Select few drag city down

Kalgoorlie-Boulder is an intimate community. When the transient population is accounted for, the core of the community is quite small — perhaps 15,000-20,000 people. On the whole, the more permanent residents care deeply about the image and future of this town. And then there are the others who play up …

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Stunning show combines magic, dance

Kalgoorlie-Boulder and Esperance audiences will be treated to a unique fusion of Irish dancing and magical illusions next month as Anthony Street brings his show Celtic Illusion to the region. A magic enthusiast by the age of eight, Street idolised performers like David Copperfield for his shows based around illusion …

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Budding filmmakers encouraged to capture their life

Capel youth will have the opportunity to transform into filmmakers through the Home Movie Day short film competition. The brief is to produce a film no longer than two minutes which captures a snapshot of youth culture in the Shire of Capel, with the winning entries to be placed in …

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Skylab back to the future for Goldfields actor

For one Goldfields actor, performing in the Black Swan State Theatre Company and Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company’s 2018 production Skylab brought up old memories of the rare event itself during his childhood. Gary Cooper was 11 years old when the NASA space station crashed near his home in the town …

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Long road for global adventurer

Author, adventurer and photographer Jeremy Scott will visit Kalgoorlie-Boulder at the end of the month to share his book, The Long Road From A Broken Heart, which details a life full of adventure and travel. Overcoming major open heart surgery at the age of four, Scott went on to complete …

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