Big crowd feasts on Spring Festival’s Spanish flavours

Unsettled weather did not deter people from flooding through the gates for the 2018 Lorna Mitchell Spring Festival yesterday. By 2pm, attendance had just clicked over 8000 people, who were treated to an eventful day of food, music, markets, games and more at Hammond Park. Families were treated to a …

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Wallabies unlikely to blood Test tourists

The Wallabies are unlikely to include any new faces in their squad to face New Zealand in their third Bledisloe Cup clash in Japan later this month or for their three-Test tour to Europe. Michael Cheika is set to unveil a squad of around 30 on Thursday, with the players …

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Muldejewangk to showcase Australia in Mexico

It seems judges made a good choice when they selected Abby Wegener as a winner of the Perth heat of an international cocktail-making competition last month — even though she was from Adelaide. Wegener was one of two bartenders who took out the regional heat of the global Patron Perfectionists …

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Residents in Thangoo, Barn Hill urged to evacuate

Residents at Thangoo Homestead, Barn Hill Station and Eco Beach are being urged to leave their homes as an out-of-control bushfire travels quickly in a westerly direction. A watch and act advice has been issued by the Department of Fire and Emergency Services as a bushfire heads west towards Great …

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Senate now votes no on ‘OK to be white’

Embarrassed government senators have been forced into a humiliating backdown after originally voting for a motion declaring “it’s OK to be white”. Liberal and National senators on Monday backed Pauline Hanson’s motion, which also declared “anti-white” racism was on the rise in Australia. Far-right groups have used those phrases to …

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