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Stories captured in black and white

Chloe FraserSound Telegraph Wednesday, 7 November 2018 10:08AM Camera IconRockingham Photography Club founder and vice president Kingsley Klau and president Peter Lescelle are displaying their black and white series at Hotel Clipper cafe.Picture: Picture: Chloe Fraser, Chloe Fraser Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail UsLink Icon Black and white images lining …

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Special time to reflect | The West Australian

A special commemoration marking the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Armistice that ended World War I is planned for Remembrance Day in Kalgoorlie-Boulder this Sunday. The commemoration will include a partial re-enactment of the scenes of the day when City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder Mayor John Bowler will deliver the …

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Green Caps cruise to victory

Leschenault captain Tom Buchanan pulled out all stops against Dalyellup Beach with a fine all-round effort of 111 runs and 3-22 to spearhead his team to a 63-run victory in their Bunbury and Districts Cricket Association clash on Saturday. The Green Caps made a shaky start with pacy Liam Renton …

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Sydney Sixers sign Lloyd Pope in Big Bash League coup

The Sydney Sixers have pulled off a contract coup by signing Australia’s hottest young spinner, 18-year-old Lloyd Pope. Dubbed the “Next Warnie”, Pope recently became the youngest bowler ever to claim a seven-wicket haul in the Sheffield Shield, taking 7-87 for South Australia against Queensland at the Adelaide Oval. Pope’s …

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Senior ministers reject Paris exit calls

Energy Minister Angus Taylor has slapped down conservative colleagues and media commentators demanding the government withdraw from its Paris climate commitments. Mr Taylor said it was wrong to argue leaving the agreement would lead to a “miraculous drop” in power prices, adding Australia would reach its Paris carbon emission reduction …

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