Armidale, Australia Newswire

Armidale, Australia Newswire

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Armidale, Australia.

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  1. Lighting the way forwardRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Advocate

    On a Saturday afternoon inside St George's Church in Burnie, Tasmania's Anglican Bishop, Dr Richard Condie, says something surprising. "This encounter with Jesus - that's the thing that lights me up, and I think there are people who want that, people who want to make meaning of that.

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  2. Public service moves dudding taxpayers, says property industryRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sydney Morning Herald

    Politicians are costing taxpayers money by "huffing and puffing" and moving public service agencies out of Canberra, according the city's main property lobby group. The Property Council says research by global real estate giants JLL Australia proves that moving government agencies out of Canberra is not a value for money proposition.

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  3. Region's police stop and pay their respects to colleaguesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Northern Daily Leader

    POLICE officers from across the region took time out on Thursday to pay tribute and reflect on their colleagues who had lost their lives on the job. Churches across parts of the region were filled with a sea of blue uniforms as National Police Remembrance Day services echoed across the state.

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  4. Macklin / Trains and votes and planesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 26 | Canberra City News

    "The tram seems the one great issue dividing the parties; and it was not a good week for the light-rail advocates," writes Seven Days columnist ROBERT MACKLIN TRAVEL in its many and varied forms dominated the news cycle this past week as the local electoral office revealed 141 candidates seeking our votes in next month's ACT election. CM Andrew Barr's first international flight brought 240 visitors and home-comers from Singapore, then headed out under glowering skies to Wellington.

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  5. Good Sisters betrayed by marriage leafletRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 24 | The Age

    I have spent 85 years forever in the debt of the Sisters at St Patrick's Orphanage Armidale for taking me into their care as a two-year-old, with my older brother and sister, not only for the care but for the wonderful example of selfless service to others. When I read your story about Opus Dei being linked to a leaflet against same-sex marriage , my stomach turned.

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  6. Poll result smacks of bigotry and racismRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 21 | Canberra Times

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  7. Poll result smacks of bigotry and racismRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 21 | Sydney Morning Herald

    As an Australian citizen and immigrant myself, it greatly saddens me to read your poll . I thought we had grown and were a nation of tolerance and understanding, "bragging" to my European-based family and friends of how great our multicultural society was.

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  8. Northern four earn NNSWC selectionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 19 | Northern Daily Leader

    Northern Inland quartet Harry Sinclair , Tomasz Kowalski , Lachlan Wilson and Lachlan Maher will represent Northern NSW Country and next month's FFA National Youth Championships for Boys. Sinclair will play for the 13s side and Kowalski, Wilson and Maher the 14s at the tournament, which will be hosted by Northern NSW Football at Coffs Harbour from October 3. "Northern NSW Football is delighted to again host the FFA National Youth Championships for Boys which sees Australia's best young male talent converge on Coffs Harbour to gauge their abilities against the best players from across Australia," NNSWF Chief Executive Officer David Eland said.

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  9. Barnaby Joyce's department engage real estate agents for APS move to ArmidaleRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 18 | The Age

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  10. Church took years to de-frock suspected paedophile priest, inquiry hearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 15 | ABC News

    The Catholic Church took two years to defrock New South Wales paedophile priest John Joseph Farrell after a report found he posed a risk to children, a royal commission has heard. Former Armidale Bishop Luc Matthys has been giving evidence to the commission as it looks into how the church dealt with decades of abuse allegations made against Farrell.

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  11. Suspected paedophile priest dismissed two decades after first complaintsRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 15 | ABC News

    MARK COLVIN: A warning: the following story on the Royal Commission into Child Sexual Abuse includes details some may find disturbing. The inquiry has heard how a priest, long suspected of molesting children, was not forced out until two decades after the first complaints emerged.

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  12. Uralla mayor signed, sealed, deliveredRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 14 | Northern Daily Leader

    HERE'S YOUR MAN: Michael Pearce will reign as Uralla's mayor for the next four years after taking out the region's first popualr vote for the top job in a landslide. Photo: Peter Hardin 150916PHB027 A SLICE of Uralla history was carved out in Tamworth today, with Michael Pearce becoming the first popularly-elected mayor in the region's history.

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  13. Church ordained priest despite accusations of child abuse, inquiry hearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 12 | ABC News

    Catholic church officials were strongly opposed to the ordination of a priest who was later accused of molesting children and who was repeatedly transferred despite concerns from clergy and parishioners, a royal commission has heard. The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse is investigating how Catholic church authorities at Parramatta, in Sydney's west, and Armidale, in northern New South Wales, handled allegations of abuse by the former priest John Joseph Farrell.

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  14. Walcha council's new facesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 11 | Northern Daily Leader

    CHANGING GUARDS: Walcha Shire could see potentially five new faces on council, just months after it staved off numerous merger pushes. Photo: Barry Smith 270416BSF13 THE winds of change are set to blow through Walcha Shire, with the 2016 election throwing up a very, new-look council.

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  15. Barnaby Joyce won't release analysis of forced relocation of public servants to ArmidaleRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 10 | Sydney Morning Herald

    Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce has refused to publicly release a cost-benefit analysis of the effects of his decision to move 175 public servants from Canberra to Armidale. Barnaby Joyce has refused to publicly release a cost-benefit analysis of the effects of a decision to move the APVMA to Armidale.

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  16. Dead boy likely abused: Marist brothersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 8 | The Mercury

    The leader of the Marist Brothers in Australia has publicly acknowledged a 13-year-old Newcastle boy was probably sexually abused before his suicide more than 40 years ago. Andrew Nash went to Marist Brothers High School at Hamilton where, the royal commission has heard, boys were groped in class, abused in a chapel and raped in an office.

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  17. Grand final players scoop G4 AwardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 7 | Northern Daily Leader

    The Group 4 Awards night saw two B&F Awards shared between players that will meet in this weekends grand finals. Best and Fairest: North Tamworth skipper Scott Blanch took out the Player of the Year gong in Narrabri on Wednesday before he leads the troops out in Sunday's grand final.

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  18. Krygios storms home for Moree winRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 5 | Northern Daily Leader

    LEON Davies was as surprised as anyone when Krygios stormed home to win Sunday's Moree Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration Class 1 Handicap . The four-year-old bay gelding rushed home to overpower Colt Prosser's Stop The Fight and a second career win at his 11th start.

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  19. Eight big grand finals for Group 4Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 4 | Northern Daily Leader

    The new Group 4 format will offer up a bonanza of massive grand final clashes with eight titles going on the line A massive weekend of preliminary finals across three competitions has left Group 4 with some mouth watering grand finals next week as North Tamworth, Werris Creek and Manilla all host big days. Walcha will take both sides to grand final day in the Plate after the men beat Bingara to join their unbeaten female counterparts, who will clash with Bendemeer, while in the Shield Dungowan earnt a shot at Werris Creel with a tough 20-16 win at Uralla, with the Tigers girls fairing better, beating Boggabri for a shot at Kootingal.

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  20. Armidale Rural Australians for Refugees and Progressive Cinema present Chasing AsylumRead the original story

    Saturday Sep 3 | Green Left Weekly

    CHASING ASYLUM exposes the real impact of Australia's offshore detention policies and explores how 'The Lucky Country' became a country where leaders choose detention over compassion and governments deprive the desperate of their basic human rights. The film features never before seen footage from inside Australia's offshore detention camps, revealing the personal impact of sending those in search of a safe home to languish in limbo.

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