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Shutters Come Down On Woolworths Across Australia After Nationwide Glitch

Shutters Come Down On Woolworths Across Australia After Nationwide Glitch



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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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James should we go?

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OUTinPerth

POOF DOOF is at Connections tonight. Who wants to be a Hippy? Time to channel some flower power and feel the peace, love and understanding.There may be rain on the horizon but inside
the Age of Aquarius is dawning and the warmth
of the Summer of Love is in full effect!

🌼☮️🌼 ☮️ 🌼 ☮️🌼☮️
🌼☮️ TONIGHT!! ☮️ 🌼
🌼🌼POOF DOOF 🌼🌼
🌼 FLOWER POWER 🌼
🌼☮️🌼 ☮️ 🌼 ☮️🌼☮️
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POOF DOOF is at Connections tonight. Who wants to be a Hippy? Time to channel some flower power and feel the peace, love and understanding.

REAL LIFE 🤣
Because one of my chickens is a pain in the neck to worm, I may have just accidentally wormed this crow... 😕
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REAL LIFE 🤣
Because one of my chickens is a pain in the neck to worm, I may have just accidentally wormed this crow... 😕

 

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Oh, that made me laugh! Your chicken looks a little perturbed by it, but all the crows friends will be jealous! 😆

Wish I could got lots birds out front lorrikeets crows butcher &magpies cockatoos some start 4.30 in morn lol.

He will likely sleep better tonight knowing he’s been wormed.... not all crows get the same privilege

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Families Magazine - Brisbane

PSA - tell your friends!! 😉

Michael McIntyre Fans
I know which one I'd rather 😂👇

Like 👉 Michael McIntyre Fans 👈 for more funny videos!
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Kylie Triggell your gin wins!

Lisa Mather, good to know?!

Ann Musgrove. 😂😂. I know you like your G&T’s

No more bananas for me!

Laura Close...important info 😂🤗👌

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Andrew McProudfoot - looks like a Gin and tonic is complete meal...

Sue 😁

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After my week I’m definitely ready for one of these and it’s less calories than a banana Glen Edwards!😂

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Rebecca Brooks Pintamalli 😚👍🥃

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Emily Hanbury Lucinda Kavanagh 🙈

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Robyn Matt think how many calories a shot of gin has!! 🤣🤣

Carl Reichelt 😁🍸

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Sarra i know you dont like bananas but still important info to know

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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
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