ANZ hires Ken Adams as its top lawyer

ANZ has appointed Ken Adams as its top lawyer to replace the retiring Bob Santamaria. Mr Adams, who has been a senior partner at Herbert Smith Freehills since 1998, has already advised ANZ on major legal matters including last year’s financial services royal commission. He will join ANZ in August …

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WOW Day to turn Bunbury orange in SES tribute

Bunbury will turn orange tomorrow when WOW Day again celebrates and recognises the city’s State Emergency Service volunteers. The community is encouraged to dress in orange to raise awareness of the hard work and dedication of SES members. The Koombana Bay footbridge will light up in orange as part of …

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Prisoners face charges over jail riot

Six prisoners have been charged with causing damage during a riot at Albany Regional Prison last year which took two hours to contain. The six prisoners, who have since been transferred to another facility, were charged after allegedly damaging lights, windows and a security grille on September 19. One prisoner …

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Obal resigns as Tigers coach

David Obal has resigned as league coach of the South Bunbury Football Club. Tigers club president John Castrilli told the South Western Times that assistant coach Mal Dreja would oversee coaching duties this Sunday against Busselton at Sir Stewart Bovell Park – with the club exploring its options early next …

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Niki Lauda, 1949-2019: The legend and the legacy

Paying tribute to Niki Lauda, who has sadly passed away aged 70 Niki Lauda is a true legend of Formula 1. A winner of three world championships, with the sport’s two most iconic teams, before returning to the paddock as a trusted advisor to another leading light, Lauda was respected, …

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