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  1. Australian Bauxite is on a roll with development of Campbell Town mining centreRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Age

    Australian Bauxite has been swift in developing its first bauxite mining centre near Campbell Town in Tasmania. Australian Bauxite mobilised the construction contractor to the site in December 2014 and was producing its first bauxite within three months.

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  2. Investigations into explosion at Yetman continueRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | ABC News

    Specialist forensic police have concluded the examination of the scene of an explosion at a rural property near Yetman, north of Inverell. Just after 7am on Friday, police and emergency services were called to the property on Bedwell Downs Road, with reports of a series of explosions and subsequent fire in a shipping container.

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  3. Brett Drewitt 5th in Chile ClassicRead the original story

    Sunday Mar 22 | ISeeekGolf

    Inverell's Brett Drewitt has finished in a share of 5th position at the Web.Com Tour's Chile Classic in Santiago, further confirming the promise he has already shown in his professional career which included a great season on the China Tour last year. Drewitt finished four shots behind the winner South African Dawie Van der Velt who won by two shots over American Erik Barnes.

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  4. Fine figure of an athlete shapes her own futureRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | Northern Daily Leader

    Yvette Brown, who hails from Tamworth but now calls the Sapphire City home is turning heads in her new body sculpting sport. "I represented Australia at the 2015 IFBB Arnold Schwarzenegger Sports Festival in Columbus, Ohio where I placed sixth among more than100 girls in the Figure Open Division," Brown told The Leader this week.

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  5. Up and At It | Wednesday, March 11, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 10 | Northern Daily Leader

    The idea of the meeting was for farming identities and community members to meet the candidates running for the seat of Northern Tablelands at the state election and ask questions. More here.

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  6. Up and At It | Wednesday, February 25, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 24, 2015 | Northern Daily Leader

    7.20am: THE long-awaited final sign-off for Shenhua's Watermark coal mine could come ahead of next month's NSW election as the mine becomes a campaign football. NORTH WEST SLOPES: Mostly sunny.

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  7. Former league legends hit Werris Creek on charity rideRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 23, 2015 | Northern Daily Leader

    THEY played more than 1900 first grade premierships games between them, won six NRL grand finals, played in almost 100 Tests for Australia and 84 State Of Origins but they were at Werris Creek's David Taylor Park yesterday afternoon playing touch with the local boys THEY played more than 1900 first grade premierships games between them, won six NRL grand finals, played in almost 100 Tests for Australia and 84 State Of Origins but they were at Werris Creek's David Taylor Park yesterday afternoon playing touch with the local boys Raising some hog fun in Werris Creek Magpie territory yesterday were Matt Cooper, Steve Menzies, Nathan Hindmarsh, Brad Fittler and Josh Perry and some of their new best friends.

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  8. Fighters rapt in 'The Carnage' at TamworthRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 13, 2015 | Northern Daily Leader

    ELBOWS were flying on Saturday at Chaffey's Black Belt Academy as a special guest nicknamed "The Carnage" and known for his prolific use of that particular body part was in town giving a seminar. ELBOWS were flying on Saturday at Chaffey's Black Belt Academy as a special guest nicknamed "The Carnage" and known for his prolific use of that particular body part was in town giving a seminar.

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  9. Star Maker makes most of festival opportunitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 2, 2015 | Northern Daily Leader

    THE Tamworth Country Music Festival is not just about the music, it's also about the networking and opportunities that arise from that. DEAL DONE: US-based publisher Dan Hodges, Brisbane-based producer for Dog Whistle Music Andrew Cochrane, Jared Porter and Dog Whistle Music's Tom Inglis.

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  10. Lawrie wants to change systemRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 1, 2015 | Northern Daily Leader

    CALL FOR REFORM: Ashford man Lawrie Higgins is determined to change the way the state removes children from their parents. Photo: Gareth Gardner 230115GGD01 It's an injustice that has been seared into his psyche for the past six decades.

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  11. German Marcel Kittel ready for Tour Down Under showdownRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 17, 2015 | Sydney Morning Herald

    As Heinrich Haussler was racing towards victory in the Australian road championships in Victoria last Sunday, top German sprinter Marcel Kittel was riding in the hills outside Adelaide in readiness for the Tour Down Under. Kittel , 26, and the winner of four stages in last year's Tour de France, knows that in this year's Tour Down Under he is regarded as the sprinter to beat - and that many will be primed to try and take his scalp.

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  12. Inverell cyclist reboots career with Aussie titleRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 12, 2015 | Northern Daily Leader

    BALLARAT: Heinrich Haussler fought back tears after he put his cycling career back on course with Sunday's dramatic Australian championship win at Buninyong. BALLARAT: Heinrich Haussler fought back tears after he put his cycling career back on course with Sunday's dramatic Australian championship win at Buninyong.

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  13. Haussler stuns at BuninyongRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 11, 2015 | Bendigo Advertiser

    TOO FAST: Heinrich Haussler wins the sprint for gold ahead of Caleb Ewan at the end of a dramatic duel for the Australian road cycling championship at Buninyong. Pictures: CYCLING AUSTRALIA THOUSANDS of fans watched Inverell's Heinrich Haussler win Sunday's thrilling duel for the elite men's road race crown at the finale to the Cycling Australia road championships at Buninyong.

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  14. Haussler scores big cycling winRead the original story

    Jan 11, 2015 | Yahoo!

    Heinrich Haussler fought back tears after he put his cycling career back on course with a dramatic Australian championship win. The 30-year-old from the NSW country town of Inverell, who switched from a German licence five years ago so he could race for Australia, will wear the green and gold champions' hoops on his jersey through this European season.

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  15. New England Police Commander farewelledRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 23, 2014 | ABC News

    After 41 years on the New South Wales Police force, New England Commander Superintendent Bruce Lyons has walked out of Armidale station for the final time. His police colleagues sent him off with a formal 'piping out' ceremony, with full pipes and drums band, wearing some of the Superintendent's vast collection of Akubra hats.

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  16. Hottest year on record as climate talks heat upRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 3, 2014 | The Age

    The World Meteorological Organisation told UN climate talks in Peru that 2014 is on course to be the hottest year on record. The world remains on course for its hottest year on record in 2014 with the potential for more heat extremes to come as greenhouse gases continue to climb, the World Meteorological Organisation told UN climate talks in Peru.

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  17. Farmers take meat processing on-farm to meet a boutique consumer marketRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 2, 2014 | ABC News

    There's a groundswell of farmers in New South Wales wanting to take the meat cleaver into their own hands. Independent processor Stephen Tamplin from Canowindra in central west New South Wales says he's had lots of calls from farmers wanting to give farm abattoirs a go.

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  18. Bureau reveals extent of record hot spring as dam levels plungeRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 2, 2014 | The Age

    Reservoir levels are plunging in the northern regions of the Murray-Darling Basin following a string of record-breaking heatwaves and poor spring rains, the Bureau of Meteorology said. At Copeton Dam, near Inverell in northern NSW, water levels plummeted to 26 per cent of capacity as of the end of last month, down from 64 per cent a year earlier.

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  19. Up and at it | Tuesday, November 18, 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 17, 2014 | Northern Daily Leader

    THE region's weather-beaten dairy and beef farmers will have "front door access" to the booming Chinese market following the signing of a historic free trade agreement between Australia and China. In today's Moree Champion , The Office of Local Government is currently conducting an investigation into the conduct of Councillor John Tramby during the ordinary council meeting on April 10 where he allegedly made derogatory statements to Councillors and council staff.

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  20. GALLERY: Pedal Power - Orange Cycle Club's historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 14, 2014 | Central Western Daily

    This photo was taken in 1908 at the corner of Anson and Summer streets at the Exchange Hotel. It is one of the earliest available photos of Orange Cycle Club activities.

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