Sewage seepage at Broome’s Roebuck Bay poses wildlife risk

Seepage from a sewage plant 200m from Broome’s Roebuck Bay shore is threatening one of our most beautiful and fauna-rich natural wonders. WA’s environmental regulator has warned the Water Corporation facility poses “extreme” and “unacceptable” risks to the bay, described as the most important shorebird site in the country. It …

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CWC win adds gloss to Solari’s Real start

Real Madrid boss Santiago Solari has described their historic Club World Cup win as having provided “the finishing touch to a wonderful start” to his tenure. Real claimed the trophy for the third successive year with a 4-1 victory over United Arab Emirates champions Al Ain. It was a record …

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Tsunami hits Indonesia after Krakatoa volcano erupts

A tsunami thought to be triggered by volcanic eruptions has hit beaches in Indonesia, killing at least 43 people and injuring hundreds more. Indonesia news websites described people running in fear from 5 metre waves after the tsunami hit at 9:30 on Saturday night. Beaches in the Pandenglang District, South …

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Newcomer wins Karratha Golf Club’s inaugural Summer Cup

Karratha Golf Club topped off a fun-filled year of Sunday scroungers with the final round of the inaugural Summer Cup 2018, combining a nine-hole shoot out, double novelties prizes, and a secret Santa to boot. Another record number turned out to play in horrific conditions, with high winds impeding play. …

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UK couple arrested over drone chaos at Gatwick Airport

London’s Gatwick Airport was plagued by long lines and flight delays after two people were arrested in connection with the drone invasion that had shut down the country’s second-busiest airport. The first pictures of the middle-aged couple arrested over the Gatwick drone chaos that potentially ruined Christmas for thousands of …

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