needless to say, the latter two involved animals familiar with the human touch. Apart from …

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Photo of car linked to Brisbane shooting

AAP Thursday, 18 April 2019 3:38PM Camera IconQLD police release image of car linked to the fatal shooting of a Brisbane doctor. Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail UsCopy the Link Detectives investigating the murder of a Brisbane doctor have launched a public appeal to track down a car linked to …

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Locals dig deep to fund bore project

A Geraldton man who tried to raise $5000 to help a struggling African family has been left overwhelmed after locals emptied their pockets to the tune of $16,000. The money — raised in the space of three weeks — will be used to sink a bore in a remote Zimbabwean …

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‘Punk’ look at Mingenew rocked for cancer aid

Mingenew resident Kait Morgan has a four-year-old who says she looks like a punk. But it’s a description she wears with pride. After all, shaving her head into a punk-worthy “dirty mullet” helped her raise about $10,000 for blood cancer research. For Mrs Morgan, who has a rare blood disorder …

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