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Bike thefts spur call to lock ’em up

Albany Police are encouraging locals to lock up their bikes after a spate of bike theft in the past two months. From August to October, Albany police recorded 17 bicycle stealing offences across Albany, particularly in the CBD. Sergeant Cameron Clifford said out of the 17 bikes stolen, 90 percent were the result of owners leaving their bikes unlocked. “Most ...

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Growing need for food aid

For the 700 or so people who enter Foodbank Geraldton every week looking for emergency food relief, giving a little can go a long way to feeding locals with irregular incomes. With demand for the charitable food service growing in WA, Geraldton location manager Jamie O’Brien said there was a need for relief across a variety of demographics. “There is ...

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Virgin plane makes emergency landing after bird strike

The Virgin flight hit an eagle after take-off. A Virgin flight has been forced to make an emergency landing in Melbourne after the plane’s landing gear hit an eagle carrying a rabbit. Flight VA319, which was bound for Brisbane, had just taken off from Tullamarine when it hit the large bird causing the eagle to be pulled into one of ...

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One-on-one with Boy George

[unable to retrieve full-text content]Culture Club led by Boy George are set to tour Australia next month Click here to Read from the source

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Sunscreen myths busted

[unable to retrieve full-text content]How much should you actually be using? Click here to Read from the source

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First look at Margot Robbie's new movie

[unable to retrieve full-text content]The actress stars as Tonya Harding in the movie ‘I, Tonya’ Click here to Read from the source

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Gene Simmons coming Down Under

[unable to retrieve full-text content]The KISS legend will bring his classic hits to Australia in February Click here to Read from the source

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Vic premier 'proud' of assisted dying laws

A “proud” Premier Daniel Andrews says terminally ill Victorians are closer to getting the dignity they deserve after voluntary assisted dying laws passed the lower house. After an all-night session in parliament discussing 141 amendments, the Labor government’s voluntary euthanasia bill passed 47-37 on Friday morning and will now go to the upper house for further scrutiny. The proposed laws ...

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Public help sought on burglaries

Geraldton police are seeking the public’s assistance with identifying several juveniles believed to have been involved in a burglary and stealing incident from Revolution Bike Shop, Geraldton. The incident happened about 6pm on Sunday, October 15. If you know the whereabouts of the stolen bikes, phone Geraldton police on 9923 4555 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. Stolen Giant ...

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