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Architect’s designs command attention | The West Australian

For this week’s Meet the Architect I spoke to Jennie Officer, one of two directors at Officer Woods Architects, an award-winning practice based in Fremantle. Prior to establishing Officer Woods, Ms Officer and Mr Trent Woods worked in other local architecture practices, taught at university and travelled. Ms Officer said …

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Deebot is de best | The West Australian

With the press of a button, the ECOVACS DEEBOT 900 vacuum cleaner gets to work, picking up all the fur, crumbs, dirt and dust and leaving you to get on with more important things. Perfect for the time-poor and ideal for end-of-year festivities, the DEEBOT 900 is equipped with SmartNavi …

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Bitcoin sinks to new 13-month low

Reuters Monday, 19 November 2018 5:35PM VideoWith hundreds of cryptocurrencies being issued every month, countries face a choice: ban them, leave them unregulated, or come up with rules to tame them. As Julian Satterthwaite reports, Paris is doing just that. Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail UsLink Icon Bitcoin has slumped …

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Yemen’s Houthi rebels halt missile attacks

Yemen’s Houthi rebels have announced they will stop their missile and drone attacks on the Saudi-led coalition, according to a statement posted by the group on Twitter. The move came amid growing international pressure to end Yemen’s almost four-year long war, as the United Nations envoy for Yemen, Martin Griffiths, …

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F3 driver fractures spine in horror crash

A 17-year-old driver has fractured her spine after a horrifying airborne crash at the Macau Grand Prix’s Formula 3 final. Sophia Floersch lost control on the circuit, causing her to fly above the field and into scaffolding. Ms Floersch was admitted to hospital, and later tweeted that she is due …

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