New college opens doors | The West Australian

Bunbury Baptist College opened yesterday, welcoming more than 250 students through its gates as thousands of others throughout the South West returned to school to kick off term one of 2019. For its first year, the school will operate and run classes from kindergarten to Year 7 and expand each …

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Statue area the focus of upgrades

Work has begun on a $700,000 revamp of Alison Hartman Gardens in the centre of town. Until May, the gardens will become a construction zone as upgrades turn the currently sparse grassed area into a multi-use community hub. Those upgrades include installing granite paving, engraved artworks, native plants, a performance …

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Six Nations: Round two talking points | Rugby Union News

Johnny Sexton reflects on where it went wrong for Ireland against England France, Ireland and Italy go in search of a first win in this year’s championship, so what are the main talking points? We take a look here… Will Ireland produce another slow start in Murrayfield? Joe Schmidt will …

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Facelift to bring town hall back to glory days

New function areas and a bar are envisioned for Albany’s Town Hall, part of upcoming renovations to bring the building “back to its former glory”. Now out for public comment, the proposed modifications are part of a project to rejuvenate the venue, after the 131-year-old building was used less than …

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Aussie Creek extends Brooklyn NBA deal

AAP Tuesday, 5 February 2019 8:50AM Camera IconAustralia’s Mitch Creek has been given further time to impress the Brooklyn Nets. Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail UsCopy the Link Australian Mitch Creek has suited up for the Brooklyn Nets mere hours after playing for their G-League affiliate side and earning another …

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