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  1. Pirate Ben's runaway Taree Gold Cup winRead the original story w/Photo

    33 min ago | Wingham Chronicle

    Jockey Travis Wolfgram steers Pirate Ben to a comfortable win in the $80,000 Stacks Law Firm Taree Gold Cup at the Bushland Drive Racecourse on Sunday. The winner started at the lucrative odds of 25-1.

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  2. Supporter bus for grand finalRead the original story

    33 min ago | Wingham Chronicle

    On Sunday, the Wingham Tigers Reserve Grade team play in the Group 3 Rugby League Grand Final against the Port Macquarie Sharks at the Regional Stadium at Port Macquarie. There will be a supporter bus leaving the Australian Hotel at 9.15am on Sunday.

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  3. An udderly good time at Hannam ValeRead the original story w/Photo

    46 min ago | Manning River Times

    Bron Squire, Debiie Pulson, Hayley Robinson and Marello Robinson manning the baked goods stall. The village now wait for the national title of Australia's Legendary Capital 2017 to be announced.

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  4. NSW doctor stands defiant after Tinder date attackRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    'I still check under the bed': Doctor who was stabbed and doused in petrol by crazed Tinder date reveals her struggle to recover from the horrific attack The doctor who was stabbed 11 times and doused in petrol by her Tinder boyfriend hasn't let her ordeal defeat her as she speaks out in support of other domestic abuse victims. But despite being a source of inspiration for many, Angela Jay has revealed that the attack still haunts her to this day.

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  5. Return coastal train trek wantedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Northern Daily Leader

    In an online poll, more than 230 of The Leader 's readers showed their support for more regular access to the state's second-biggest city as the NSW government announced its plan to completely replace the regional train fleet. More than 37 per cent of respondents voted in favour of a return service to Newcastle, while 24 per cent leaned towards Sydney and 21 per cent wanted a daily Port Macquarie trek.

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  6. Bridge steps down as Bulls bow outRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Manning River Times

    Fullback Dean Mills failed to see the game out because of injury when Taree City went down to Macleay Valley in the Group Three Rugby League preliminary final. TAREE City coach Gary Bridge confirmed he won't be with the Bulls in the 2018 Group Three Rugby League season after his side was bundled out of the competition when beaten 28-18 in the preliminary final by Macleay Valley at at windswept Verge Street Oval at Kempsey.

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  7. Gosford gelding claims Hopkins-Livermore CupRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Manning River Times

    Ultimate Decision, trained by Taree's Ross Stitt and ridden by Matthew McGuren, took out the Page Eleven Marketing and Design Taree Benchmark 60 Handicap. Eight-year-old Gosford gelding Randiki was on his best behaviour in scoring in a blanket finish to the $32,000 Winning Post Function Centre Hopkins-Livermore Cup at Taree Wingham Race Club's second day of its Taree Cup carnival on Friday.

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  8. Internet buy Glitra looks to add a Taree Cup to her haulRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Sydney Morning Herald

    Grandmother Jan Tate will look to unseat the big stable of Kris Lees in Sunday's Taree Cup with Glitra, a horse she bought over the internet out of the group 1 Newcastle yard. Grandmother Jan Tate will look to unseat the big stable of Kris Lees in Sunday's Taree Cup with Glitra, a horse she bought over the internet out of the group 1 Newcastle yard.

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  9. Five Nats caught up in Section 44 dramaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 18 | Northern Daily Leader

    VETTING DRAMA: Matt Canavan , David Gillispie , Fiona Nash , Barry O'Sullivan and Barnaby Joyce , THE National's vetting processes has come under fire, with the future of five federal politicians - including the party's leader and deputy leader - left under a cloud of doubt from potential breaches of constitutional law. Section 44 has caught out some of the party's most senior members; Deputy Prime Minister and Nationals leader Barnaby Joyce, Deputy Nationals leader Fiona Nash, former Resources and Northern Australia Minister Matt Canavan.

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  10. Can Port's Glitra stop third win for Kris Lees in Taree Cup?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 17 | Wingham Chronicle

    Gold cup: Taree Wingham Race Club's premium racing event the Taree Cup begins Friday at the Bushland Drive track. History beckons should premier provincial trainer Kris Lees' gallopers be beaten by his former "pupil", Port Macquarie gelding Glitra, in the $80,000 Stacks Law Firm Taree Cup Showcase at Taree Wingham Race Club's $305,000 TAB meeting on Sunday.

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  11. Priscilla's life in racingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 17 | Manning River Times

    SHE was born into a racing family, spent 12 months training to be an airline hostess before becoming an apprentice jockey. However, injuries forced Priscilla Schmidt to retire from riding while she was carving out a successful career.

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  12. Art swap reaches seniors Down UnderRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 17 | Coast Reporter

    One of the artists, Irene Brougham, is Christenson's flower gardener. She exchanged postcards with Valmia in Australia.

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  13. Ryan makes a rare visitRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 17 | Manning River Times

    Rosehill trainer Gerald Ryan's Rosettas Whey will start in the $32,000 Hopkins-Livermore Cup at Taree on Friday Adrian Leyt will have the sit on the Gerald Ryan trained Rosettas Whey in today's Hopkins Livermore Cup at today's Taree-Wingham races. A RARE visit by one of Rosehill trainer Gerald Ryan's gallopers could pay dividends in the feature $32,000 Winning Post Function Centre Hopkins Livermore Cup at Taree for the $172,000 second day of the Taree Cup Carnival on Friday.

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  14. Josh Northam in doubt for Group Three finalRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 17 | Manning River Times

    TAREE City coach Gary Bridge will delay a decision on whether representative prop Josh Northam plays in tomorrow's Group Three Rugby League preliminary final against Macleay at Kempsey until tomorrow morning. Northam injured his wrist in Taree's gritty 32-28 win over Port Macquarie last Saturday.

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  15. Young regional ballet dancers mentored via virtual realityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 16 | ABC News

    Distance is proving no obstacle for young regional dancers looking to gain valuable skills from mentors, thanks to virtual reality. The technology has transported regional dance students from their hometowns in regional New South Wales, to backstage with The Australian Ballet in Melbourne, more than 1,000 kilometres away.

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  16. Unusual winter warmth predicted to extend through spring for most of AustraliaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 16 | Sydney Morning Herald

    Most of Australia can expect a hotter-than-average spring driven in part by unusually warm waters off the east coast, increasing the chances of an early and active fire season in the south-east. Forest regions of NSW, including areas around Sydney, are rapidly drying out, raising the risk of early and significant fire activity this bushfire season.

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  17. 'Harold is greatly missed'aRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 16 | Fairfield City Champion

    Earlier this year long-time Canley Vale resident Harold Charles Munro died peacefully at Port Macquarie Base Hospital. He was 92 years old.

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  18. Jetting into cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 16 | Northern Daily Leader

    PACES: The Newcastle Jets go through their paces at Scully Park on Wednesday following a win against Mid North Coast in Port Macquarie the day before. Photo: Gareth Gardner ATTACKING football.

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  19. Preview: Raiden primed to hit backRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 16 | The Mercury

    RAIDEN was the proverbial good thing beaten first-up at Port Macquarie and Kris Lees tipped the Australian Bloodstock-owned four-year-old to repay his faithful supporters at Gosford on Thursday. Raiden went around a $1.28 favourite first-up at Port Macquarie but missed the start by four lengths before running on to finish third, beaten less than two lengths.

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  20. Parliament citizenship crisis: Labor planning counter-attack if...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 16 | The Age

    Labor is planning a dramatic counterattack against Coalition MPs if the Turnbull government "goes nuclear" and starts unilaterally referring opposition MPs to the High Court over citizenship doubts. Fairfax Media understands the ALP has a hit list of eight Coalition MPs - in the Senate and the House of Representatives - that it believes still have unanswered questions about possible dual citizenship.

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