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What's in the Weekend Bully?

SOME of the stories in the Weekend Bulletin:

  • 1 driving mistake, 6 months jail time. The night an overtaking manoeuvre went fatally wrong and changed the lives of two CQ families forever.

 

  • Don't let coal ports destroy the coast we toast, says a yachtie.

 

  • Let's get ready to rumble - Carter and Ludwig are at it again.

 

  • Which band will headline Rockfest? Hint - securing them is mission accomplished for event organisers.

Topics:  carter, coal port, fatal crash, rockfest




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