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WA Labor candidate insists she's no liar

WA Labor’s Darling Range by-election candidate has downplayed suggestions she wrongly claimed to have completed an MBA. Hours after the party announced it had preselected Regional Development Australia chief executive Colleen Yates on Tuesday, it emerged she had only finished the prerequisite course, a Graduate Certificate in Business. “As most postgraduates understand who are also working, it’s very difficult to ...

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Power up

Everyone uses electricity. Think of the lights in your house or classroom. Your TV and iPad. Air-conditioners for heating and cooling, ovens for cooking and fridges to keep food fresh. Many things we rely on in the community use electricity, from hospitals and shopping centres to trains, petrol stations and cinemas. Some people need electricity to run essential medical equipment, ...

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Labor’s Darling Range candidate Colleen Yates rejects dishonesty claims

WA Labor’s Darling Range by-election candidate has downplayed suggestions she wrongly claimed to have completed an MBA. Hours after the party announced it had preselected Regional Development Australia chief executive Colleen Yates on Tuesday, it emerged she had only finished the prerequisite course, a Graduate Certificate in Business. “As most postgraduates understand who are also working, it’s very difficult to ...

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Shed oil fire toll $20,000

A Bayonet Head shed fire that caused an estimated $20,000 in damage this week could have been much worse if not for the quick work of Albany firefighters. About 2.40pm on Tuesday, firefighters attended a home on Elisabeth Street after property owner Laurie Mirco called triple-0 requiring urgent assistance. Mr Mirco had been burning plant off-cuts on his property, which ...

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Ontario man amazed to film shrieking lynxes at close range

Caught in a tense stand-off in Canada two ‘typically skittish’ lynxes were caught on camera wailing and headbutting each other this week. The truly terrifying noises, that wouldn’t be amiss in a horror film, were captured by an Ontario couple heading on a fishing trip Nicole Lewis pulled out her phone when she spotted the pair while driving near Avery ...

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Australian airlines Tigerair, Jetstar offer cheapest fares in the world by Rome2rio travel company

Australia’s airlines have been ranked as offering the cheapest fares in the world on a per kilometre basis. Rome2rio, a Melbourne based global travel search company that scans 750,000 routes for air, rail, coach and ferry service from 4800 operators found that Tigerair ranked the world cheapest closely followed by Jetstar. The average fare charged by Tigerair was just US$0.06/km ...

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Rockets go past Warriors to even series

Eric Gordon’s first three-pointer gave Houston an insurmountable lead late in the game as the Rockets held on to defeat the Golden State Warriors 95-92 to even the NBA’s Western Conference finals at two games apiece. James Harden had 30 points and Chris Paul 27 for the Rockets, who regained home-court advantage in the best-of-seven series that returns to Houston ...

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Grant to help with SW wildlife recovery

Maroo Wildlife Refuge will be able to provide more dedicated service to animals in need thanks to a LotteryWest grant of almost $14,000. The refuge received $13,916 on Friday from South West MLC Adele Farina. Owners Glen and Jo Burston will use the funding for a sterile, enclosed wildlife recovery room. “It’s a purpose-built recovery room to look after critically ...

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Nutella food truck visits WA for first time

Nutella has hit the road for a travel adventure that gives Aussies a taste of the great Australian bite. A specially designed food truck is spreading the joy across the country and will be in WA for the first time next week. The Nutella Road Trip, which is now in its third year, is tackling its longest journey of more ...

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WAFL Retro – 1986 highlights

[unable to retrieve full-text content]We go back to check out the highlights of the 1986 season. Click here to Read from the source

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