Community garden plans to engage youngsters

Members of the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Community Garden have ushered in the winter with a shake-up of the garden’s layout to generate more space for entertainment. The work, which began in June, has involved cutting down several trees and the creation of three raised beds. The first bed, which is 20m long …

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Crowds flock to big annual race-day event

Punters and patrons revelled in the fun and frivolity of the Marble Bar Races on Saturday. The event is a highlight of the town’s annual social calendar and the 1500-strong crowd were in full agreement as they revelled in the clear blue skies, balmy breezes and lively atmosphere. The six-race …

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Latham the ‘king rat’ on another robocall

Mark Latham’s former Labor colleagues called him the “king rat” for doing an ad for One Nation but he’s now doing the same for another minor party. The former federal Labor leader on Monday released a One Nation ad smearing Opposition Leader Bill Shorten as a liar, sparking a furious …

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