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Real life Cinderella story

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Victoria's anti-vax crackdown

[unable to retrieve full-text content]Victoria is set to tighten its no jab, no play laws with new legislation Click here to Read from the source

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Opinion: Why do we feel inclined to age gracefully?

It’s not often I’m prompted to deep thought because of my dog. Usually, he’s too busy licking his nether regions or skiving off to provide much in the way of inspiration. This past week, however, it happened. He met a puppy in the street and not just any puppy, but a border collie pup. All fat, fluffy and panda-like, adored ...

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Direct flights between Perth and Shanghai set for trial in October with China Eastern Airlines

WA Premier China tour – Premier Mark McGowan with China Eastern chairman Liu Shaoyong in ShanghaiPicture: Gary Adshead A trial of direct flights between Perth and Shanghai could start in October next year after Premier Mark McGowan received a commitment from the chairman of China’s second biggest airline at a meeting in Shanghai yesterday. China Eastern Airlines, which already flies ...

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Opinion: Labor and anti-privatisation McGowan Government are saying one thing and doing another

In a classic piece of political sleight-of-hand, the anti-privatisation McGowan Government has not only privatised parts of a publicly owned power utility’s assets, but has put them in foreign hands. Labor boasts it won government on the back of its promise to stop the sale of any of Western Power to Australian investors, but last week it sold off part ...

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Same-sex marriage survey results announced today

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'Yes' camp quietly confident -Thorpe

Ian Thorpe is quietly confident the same-sex marriage survey will deliver a majority ‘yes” vote. Olympian Ian Thorpe is quietly confident the same-sex marriage survey will deliver a majority ‘yes” vote. “Personally, I want to see this,” he said at a Marriage Equality event in Sydney ahead of the 10am announcement of the result. “We are cautiously optimistic at this ...

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Gun rampage at American primary school

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Rancho California school shooting: Five dead after ‘random’, drive-by attacks

Authorities say five people have been killed and 10 injured in shootings at multiple locations in rural Northern California, and the shooter has been killed by police. Students also were shot and wounded at a regional primary school, although police say no children are among the dead from what appeared to be ’random’, drive-by attacks. Details were still sketchy hours ...

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Men of Song support Movember

Bunbury Men of Song member Murray Cook and president Keith Howe are ditching the razor for Movember.Picture: Jon Gellweiler / South Western Times The Bunbury Men of Song will sport hairy upper lips this month to raise money and awareness for men’s health. Choir president and retired doctor Keith Howe said the Movember campaign would help him to raise money ...

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