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  1. Obeying road signs can make the differenceRead the original story

    Friday Jan 12 | Manning River Times

    Residents in the Gloucester region of rural New South Wales often wonder, why are there some many accidents at Giro? There have been six motor vehicle accidents at the same location at the bottom of Nowendoc Mountain on the Thunderbolts Way, north of Gloucester, from January 2017 to October 2017, including a double fatality. This notorious section of road lays at the bottom of a 936 metre descent in just over 12 kilometres from the Carson's Pioneer Lookout to Giro Road in Bretti.

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  2. Obeying road signs can make the differenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 11 | Wingham Chronicle

    Residents in the Gloucester region of rural New South Wales often wonder, why are there some many accidents at Giro? There have been six motor vehicle accidents at the same location at the bottom of Nowendoc Mountain on the Thunderbolts Way, north of Gloucester, from January 2017 to October 2017, including a double fatality. This notorious section of road lays at the bottom of a 936 metre descent in just over 12 kilometres from the Carson's Pioneer Lookout to Giro Road in Bretti.

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  3. Obeying road signs can make the differenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 9 | Gloucester Advocate

    Residents in the Gloucester region of rural New South Wales often wonder, why are there some many accidents at Giro? There have been six motor vehicle accidents at the same location at the bottom of Nowendoc Mountain on the Thunderbolts Way, north of Gloucester, from January 2017 to October 2017, including a double fatality. This notorious section of road lays at the bottom of a 936 metre descent in just over 12 kilometres from the Carson's Pioneer Lookout to Giro Road in Bretti.

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  4. Cyrus Monk: Musician, university student and Australian national championRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 6 | Cycling News

    On Saturday in Buninyong, Cyrus Monk made a name for himself winning the U23 national Australian road title . The 21-year-old only started racing in his final year of school.

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  5. Jenner and Sunderland pedal to national championship medalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 4 | Northern Daily Leader

    ON THE PODIUM: Under-23 time-trial winner Callum Scotson is flanked by Sam Jenner, left, and Jason Lea, right. Picture: CON CHRONIS A silver medal in the time trial has Sam Jenner confident as he prepares to defend his under 23 Road National Championship crown in Buninyong on Saturday.

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  6. revisiting the future of australia in cartoons past...Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 12, 2017 | Your Democracy

    B.E. Minns, painter, cartoonist and illustrator, was born on 17 November 1863 near Dungog in the NSW bush , son of Irish-born Bridget Murray, aged 17, who in 1869 married his father, George Minns, a farmer. The family lived near Inverell, where Minns began his art career at the age of 14 taking drawing lessons from an "old lady in the town" .

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  7. South Tamworth paceman bowls his way into Bush Blues sideRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 12, 2017 | Northern Daily Leader

    Well-deserved: South Tamworth quick Tom O'Neill will head to Western Australia in early January to play for NSW Country at the Australian Country Cricket Championships. The South Tamworth spearhead is set to join Souths and Tamworth team-mate Tom Groth in NSW Country colours after being called into the Bush Blues side for their Australian Country Championship tilt.

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  8. Barnaby Joyce flicks a man's hat off his head, says he's being stalkedRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 27, 2017 | Stuff.co.nz

    Former Australian deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce claims he is being stalked but won't deny flicking a man's hat off during a heated encounter in a New South Wales pub. Joyce is on the campaign trail in the seat of New England, seeking to be returned to the Parliament after he was disqualified by the High Court due to his New Zealand citizenship.

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  9. Chinese-Australians Ellen Tootong and Fong Mon HowRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 19, 2017 | ABC News

    Many photographs in the collection depict early Chinese settlers including Chen Quin Jack's sister-in-law, Ellen Tootong (L) who married Fong Mon How (R) of Inverell, NSW.

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  10. Woman's search for her Chinese Australian heritageRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 19, 2017 | ABC News

    When Kira Brown talks about her mixed Chinese and Anglo-Celtic heritage, she often receives one astounding response from people. "I try to explain to them that five generations ago, I had quite a bit of Chinese on my mother's side."

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  11. Hockey star preparing to represent her country in FijiRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 13, 2017 | Northern Daily Leader

    Now 19, the former Inverell player is in training for a trip to Fiji with the Australian Country under 21 hockey team. Hampton, who was on the 'pick up player list', played for South Australia at the Australian Country Championships in Townsville in August.

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  12. Wheels of fellowship in motion at district meeting of charityRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 11, 2017 | Northern Daily Leader

    FELLOWSHIP: Wendy Bennet, Karen Winters and Jacqui Everett at the Inner Wheel district meeting on Saturday night. Photo: Peter Hardin WHEELS were in motion for a conference of fellowship and charity as nearly 100 people converged on Tamworth for the Inner Wheel 855 district meeting over the weekend.

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  13. Double Eleven: the Chinese shopping festival that shows us the future of retailRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 11, 2017 | Sydney Morning Herald

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  14. Navy Cadets celebrate 70 years in the IllawarraRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 5, 2017 | Illawarra Mercury

    A third generation seedling of the Lone Pine at Gallipoli has been presented to Training Ship Albatross at Lake Illawarra to help mark 70 years of the Navy cadets in Wollongong. Every Saturday more than 50 cadets gather at TS Albatross near Illawarra Yacht Club but during the last month they have been active in many other places to celebrate the important anniversary.

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  15. Son faces life behind bars for mum's murderRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2017 | Northern Daily Leader

    Bradley Mottram faces a maximum penalty of life behind bars for the murder of his mother, Simone Mottram, in Inverell more than two years ago. Mottram, now aged 21, appeared in the NSW Supreme Court in Sydney on Friday for an arraignment where he formally pleaded guilty to the murder.

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  16. Ben Scowen named in North Coast team for Country ChampionshipsRead the original story

    Oct 26, 2017 | Manning River Times

    Ben Scowen will bat at three or four for North Coast in the Country Championships to be held at Inverell. Now Ben Scowen is the only Manning representative in the North Coast side to play in the NSW Country Championships at Inverell starting November 3. Scowen, 23, understands he'll bat in his preferred spot of three or four as North Coast look turn around some lean years at Country-level.

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  17. North West Commonwealth Games baton relay reps namedRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 17, 2017 | Northern Daily Leader

    HONOUR: Georgia Taggart, fourth from left, is one of two Tamworth representatives who will be involved in the Queen's baton relay for the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. The North West will have eight representatives when the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games baton relay winds its way through Australia.

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  18. Australia, cancel summer plansRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 10, 2017 | NEWS.com.au

    SOME states have been wishing for rain for weeks but be careful what you wish for Australia, because we're about to get a drenching. JUST like the Netflix show, Australia is in for a wet, hot summer as the rain we've all been waiting for hits with a vengeance - making our summer nights especially sticky.

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  19. McGrory aiming to restore Melbourne to Warrnambool's former gloryRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 11, 2017 | Cycling News

    Through his various team, race and media roles in recent seasons, Scott McGrory has arguably seen more of the National Road Series than most. With Cycling Victoria in need of a race director for the Melbourne to Warrnambool , it as no surprise that McGrory was approached to take on the role.

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  20. Inverell woman charged after 'trying to run over partner'Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 11, 2017 | Daily Mail

    'He jumped on me and tried to kiss me': Bond girl LA a Seydoux joins growing list of actresses accusing Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault Woman, 46, 'ran over her de facto partner and then tried to REVERSE over him' while he strolled down a country lane A woman has been charged after allegedly running over her de-facto partner - and then trying to reverse her Ford Falcon back over him. Police allege Josephine Peek, 46, ran the man down after spotting him walking down a country New South Wales lane about 2.15pm on Wednesday afternoon.

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