Guilty plea to attack with TV

A Kalgoorlie man was put on an intensive supervision order for attacking his mother with a television and punching his grandfather several times to the face in a drunken rage. Jaydon Malcolom Johnston, 28, pleaded guilty to two counts of assault occasioning bodily harm in a circumstance of aggravation, at …

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Home brewer gets winning ale on tap

A Kalgoorlie beer lover will see her winning home brew made available to the public at Beaten Track Brewery this weekend. Aircraft engineer by day and novice brewer by night, Yvette Smith was the winner of the Boulder brewery’s Home Brew Competition in May. Beating 10 other participants, Ms Smith’s …

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Still time for circus tickets

Time is running out for Kalgoorlie Miner readers to get in the draw to win one of four family passes to see The Great Moscow Circus. The circus will be in town with its all new Extreme show from July 27, performing 13 shows in 10 days. Audiences are promised …

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Barra biting despite cooler days

Cold weather usually means fish aren’t as frisky at this time of year but there are still plenty being landed around the region. Jane Harman, from Ultimate Adventures, said while the cooler days could make it tough for fishing they had been doing well landing some nice barramundi over the …

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Is Eagles skipper Shannon Hurn in trouble for this bump?

The West Australian Sunday, 22 July 2018 3:21PM VideoShannon Hurn could face scrutiny for this hit on Western Bulldogs’ Mitch Honeychurch. Facebook IconTwitter IconEmail IconLink Icon West Coast captain Shannon Hurn will face scrutiny from the Match Review Officer on Monday after collecting Western Bulldog Mitch Honeychurch in the head …

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Youths get local link to uni courses

Coolgardie’s Amber Donaldson has always wanted to be a doctor, but after years at boarding school the teenager moved back to the Goldfields to be closer to family. Having left high school, she will get another shot at following her dream as a member of the first Kalgoorlie-based cohort of …

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