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1 in 3 uni students don’t finish

FEDERAL Education Minister Simon Birmingham will today release data which shows the number of Australian university students finishing their courses has dropped slightly, with one in three failing to complete their degree.   from PN WA News and Galleries | Perth Now http://ift.tt/2iFK6s0

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Quake angel’s quest for kids

TO the 16 orphans she comforted and shielded during four days of death and destruction in earthquake-ravaged Nepal, Perth woman Ballantyne Forder was their “angel protector”. from PN WA News and Galleries | Perth Now http://ift.tt/2j7cTXk

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Marsandis’ domestic bliss over

FOR the past two years, the life of Paul and Michelle Marsandi has been one of powerful, expensive cars, Gucci baby clothes and apparent domestic bliss. from PN WA News and Galleries | Perth Now http://ift.tt/2juhDtE

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‘You’re in a hell of a mess in WA’

PAULINE Hanson has delivered a blunt campaign message to WA voters on the eve of her three-day visit and the unveiling of more than 40 candidates she hopes will secure the balance of power on March 11. from PN WA News and Galleries | Perth Now http://ift.tt/2j6PwNu

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Police horse stumbles on Roe 8 trip wire

POLICE are investigating claims protesters opposing the Roe 8 highway extension have tried to take down police horses after a wire trap was found in bush within the construction zone.   from PN WA News and Galleries | Perth Now http://ift.tt/2jZZMve

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‘I’m glad Wexit didn’t happen’

FOR most my life I have lived in the suburbs of Melbourne.  When I was a kid all I really knew about you western people was the Fremantle Dockers and the West Coast Eagles. I hated the Eagles, mainly because they were really good and always seemed to beat my …

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