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Bachelor's Star Kristina spills on post-reality-tv life

Season 8 of the Australian Bachelor saw a familiar face brought to the screen, with Perth local and two-time Australian Survivor contestant Locklan ‘Locky’ Gilbert as the lucky Bachelor. Among the romantic hopefuls vying for Locky’s affection was another Perth personality, Kristina Abramoff. We had a chat with Kristina, to get to know her off the screen, and out of the Bachie mansion.
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StreetX and Pretzel: Two Perth Businesses Come Together to Bring You Sweet Street Style

Get ready Perth for the collaboration you didn’t know you needed. StreetX and Pretzel have teamed up to bring you mouth-watering food and super stylish t-shirts.
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All I Want For Christmas is a Perth Home Renovation!

Perth based Tradies to help you make your home summer-ready
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Candidates sprint for the finish in Perth Mayoral race

After months of campaigning, the race for the Mayor of the City of Perth is coming to a close this weekend and there are still hundreds of potential votes to come in.
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Could Perth become the heart of Aussie eSports?

Up to now Perth has ‘lagged’ in the surge in professional competitive gaming but a local Perth internet service provider is looking to change that, building a pro-gamer pathway from the ground up.
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A twisty chat with the Pretzel queen of WA, Brittany Garbutt

At only 23-year-old, Brittany Garbutt created Pretzel, opening the first pretty-in-pink store in Northbridge in 2017. Now, three years on, Pretzel has five stores in WA, two in VIC, with a third on the way. We asked her: What’s the secret to Pretzel’s appeal? What was it like starting out as a local, young, entrepreneur? Why did she develop Pretzel stores as the now iconic pink and neon outfitted containers?
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What’s on this WA Day Long Weekend

Get the party started this WA Day long-weekend with a host of hot options from spectacular waterfalls and cruisy BBQs to a live-streamed festival!
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Say thank you to Veterans this Anzac Day with Cardly

One of the most heartbreaking event cancellations of the COVID-19 crisis has been the forced cancellation of Anzac Day services, marches and events. In the absence of these important events, Aussie startup Cardly has stepped in to give Australians a way to directly honour and thank our veterans and their families by allowing them to send a card to them.

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