Kate Middleton returns to royal duties in London

CATHERINE, the Duchess of Cambridge, has returned to work from her maternity leave overnight, five months after giving birth to her third child, Prince Louis. The wife of Prince William visited a forest school and garden to see the work being done to give children from urban London the chance …

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Lithium worth ‘hundreds of billions’ to WA

Australia’s chief resource economist says WA could earn “hundreds of billions of dollars” by taking advantage of its battery-making mineral wealth but has warned governments must act quickly to capitalise on the opportunity. The latest quarterly report from Department of Industry chief economist Mark Cully tips exports from the Australian …

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Flag win a $2 million windfall for West Coast Eagles

West Coast’s stunning AFL premiership is set to deliver the club a league record profit while also potentially helping foster the State’s economic recovery. Already the AFL’s most profitable club, making $5.4 million last year, the Eagles are anticipating a financial windfall of up to $2 million from Saturday’s nailbiting …

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PM drops in on Eagles’ low-key mad Monday

“It’s still as good as Saturday night, mate,” Luke Shuey said with a grin as he walked into Subiaco Oval yesterday. Two days after West Coast’s AFL grand final triumph, the players were still revelling in the moment. They wore their premiership medals as Prime Minister Scott Morrison addressed them …

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NZ expected to win every take a look at: Hansen

New Zealand are expected to win every test match and will be looking to beat hosts South Africa even if they have already clinched this year’s Rugby Championship, coach Steve Hansen has insisted. New Zealand’s 35-17 triumph over Argentina in Buenos Aires on Saturday ensured another southern hemisphere championship for …

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