Author: Michael Holani

Residents near Plenty River demand environmental action

The newly-incorporated Upper Plenty Action Group has raised concerns that water from the Plenty River could be contaminated by

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Wotton Skate Park redevelopment

The construction of the new Wotton Skate Park has begun and will feature WA’s biggest half-pipe with additional roll-ins

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Feastival of football attracting football Royalty to Perth

Football powerhouses Manchester United, Leeds United, Aston Villa and Crystal Palace will host a two-night International Festival of Football

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Jaques Coffee reopens to strong demand

JAQUES Coffee at Mareeba has reopened its doors after a Covid-induced pause. General manager Jason Jaques said, “With Covid, the

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Prime Minister’s $50m handout to Nyrstar

The coalition government has committed $50m towards a $400m expansion of the Lutana zinc plant on Thursday where the

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NT space launch draws closer

NASA’s first-ever launch from the Equatorial Launch Australia (ELA) spaceport has hit the two-month mark, With the exact dates

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Milestone for one of the world’s largest Accommodation Conferences in Adelaide

media release   Australia’s hotels, motels and accommodations providers, the economic backbone of Australia’s Tourism Sector, have survived massive challenges throughout

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Territory Wildlife Park reopens after covid closure

The Territory Wildlife Park has reopened to the public after Covid-19 caused it to close in April when the

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China sees red over PM’s comment on the Solomon Islands

China has criticised Scott Morrisons' comments on a military base in the Solomon Islands deeming it would be a

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Brisbane CBD predicted to fill by 33% as restrictions ease

The Brisbane CBD is hoping to return to pre-pandemic occupancy levels in the coming week with hope the end

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