Festival to serve up celebrity chef demos

With the weather warming up it means one thing, Kalgoorlie-Boulder’s Lorna Mitchell Spring Festival is quickly approaching. Held annually at Hammond Park, the event is a huge day of interactive stalls, face painting, jumping castles, food vans, and much more, with something to entertain people of all ages. With more …

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Pilbara “on the right path” for economic growth

WA’s top economist has described the economic outlook for the Pilbara as “increasingly optimistic and on the right path to growth”, but says rather than another boom the rise is predicted to be moderate and sustained in the coming years. At a business breakfast in Karratha last week, Chamber of …

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School funding talks progress: Morrison

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says a school funding deal could be secured within weeks, despite scrapping a planned meeting with state and territory leaders next month. The prime minister will chair the Council of Australian Governments meeting on December 12, rather than as scheduled on October 4. School funding was …

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Sergio Perez’s Singapore GP battles may prove costly

Sky F1’s Mark Hughes examines the Force India driver’s battles in the Singapore GP and explains why they could spell trouble… Last Updated: 19/09/18 10:07am Sergio Perez made something of a splash in Singapore, but not in a good way. After a collision that put Force India team-mate Esteban Ocon …

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Homebuyers in limbo | The West Australian

Four first-homebuyers’ dreams have become more like nightmares with construction of their homes stalled due to a zoning technicality. Harvey Shire Council will tonight vote to amend the zoning of the properties, which are located in Treendale. The issue is over Ventura Homes’ timber frame Brownstone home, a two-storey construction …

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