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Small business minister spruikes Sunday

DESPITE Premier Colin Barnett ruling out further extending Sunday trading laws in the short term Small Business Minister Joe Francis says he personally believes business should embrace the opportunities deregulation brings. Addressing a Swan Chamber of Commerce breakfast last week, ...

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Derrin’s meteoric ride to success

Herne Hill rider Jessica Derrin has her sights set on a podium finish at the Woman’s 250 Production Championships next month on Philip Island. HERNE Hill rider Jessica Derrin has her eyes on the final round of the Woman’s 250 ...

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Swans face Royals

Rory Lobb is heading to the 2013 AFL national draft combine later in the year. OUR 10.13 (73) to 7.13 (55) victory over the Falcons on the weekend has secured us a prized home final advantage, which was well and ...

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Open water aids fitness

FORMER Paralympic swimmer Kingsley Bugarin of Greenmount stays fit by swimming open water races. Bugarin has won a swag of medals including three gold, two silver and one bronze in 1996 and two gold and one silver in 2000. He ...

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Jerry Noske a rising star

APPRENTICE jockey Jerry Noske’s win on the Neville Parnham-trained Via Laurentina on Saturday at Belmont has pushed her into third spot in the Touchstone Farm Rising Star series. Noske, 17, of High Wycombe has 56 points after her upset win ...

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Dayle is a florist who cares

Since opening her shop six years ago Dayle O’Halloran has worked hard to make Mundaring Florists by Design your first choice for flowers. For most of Dayle’s working life her love of flowers took a back seat to working hard ...

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Kaye Fulwood loves to sell

Kaye Fulwood spent most of her 47 years in hospitality but her decision to step into real estate three-and-a-half years ago was the best move she ever made – and one she wished she had taken years ago. An interim ...

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Viva for hair

LINA Raftis began her hairdressing career when she was 16 with a clear goal to one day own her own hairdressing salon. Training during her apprenticeship began at the Taylor Weir International School of Hairdressing in West Perth. Lina’s four-year ...

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McGruddy and Camilleri snare doubles

SHAUN McGruddy and Lucas Camilleri shared riding honours at Northam on Thursday with a double each. McGruddy scored aboard Mustang Beau and Comanche Red while Camilleri booted home Secret Diva and Ejay’s Girl. Ejay’s Girl looks a nice type for ...

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Kimbo’s for fashion

FOSTERING key relationships, taking the opportunities that are presented along the way and following her intuition are all factors that have contributed to Kim Innes’s success. The owner of Kimbo’s Fashion in Midland says being a mother who lived in ...

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