Wyndham still in hearts and minds

A sizzling hot Perth summer’s day set the tone perfectly for the annual Wyndham reunion in Perth last month. Camera IconGraham Johns (1967-2005), Michael Howard (1975-85), Steve Byrnes (1980-95). Picutre: Cally Dupe More than 70 people gathered at the Mt Henry Tavern in Manning on January to share stories of …

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Windies vs England – Scorecard, Stats, Lineups

29.4 OUT! Caught. Ben Stokes to Shai Hope. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot flick, leading edge in the air uncontrolled to third man, by Rashid. Taken in the deep, England breathe a sigh of relief because they really needed that breakthrough. As is so …

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Interactive art comes to Sculpture by the Sea

Clarissa PhillipsThe West Australian Wednesday, 20 February 2019 1:25PM Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail UsCopy the Link Perth artist Denise Pepper gives us a sneak peek of her interactive work for the 2019 Sculpture by the Sea at Cottesloe Beach.

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Ambassador aims to bridge divide

Wagin Woolorama’s rural ambassador Michael McKenzie wants to use his new position as a platform to bring people down to the bush. Mr McKenzie grew up in Darkan and Wagin but now lives in Perth working in corporate affairs at P&N Bank after studying at Christchurch Grammar and the University …

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Price fall hurts pig farmers

The State’s pig producers have fired a distress signal, warning businesses are fighting to break even as the domestic market remains flooded with sows. A continuing fall in year-on-year pig prices is hampering producers on the back of an increase in pork supply. Rising feed costs rocketed by the Eastern …

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Grains industry on robotics team radar

The team of engineers behind the SwagBot has turned its attention to the Australian grains industry and plan to develop a large-scale and laser weed killer. University of Sydney robotics professor Salah Sukkarieh told crowds at the Grains Research Development Corporation grains research update in Adelaide last Tuesday the organisation …

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