Walk for brain cancer awareness

The 2018 Walk4BrainCancer is on again this Sunday. The walk raises money for brain cancer awareness, with all proceeds to the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation. Busselton walk co-ordinator Nina Concannon was diagnosed with an incurable brain tumour in 2013. Through research, she became aware of the foundation and its mission …

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$1m Lotto winners ready to spend big win

A Greenfields’ couple have claimed last night’s $1 million Division One prize and promised to splash out on some brand spanking new items. The married couple, in their 70s, said the sleepless night was all worth it once they settled into the winners room’ couch at Lotterywest headquarters in Osborne …

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Town put on show as State, National titles hosted

Wagin’s Great Southern Kart Club has capped off a frantic fortnight of racing, with several members of the club taking out national titles. Camera IconCompetitors lining up before the event. Over two historic weekends, the club hosted the sport’s State and national titles. It was the Great Southern Kart Club’s …

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Sea creature rescue class | The West Australian

Saskia AdystiAlbany Advertiser Thursday, 4 October 2018 3:23PM Camera IconORRCA leaders training new volunteers.Picture: ORRCA Facebook IconTwitter IconEmail IconLink Icon Albany marine mammals’ enthusiasts are invited to attend a marine animals rescue training session held by Organisation for the Rescue and Research of Cetaceans in Australia. ORRCA has more than …

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Be quick to enter calendar photo comp

GeoCatch is calling for entries for its 2019 eco-calendar competition. The competition is open to all ages, with junior and open categories, and 12 photos will be selected for next year’s calendar. Calendar co-ordinator Jen Mitchell said all nature photos taken in the Geographe Catchment from north of Capel to …

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Playful Paganini | The West Australian

CONCERT Australian Chamber Orchestra and Ilya Gringolts Perth Concert Hall 4.5 stars REVIEW DAVID CUSWORTH Guest director and soloist Ilya Gringolts sparked a breach of etiquette when the Concert Hall crowd erupted part way through an exquisite Paganini’s First Violin Concerto. But the entr’acte ovation was fair comment on a …

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Boddington Eagles in MCG debut

The heroics of Adam Simpson’s men weren’t the only Eagles to be showcased on Australian football’s biggest stage last Saturday — the AFL grand final. Across six pages in the AFL Record’s Grand Final edition, sold nationally, a “rich breeding ground for AFL players” and an “Australian Football stronghold” was …

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