Exchange students get a taste of Oz life

A group of Japanese exchange students has called Bunbury home for the past two weeks, soaking up and learning as much about our culture as they can. The group of 20 Year 8 and Year 9 students from Bunbury’s sister city Setagaya were welcomed on September 11 and will depart …

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Nine years for intoxicated driver

A driver who was “severely intoxicated” by meth when he crashed his car while trying to escape police and killed an acquaintance has been jailed for nine years. Brandon Rhys Peterson, 25, was speeding down Collins Street in Kalgoorlie in a bid to get away from police in March 2017 …

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Drought summit not just quick fixes: PM

Prime Minister Scott Morrison insists next month’s national drought summit won’t just be about quick fixes. While the situation in rural Australia is urgent, Mr Morrison believes there also has to be a focus on dealing with future droughts. “In the middle of dealing with this very significant crisis we …

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Match Report – Huddersfield 6 – 13 Wigan

Last Updated: 20/09/18 10:50pm 0:49 Highlights: Huddersfield 6-13 Wigan Highlights: Huddersfield 6-13 Wigan Wigan ground out a 13-6 win over Huddersfield to maintain the only 100 per cent record in the Super 8s and clinch a home semi-final. The Warriors needed a try from Oliver Gildart three minutes from the …

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Private schools deal to cost $four.6 billion

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has struck a $4.6 billion peace deal with Catholic and independent schools, which over a decade he says will bring to an end a long-running war over the Gonski 2.0 school funding model. “For students, this will mean the opportunity to get the best results from …

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