Screaming into the future | The West Australian

Eleven years ago, electronics engineer and motorsport nut Michael Fragomeni set out to build an insanely fast electric car; little did he know the end result could have a wide-reaching impact on local jobs and industries across the globe. The initial goal was simple: develop a new electric power system …

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Coronavirus disaster: Frankston massage parlour cops $10,000 fine for breaching COVID-19 restrictions

An adult massage parlour in Melbourne’s southeast has been fined almost $10,000 for breaching rules designed to slow the spread of coronavirus. Officers from Victoria Police’s sex industry coordination unit visited the Frankston massage parlour on Tuesday and “observed non-essential services being undertaken”. They fined the business owner $9913, while …

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Simon Stead new CBH chairman

Cascade farmer Simon Stead is the new chairman of the CBH board, replacing Newdegate farmer Wally Newman, who stepped down from the board today. Kondinin farmer Natalie Browning is the new deputy chair, taking on Mr Stead’s former role. Mr Newman had held the chairman’s role since 2014, and Mr …

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Bunbury closed churches stream services

Easter egg hunts and worship services will be put on hold this year as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to run rampant across the world. Celebrating the belief that Christ resurrected from the dead, Easter is one of the most important holidays in the Christian and Orthodox religions. Easter week at …

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Truck fire closes Hayes Road

A mechanical fault caused a truck to catch fire this morning in Quindalup forcing the closure of Hayes road. The truck was engulfed in fire with the driver luckily escaping uninjured before his vehicle was destroyed. Around 8.32am the Department of Fire and Emergency services received a call with appliances …

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