Big event still going swimmingly

Planning is well under way for the 24th annual Busselton Jetty Swim, and event organisers are celebrating several categories selling out in record time. Despite the increase in places available, the team swims, solo entries and the new One Mile Swim sold out in 16 hours. The new leg will …

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Bush and ‘Burbs team of the year: Josh Bootsma, Rory O’Brien, Simon Duckworth, Kade Stewart, Aidan Parker and more

BACK Daniel Acres (Cervantes/Central Midlands Coastal) The younger brother of St Kilda midfielder Blake Acres enjoyed a consistent season in defence for the Central Midlands Coastal premiers Cervantes. Acres was given several tough assignments during the season, including negating former AFL forward Beau Maister the Tiger Sharks’ 25-point grand final …

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Numbat star attraction at Lions Park

Williams’ Lions Park was officially opened by Federal MP Rick Wilson last Friday, after $900,000 was spent on planning and redevelopment over the past four years. Planning for redevelopment began in 2014, while the Shire of Williams council approved the master plan of the park in late 2016 and $686,000 …

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Qarabag 0 – 3 Arsenal

By Jack Wilkinson Football journalist – @jacktwilkinson Last Updated: 04/10/18 7:59pm Emile Smith Rowe doubled Arsenal’s advantage with his first senior goal Three maiden goalscorers helped Arsenal maintain their 100 per cent start in the Europa League with a 3-0 victory over Qarabag in Azerbaijan on Thursday. Sokratis Papastathopoulos’ got …

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Assault witnesses sought | The West Australian

Dunsborough police are seeking information from anyone who saw an alleged assault out-side The Pourhouse on Saturday night. At 11.20pm, police arrived at the scene after it was alleged 15 men were fighting outside the bar on Dunn Bay Road. Senior Constable Kelly Player said when police arrived, several men …

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