• Police close Ipswich train station after shooting - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    Police close Ipswich train station after shooting
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    UPDATE 5.40PM: POLICE have established a crime scene at Ipswich train station after a man was shot this afternoon. A police spokesperson the entrance to the station would be closed into the night as police continued their investigation. The ...and more »
  • Jeff Horn enters househunting ring - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    Jeff Horn enters househunting ring
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    FORMER world boxing champion Jeff Horn has thrown his hat into a new ring in his bid to find a multimillion-dollar home for his young family. Bidders at one of the biggest auctions Brisbane has seen so far this year found themselves rubbing shoulders ...
  • Dramatic FBI raid on sunspot observatory a mystery - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    Dramatic FBI raid on sunspot observatory a mystery
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    IT sounds like the opening scene of a conspiracy-theory movie. But this time, it's real. US federal agents have swarmed onto a mountaintop observatory from a Black Hawk helicopter, ordering staff to leave and sealing the facility off from the public ...and more »
  • Prisoner found dead in Queensland jail cell - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    Prisoner found dead in Queensland jail cell
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    The inmate was found by guards in a shared cell at around 11.30pm on Saturday at the Arthur Gorrie Correctional Centre. Prison officers administered CPR however he was declared dead when paramedics arrived around midnight, a Queensland Corrective ...
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  • Grafton hosts Born and Bred Music Fest - WBOY.com

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    Grafton hosts Born and Bred Music Fest
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    GRAFTON, W.Va. - Grafton is an area in the state that has always been a strong supporter of the arts and on Saturday Grafton celebrated the artists from the area by hosting the Born and Bred Music Fest. This music festival was hosted at the Tygart ...
  • Pirates invade Alex Bell Park for treasure - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    Pirates invade Alex Bell Park for treasure
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    ARGH, Pirate Park was full of young parrot-loving, scurvy-infested, mutinous rogue pirates at the weekend as Clarence Valley Council held their community consultation day for new play equipment at the park. The upgrade will see the park, officially ...
  • Hewitt's brave stand keeps Aussies in Davis Cup - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    Hewitt's brave stand keeps Aussies in Davis Cup
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    LLEYTON Hewitt has rolled back the years alongside John Peers to beat Austria's Jurgen Melzer and Oliver Marach 6-2 6-4 3-6 7-5 and keep alive Australia's hopes in the Davis Cup playoff in Graz. Team captain Hewitt, playing in his 80th match in the ...and more »
  • Elderly abuse prompts royal commission - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    Elderly abuse prompts royal commission
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    PRIME Minister Scott Morrison will announce a royal commission into the aged care sector following appalling cases of abuse of elderly people, it's been reported. Mr Morrison will announce the inquiry on Sunday, with the decision triggered in part by ...and more »
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  • James Weir Reviews: Scary reality of Insta influencers - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    James Weir Reviews: Scary reality of Insta influencers
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    NOTHING is more intimidating or dangerous than being locked in a room full of Instagram influencers. Every move is captured, every word recorded. Make one embarrassing facial expression and you could be forever ruined by a single post. This week, a ...and more »
  • Friends star reveals three-month hospital battle - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    Friends star reveals three-month hospital battle
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    FRIENDS star Matthew Perry has revealed he has spent three months in hospital following surgery to repair a ruptured bowel. Last month, a spokeswoman for the actor, 49, said he underwent an operation in Los Angeles and was "grateful for the concern and ...
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  • Why women have sex with female escorts - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    Why women have sex with female escorts
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    WHEN I heard last week that recording artist Lily Allen had admitted to sleeping with female escorts during her 2014 Sheezus tour, I have to confess that I barely batted an eyelid. After all, paying a beautiful woman to warm your bed is surely a ...
  • Loan from mum turned into $15m - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    Loan from mum turned into $15m
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    As a keen snowboarder, he just wanted a "way to get to the snow". The following year he took a group over to the Japanese alpine village of Hakuba, the site of the 1998 Winter Olympics that has become one of the world's top skiing destinations. "That ...and more »
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  • 'Abhorrent': Wallabies attacked - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    'Abhorrent': Wallabies attacked
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    THE ugly moment Wallabies players were attacked by livid fans on the Gold Coast has been captured live on TV by Fox Sports cameras. Fans appeared to berate Wallabies players on the sidelines after Australia's dramatic loss to Argentina at Cbus Super ...and more »
  • Dark history of Backstreet Boys - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    Dark history of Backstreet Boys
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    IN 2018, the Backstreet Boys celebrated their 25th year in the music industry. You'd be forgiven for thinking the band has long since disbanded and been absorbed into the collective memories of nineties tweens, long since grown up. But you would also ...
  • Learn from one the Valley's own authors - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    Learn from one the Valley's own authors
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    GRAFTON author, Claire Aman, will visit the Grafton library later this month for an author visit and writing workshop. Claire's book Bird Country was published in 2017 during Grafton's Jacaranda Festival. The collection of short stories are mostly of ...
  • One dead, four injured in roll over - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    One dead, four injured in roll over
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    Shortly after 10.30pm yesterday (Friday 14 September 2018), a Nissan Patrol with four men on board was travelling west on Old Glen Innes Road, Newton Boyd, when it left the road and rolled several times down an embankment. Three of the men were able ...and more »
  • Bears, Royals to turn it on on grand final stage - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    Bears, Royals to turn it on on grand final stage
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    PREMIER LEAGUE: There are few things in life that are certain: death, taxes and knowing City Bears and Royals will turn it on against when they play each other. The two rivals have had storied battles already this season with the ledger sitting at 3-2 ...
  • Old rivalries reignite on the court - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    Old rivalries reignite on the court
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    BASKETBALL: Old rivalries will be reignited on the court at Grafton Sports Centre today as the reformed Yamba Trawlers senior men's side aims a raid on the Grafton Vikings. It will be a chance for former Vikings guard Jack Roberts-Field to go up ...
  • Grafton suffering from youth unemployment - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    Grafton suffering from youth unemployment
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    SINCE 2014, national youth employment rates have been suffering, but few regions are suffering greater than the Grafton area. Joblessness among Australian youth aged 15-24 is currently just above 12 per cent while Grafton's is a whopping 22.5 per cent.
  • Salvos ride into Grafton for homeless - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    Salvos ride into Grafton for homeless
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    SIXTEEN cyclists rolled into Grafton yesterday six days into a 1000km, nine-day mission to ride from Sydney to Brisbane. While their legs were sore and aching, the challenge is for a good cause. The riders are part of the Salvation Army's Ride for ...
  • The top bets from Greg Polson for Grafton Thursday - Racenet

    The top bets from Greg Polson for Grafton Thursday
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    It's a mammoth 10-race program at Grafton on Thursday with the winners well disguised however we have come up with three horses that look value in the early betting markets. JAHEZ (Race 2 No 11) As a general rule I tend to steer away from first ...
  • Raceday focus: Preview and tips for Grafton - Daily Telegraph

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    Raceday focus: Preview and tips for Grafton
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    TRAINER Daniel Bowen sees no reason why an in-from and happy Peak Hill can't continue his winning run at Grafton on Thursday despite rising a little in weight. The four-year-old has only been with Bowen for half a dozen starts after he came to him as ...and more »
  • 50 years of 2hr parking in Grafton - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    50 years of 2hr parking in Grafton
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    FIFTY years ago today two-hour parking was enforced for the first time in Prince St between Pound and Fitzroy streets in Grafton. Printed in The Daily Examiner on September 11 1968 was an article aptly named 'Two-Hour Parking Restriction in Main ...
  • New Grafton Bridge project enters next phase - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    New Grafton Bridge project enters next phase
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    AFTER working on the Harwood Bridge project for the past nine months, a 55 metre-long barge will return to the new Grafton Bridge project this week. Roads and Maritime Services previously deplyed the barge Rebecca Lily to Grafton last December for a ...
  • Grafton hang-gliding pioneers - ABC News

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    Grafton hang-gliding pioneers
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    Fifty-five years after the first flight of a hang-glider in a water skiing stunt on the Clarence River at Grafton in New South Wales, the boat driver Pat Crowe has been awarded the 2018 Hang Gliding Diploma by the Federation Aeronautique Internationale.
  • Your thoughts on Yamba traffic lights debate - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    Your thoughts on Yamba traffic lights debate
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    CLARENCE Valley Council has spoken, but Daily Examiner readers are still passionately debating the Yamba traffic lights issue. On Tuesday we decided to run a poll to see what our readers thought about the proposal to install traffic lights at the ...
  • Letters to the Editor: Sept 5 - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    Letters to the Editor: Sept 5
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    IN response to a letter (Tues 4/9/18) by Mr Ibbotson of Gulmarrad, I am amazed at this recent arrival's lack of knowledge and disregard of facts. The development plan for West Yamba was to have a roundabout further west of Treelands Dr intersection but ...
  • Wall St couple's controversial 'rich' hacks - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    Wall St couple's controversial 'rich' hacks
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    CHAD Janis and wife Hannah were raking in the cash in their high-flying Wall Street jobs - but they had a plan all along to break free. The self-described "minimalists" moved to New York last year with just six suitcases to their names, after ...and more »
  • Property market makes gains on south side of town - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    Property market makes gains on south side of town
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    WHILE the average sale price for a property in South Grafton is lower than most other Grafton suburbs, the gap is closing. South Grafton dwellings sold for an average of $260,000 in the six months up to July 31 this year, compared to $320,000 in ...
  • A man's journey to find his cultural roots - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    A man's journey to find his cultural roots
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    From Urunga, Mr Canning came to Clarence Valley to learn about his grandmother's side of the family - "because Mum was stolen generation and I came up this way to meet some of the Robinson family and the Laurie family,” he said. "My grandmother was a ...
  • Die Hard 6 title and plot details revealed - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    Die Hard 6 title and plot details revealed
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    DESPITE rumours to the contrary, it appears Bruce Willis is coming back to the Die Hard franchise in a big way. The biggest clue? The movie is being named after his hard-cut NYPD cop character, John McClane. In a recent interview with Empire Magazine, ...and more »
  • Bride slammed for 'narcissistic' act - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    Bride slammed for 'narcissistic' act
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    A BRIDE was criticised as "vain" and "narcissistic" after she wore five dresses worth over $90,000 ($A125k) to her two weddings - but she claims she really isn't a bridezilla. Rachel Ward, a 27-year-old fashion blogger from England, received multiple ...and more »
  • Swimming helps Callum muscle in on medals - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    Swimming helps Callum muscle in on medals
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    WHEN Callum Simpson was two years old, doctors told his parents he would never be able to run, jump, climb or swim like other children due to a muscular condition. His mother, Rebecca, said it was tough to hear that news but it made the family ...and more »
  • The best time of your life revealed - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    The best time of your life revealed
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    SOME people love getting older but for many, the best time of their lives was when they were aged in their 20s and 30s. A new survey has revealed that many seniors still look on their early adult years as the most enjoyable period of their lives ...
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  • 'Poison drink': Ex-lover accused of kill threat - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    'Poison drink': Ex-lover accused of kill threat
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    AN AUSTRALIAN man on trial for child abduction in Bali has made a dramatic courtroom claim that his estranged partner has paid jail gangs to kill him. The former Melbourne man claimed that the gangs then offered for him to pay them protection money in ...and more »
  • Malcolm Turnbull could make a fortune off NY pad - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    Malcolm Turnbull could make a fortune off NY pad
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    MALCOLM Turnbull could make a fortune selling his New York multi-pad, given a five bedroom multi-unit in the building has hit the market for an eye-watering $22m. The newly listed $22m apartment, several floors above the Turnbulls, hit the market for ...
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  • Gomez opens up on Lovato's overdose - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    Gomez opens up on Lovato's overdose
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    The 26-year-old, who has had a rocky friendship with Lovato since they first appeared together on Barney and Friends, says she loves the Cool for the Summer singer. Related Items. The dark lives of Disney princesses · Demi overdosed on drug that killed ...
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  • Officials slam Trump as 'idiot' - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    Officials slam Trump as 'idiot'
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    WATERGATE journalist Bob Woodward has detailed insults about US President Donald Trump's intelligence from his own senior staff, including chief of staff John Kelly. Mr Kelly reportedly called Mr Trump an "idiot" and said in a meeting with a small ...and more »
  • Meghan's power pantsuit after minidress - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    Meghan's power pantsuit after minidress
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    MEGHAN Markle's royal duties are continuing in London this week, and this time she's suited up for the occasion in one of her signature tuxedos. The Duchess of Sussex opted for a chic, black pantsuit from US label Altuzarra for her first appearance at ...
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  • Bikini model sitting not so pretty in jail - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    Bikini model sitting not so pretty in jail
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    A BIKINI model with a lengthy rap sheet has sparred with a Supreme Court judge, who told her she was a very high risk of committing further crimes if released on bail. Patrice Ruby Poutu, 31, formerly of Chevron Island on the Gold Coast, represented ...and more »
  • Transgender kids numbers surge by 200 per cent - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    Transgender kids numbers surge by 200 per cent
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    TEACHERS are now being taught to spot potential transgender students in the classroom - with experts claiming the move has contributed to a 236 per cent surge in the number of kids wanting to change sex in the past three years. The training has been ...and more »
  • Novichok victim 'close to death' - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    Novichok victim 'close to death'
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    NOVICHOK victim Charlie Rowley has lost hope and doesn't have long left to live, his brother has said. The Sun reports that the 45-year-old is now totally blind and has lost the use of his limbs after being diagnosed with meningitis just weeks after he ...
    Novichok victim Charlie Rowley reveals plans to leave hospital 'in weeks' – after brother claims he 'doesn't have ...The Sunall 51 news articles »
  • Toilet trouble: Woman does huge poo in driveway - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    Toilet trouble: Woman does huge poo in driveway
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    A BRITISH woman has been caught on CCTV creeping into a driveway to do an enormous poo in broad daylight. University students Hannah Lawton, 21, and Harris Stodell, 20, from Cheltenham in Gloucestershire, became suspicious when they noticed the ...and more »
  • ISLAND HOSTAGES: Luxury resort held at gunpoint - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    ISLAND HOSTAGES: Luxury resort held at gunpoint
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    ARMED gunmen held 20 tourists hostage before robbing them during a raid at a luxury resort in Papua New Guinea last week. About 20 foreign tourists from North America, Asia and Europe were involved in the attack at the Tawali Resort, in the southeast ...
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  • HOCKEY MASTER: Terrey takes out Senior Sportsperson - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    HOCKEY MASTER: Terrey takes out Senior Sportsperson
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    SENIOR SPORTSPERSON: Representing your country is a privilege and thrill at any age, and it was an opportunity that Dr Andrew Terrey experienced first-hand when he pulled on the green and gold of Australia at the Grand Masters World Cup in Barcelona.
  • Funeral for one of the Valley's indigenous champions - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    Funeral for one of the Valley's indigenous champions
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    THE CLARENCE Valley will have a chance to farewell one of its great indigenous and community champions, Pauline Nola Gordon, tomorrow. Mrs Gordon, of Grafton and Baryulgil, died on August 27, aged 85. She was the the widow of Ken 'Linky' Gordon.
  • Grafton painted yellow for RU OK? convoy - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    Grafton painted yellow for RU OK? convoy
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    THE purple city was awash with bright yellow when the R U OK? Conversation Convoy pulled into Grafton this morning. With R U OK? ambassador Tullara Connors at the helm of the Clarence leg of their 14,000km journey across Australia, people from all ...
  • Council decides fate of Yamba intersection - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    Council decides fate of Yamba intersection
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    The Daily Examiner journalist Caitlan Charles is on the scene of the Clarence Valley Council extraordinary meeting to determine the fate of the ongoing Yamba traffic lights debate in this rolling coverage special. Stay tuned for Caitlan Charles' full ...
  • Minkey Hockey at Grafton - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    Minkey Hockey at Grafton
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    Action from Legends Field as the future stars of Minkey hockey played for the final time this season on Saturday, 3rd September, 2018. You should also read. GALLERY: Minkey hockey players take DEX back to school. Hockey The Daily Examiner sports ...
  • Cheika beefs-up Wallabies for 'Boks test - Grafton Daily Examiner

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    Cheika beefs-up Wallabies for 'Boks test
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    BRUMBIES lock Rory Arnold has stormed into Test contention to face South Africa at Suncorp Stadium on Saturday with his inclusion in a revised 31-man Wallabies' squad. The freshly-crowned Brumbies Player of The Year produced an influential display for ...and more »