Pottery class for novices | The West Australian

Len Harmalin knows pottery is not something that can be picked up easily but he is hoping his pottery classes will give people a taste of the art and an enjoyable experience. The local pottery expert has been crafting objects from clay for more than 30 years but said initially …

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September rainfall second-lowest | The West Australian

Albany Airport recorded its second lowest September rainfall on record, with only 44.4mm falling throughout the month. The total is only 1mm more than the lowest September rainfall tally, recorded in 1967 when just 43.3mm fell. The average monthly rainfall is double the 2018 tally, sitting at 88.5mm. The Bureau …

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Chinese millennials favour clear, green produce

China’s biggest food company says Australia’s ability to remain a top trade partner will rely heavily on whether it can sell a “clean, green image” to Gen Y consumers. COFCO International Australia chief executive Bruce Li said while demand for Australian produce was strong, China’s “millennial middle class” was trending …

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Sailing club ready for a new season

The Princess Royal Sailing Club will throw open its doors this Saturday, encouraging people of all ages and abilities to come and try their hand at the sport. With the start of the season fast approaching, the club will host dinghy training and laser coaching for those interested in learning …

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Fervor thrives among nature | The West Australian

Feasting on native Australian ingredients in a tranquil setting under the stars beside the Stirling Range is what makes Fervor unique. In Cranbrook next weekend, chef Paul Iskov and his team will serve a several-course long-table dinner in a roaming pop-up restaurant. Iskov said that people don’t see beef and …

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