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Tue 17 Sep 2019

CCTV: ‘Police had to tell woman she had been assaulted’

premium_icon CCTV: ‘Police had to tell woman she had been assaulted’

A WOMAN who was allegedly sexually assaulted while she slept in a taxi only discovered she had been attacked when police spoke to her. HAVE YOU SEEN THIS MAN?

How rural family is making a difference after rare diagnosis

premium_icon How rural family is making a difference after rare diagnosis

Less than a year after couple's youngest son was diagnosed the family is determined to make a difference.

Horror clean-up after semen explosion

premium_icon Horror clean-up after semen explosion

If you think you’re having a bad day at work, spare a thought for workers at a cattle-breeding facility who have this messy clean-up to deal with.

Broncos eye Holmes as saviour of Red Hill

premium_icon Broncos eye Holmes as saviour of Red Hill

New York Jets hopeful Valentine Holmes has been identified as a potential recruit for the Broncos should his NFL aspirations fade ahead of the 2020 NRL season.

Redbank Plains bushfire: Police confirm cause of blaze

premium_icon Redbank Plains bushfire: Police confirm cause of blaze

"We've had that many near misses... the amount of times I've had to call the police is a joke and that's why I've got cameras everywhere."

Fears confirmed: Less water for Rookwood Weir

premium_icon Fears confirmed: Less water for Rookwood Weir

Design change has big affect on weir

Your club’s ultimate Brownlow Medal guide

premium_icon Your club’s ultimate Brownlow Medal guide

Bragging rights are up for grabs at all 18 clubs come Brownlow night. Who will poll the most votes for your team? Check out our extensive analysis.

Val conquers the English Channel

premium_icon Val conquers the English Channel

On 5am, September 9, Val Kalmikovs became the first Latvian to swim the English Channel, crossing the ocean divide in 11 hours and 13 minutes through the night.

Councillor gets ejected from meeting

premium_icon Councillor gets ejected from meeting

DEBATE got heated and a councillor was ejected from Tuesday’s Livingstone Shire Council meeting.

Kids play chicken with peak hour traffic

premium_icon Kids play chicken with peak hour traffic

Police had to be called to stop three girls playing in school peak hour traffic.

Neighbour hits back at 'direct' puppy farm raids

premium_icon Neighbour hits back at 'direct' puppy farm raids

NEIGHBOURS of property owners raided by the RSPCA are hitting back with allegations of their own.

Pell launches last ditch bid for freedom

premium_icon Pell launches last ditch bid for freedom

GEORGE Pell has launched a last ditch bid to clear his name and overturn his child sex convictions by lodging his High Court appeal.

Roebucks win right to develop their land

premium_icon Roebucks win right to develop their land

Colin and Monica Roebuck scored a win for people power on Tuesday in a classic case of never giving up.

'Gut feel' contractors won't be paid: mine administrator

premium_icon 'Gut feel' contractors won't be paid: mine administrator

Well-known Monto business owed a shocking amount as administrator reveals Goondicum ilmenite mine was losing $1.5 million per month.

Traffic snarl after multi-vehicle crash on Bruce Highway

premium_icon Traffic snarl after multi-vehicle crash on Bruce Highway

Traffic is crawling on the Bruce Highway after a multi-vehicle crash

Plans continue to grow for Mt Morgan

premium_icon Plans continue to grow for Mt Morgan

Retail business the first in the town to take part in the Facade Improvement Scheme program.

Convicted fraud insists she never took $30k from friend

premium_icon Convicted fraud insists she never took $30k from friend

Kim Marie Scofield still proclaims innocence despite being convicted of defrauding more than $33,000 from her close friend and boss

PHOTOS: Police swarm university amid emergency lockdown

premium_icon PHOTOS: Police swarm university amid emergency lockdown

SCU is urging all students and staff members to stay inside, with the Lismore campus currently in emergency lockdown.

Drug runner carried date rape chemical across state lines

premium_icon Drug runner carried date rape chemical across state lines

DAVID Paul Lambert appeals jail term despite being convicted over two litres of date rape drug, ice and significant quantity of cocaine, marijuana and MDMA

Dream life comes at high price in CQ’s big dry

premium_icon Dream life comes at high price in CQ’s big dry

“We’re paying a fortune for horse feed. For a round bail of hay 12 months ago you paid $70-$80.”

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