Camp billed as chance for voices to be heard

A young Broome girl’s commitment to bring about change sprouted an opportunity of a lifetime to have her voice heard in Parliament this week. St Mary’s College Broome student Isaiah McKenna, 15, was one of 59 passionate youth chosen to take part in the YMCA WA Youth Parliament Camp, a …

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Fiat union red cards Ronaldo

Fiat factory workers in Italy can think of a few things they’d rather see their owner spend $US130 million ($176 million) on than Cristiano Ronaldo. A Fiat Chrysler Automobiles union in the south of the country has called for a strike to protest against the purchase of the superstar soccer …

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Safe space to call their own

A new project aimed at reducing juvenile offending is set to be launched after a local organisation secured more than $100,000 worth of funding. Broome PCYC will introduce the Safe Space program to provide a place for young people to unwind, take part in different activities and workshops and engage …

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Subbies left out of pocket

Three Broome companies working on a project in Chinatown stand to lose more than $100,000 after their Northern Territory head contractor went into liquidation. Darwin-based Mobile Electrics and Refrigeration was contracted by the Paspaley Group to carry out a major air-conditioning upgrade at the Coles supermarket, which is part of …

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SWAS put up a fight against best in Asia

Future hockey stars from the South West Academy of Sport got to test their skills against one of the strongest junior teams in Asia. The hockey team from Hong Kong Football Club travelled to Australia for a series of games and took on the two SWAS teams at the Bunbury …

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