MP would back City of Albany on direct flights

Albany MP Peter Watson said he would support any future moves from the City of Albany to pursue the idea of direct flights to Albany from Eastern States capitals. A direct route between Busselton and Melbourne was announced last Friday, with Jetstar Group chief executive Gareth Evans predicting it would …

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Gutherson hat-trick, PM’s XIII beat Fiji

Clint Gutherson has scored a hat-trick and Payne Haas has been at his powerful best in his first senior outing in green and gold, with the Prime Minister’s XIII flogging Fiji 52-10 in their rugby league international in Suva. Playing against a Fiji residents side, lacking their NRL stars, the …

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Danielle Bregoli Gets Mother’s Name Tattooed on Neck

Play video content @LionsShareNews Danielle Bregoli‘s strained relationship with her mother is arguably what made her famous — or infamous — but she’s turning over a new leaf by tatting Mom’s name on her neck!!! Bhad Bhabie was strolling through LAX Friday afternoon when a pap caught a glimpse of …

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Stress Can Make You Sick. Take Steps to Reduce It.

“They’d be motivated for one or two weeks, but it turned out that their sugar or alcohol consumption was their way of coping with all the stress in their lives,” Dr. Chatterjee said. “Unless we tackled the stress, they were always going to revert back to what they were doing.” …

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The Photographer Who Found His Power in Shades of Gray

One of the best exhibitions of the season is devoted to the work of the great postwar photographer Roy DeCarava. Split between the uptown and downtown galleries of David Zwirner, it was organized on the centennial of the artist’s birth by his widow, Sherry Turner DeCarava, an art historian. At …

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