Free dance classes and all that jazz

Dance Works Dunsborough will host a series of free dance classes on Wednesday. Co-principal Betty Huxtable said the classes aimed to give would-be dancers a taste of what Dunsborough Dance Works was all about. “We understand it can be a big commitment joining a new activity, so the pop-up is …

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Health stocks dive on first day of age-care inquiry

The opening of a year-long inquiry into the aged-care industry has triggered falls in the share prices of nursing-home operators as investors braced for tighter regulation and a possible sector shake-out. Aveo Group fell nearly 2 per cent, Japara Healthcare slumped nearly 3 per cent, and Regis Healthcare was almost …

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WATCH: Footballers’ 10-year challenge | Football News

Last Updated: 17/01/19 10:32pm 1:21 See how some footballers and managers have changed in the last 10 years See how some footballers and managers have changed in the last 10 years With the ’10-year challenge’ trending on social media, we have looked back at some of football’s most famous faces …

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NSW Premier: Australia’s identity evolving

Australia’s national identity is not fixed but one which is evolving and moving forward, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian says. Speaking at the Australia Day lunch in Sydney on Friday, she said the national day was a celebration of the country’s milestones. Historic moments including Federation, granting women the right to …

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Dog barrier fence extension waits on green appeals

The future of the mooted $11 million State Barrier Fence extension from Ravensthorpe to Esperance hinges on two appeals opposing the anticipated infrastructure on environmental grounds. The two appeals, one submitted by Wilderness Society WA, were lodged in response to an Environmental Protection Authority report on the proposed 660km development, …

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