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South Australian footballer Tai Martin-Page flown to Perth after mid-match spinal injury

Darwin Buffaloes’ Tai Martin-Page was taken to hospital with a suspected spinal injury.Picture: Supplied South Australian footballer Tai Martin-Page has been flown to Royal Perth Hospital after suffering a spinal injury mid-match in Darwin on Saturday. Martin-Page was involved in a collision that left him motionless on the TIO Stadium surface in the opening minutes of the Round 12 clash ...

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Dianella gem with added zest

Boasting several schools, shops, recreational facilities, community amenities and public transport options aplenty, Dianella is a popular area in Perth’s northern suburbs, and it’s easy to see why. Nestled among established gardens on an 818sqm fully landscaped and bore reticulated block on Greenside Street, this Dianella gem boasts an eye-catching architectural design worth talking about. Passmore Real Estate Principal and ...

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Opportunity knocks in pristine heritage home

Tucked away behind an aged wrought iron and rendered fence, this impeccable Federation home continues to shine just as did when the first brick was laid circa 1896. Named ‘Rockville’, the property sits adjacent to Fremantle’s main tourist attraction, Fremantle Prison, and mere footsteps from the town centre. Lovingly restored by the current homeowners over their 15-year tenure, the 658sqm ...

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A quintessential country home

Built by the current owners, this classic country homestead is being offered up for the first time. A couple of minutes drive from the centre of beautiful Bridgetown, the unique three by two, with the potential to be converted into four bedrooms, sits on a whopping 8.35-acre block with a paddock and twin spring-fed dams. The home sits proud on ...

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Beachside two-storey is as good as new

Designed and built by the current homeowner, 549 Burns Beach Road is a creative expression of Nikki Coulston’s love for home design. Incorporating several of her favourite design elements, there is one that stands head and shoulders above the rest, both literally and figuratively. An impressive staircase and surrounding light-filled void can be appreciated from many of the home’s rooms, ...

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Fire at SA abattoir still burning

Kathryn Bermingham Monday, 8 January 2018 2:43PM A fire at a large large meat processing facility east of Adelaide is still burning after four days. Foreign workers at a South Australian abattoir ravaged by fire are facing an uncertain future after their employment arrangements were cancelled by the company. The blaze, at the Thomas Foods International meat processing facility at ...

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Brisbane Heat batsman Chris Lynn ruled out of ODI series with calf injury

Australian selectors will face pressure to name Glenn Maxwell as a short-form replacement for Chris Lynn, with the Queensland batsman ruled out of the one-day tri-series with a calf injury. Lynn will miss at least three weeks of cricket with the minor calf strain, after being hurt fielding for the Brisbane Heat last week in the Big Bash League. Selectors ...

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Heritage home with unrivalled sea views

Built in the 1870s, the original features of this Fremantle home take you back in time and bring the 19th century to life. Steeped in history, the seaside manor has its origins as a dairy farm and was hand-chiselled by convicts. Blanketed in charm and intrigue, this grand Victorian stone and iron-built house commands breathtaking views of Carnac, Garden and ...

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Small town vibes abound

Enjoying excellent views of nearby Mount Bakewell, this home sits proudly on a double block over 2000sqm in size. Designed to make the most of its unique location, the home has been built with west and east wings that keep the master bedroom separate. From this position, the master takes full advantage of the views of Mount Bakewell that stretch ...

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Sea of black at Golden Globes

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