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Credit: Elise Van Aken / The Kimberley Echo. The Kimberley Echo. The son of the Spud King avoided jail over a home burglary he orchestrated, in a ‘desperate’ attempt to see his children, amid revelations his ex-wife had shacked up with his cousin. Billionaire Andrew Forrest’s Harvest Road Group plans to announce a new chief executive within weeks, replacing Greg Harvey who has quit the business. Two drought-stricken WA farming communities will host a pilot project touted as a world first that could reduce evaporation from dams by 70 per cent. North West Telegraph. A stunning image of toddler sisters celebrating a good farming year with a long-distance high five has scooped top spot in the 20th CBH photography competition. Log In. See more of ABC Kimberley on Facebook. Kellie Jackson with her sons Coby, 10, cleaning up bushland in Kununurra. More than 78,000 containers had been … WA’s peak horticulture group has urged the State Government to act quickly in allowing Pacific workers into WA to help with the State’s fruit and vegetable harvest, to mitigate further crop losses. How is the creepy video from Kununurra. Mia, 14, Tyler, 12, and Coby Jackson, 10, have taken to local streets and bushland to fill up to 20 bags at a time of single serve milk cartons, cans, glass and plastic bottles, which they trade in at the Ivanhoe Road deposit point for 10 cents each. Not Now. WA cotton growers look beyond China ban. 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From Quairading and Koorda to Boyup Brook and Jerramungup, farmers from far and wide converged in Katanning for ADAMA’s annual crop tour. EKJP is delivering the scheme across the East Kimberley Region at Lot 26 Ivanhoe Road, Kununurra, in the Wunan Maintenance Services and ThinkWater yard, Monday to Friday 7.30am to 2.30pm and Saturday 8am to 12pm. 66,703 people like this. More than 78,000 containers had been collected between the region’s 19 local refund points within a week of the program being launched across the State earlier this month. One woman is fighting for life and another has been seriously injured after a car crashed into the wall of a pub in Collie last night. Tyler said he made over $60 from what he returned last week. The Kimberley Echo serves the communities in the areas of Kununurra, Wyndham, Halls Creek, Warmun, Fitzroy Crossing, Timber Creek, Kalumburu and numerous others. Community See All. Farmers working to build up the Kimberley’s burgeoning cotton industry are confident they will survive despite China’s order to its mills not to buy from Australian producers. Most aluminium, glass, plastic, steel and liquid paperboard beverage containers between 150ml and 3L are eligible for a refund, while containers not commonly found as litter including all plain milk, flavoured milks 1L and above, pure juice drinks, wine and spirit bottles, and cordials are not eligible. Kimberly Echo is on Facebook. Thu, 15 October 2020 8:24AM. Pilbara News. Tiffany Davey and Tahlia McSwain lost track of the days while stuck on export ships for months on end due to COVID restrictions. To connect with Kimberly, sign up for Facebook today. Create New Account. OatUp is the first ‘regeneratively’ branded oat milk product using WA oats grown by farmers committed to regenerative farming practices. Contact Us The Kimberley Echo 2 Pruinosa Street Kununurra WA 6743 Tel (08) 6332 1170. The Jackson family from Kununurra were responsible for a large portion of those returns, with mother-of-three Kellie Jackson deciding she would take advantage of the new scheme to teach her children about hard work while helping the environment. During the past five years there has been growing hype in the business world about the race to be WA’s first sulphate of potash producer. Paul Mock Story: With winter rainfall leading to an “improvement in local water availability” Gairdner’s water deficiency declaration has been revoked and water carting has been temporarily suspended in WA. Other markets. Elise Van Aken The Kimberley Echo. “I encourage others to do it too, it’s quick money and the town will be tidier.”. Goldfields men’s soccer players outgunned by State. Kununurra Neighbourhood House, at the old 34 Leichhardt St premises, and Kimberley Vet will continue to maintain their collection points, with all refunds to be donated to the not-for-profit organisations. Contact Us; Frequently Asked Questions ; Editorial Policy; Editorial Complaints; Place an ad in The West; Advertise in The Kimberley … “It’s good for the environment, there’s going to be no more toxic waste hopefully. Send us a message. It is unknown how many more Australians are still unable to come home. Forgot account? A dry spring means grain crops across WA have not been able to fill their potential, prompting a big downgrade in estimates for 2020. “It’s fun and feels good, it’s easy money. Jenne Brammer. Farmers working to build up the Kimberley’s burgeoning cotton industry are confident they will survive despite China’s order to its mills not to buy from Australian producers. ABOUT ABC KIMBERLEY. Midwest Times. Westpac mortgage mistake sparks thousands of refunds, Drunkenness is no excuse: Kalgoorlie magistrate. WA’s annual Biosecurity Blitz 2020 is under way, with people of all ages urged to survey their local area and look out for biosecurity threats in their backyard. FREE Carnival Rides, Live Entertainment, Food Trucks and MORE at Optus Stadium! Hi and thanks for stopping by ABC Kimberley! Yesterday I got $62 from just half a week,” he said. Welcome to ABC Kimberley . A week after the State Government’s Containers for Change scheme launched, Kimberley residents are already putting their best foot forward in the name of recycling. Australians are being warned to expect an increased risk of cyclones and floods this summer as La Nina brings an onslaught of wet weather across the country. 73,553 people follow this. More than 400 WA farmers that missed out on a slice of a $50 million water rebate scheme earlier this year are expected to be first in line for a second lot revealed in last week’s Federal Budget. Narrogin Observer. Ord farmers touted as the first beneficiaries of a plan to allow workers from Vanuatu and Timor-Leste to enter WA say the measure has come too late for this year. Sam Barnett — the son of ex-Premier Colin Barnett — may lose the properties behind his investment schemes with the payday lender he used to buy one of them launching legal action to seize them both. Chinese spinning mills have been told to stop buying Australian cotton and the $2b-a-year industry could soon face hefty tariffs. Sound Telegraph. or. © West Australian Newspapers Limited 2020. Kellie Jackson with her sons Coby, 10, cleaning up bushland in Kununurra. NT’s Pacific fruit pickers too late for Ord farmers. With his head bowed and sunglasses on, the former Pingaring farmer walked out of court then sprinted across Hay Street to avoid media questions. WA’s grain harvest has begun in earnest, with about 800 tonnes of canola delivered to CBH bins in the Geraldton, Esperance and Kwinana Port Zones by Tuesday. The Kimberley Echo. We cover a range of stories, events and issues from Br... See More. Accountant and ex-Peppermint Grove councillor Scott Fleay stole more than $4 million from a chicken farmer and his sick wife to buy multi-million dollar properties for his family, prosecutors claim. South Western Times. Manjimup Bridgetown Times. About See All.


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