New details emerge on Trump’s upcoming visit to the UK

Fresh details have emerged regarding US President Donald Trump’s upcoming trip to the UK with wife Melania on Thursday. Mr Trump will meet with Prime Minister Theresa May as well as the Queen at Windsor Castle, but not the public. Demonstrations against the US President are planned to take place …

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Albany Chamber chief executive sacked

Toby HusseyAlbany Advertiser Friday, 6 July 2018 4:22PM Camera IconAlbany Chamber of Commerce and Industry CEO Mark Forrest.Picture: Laurie Benson Albany Advertiser Facebook IconTwitter IconEmail IconLink Icon The Albany Chamber of Commerce and Industry has sacked its new chief executive Mark Forrest after just six weeks in the job. In …

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Young singer determined to defy scoliosis

Geraldton man John Allen said he would always chastise his daughter for slouching at the dinner table and demanded she sit up straight. Mr Allen said he felt guilty when his daughter, Jazmyn, was later diagnosed with scoliosis. The deformity involves a sideways curvature of the spine, largely occurring during …

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Police raid Sydney drug fabric lab

A Chinese man and woman have faced court following the discovery by police of a clandestine lab at a Sydney home designed to extract drugs from fabric. Officers seized about 150 litres of liquid methamphetamine from a house in Beverley Hills, in the city’s southwest, following raids on a number …

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Redbacks fourth quarter efforts beats A-grade top team

Redbacks have upset the Grasshoppers after dominating a decisive fourth quarter to pull off the 36-24 win last week in Kununurra Netball Association’s A-grade competition. Grasshoppers were missing one of their main scorers Katie McAllister and centre Brooke Keown but took the early lead 7-6 at the first break. The …

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Thanks for the memories — Di bids adieu to MBA role

After nearly 16 years, Di Gilleland has — reluctantly — handed over her keys and retired as the Master Builders Association’s regional manager. Ms Gilleland said she had loved her years being in the industry. “For people (to) have that opportunity to have a job that they love and are …

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Crows no match for Curtin clinic

Benji Curtin put on a first-half kicking clinic for the Kununurra Demons to help get the win over the minor premiers Waringarri Crows last Friday night 11.8 (74) to 6.2 (38). Before the game, the family of senior lawman Mr Griffiths, there for a funeral held yesterday, tossed the coin …

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Dockers click late to crush Pies surge

The Yardgee Dockers have done all they can to try secure the last spot in the finals but will need to wait for this weekend’s postponed clash between Warmun Eagles and Port Wyndham Crocs to find out their fate. Dockers, with a 6-5 record, heading into Saturday’s home game in …

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