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Petrol Power to tackle Belgravia Stakes

Hel Cool and Jason Brown take on Confianza and Daniel Staeck at Belmont. Picture: DAMIEN WYER PROMISING three-year-old Petrol Power has taken another step forward winning a 1000m trial at Belmont on Tuesday. The Jim Taylor-trained gelding is due to ...

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Storer junior road champ

Cycling Australia’s U17 men’s 14km road time trial champion Michael Storer from Midland Cycle Club. MICHAEL Storer� from Midland Cycling Club is the U17 men’s 14km individual road time trial champion after competing in the 2013 Cycling Australia U15 and ...

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Noske back at Belmont

After a 16-day suspension, which destroyed her Touchstone Farm Rising Star hopes, apprentice jockey Jerry Noske of High Wycombe is back at Belmont racetrack on Wednesday. Picture: DAMIEN WYER APPRENTICE� jockey Jerry Noske of High Wycombe expects to be back ...

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Anne brings a wealth of experience

SHE might be softly spoken but settlement agent Anne Lynch has been quietly and methodically dealing with contracts and legislation for decades, with a determination that has contributed to significant changes in the industry. These include helping to bring about ...

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Rollercoaster ride

At the hands of a powerful East Perth line up on Sunday, the season ended in the first semi final. On a big stage with 7000 supporters cheering us on� we produced one of our best efforts for the year ...

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Cyclists vie for spot in Italian comp

FOUR Western Australian Institute of Sport cyclists have been named on Cycling Australia’s long team for the 2013 UCI Road Cycling World Championships in Florence, Italy from September 21-29. Cameron Meyer of Helena Valley, Luke Durbridge of Bassendean, Mel Hoskins ...

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Sharron is here to help

A desire to help her clients means lawyer Sharron Patrick is more than willing to guide them as they tread on what is often litigious and contentious ground when dealing with the family court or deceased estate matters. But stepping ...

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K9 credentials a must

IF happiness is a warm puppy then Sally Baxter, owner of dog grooming salon Midland K9 Klippers, is close to nirvana. Sally is a licensed dog judge, a qualified veterinary nurse, and an expert groomer. In her spare time she ...

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Ruth is at home in real estate

IF you were to ask Elders Real Estate Principal Ruth Hampton to do something for you, she would probably say ‘yes’ and somehow the very busy mother of three would get it done. Her positive ‘can do’ attitude draws inspiration ...

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