Oilers too slick for Sky

The Dunsborough Oilers took another step towards cementing second spot on the Bunbury Basketball Association’s A-Women table following its convincing 92-48 victory over Aces Sky on Tuesday night. Entering the match on a four-game winning streak, the visitors were engaged in an arm-wrestle early as bottom-placed Sky refused to give …

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American drivers all keen to secure victory

The Make Smoking History Bunbury Speedway might be a long way from Arkansas in the USA, however Billy Moyer’s desire for victory remains the same. Moyer, who will join fellow Americans Tyler Erb, Joe Godsey and Jeff Roth as part of tonight’s (Saturday) showpiece USA v WA Invasion Tour grand …

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Legal challenge to Barrier Reef shark cull

Queensland’s Great Barrier Reef shark culling program is to be challenged in court by the Humane Society. Humane Society International will push for the removal of 173 lethal drumlines installed in the world heritage-listed marine park at the Administrative Appeals Tribunal. The society will argue the decision is in conflict …

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Stalwart hailed as a legend

Respected WA cricket country week stalwart David Hutchison will receive an illustrious honour next Friday when he will be officially recognised as a “legend” of the carnival. Hutchison, who will be inducted alongside current WA Country Cricket board chairman Rob Marshall and Shane Tobin, has competed in 32 consecutive country …

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Facebook skips Australia for political ad trial

Australia has been left off a list of nations that will be subject to stricter Facebook and Instagram ad rules for politicians and parties ahead of elections in 2019. Facebook, in response to Russian interference into the 2016 US election, has been introducing new ways to verify who has paid …

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