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Singing from the same song sheet

A CHOIR that preserves Noongar language and brings cultures tougher will sing loud and proud in a Fringe World Festival performance next month and the Forrestfield based songsters say new members are always welcome. In 2011, the Madjitil Moorna won ...

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Another day in the forrest

MUSICIANS from far and wide are converging in Glen Forrest for a day of live acts, barefoot bowls and food trucks as part of the people-powered festival Day in the Forrest. Glen Forrest Sporting Club venue manager Arusha Flood said ...

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Christmas in Elfenbrook

AT Christmas in Elfenbrook on Saturday, December 3  there will be market stalls, community group stalls (that will inform, promote and educate) rides, entertainment (majority being local community groups and local artists) displays, cooking demonstrations, cultural presentations and more. The Christmas Pageant ...

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An Ace movie experience

ACE Cinema’s is turning 10 in December and the decade milestone is being celebrated with a cinema experience upgrade to a new premium style cinema experience AMax. The upgrade to AMax includes reclining, wider seats, and more leg room. Patrons ...

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Dancers shimmy at WAMED festival

THE Western Australian Middle Eastern Dance festival was held in Midland for the first time ever this year. The annual event held during the long weekend in June is a time where bellydancers come from all over Australia to meet ...

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Band plays rock and reggae

PERTH Hills band Ras Banamungu & the Det-N-Ators play rock, reggae, blues and afro-rock (kinihall). Band member Steve Dean said vocalist, percussionist and musical therapist Ras Banamungu brought his unique musical style to Western Australia in 2013. Dean who plays ...

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Herne Hill author at writers festival

HERNE Hill resident Portland Jones was a member of the Hot Debut panel at the Perth Writers Festival on the weekend. Dr Jones joined fellow authors Laura Barnett and Aoife Clifford to talk to freelance journalist Bron Sibree about their ...

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