Paul McCartney talks of Beatles sex games with John Lennon

Paul McCartney recently turned 76, and while the ex-Beatle is showing no signs of slowing down, he’s also keener than ever to dish on the decades of stories he’s amassed as a living rock legend. The singer-songwriter opened up about everything from Quincy Jones deeming him “the worst bass player”he’d …

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Tokyo is dense but its neighbourhoods rock

One way that government agencies have been tackling the issue of affordable housing in Australia has been through examining housing models and density. Australian cities are among the least dense cities in the world. According to data published in Demographia World Urban Areas in April this year, Perth has a …

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Lynn wins 2018 Hayward Medal

Augusta-Margaret River midfielder Mitch Lynn claimed the 2018 Hayward Medal on Tuesday night, capping off a scintillating season. Lynn polled 31 votes across the season, finishing seven clear of Eaton Boomers livewire Graham Jetta on 24. After polling six votes in the opening five rounds, the Hawks maestro peeled off …

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Frustrating Freo flip on Woolstores baffles developer

Fremantle property developer and investor Silverleaf Investment’s Gerard O’Brien has expressed frustration that the City of Fremantle is not better defending its retail and tourism credentials, decrying the lack of vibrancy and density in the port city centre. His comments come as the City of Fremantle declared it would support …

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Renewed concerns for missing Waikiki girl Halle Williams

Sound Telegraph Wednesday, 12 September 2018 8:39AM Facebook IconTwitter IconEmail IconLink Icon Police have renewed welfare concerns for missing 14-year-old girl Halle Williams. She was last seen at Waikiki Village Shopping Centre on Sunday September 9. Halle is 150-155cm tall with long blonde hair and hazel eyes. It is not …

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Age care facilities get $106m safety boost

A string of high profile abuse cases in residential aged care homes has prompted a major funding boost for measures to protect the elderly. As part of a $106 million federal funding deal, the centres will undergo spot checks, staff will be better trained and nursing home investigators will be …

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Grants aim to secure town’s future

Eight projects have benefited from the first round of the Collie Futures Small Grants Program with a total of $678,000 provided by the State Government. Regional Development Minister Alannah MacTiernan and Collie-Preston MLA Mick Murray were in Collie on Friday to announce the funding. The projects include a trails centre, …

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NSW Police hand dig grounds of Dawson home

Forensic investigators are examining “anomalies” in the grounds of the former Bayview home of Sydney missing woman Lynette Dawson. Homicide Squad Commander Scott Cook said officers will conduct a “hand dig” and feed the resulting material into a sifter. “We will go until we hit rock,” the NSW Police detective …

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