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Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - Opinion -

Lo­cal gov­ern­ment re­form was still on the minds of our on­line read­ers last week. But so was Jour­ney’s story- the 11-year-old Millen Pri­mary School stu­dent who cut his long hair to raise more than $1200 for Burmese Chin refugee chil­dren. In five years time there'll be a La­bor State Gov­ern­ment in power and no­body will need to worry about Mr Bar­nett's bel­liger­ent bel­low­ing ever again. - Indy Rossen An amaz­ing ef­fort Jour­ney. You are a credit to your fam­ily and Millen Pri­mary School. Well done. - Erin Black Well done, Jour­ney - I'm so proud that you are a Millen kid. A won­der­ful ef­fort, your fam­ily must be so proud of you. - Stephanne Dann

More than 490 peo­ple gath­ered at Curtin Univer­sity on Oc­to­ber 18 to par­tic­i­pate in Re­lay For Life Curtin 2014, a 24 hour re­lay event that raised more than $80,000 for Can­cer Coun­cil WA. Have an in­ter­est­ing pic­ture to share, email it to south­erngazette @com­mu­ni­tynews.com.au. AN­DREW YORK, Leukaemia Foun­da­tion gen­eral man­ager WA, Bal­catta.

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