No fuss, more action | The West Australian

If you’re looking to get amongst the buzz and excitement of Midland while securing a lock-up-and-leave lifestyle, prepare to be blown away. Two low-maintenance apartments remain in a superb complex of 10, offering the opportunity to be part of a tight-knit community close to local schools, plenty of shops and …

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Musos of WASO: Louise McKay

WASO Associate Principal Cello Louise McKay joined WASO in 2011. Louise McKay was born in Perth, Australia starting her musical studies at age 3 on the piano. After picking up the cello at 7, she continued studying with WASO’s Principal Cellist, Rod McGrath, until she moved to Melbourne to study …

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The Wash Up Round 10

Nick Rynne and Craig O’Donoghue on the state of Fremantle’s rebuild, who should be the Rising Star favourite and why the Vics are finally taking West Coast seriously.

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Wealth of career opportunities await in-demand graduates

Almost all of the 30 WA School of Mines students who graduated from the Kalgoorlie university campus in a ceremony at the WMC Conference Centre on Friday night have waltzed into jobs in the resources industry, signalling the rising demand for skilled workers in the recovering sector. Students were honoured …

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Council looks at policy on financial hardship

The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder council will vote tonight on whether to authorise the development of a financial hardship policy for debtors who are in genuine financial distress. The council agenda says the policy should cover any ratepayer suffering financial hardship after a serious illness, accident or disaster. “The policy would …

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Fond memories of Leonora track

Spending an afternoon in the paddock with two cans of beer and his horses is how renowned Leonora identity Neil Biggs likes to unwind. Biggs, affectionately known as Jiggy, is the iconic WA mining town’s only butcher and boasts a 43-year reign as the Leonora Racing Club president, all while …

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