Plant-based treats a delight for city’s vegans

Vegans are enjoying delicious treats in Albany — and plenty of locals are discovering their passion for plant-based food. Albany woman Sarah Jefferis, who has been a vegan since 2017, has noticed more vegan food options cropping up at Albany restaurants. She has put together an Instagram page called Albany …

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Lalor leads 21 left in Racing Post Arkle | Racing News

Last Updated: 06/03/19 2:13pm Lalor impresses on his chasing debut at Cheltenham Ante-post favourite Lalor features among 21 confirmations still on course for the Racing Post Arkle on day one of the Cheltenham Festival. The Kayley Woollacott-trained seven-year-old will attempt to overturn his odds-on defeat in Sandown’s Grade One Henry …

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Fishing frenzy as runbegins along coast

An adrenaline-fuelled fishing frenzy is coming soon to a beach near you as schools of salmon start running along the Albany coast. The fish can weigh up to 10kg and brings thousands of recreational fishers to the coast. The salmon pass the Albany region on a seasonal run from the …

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Sam Kerr leads Matildas to Cup of Nations silverware

The Matildas have claimed the Cup of Nations with a 3-0 win against Argentina sparked, once again, by captain fantastic Sam Kerr. The Australian skipper rose bravely and superbly to give her side a lead after less than four minutes, ensuring a Matildas win was never in doubt on Wednesday …

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Paramedic faces inquiry over confrontation with HR workers

A paramedic is facing an internal investigation and has been labelled a liar after a workplace confrontation turned nasty. The paramedic is facing the internal investigation by New South Wales Ambulance after a magistrate labelled him a liar who gave highly unsatisfactory evidence. Paramedic Bradley Spinks is seen a video …

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