Mix of music, storytelling sends powerful message

Audiences gathered at the Museum of the Goldfields on Friday night to hear powerful music by touring Aboriginal R’n’B group B2M. The group, hailing from the Tiwi Islands 80km north of Darwin, are touring the country with their latest show Mamanta, meaning “friends”, and are spreading warnings of drug and …

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Trbojevic brothers to play Test together

Tuesday, 9 October 2018 2:54PM Camera IconTom Trbojevic (l) will join brother Jake in the Kangaroos team after beating a cheek injury. Facebook IconTwitter IconEmail IconLink Icon Tom and Jake Trbojevic will finally play together for the Kangaroos after Mal Meninga unveiled the Manly stars in his 17 for Saturday’s …

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Venomous snake spotted at popular Perth beach

It was a sight I would’ve expected to see out in the hills, not down on the sand at my local beach. A snake I filmed chowing down on its lunch, which consisted of a large serving of lizard, on the sand at North Cottesloe beach on Monday. My not-so-vast …

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Veteran caller looks back on career

Guests at the annual Kalgoorlie-Boulder Racing Club Sportsman’s Lunch were treated to an inspirational speech by broadcasting legend Greg Miles on Friday, who is the record holder for calling the most Melbourne Cups with 36 under his belt. Miles was the guest speaker at the luncheon, which was presented by …

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Record a ‘thrill’ for Pateman

The equation for star jockey Mitchell Pateman looked simple enough on paper, but the end result was more than a year in the making. With four winners at last Saturday’s Kalgoorlie Cup meeting, Pateman finished with 41 to break the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Racing Club’s record for wins in a season. Pateman, …

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Fernie savours second Cup success

Inject The Venom’s triumph in last Saturday’s $130,000 XXXX Gold Kalgoorlie Cup (2300m) ensured the good times rolled on for decorated local trainer Peter Fernie. It was Kalgoorlie Cup success No.2 for Fernie, who was successful four years ago when True Gold saluted. The result complemented an 11th successive Kalgoorlie …

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