Tennis great inspires new generation of players

Carly LadenBroome Advertiser Friday, 25 May 2018 11:31AM Camera IconTodd Woodbridge with ANZ Broome Branch manager Leslie Laurie and several teachers and students from Broome Primary School.Picture: Broome Primary School, Supplied Aspiring young tennis players got the chance to meet one of Australia’s tennis greats, Todd Woodbridge, who visited Broome …

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Coal Truth author set for festival

David Ritter, Greenpeace Australia Pacific chief executive and author of soon-to-be-released book The Coal Truth, will speak at the Margaret River Readers and Writers Festival next weekend. Before joining Greenpeace, Ritter was one of Australia’s leading Aboriginal rights lawyers and he is the author of Contesting Native Title and The …

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Tigers remain unbeaten | The West Australian

Derby Tigers clawed their way to another victory over the weekend to keep their undefeated streak alive in what has gone down as a huge wasted opportunity for Towns. Both sides were evenly matched in the first quarter at Father McMahon Oval on Saturday night, going goal-for-goal, with Derby up …

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Cowaramup and Yallingup surf triumph

Grommets from the region took on WA’s best junior surfers in Mandurah at the weekend, in the second round of the WA Junior Surfing Titles. Small but clean swells at Mandurah’s Pyramids Beach made way for a great display of small-wave surfing. Surfers from Cowaramup Bay Boardriders proved why they …

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Bulls win but poor accuracy is a concern

The Broome Bulls made a late charge to pick up an easy win against the Peninsula Bombers on Saturday night, but may spend some time practising in front of goal before this weekend’s clash. The reigning premiers did everything right in the first half at Father McMahon Oval — they …

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