Art lovers on safari explore Tree Streets

More than 20 venues and studios will open their doors to the public for the annual Tree Street Art Safari this Saturday. Emerging Bunbury artist Dylan Neitrzeba is taking part for his second consecutive year. “It was my first year last year and I know Andrew Fraser quite well – …

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Community Fair opens gates for 64th time

Despite a rocky start, the 64th annual Kalgoorlie-Boulder Community Fair will open its gates to the community this morning. The two-day fair has plenty to offer the community this year, thanks to overwhelming support from local individuals and businesses to keep it on the calendar. Among the long list of …

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Group aims for quality of life amid expectancy gap

A Goldfields Aboriginal health care service hosted a barbecue lunch yesterday to raise awareness of National Close the Gap Day, addressing the significant gap in life expectancy which still exists between indigenous and non-indigenous Australians. Bega Garnbirringu Health Service provides health and wellbeing services to thousands of people across the …

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School Harmony Day turns to respect and last respects

Students at O’Connor Primary School were taught about respect for other cultures while paying their respects to those who lost their lives during the Christchurch mosque shootings on March 15. The students participated in a range of activities yesterday for Harmony Day, including lowering the school’s flag to half-mast to …

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Premier League Darts: How it unfolded in Berlin | Darts News

By Josh Gorton Last Updated: 21/03/19 11:42pm Raymond van Barneveld kept his survival hopes alive in Berlin The Premier League roadshow rolled into Berlin on Thursday night and there were plenty of thrills and spills, as Raymond van Barneveld claimed his first win of the season to keep his survival …

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Voice singer channels Aretha at arts hub

New Zealand-born Paula Parore will perform a captivating tribute to songstress Aretha Franklin in Kalgoorlie-Boulder next month, but the singer’s professional career has not always hinged on the performing arts. A self-confessed sports fanatic, Parore was a keen touch rugby and netball player before she moved with her family to …

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Golden troupe to perform | The West Australian

Some of Kalgoorlie-Boulder’s newest belly dancers will have the opportunity to perform in front of friends and family for the first time at the Veils of Gold showcase next month. The show features never-before-seen routines by group members of all ages, with community members encouraged to attend to show their …

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