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Will analog clocks go the way of the sundial?

Alarm bells rang following reports from the UK that digital clocks are replacing their analog counterparts in high school exam rooms. Is it true that children are increasingly incapable of reading analog clocks and, more importantly, does it matter? There is anecdotal evidence that analogue clocks are increasingly met with blank faces, with teachers chiming into the
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What it’s like being a pregnant woman on television in 2018

Related Story: William and Kate welcome Royal baby boy, fifth in line to the throne There are some stories that briefly stop the frenetic pace of a metro newsroom. Like the moment Kate and Wills emerged from St Mary's Hospital to present baby Prince Louis, for example. The impending nature of my own blessed event was also not going to be left unnoticed. "So Jess,
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First taste of winter weather for South West | Photos

First taste of winter weather for South West | Photos Diana Adams posted these photos of a fallen tree on Jindong Treeton Road with a heartfelt thank you to the farmer who came to the rescue. Diana Adams posted these photos of a fallen tree on Jindong Treeton Road with a heartfelt thank you to the farmer who came to the rescue. Freya Cheffers posted another photo of
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Call for new ideas on turning waste into a resource

Business owners, community group members, residents and ratepayers are being asked to brainstorm ideas for turning waste into a resource, as part of an upcoming waste feasibility study commissioned by the Shire of Augusta Margaret River. The study will be conducted over the next six months and will inform the Shires Waste Master Plan, which will stipulate the waste