Race to survive as baby turtles hatch

The beginning of the year is turtle time and the Ningaloo coast is presently full of nests and little hatchlings getting ready to make their dash for the deep blue. The laying season started in mid-November, and with an eight-week incubation period, the turtles started hatching in mid-January and will …

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Match Preview – Bristol R vs Shrewsbury

Last Updated: 08/02/19 10:58am Bristol Rovers should have Stuart Sinclair available to face Shrewsbury. The midfielder was struggling with a concussion last month and has not played since New Year’s Day. Rovers could be unchanged following their 2-1 win at Southend last week. Abu Ogogo made his debut at Roots …

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Youth setting high standard | The West Australian

Young people of the Pilbara contribute so much to the community and a handful of stand-out citizens have earned nominations in the2019 Seven News Young Achiever Awards. Hannah Mitchell and Navyaa Shukla, both from Karratha, have been nominated for the Royal Flying Doctor Service regional service award and the Catholic …

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Match Preview – Plymouth vs Portsmth

Last Updated: 08/02/19 11:02am Plymouth will be without Joel Grant as they look for their fifth win in sixth matches when they host Portsmouth at Home Park on Saturday. Boss Derek Adams confirmed Grant had thigh surgery on Wednesday, and could be set to miss the rest of the season. …

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Gothic belly dance explores Earth

Earth Mother Death Mother is the new performance by a group of gothic belly dancers at the Dunsborough Hall on Saturday, March 2, for LiveLighter Busselton Fringe festival. Fresh from a debut performance at Bunbury Fringe, the show investigates the complex and deadly relationship of humanity with our home, the …

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Match Preview – Oxford Utd vs S’land

Last Updated: 08/02/19 11:01am Jerome Sinclair could line up against former employers on Saturday as Oxford welcome League One promotion contenders Sunderland to the Kassam Stadium. The 22-year-old, who spent the first half of the season on loan at the Stadium of Light from parent club Watford, joined the U’s …

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Heart-felt cinema return | The West Australian

Arts Margaret River’s much-loved and sorely missed cinema returns next month. After almost a year’s hiatus due to redevelopment of the Cultural Centre, the volunteer-backed cinema will start screening films for the first time in the new multipurpose space on March 15. The Ocean Film Festival on March 11 and …

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Match Preview – Colchester vs Cheltenham

Last Updated: 08/02/19 11:05am Colchester could have forward Luke Norris back in contention for the Sky Bet League Two match against Cheltenham. Norris, who has scored eight goals this season, has returned to full training following an ankle problem which has sidelined him since early January. French attacker Mikael Mandron …

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Fresh ideas woo Chinese wine buffs

A communications expert said niche wineries should stock the Halliday “wine bible” translated to Mandarin and collaborate with neighbours to send samples overseas to break into the Chinese wine market. Speaking during a seminar on the Chinese wine market at Caves House, Yallingup, last week, Godolphin communications general manager Summer …

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Match Preview – Crawley vs Oldham

Last Updated: 08/02/19 11:05am Ibrahim Meite and Matty Willock are pushing for Crawley debuts in the Sky Bet League Two match with Oldham. Forward Meite rejoined the Red Devils on a free transfer from Cardiff on February 1, while Manchester United loanee Willock was an unused substitute in last week’s …

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