NSW coroner joins William Tyrrell search

A NSW coroner has joined police as they continue to search bushland on the mid north coast for signs of missing toddler William Tyrrell. Deputy State Coroner Harriet Grahame spent a few hours on Tuesday touring the street in Kendall where the then three-year-old disappeared in 2014, and the surrounding …

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Unobservable made visible in Ikeda exhibit

Japanese artist Ryoji Ikeda’s immersive installation “micro | macro,” which intersects art and quantum physics, has opened for a preview in Sydney. Ikeda, 51, is an electronic music composer and visual artist based in Paris, France, and Kyoto, Japan. The sound and light installations in the exhibition that opened on …

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Bright sparks CoRE to resources industry

The WA School of Mines WMC Conference Centre in Kalgoorlie-Boulder lit up on Friday night with a presentation from some of Perth’s brightest science students. Led by award-winning teacher and geoscientist Suzy Urbaniak, 19 Year 8 students from Kent Street Senior High School’s Centre of Resources Excellence presented to a …

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Kids learn to draw on resilience

Children across the Goldfields were given a lesson in drawing and self-confidence last week with cartoonist and motivational speaker Joffa in town. Jeff “Joffa” Taylor has been travelling the country for 20 years, using the power of drawing and art to teach Australian children about resilience, confidence and having a …

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Oisin Murphy hoping Lion can roar at Sandown | Racing News

Last Updated: 03/07/18 10:02am Roaring Lion (right) is away and clear in the Dante Oisin Murphy is keeping his fingers crossed Roaring Lion can provide him with a first Group One success in Britain in Saturday’s Coral-Eclipse. The leading rider has enjoyed top-level victories in France, Canada and Dubai in …

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Hawks account for Cougars | The West Australian

The Narrogin Hawks sit a game clear in fourth spot after easily defeating Kukerin/Dumbleyung on Saturday, 16.15 (111) to 5.9(39). The Hawks were never really challenged throughout the game, jumping to a 8.4 (52) to 1.0 (6) lead by quarter time. Chris Williams was prolific in the forward line, kicking …

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