GOLD FINALE FOR DOLPHINS IN DOHA

Australia’s swimmers completed the World Swimming Championships in Doha by doubling down on gold. Twenty-year-old backstroker Isaac Cooper was crowned 50m backstroke world champion while the women’s 4x100m medley relay team surged home to help Australia finish with an overall medal haul of 16.

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WA RISING STAR FIRES IN DOHA GOLD RUSH

Isaac Cooper and the women’s 4x100m medley relay team have ensured Australia finished the world swimming championships on a high, winning two gold medals on the final night in Doha to bring their tally in the pool to three.

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She helped found a Mining Empire

This act symbolises the essence of Hope Hancock. Yet all she will say is, “I am an ordinary woman married to a remarkable man.” She underestimates herself, for she is as near the complete person as anyone I have met. Mrs. Hancock describes the gold mine where they had their first home – a caravan – as “a hole in the ground.” It was 100 miles from Wiluna, in the north-west, and her only neighbours were three men who lived in a nearby hut. “But I loved the life,” she said, looking back on those early days. “I had been brought up on a north I west station where conversation revolved round windmills, sheep, and fences, and to go into the new world of mining was very stimulating.”

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Congratulations | The Hancock Prospecting Artistic Swimming Australia 🇦🇺 team have equaled their best team performance at a World Aquatics Championships

The Hancock Prospecting Artistic Swimming Australia 🇦🇺 team have equaled their best team performance at a World Aquatics Championships in the Technical Team in Doha, Qatar 🇶🇦Congratulations on a wonderful performance to Rayna Buckle, Georgia Courage-Gardiner, Raphaelle Gauthier, Kiera Gazzard, Margo Joseph-Kuo, Anastasia Kusmawan, Zoe Poulis and Milena Waldmann 🙌

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Congratulations Hancock Prospecting Artistic Swimming Australia 🇦🇺 team

The Hancock Prospecting Artistic Swimming Australia 🇦🇺 team are through to the finals of the Technical Team, finishing the preliminaries in 9th place, at the World Aquatics Championships in Doha, Qatar 🇶🇦 The score of 220.6945 is a massive 19.9244 improvement on the 200.7701 when they finished 11th in the preliminaries at the 2023 World Championships in Fukuoka, Japan 🇯🇵

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Australia Day Celebrations Highlight Community Spirit in Perth

“It was wonderful to see such a diverse range of people becoming new Aussie citizens here in the iconic Perth Town Hall. We’re grateful and proud that so many people have chosen to make the City of Light their home,” Mr Zempilas said. “It was wonderful to see such a diverse range of people becoming new Aussie citizens here in the iconic Perth Town Hall. We’re grateful and proud that so many people have chosen to make the City of Light their home,” Mr Zempilas said.

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