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Pink adds new dates to Oz tour

Pink adds new dates to Oz tour



2018-04-16T11:30:15+0000

“I feel like I’ve been clawing my way in other countries my whole life and when I get to Australia, it’s these people like me ... it feels like there is a place in the world that I don’t have to fight as hard for who I am.”





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LEST WE FORGET | In commemoration of the 2018 Anzac Day Dawn Service being held in Kings Park on Wednesday 25 April, we will be sharing stories of some of the brave Western Australian men and women who gave their lives in battle in World War I and II.

After moving to Kalgoorlie as a baby with his family in 1901, Private William Gannaway lied about his age and at only 16, enlisted in 1916. William left for England and France on the SS Persic from Fremantle. William was killed in action at Messines on 24 May 1917, aged 17, and is buried at Armentieres, France.

For more information on 2018 Anzac Day Dawn Service, check out the events calendar - www.bgpa.wa.gov.au/events-calendar
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LEST WE FORGET | In commemoration of the 2018 Anzac Day Dawn Service being held in Kings Park on Wednesday 25 April, we will be sharing stories of some of the brave Western Australian men and women who gave their lives in battle in World War I and II.

After moving to Kalgoorlie as a baby with his family in 1901, Private William Gannaway lied about his age and at only 16, enlisted in 1916. William left for England and France on the SS Persic from Fremantle. William was killed in action at Messines on 24 May 1917, aged 17, and is buried at Armentieres, France.

For more information on 2018 Anzac Day Dawn Service, check out the events calendar - https://www.bgpa.wa.gov.au/events-calendar

 

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Debra Taylor ❤️

James should we go?

9 hours ago

Adelaide Zoo

Why, hello there! 👋 Come and visit our mischievous Meerkats this weekend!I think one of your Meerkats loved my camera. Taken today at the zoo :) ...

Why, hello there! 👋 Come and visit our mischievous Meerkats this weekend!

 

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Well well! hello gorgeous!! :D

Beautiful photo so cute

I want one

Cute

Great photo 😍

Cute as.

Kira Carter

Shania Jones

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11 hours ago

Triple M Sydney

Russell Crowe's Mercedes is going to have a brand new owner.

Make sure you're listening to The Grill Team, back Monday from 6am on 104.9 Triple M
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Russell Crowes Mercedes is going to have a brand new owner. 

Make sure youre listening to The Grill Team, back Monday from 6am on 104.9 Triple M

 

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who really cares

Our bushland team spotted these curious Green-head ants (Rhytidoponera metallica) in Kings Park this week. This particular species of ant are among the first to forage for food after a bushfire and also rely on touch and scent to communicate and find their way through the environment. ...

Our bushland team spotted these curious Green-head ants (Rhytidoponera metallica) in Kings Park this week. This particular species of ant are among the first to forage for food after a bushfire and also rely on touch and scent to communicate and find their way through the environment.

 

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My poor grandson is alergic to their bite. But stkll beautiful ants.

LEST WE FORGET | In commemoration of the 2018 Anzac Day Dawn Service being held in Kings Park on Wednesday 25 April, we will be sharing stories of some of the brave Western Australian men and women who gave their lives in battle in World War I and II.

After migrating to Perth with his family in 1860, Private Thomas William Edmonds and his younger brother purchased land in Calcarra in 1908. The outbreak of World War I began only a few years later, and the brothers tossed a coin to see who would enlist and who would stay and look after the farm. Thomas lost the coin toss and enlisted in April 1916. Sadly, Private Thomas William Edmonds of the 28 Battalion died on 29 April 1917. He was 38. To this day, the farm is still owned by the Edmonds family.

You can search the stories of over 1700 Western Australians on the Honour Avenue Plaques database on our website: www.bgpa.wa.gov.au/kings-park/visit/history/honour-avenues

#2018AnzacDay #RSLWA
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LEST WE FORGET | In commemoration of the 2018 Anzac Day Dawn Service being held in Kings Park on Wednesday 25 April, we will be sharing stories of some of the brave Western Australian men and women who gave their lives in battle in World War I and II.  

After migrating to Perth with his family in 1860, Private Thomas William Edmonds and his younger brother purchased land in Calcarra in 1908. The outbreak of World War I began only a few years later, and the brothers tossed a coin to see who would enlist and who would stay and look after the farm. Thomas lost the coin toss and enlisted in April 1916. Sadly, Private Thomas William Edmonds of the 28 Battalion died on 29 April 1917. He was 38. To this day, the farm is still owned by the Edmonds family. 

You can search the stories of over 1700 Western Australians on the Honour Avenue Plaques database on our website: https://www.bgpa.wa.gov.au/kings-park/visit/history/honour-avenues

#2018AnzacDay #RSLWA

2 days ago

Adelaide Zoo

Look who paid us a visit today... His Royal Highness The Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex KG GCVO. 👑

In Australia to promote The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award, His Royal Highness stopped by Adelaide Zoo to name some of our newest arrivals, two female Koalas.

Named Sophie and Louise in honour of His Royal Highness' wife and daughter, the girls were given a very royal welcome complete with many adoring fans and some extra tasty gum leaves.

Sophie and Louise are having a wild time checking out their new home in our Australian natives area, so swing by and say hi! 🐨🐨
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Look who paid us a visit today... His Royal Highness The Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex KG GCVO. 👑

In Australia to promote The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award, His Royal Highness stopped by Adelaide Zoo to name some of our newest arrivals, two female Koalas.

Named Sophie and Louise in honour of His Royal Highness wife and daughter, the girls were given a very royal welcome complete with many adoring fans and some extra tasty gum leaves.

Sophie and Louise are having a wild time checking out their new home in our Australian natives area, so swing by and say hi! 🐨🐨

 

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he looks so much like his mother .. he looks lovely

Why are we not seeing more news regarding this princes visit??

That was meant to say -there WAS a big crowd! Thanks again - loved it!!

did they keep the correct one in the zoo??

Ali McDonald Georgia Rothwell Lachlan Rothwell Should of gone today, instead of yesterday

I shall be visiting on the weekend 🙂

Did you see this Amanda Mugford

My daughters love koalas my daughters names are Sophia & Luisa ... so close!!!! ❤️ is there opportunity to meet these lil ladies??

Wow I was there today and missed him. I think we might have left a bit too early.

Ann-Maree Karen haha we should have seen the koalas when we were there yesterday 🐨😂

Sophie-Louise Ford New koalas are Sophie & Louise! Hehe ❤️

Great names.

Nice to see koalas are back in the zoo. “ just in time”.

Saw them last week! Gorgeous

🐨🐨 Next time I’m over must visit Sophie and Louise xxx

Jenny, so close!!! 😩

Ha ha - there Wloved it xx

Bronte I missed him!!!

Beautiful

Lovely

Kell Petersen the bloody koala

Suzanne Moss you guys were there too!

Must've just missed him Paul Mollon

Molly, Elsbeth!!

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3 days ago

Adelaide Zoo

We're absolutely gaga for our Gang Gangs! 😍 Who else loves cockatoos? ...

Were absolutely gaga for our Gang Gangs! 😍 Who else loves cockatoos?

 

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Who couldn't love Cockatoos, this guy would melt the hearts of many.

I love cockatoos. Especially the red tailed black cockatoos. 😍

Peter 😍😍

Gorgeous <3

Beautiful photo

Magnificent colours...

So pretty

Meeeee

Peter Norman

Michael pretty birbs!

Kyra Ballard

4 days ago

Adelaide Zoo

We love Goodfellow's Tree Kangaroos! Unlike other members of the kangaroo family, this fascinating species has adapted to spend most of its time in the trees that make up its rainforest home 🌳🌳🌳 Hop into Adelaide Zoo and meet our resident tree kangaroos, Makali and Buna, this school holidays! ...

We love Goodfellows Tree Kangaroos! Unlike other members of the kangaroo family, this fascinating species has adapted to spend most of its time in the trees that make up its rainforest home 🌳🌳🌳 Hop into Adelaide Zoo and meet our resident tree kangaroos, Makali and Buna, this school holidays!

 

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Love your tree kangaroos. Can't wait to see them in October.x

Just a heads up these guys came before other kangaroo so the others ones just started living on the ground

He's so handsome!

Another Aussie animal for you Bernie

Hayley Ann

Maddie Reid

It's school holiday time - woo! It's all fun in Kings Park for the next two weeks with playgrounds to explore, picnics to enjoy and natureplay to be had. Why not check out May Drive Parkland today and explore Lycopod Island before grabbing an icecream at Zamia Cafe! ...

Its school holiday time - woo! Its all fun in Kings Park for the next two weeks with playgrounds to explore, picnics to enjoy and natureplay to be had. Why not check out May Drive Parkland today and explore Lycopod Island before grabbing an icecream at Zamia Cafe!

Usually, the rare Rose Mallee's (Eucalyptus rhodantha) flowers are a striking pinky-red colour, and most plants of this species express the colour prior to the bud opening. In rare cases, the red colour is not expressed immediately and instead, delayed until after the flower opens. It is believed the change is stimulated by the sunlight and creates a beautiful two-tone flower for a few days. ...

Usually, the rare Rose Mallees (Eucalyptus rhodantha) flowers are a striking pinky-red colour, and most plants of this species express the colour prior to the bud opening. In rare cases, the red colour is not expressed immediately and instead, delayed until after the flower opens. It is believed the change is stimulated by the sunlight and creates a beautiful two-tone flower for a few days.

 

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gorgeous blooms 💕

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