City boss eyes sale of assets

The privatisation of Goldfields Oasis Recreation Centre and Kalgoorlie Golf Course are “on the table” as part of a radical plan to transform Kalgoorlie-Boulder’s tourism prospects. City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder chief executive John Walker yesterday told the Kalgoorlie Miner there might come a point in the process of “dramatic change” where …

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Four women charged after Vic protests

Wednesday, 11 July 2018 2:46PM Camera IconA group of protesters occupied Melbourne’s Customs House lobby over Australia’s refugee policy. Facebook IconTwitter IconEmail IconLink Icon Four women have been charged with wilful trespass in Melbourne after refusing to move from the Department of Homes Affairs office during a protest against the …

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Murdoch’s Fox agrees on bid for UK’s Sky

Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox says it had agreed to a deal to buy Britain’s Sky with an offer valuing the pay-TV group at $US32.5 billion, trumping rival bidder Comcast. Fox, which is expecting to get regulatory approval from Britain this week after striking an initial deal with Sky in …

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Alpha faces six in Falmouth | Racing News

Last Updated: 11/07/18 11:23am Alpha Centauri wins the Coronation Stakes under Colm O’Donoghue Alpha Centauri will face just six rivals in Friday’s Tattersalls Falmouth Stakes at Newmarket. Jessica Harrington’s filly was the most impressive winner during the whole of Royal Ascot when tearing apart a classy field in the Coronation …

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Top things to do this week

Science and movie fun top our list of great things to do this week. 1. Science show Supersonice Science is running an explosive school holiday science show at Bunbury PCYC on Friday. Featuring coloured fire, liquid nitrogen, foam explosions, rocketry, physics and more. Things explode into action from 10.30am, with …

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