Hot under the collar about dress code

Hundreds of apprentices have been told not to bother turning up to their TAFE courses in the Pilbara and Kimberley unless they wear long trousers and long-sleeve shirts at the hottest time of the year. The North Regional TAFE executive management team has notified more than 2000 students they would …

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WA Senator Michaelia Cash to give evidence on raids

Senator Michaelia Cash will front the Federal Court to give evidence over police raids on two Australian Workers’ Union offices, but timing is an issue given the trial coincides with federal parliament’s only sitting week before the election. The AWU is taking action against the Registered Organisations Commission, challenging the …

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Burns, Head push Ashes claims in Canberra

It has taken six Tests but Joe Burns and Travis Head have become the first Australian batsmen this summer to stake their claims for Ashes berths, smashing the hosts to 4-384 against Sri Lanka on day one in Canberra. After Sri Lanka had Australia wobbling at 3-28, Burns and Head …

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Match Report – Preston 0 – 0 Derby

Report and highlights from Sky Bet Championship clash By Dan Long Last Updated: 01/02/19 10:34pm Preston held Derby to a goalless draw on Friday Derby survived a second-half onslaught from Preston to secure a goalless draw at Deepdale on Friday evening. Harry Wilson hit the woodwork twice as Frank Lampard’s …

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Bunbury leaders back tourism push

Bunbury’s leaders have weighed in on the tourism industry’s $130 million mayday call to the State Government, saying the city is well placed to attract visitors into the future. Tourism Council of WA chief executive officer Evan Hall this week claimed that businesses and jobs in the sector were “doomed” …

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Match Report – Hull K R 18 – 16 Hull

Last Updated: 01/02/19 10:25pm Hull KR needed a last-minute try from Jimmy Keinhorst to beat Hull FC A try six seconds from the end of a pulsating Hull derby by debutant centre Jimmy Keinhorst earned Hull KR a 18-16 victory over Hull FC in front of a stadium record crowd …

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Sacred South West sites in fire plans

Bunbury’s Department of Fire and Emergency Service office is paving the way for greater ties between bushfire mitigation and sacred indigenous sites. In the first position of its kind, the department has hired a South West Aboriginal bushfire mitigation assistant in 22-year-old Chris Narkle. Mr Narkle will work with the …

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