Stosur back for Australia’s Fed Cup semi

Samantha Stosur will return to the Fed Cup fray for Australia in their semi-final against Belarus in Brisbane. Stosur withdrew from consideration last year as she struggled for form and fitness but captain Alicia Molik has called on the grand slam champion as Australia chase their first title since 1974. …

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Australia rugby union star Israel Folau posts new homophobic message on social media | Rugby Union News

Last Updated: 10/04/19 11:41am Israel Folau could face action after posting ant-gay messages on social media Australia rugby union international Israel Folau, who is a devout Christian, has posted another anti-gay message on social media. The New South Wales Waratahs’ full-back posted a message on his Instagram account on Wednesday, that said “Warning. Drunks, …

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Bread tags enable mobility | The West Australian

Pipsqueaks Playschool Baldivis is encouraging children and their families to help the environment and people in need by collecting bread tags. Joining the Bread Tags for Wheelchairs project, the daycare centre is collecting plastic bread tags, which will be recycled into seedling trays, with the proceeds used to fund wheelchairs …

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Persistent Pirates hang tough to trounce Swans

Record crowds witnessed Port Hedland Baseball’s third final, with emotional highs and lows as Pirates claimed their second win of the three-game series over Swans 7-4. The game was hard fought on both sides with neither team willing to give in until the end. Scores were at a standstill until …

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Police dogs prove class act at Safety Bay school

Safety Bay Senior High School years 9 and 10 students were treated to a visit from two furry friends last week when the WA Police Canine Unit visited the school. Rockingham acting Sergeant Tom Briscoe and senior constable Brooke O’Keefe joined labrador police dogs four-year-old Henry, and seven-year-old Orchi at …

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