Just briefly….

Perenjori’s Bin You Streetart project proved to be a huge success. With the help of artist, Steve Brown, kids from Perenjori, Latham and Morowa will have their artworks displayed on bin enclosures along the town’s main street.

A man was killed and three others injured when a meteorite crashed to Earth in Southern India.

Recent negative publicity for Australian greyhound racing got worse for the industry when hundred rallied across the country demanding an end to the sport.

A shooting at the weigh-in Dublin for an Irish boxing match was disrupted when three men armed with AK-47s shot and killed one man and injured two others it’s been reported.

87 miners were rescued after a collapse at the entrance of an Australian-operated gold mine in South Africa. As of Saturday (6 February), three admin staff working on the surface have not been accounted for.

Although they are monitoring a 30 metre asteroid expecting to pass Earth in March, NASA is not concern of an impact.

Yahoo has announced it will sack 1,700 workers after a $4.3 billion lost in December 2015 quarter.

The Australian Sports Com-mission has threatened to cut funding to Australia’s major sports if the inequality between the male and female travel standards is not addressed.

Churches around Australia are offering sanctuary to asylum seekers threatened with removal to offshore detention centres.

An 11 year-old boy and three men have been charged with murder after the fatal stabbing of a 26 year-old man at the Esplanade Train Station in January.

Ten people are dead and a further 150 injured when two trains collided head on in southern Germany. The accident was apparently due to human error.

Dennis Cometti has confirmed he will retire from commentating at the end of the 2016 AFL season.

Super Bowl 50 drew 111.9 million TV viewers and 16.9 million tweets.

Kurt Fearnley and Daniela Di Toro will captain the Australian Paralympic team at Rio 2016.

Women’s cricketer, Piepa Cleary has been banned for six months with a further 18 months suspended for placing six bets worth $15.50 on the Australian men’s Test Match in November.

The cricket world is outraged at the “Mankad” dismissal which led to the West Indies defeating Zimbabwe in a U19 World Cup quarter-final.

Jordan Matera will play in the WAFL in 2016 in the hope of reviving his draft chances. Jordan is the son of West Coast legend, Peter Matera.


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