Monthly Archives for December, 2018



Flu forces shut down

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NO-GO ZONE: Cowra's Bilyara Retirement Village has been forced into lockdown after a suspected outbreak of Influenza at the facility. Photo: COWRA GUARDIANCowra’s Bilyara Retirement Hostel has been forced into lockdown until further notice.
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Management at Bilyara were forced to lockdownthe facility on Thursday after a suspectedoutbreak of influenza.

The lockdown impacts82 residents at Bilyara, including 14 in the facility’s Continue reading the story "Flu forces shut down"

Port Fairy is streets ahead

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Sackville Street during the Port Fairy Folk Festival.RELATED: Port Fairy community tuned into big pictureRELATED: All in to live the good lifePORT Fairy is bucking the trend of declining shopfront occupancy in main street retail.
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In a bustling Port Fairy CBD, three shops are vacant.

With a permanent population of 2835, Port Fairy continues to punch above its weight at Continue reading the story "Port Fairy is streets ahead"

A vintage day out for auto club

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Judy Smith,Warren Brown,Anne Coulton, Barbara Livermore, Marcia Fancourt, Mavis Humphries, Avril Mills (back) Max Smith,David Kelvin,Bill Coulton, Arthur Broadley, Dick Fancourt, Ross Humphries,Brian Mills,Judy Payne, and on the table top of our hosts' Ford F100, Cliff Stockley, Brian and Liz Galloway, owners of "Indigal Hacienda Grande"Maybe global warming is a fact of lifeor spring has come early.
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Either Continue reading the story "A vintage day out for auto club"

Fencing money spend still awaited

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Agriculture Minister Leanne Donaldson pictured with Wild Dog Fence commissioner Vaughan Johnson and Longreach landholders Elisabeth and Peter Clark, inspecting their exclusion fence.As Agriculture Minister Leanne Donaldson inspected cluster fencing projects at Longreach on Wednesday and repeated her conviction thatfencing strategies will help revive the central west’s sheep industry, an announcement on the allocation of the $5m for more fencing announced by the Premier in Continue reading the story "Fencing money spend still awaited"

WA hits genetic jackpot

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Ross Adams, Peter Jackson, Michael Gough, Rony McDonald, Bruce Cameron and Tim Spicer with the Westerdale ram that sold for $25,000 during the Rabobank WA Sheep Expo and Sale at Katanning last week.GENETIC advancement by WA Merino breeders has been rewarded with major interest from local, interstate and international buyers.
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The 2016 Rabobank WA Sheep Expo and Sale held Continue reading the story "WA hits genetic jackpot"