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Hickman chasing Epsom dream with Pierata

Greg Hickman clearly remembers the day he watched Super Impose come from last under 61kg and weave through the field to score an historic win in the Epsom Handicap. It was 1991, Hickman was a young horseman coming through the ranks and that moment made an indelible mark on him. …

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Cheney family new call for Keogh retrial

The family of Anna-Jane Cheney have renewed calls for Henry Keogh to be retried on a murder charge over her death in 1994. The family says they have been spurred into action by the latest media reporting of the case which suggests the only evidence against Mr Keogh was the …

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Europe 2019: The big deals for next summer

By Gemma Nisbet Travel Photojournalist West Travel Club & The West Australian Tuesday, 25 September 2018 Planning a holiday to Europe next year? You might just be tempted by free flights, discounts, cruise cabin upgrades and more.  It’s earlybird Europe season, when travellers planning a holiday to Europe or the …

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Public power company to cut costs: Greens

A national publicly-owned energy retailer will save households at least $200 a year on their power bills, the Greens say. Greens leader Richard Di Natale wants to introduce a national energy retailer to focus on the public interest, rather than maximise profits. The Greens’ plan would see PowerAustralia deliver energy …

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Queensland filly earns chance at G1 Flight

A string of wins in Queensland has earned Baccarat Baby the chance to take on Sydney’s best middle-distance fillies in Saturday’s Group One Flight Stakes at Randwick. The three-year-old placed on debut at Doomben in February and hasn’t been beaten in five starts since, her latest win coming over Saturday’s …

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