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Gem boasts cleverly segregated zones

A pearl is symbolic of something high in value, much like this four-bedroom, two-bathroom display from Aussie Living Homes. Sparkling with superb finishes like Essastone benchtops and 900mm stainless steel appliances, as well as oodles of space with 31-course ceilings and 28-course doors and windows to the main living areas and a private resort-inspired master suite, The Pearl is a ...

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GreenSmart Awards recognise environmental standouts

Western Australian homebuilder Right Homes has been recognised for its contribution to sustainable building practices, picking up two accolades at the recent HIA Australian GreenSmart Awards. The awards recognise the best in environmentally-responsible housing, with homebuilders making a positive difference to the environment by building sustainable, energy-efficient and comfortable homes. Right Homes won the HIA Australian GreenSmart Water Efficiency award ...

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Design and views prompt rave reviews

With an ever-changing view that one would never tire of, it is easy to see yourself relaxing poolside at this amazing Perth Hills property. What was once an overgrown three-tier garden landscape filled with a jungle of exotic palms, ferns and sharp cycads has been lovingly transformed into a luxury resort-style poolscape by Pools by Design. With a tough terrain ...

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Royals end Kangas’ reserves era

Royals’ Brayden Parker gets held up by North Albany’s Brodie Sumich. Picture: Laurie Benson Albany Advertiser Royals have ended North Albany’s dominance of the reserves competition with a convincing 39-point grand final win on Sunday afternoon at Centennial Stadium. The Kangas were eyeing off their fourth-straight flag, but could only manage two goals for the entire match as the Lions ...

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Bunbury photographer rewarded for stepping out

A Bunbury photographer who “took a chance” has been recognised at the biggest awards for professional print photography in Australia. Bianca Turri was a finalist in the pet/animal photographer of the year category at the Australian Professional Photography Awards last month. The awards were run by the Australian Institute of Professional Photography and were streamed live from Melbourne. Mrs Turri ...

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Daschcam crash turns disastrous for two drivers

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Ramelius Resources acquires Evolution Mining’s Edna May gold operation in $90m deal

Ramelius Resources will become a 200,000oz/year gold producer after agreeing to acquire Evolution Mining’s Edna May gold operation near Southern Cross in a $90 million deal. The consideration involves a $40 million up-front payment that Ramelius will fund from cash reserves, with the balance paid in the form of a royalty and a cash or scrip payment. Ramelius managing director ...

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Selling with the seasons a worthwhile consideration

A house is a huge investment and can pay dividends, especially if you purchase at the bottom of the market and manage to sell just as it peaks – though that can be an extremely difficult thing to predict. However, just knowing how the time of year affects the selling value of your property can have a huge impact, according ...

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Doors stay open for Diggers with deal on Kalgoorlie venue’s future

The future of the Diggers and Dealers Mining Forum has been shored up after the McGowan Government negotiated a deal to keep the doors open at the Goldfields Arts Centre — the only venue in the town big enough to accommodate the world-famous resources conference. Minister for Culture and the Arts David Templeman and Minister for Regional Development Alannah MacTiernan ...

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A secret in Como that’s too good to keep

Nestled among a leafy precinct surrounded by the picturesque Collier Park Golf Course, the Meath Care Como Retirement Village comprises a variety of one and two-bedroom villas among an established, comfortable and homely environment. A country-style complex situated in the middle of the desired inner-city suburb of Como, and boasting plenty of space and vibrant gardens to enjoy, it’s here ...

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