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It’s been 40 years since John Carpenter’s original Halloween film first shocked cinemagoers.The cult film launched numerous sequels and remakes and fans of the horror genre won’t be disappointed by this latest, and possibly final instalment.Once again we follow...
The Byford and Districts Country Club was a hive of activity on Saturday as the club hosted its annual Oktoberfest celebrations.More than 400 people throughout the day crowded in the beer tent to take part in the day’s activities, which included stein-holding competitions, traditional German folk...

Legend wows audience

Guitarist Don Neander dusted off his prized instrument for a special performance on the weekend.Local residents attended Jarrahdale’s St Paul’s Anglican Church for a one-of-a-kind classical guitar recital.Mr Neander said he performed a program of traditional classical guitar works by Bach, Giuliani, Albeniz, Villa Lobos...

Oscar awards time again

Award season has swept through the entertainment section in the news for the past few weeks but the mother of all awards the Oscars...

Brit comedy hits the right notes

Only the British can write a show about a man who has chlamydia and who is tracking down his ex partners and yet make...

Maze Runner sequel packs plenty of action for fans

Following the horrific accident lead actor Dylan O’Brien experienced while filming the final instalment of James Dashner’s young adult novel, fans and moviegoers alike...

Remake is fun

Creepy clown ready to scare on DVD

Cheesy wings a delight

A holiday whodunit

Witherspoon at it again

All the trappings of a holiday hit

A rose amongst the thorns

Chemistry strong in the land of DC

Fans rejoice at Thor

Elton keeps it local with new film

Snow killer a thriller

Legends are back

Will Lucifer reveal all?

Film turns out not to be everything

Keaton film is an action packed ride

Artistic tale tries too hard

Camelot with a cockney twist

Romantic drama is sure to shock

Dench reprises her beloved royal role

A gifted performance

Sally Hawkins shines in drama

Towering tale is terrific

Arnie’s back in 3D

Enchanting love story

Romance tackles issues

Terrifying doll is back

The beast returns

Haunting war epic hits home

Simple plot, basic idea

Perfect Spidey pace

A thought-provoking tale

A powerhouse performance

Rehash with charm

More than a drama

Nighy steals the finest role

Films still fast and furious

in it for the laughs

Cheesy shades on the screen

McConaughey’s gold

X-tremely fast and furious

A united love story

Children’s book comes to life

Brace for impact!

Magical Moana

Something to sing about

Reflections of war

Rowling casts another spell

A welcome invasion

Leather clad legend back for an encore

Rat pack from Vegas is back

Midland in front

Cheeky rollick with Billy

Top sounds of pipes and drums

Bringing hope to the community

Sausage Party’s a good laugh

Win: The Bart Cummings Story

Marred by flaws and clichés

Win a DVD

Original band member and former Glee star Damian McGinty (second from right) will join Celtic Thunder’s Keith Harkin, Ryan Kelly, Emmet Cahill and Neil Byrne.

McGinty joins Celtic Thunder tour

Win a copy of Deutschland 83

Clinical midwife Belle Sexton is a finalist in the WA Nursing and Midwifery Excellence Awards with winners announced in May. Photograph — Kelly Pilgrim-Byrne.

Mums-to-be get STAR antenatal care

Energy on the floor

Megan sets the dance floor on fire

Win a DVD

Researcher makes a difference

Sun Record All-Stars have the swagger

Dr Milenko Kovac in the trauma clinic. Photograph — Matt Devlin.

No bones about fracture treatment

Principal social worker for the Armadale health service Ivy Vukovich says even making a small difference to domestic violence victims is rewarding for social workers. Photograph — Matt Devlin.

No simple way out of violent darkness

Australian Test cricketers Josh Hazlewood, David Warner and Nathan Lyon rib each other during a Q&A at the WACA. Photograph — Robyn Molloy.

Young fans warm to cricket elite

Flying acts leave you awestruck

Examiner editor Robyn Molloy’s story about Senior Constable Joseph Gonzalez’ career was one of three to make her a finalist in the WA Media Awards on Saturday.

Examiner makes top 3

Maree Lemme and nephew Vincent Wilson made up the third and fourth generation of cheese makers at Borrello Cheese in Oakford. Photograph — Matt Devlin.

Cheese to please

Hitomi Ogaya with 10-day old son Leon Ng and clinical nurse Leanne Howell. Leon was born five weeks early, weighing in at 2050 grams and was 40 grams heavier 10 days later. Photograph — Matt Devlin.

Early newborns handled with care

Cedric Hohrmann from Armadale talks crime with Labor candidate for Canning Matt Keogh and deputy Labor leader Tanya Plibersek in the Jull Street mall. Photograph — Matt Devlin.

Keogh talks Kelmscott

Go West head west

Recognition for bushfire work