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How parkrun is changing lives with its commitment to inclusion and diversity

Like many other mother-daughter duos, Kylee Davie and her daughter Veronika enjoy going for a run together. But they know their Saturday morning run doesn’t look like what many would

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20 Kalgoorlie miners strike it rich, sharing $53 million in another Goldfields Powerball jackpot

For the second time in a year, a lotto syndicate from the West Australian mining town of Kalgoorlie-Boulder has struck gold. Thursday’s $160 million Powerball jackpot had three division one

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Broome Shire restricts driving on famous WA Cable Beach in bid to save baby turtles

A section of Broome’s Cable Beach will be closed for two months during the wet season in a bid to save turtle hatchlings after a report finds nests run over

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Macleay Vocational College, Kempsey, helps teenage mothers complete year 12 and HSC exams

Neisha and Sharleen Dunn’s journey to completing year 12 and their HSC exams has been vastly different from most other teenagers around the country. The sisters, aged 18 and 17

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Police drone finds Rockingham woman lost for eight hours in remote scrub near Yalgoo

Sue Buckless started to worry when she found herself deep in the endless scrub of the plains around remote Yalgoo. But she knew she was in strife when she lost

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3D-printed homes, cabin accommodation plans forge ahead in Dubbo

Dubbo could soon be Australia’s 3D printed capital, with plans underway for a block of 3D-printed houses, public toilets, and a holiday park with 100 cabins. Plans for the holiday

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Renovated old car breaks down barriers, lifts spirits, raises money for worthy cause

A person who uses a wheelchair has completed the Shitbox Rally for the first time in the event’s 12-year history. Mel Harrison drove her hand-controlled wheelchair-adapted vehicle into Darwin after

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