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Cricket beats footy to sign young guns

Cricket has had a rare win over football with promising pair Clint Hinchliffe and Cameron Green accepting WACA contracts to tie them to the summer sport. Hinchliffe, who attended pre-season training at West Perth as the Falcons made a bold bid to ... Yahoo! Singapore, 1 week ago

Duffield back, Wells included for WA

LEFT-ARM quick Ryan Duffield is back on the WACA contracted list, joining Perth Cricket Club teammates Josh Nicholas and Jonathan Wells among the inclusions. Duffield returns to the squad following a year out, where he dominated the WA Premier ...
 Perth Now1 week ago
Property Observer

Alexanders corner in Melbourne's Richmond sells under the hammer for $11 million

A well-known local identity has paid $11 million for Alexanders corner on Bridge Road and Church Street in Melbourne's Richmond at auction. The 254-256 Church Street and 246 Bridge Road propertycomprises a 1560-square metre building including ...
 Property Observer1 month ago

It's political correctness gone mad

NorthReaders backlash against more green lady pedestrian signals in Richmond to promote gender equalityMarch 22, 2016 11:30amToby PrimeMelbourne Leader NorthReaders backlash against more green lady pedestrian signals in Richmond to promote gender ...
 Herald Sun1 month ago Why should men tell us whether to walk  Herald Sun1 month ago

Pedestrian signal goes female for International Women's Day in Australia

As Beyoncé once famously said, girls run the world — and now they'll be running traffic too. Melbourne will be the first Australian city to have a female on a street pedestrian signal, all in honour of International Women's Day. It'll replace ...
 Mashable1 month ago
Thinking Highways

Melbourne council honours Mary Rogers by changing walk signal at Richmond crossing

The silhouette of Victoria's first female councillor, Mary Rogers, will replace the little green man walking signal at a major intersection in Richmond, as part of a tribute by the City of Yarra. Ms Rogers, first elected to office in 1920, ...
 ABC Online1 month ago Green Female Figure a First for Pedestrian Crossings in Victora,Australia  Thinking Highways1 month ago
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