Big sights in Tokyo — the must-do list

Let’s talk about the must-dos in Tokyo. This is my top 20 list… Big ticks The Imperial Palace: Emperors’ main residence, with scenic gardens. Tsukiji fish market: Early morning bustle, best with a tour. Tokyo Tower: A landmark like the Eiffel, with observation areas. Tokyo Skytree: Tall tower with observation …

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Zeuge vs Fielding: Rocky Fielding believes England’s World Cup run will inspire him to win in Germany | Boxing News

By Tim Hobbs Last Updated: 10/07/18 11:18am Rocky Fielding is confident England’s World Cup run will drive him on to become Britain’s latest world champion. The Merseysider challenges unbeaten WBA ‘World’ super-middleweight champion Tyron Zeuge in Offenburg, south eastern Germany, on Saturday night, live on Sky Sports. Live Fight Night …

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End cashless card trial: MP

Labor Senator for WA Sue Lines says the Federal Government must put an immediate end to the cashless debit card trial in the Goldfields, after hearing accounts of emotional, mental and financial turmoil from the card’s recipients at a public forum yesterday. A crowd of about 40 gathered at the …

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Women at centre of NAIDOC cultural celebrations

There was food, entertainment and culture on show as hundreds of Kalgoorlie-Boulder residents gathered in Centennial Park yesterday for the official opening of the city’s NAIDOC celebrations. The day marked the start of the week celebrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with this year’s theme — Because of her, …

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Community garden plans to engage youngsters

Members of the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Community Garden have ushered in the winter with a shake-up of the garden’s layout to generate more space for entertainment. The work, which began in June, has involved cutting down several trees and the creation of three raised beds. The first bed, which is 20m long …

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