Mineral Resources’ Chris Ellison and former Water Corporation boss Sue Murphy crowned WA’s best business leaders at AIM WA Pinnacle Awards

Mineral Resources boss Chris Ellison and recently retired Water Corporation chief executive Sue Murphy have taken out top honours in the Australian Institute of Management WA Pinnacle Awards. More than 450 people attended the glittering black-tie ceremony at The Westin hotel on Thursday night to acknowledge stand-out organisations across the …

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Peaks out to end Tigers golden era

More grand final history will be created between Railways and Manypeaks as the two modern-day foes square off for the third time in the past four Albany Cricket Association A-grade seasons, in Saturday’s decider at Turf North. After making ACA history last season with a fifth straight A-grade premiership, the …

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South Africa vs Sri Lanka – Highlights & Stats

Isuru Udana’s stunning late cameo with the bat came in vain for Sri Lanka as South Africa recorded a series-sealing 16-run win in the second T20I at Centurion. SCORECARD | COMMENTARY Udana (84no off 48 deliveries) came to the crease with Sri Lanka 62-6 chasing 181 and proceeded to smash …

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Possums’ habitat in poor health

Conservationists have taken aim at the WA Country Health Service’s handling of the Busselton Health Campus’ revegetation plan and are calling for the habitat behind the building to be restored. They say the efforts — guided by the Busselton Health Campus Revegetation Management Plan, released in August, 2013 — have …

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Telstra, Optus to install 26 new black spot towers in WA

A further 26 mobile communication black spots will be eliminated in WA, following a $14.6 million investment to improve coverage in regional areas as part of round four of the Federal Government’s Mobile Black Spot Program. Federal Regional Services Minister Bridget McKenzie announced the locations today, which include Arrowsmith East, …

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Cyclone Veronica creeping closer | The West Australian

Tropical Cyclone Veronica is slowly making her way to the Pilbara coast with a severe impact likely from later Saturday afternoon and on Sunday. The category 4 system is currently sitting 355 kilometres northwest of Port Hedland and 340 kilometres north of Karratha. The blue alert has been extended to …

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