Unidentified sea creature washes up on beach in Wales

A MYSTERIOUS “crocodile-like” creature found washed up on a Welsh beach has left experts baffled. According to The Sun, the 1.52 metre long carcass found on Rhossili Beach, Swansea has a long head, giant jawline and slender tail. Beth Jannetta, 41, who discovered the monster while walking her dogs, sent …

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Artist to jazz up bayside festival

Jazz performer Jessie Gordon will be returning to the region to delight audiences with her soulful sound and swing and blues tunes next weekend. As part of the Jazz by the Bay festival, which kicks off across the Capes region next Friday, Gordon will be performing in several shows and …

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Sunset social at estate | The West Australian

The Dunsborough and Yallingup Chamber of Commerce and Industry held its May sundowner on Tuesday, May 16, welcoming numerous new members and enjoying a variety of food and wine offered at Clairault Estate. The chamber’s next event will be a brunch at Amelia Park on Thursday, May 31. PICTURES: Camera …

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Wilson stands down, Vicar takes charge

The Catholic Church in Adelaide has pledged to continue to prioritise the safety of children and listen to survivors of abuse, following the conviction of Archbishop Philip Wilson for covering up child sex crimes during the 1970s. With Wilson stepping aside from his duties on Friday, the church named Vicar …

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Nick Daws takes charge at Scunthorpe | Football News

Last Updated: 25/05/18 2:05pm Nicks Daws has enjoyed a successful caretaker spell at Scunthorpe Scunthorpe have named Nick Daws as their permanent manager following a successful interim spell in charge. He was working in tandem with Andy Dawson, who will continue in his new post of assistant manager. Having taken …

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Town to get its first retirement village

Work on Dunsborough’s first retirement village has begun and, once complete, it will offer independent living homes and facilities for retirees looking to downsize. Work at Toby’s Inlet Estate on Commonage Road began recently, with the first 34 housing sites to be constructed soon. Toby’s Inlet Estate managing director Gordon …

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Region’s need defies decline in utility aid

The State Government’s tightening of a scheme in which struggling households get help to pay utility bills has led to a dramatic drop in the number of applications, but financial aid organisations and charities say the figures are misleading because many in the South West region continue to struggle. New …

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