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Such was the relief when a woman exercised her democratic rights in the Devon town of Exmouth that staff broke into spontaneous applause. No such joy for their colleagues at one polling station in Gwent they spent the whole day waiting in vain for a
Whitehall chiefs had banned Royal Navy Sub Lieutenant Reginald Rex' Warneford from having his name immortalised with an honour plaque because he was born in India. Rex was awarded the Victoria Cross aged just 23 when he became the first person to
Shark attack victim flown to Perth for treatment Updated October 28, 2013 22:13:18 A woman who was attacked by a shark on Western Australia's north-west coast is being flown to Perth for treatment. The woman, believed to be aged in her 60s, is
GB sailors Stevie Morrison and Ben Rhodes end 49er pairing British sailors Stevie Morrison and Ben Rhodes have called time on their 49er partnership after 12 years together. The Exmouth duo won the 2007 World Championships and finished ninth at the
Around 9.20am (WST), Exmouth police were called after reports a vessel with five people on board had overturned in the ocean off the Bundegie Boat Ramp, WA police said...Another man will remain in Exmouth hospital for treatment to minor injuries.
19 September 2013 0 View comments Jailed: Jennifer Philp-Parsons was jailed for two-and-a-half years after sleeping with two teenage boys A 45-year-old music teacher has been jailed for two-and-a-half years after having sex with two teenage pupils in
Police say the couple were swamped by a wave near a reef, north of the North Passage, close to Exmouth on Thursday...WA police were contacted by the Australian Marine Safety Authority Rescue Coordination Centre in Canberra about the situation about 3.
Do those chair polishers in Whithall have any feelings for this country and those like him and even the afghan interpreters also who put themselves in the line of fire for US?...All these guys served this country with great courage and pride (more
21 July 2013 112 shares 14 View comments Rescued: The panicking dog calmed down after being cooled with wet towels and pulled from the car A panicking dog left inside a car in sweltering heat was rescued after it set off the vehicle's alarm. The dog
Local industry, mining and community groups met with senators on the Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Committee last night in Karratha. The group will visit Learmonth Air Force base and the Harold E Holt communications centre in Exmouth today as