Town prepares for ride of its life

An exciting night of thrills, spills and country entertainment awaits as Broome Rodeo gets set for its 2018 return. The Broome Rodeo Club has announced its annual event will be taking place on Friday, August 17, the eve of this year’s Broome Cup, at the Broome Rodeo Grounds. Club president …

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Reynolds returns home with an eye on Tokyo

Despite being on the international stage for almost a decade, Bunbury BMX star Lauren Reynolds believes her best is yet to come. The 27-year-old has already competed in a host of world championships as well as the past two Olympic Games, but after a fantastic win on the US circuit …

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Women focus of NAIDOC gongs

The 2018 Kullarri NAIDOC Awards certainly kept in theme with the message of “Because Of Her, We Can” when women dominated the winners’ list. Indigenous and non-indigenous community members came together at the 2018 Kullarri NAIDOC Awards at the Broome Civic Centre on Saturday, June 30. University of Notre Dame …

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Showcase of expertise, rich culture

A renowned indigenous artist has dreams of showcasing the Saltwater Country and its artists in her new art gallery location. June “Moonie” Djiagween has moved Moonie’s Art Studio and Gallery from Napier Terrace to Carnarvon Street, in the heart of Chinatown, and celebrated its reopening on Friday, June 22. Djiagween …

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Striking and beautiful | The West Australian

More than 150 striking images from around the Kimberley were revealed at the exhibition opening of the Kimberley Photographic Award on Saturday, June 23. Hosted by the Shire of Derby/West Kimberley, the seventh annual photographic award was officially opened by Shire president Geoff Haerewa at the Derby Civic Centre. More …

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