Possible snow on Stirling Ranges

There is a chance snow will fall on the Stirlings Ranges this Friday. If it snows, it will be the earliest it has ever snowed on the Stirlings. At current, the earliest it has snowed on the Stirlings was on April 20 in 1970. Bureau of Meteorology’s Neil Bennett said …

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ACCC takes ‘deceptive’ Bupa to court

The consumer watchdog is taking healthcare provider Bupa to court for allegedly making false and misleading claims about the services it provides at more than a quarter of its aged care facilities. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission said between December 2007 and June 2018, Bupa charged residents at 21 …

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Tourist allegedly clocked at 164km/h

Geraldton Guardian Tuesday, 16 April 2019 11:55AM Camera IconAn overseas tourist was allegedly clocked speeding 54km above the limitPicture: WA POLICE Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail UsCopy the Link Police allegedly clocked an overseas tourist travelling at 164km/h on North West Coastal Highway between Geraldton and Carnarvon this morning. The …

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Administrators appointed to MZI Resources

Administrators have been appointed to MZI Resources, the listed owner of the Keysbrook mineral sands mine south of Perth. However, the appointment does not apply to the mine, which was already on the market, or MZI’s subsidiaries. Joint administrator Rob Kirman, from insolvency firm McGrathNicol, said MZI’s secured lender “has …

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Apology over Melbourne train drama

Victoria’s public transport boss has apologised after thousands of Melbourne train passengers endured long queues and delays on Monday night. But Public Transport Victoria’s Jeroen Weimar says commuters won’t be compensated despite the “very difficult journey” for passengers on the Frankston, Dandenong and Sandringham lines. The peak hour pain came …

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