Williams’ wonderful wool takes centrestage

Camera IconWoolshed proprietor Kim Maylor opened the fashion parade wearing a MerinoSnug jumper.Picture: Bob Garnant Camera IconModel Emmi Duff wears a boat neck 3/4 sleeve tunic.Picture: Bob Garnant Woollen garments destined to be made from fibre produced in Williams was the reason to celebrate at the Williams Woolshed, a thriving …

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Match Report – Carlisle 2 – 1 Port Vale

Last Updated: 21/08/18 10:00pm Port Vale were unable to break their away hoodoo as they went down 2-1 despite a late rally against Carlisle. Danny Grainger gave Carlisle a half time lead with a penalty and Tom Parkes made it 2-0 with five minutes to go only for Luke Hannant’s …

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What’s your fitspo? | The West Australian

Why do you exercise? If it is to look like a fitness model on Instagram, you’re probably going about it the wrong way. Millennials are quick to turn to Instagram for fitness inspiration, or “fitspo” as they like to hashtag, but a national omnibus survey of 1033 Australians conducted by …

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Match Report – AFC W’don 1 – 3 Walsall

Last Updated: 21/08/18 9:56pm Walsall continued their unbeaten start to the season as they defeated AFC Wimbledon 3-1, aided by a bizarre own goal from Will Nightingale. Dean Keates’ side went ahead after 15 minutes when Kieron Morris’ powerful shot beat Tom King in the Wimbledon goal – King might …

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Homegrown activewear | The West Australian

She’s played cricket and hockey for WA yet it wasn’t her sporting prowess but her ethics that led Holly Hyder to establish her own activewear label, BAM.U. “I was getting to the point where I wasn’t finding clothing that I felt was sustainable and ethical that I could wear to …

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Match Report – Colchester 6 – 0 Crewe

Last Updated: 21/08/18 9:54pm Colchester extended their unbeaten start to the season with a thumping 6-0 home victory over a shell-shocked Crewe. The U’s took a fourth-minute lead through Frankie Kent, who swept in from close range after Sammie Szmodics’ effort had been blocked following Brennan Dickenson’s free-kick. And it …

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Open, honest farming as consumer food interest grows

Three Farmers Quinoa part-owner Ashley Wiese has revealed consumers have called his office while standing in the supermarket to ask questions about the food’s origin. Mr Wiese said it was a perfect example of consumers taking more interest in food products. He addressed a crowd of more than 60 at …

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Council works staff move into multi-million dollar facility

City of Bunbury works and services staff have moved into an impressive new purpose-built depot in Picton. The multi-million dollar depot replaces Bunbury City Council’s 50-year-old Carey Park facility and combines the entire team under the one roof. The waste services team has been operating from a council-owned site in …

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Concert evaluate: Tristan und Isolde

CONCERT Tristan und Isolde West Australian Symphony Orchestra Perth Concert Hall REVIEW WILLIAM YEOMAN 5 I was not among those weeping in their seats. Neither was I among those who, having seen it the first night, immediately afterwards bought tickets for this Sunday performance. But I was there — and …

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