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2014/08/21 11:19
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Yesterday we reported how town hall bosses agreed to bail out Salford Reds with £164,000 without the knowledge of the council’s chief executive, opposition or Labour councillors. But that came after...
2014/08/21 11:19
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2014/08/21 10:19
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Thousands of elderly and poorly people will be asked to pay for a ‘lifeline’ alarm button service as part of swingeing cuts by Salford council. The move by the council, to charge 2,600 people for the...
2014/08/19 16:12
2014/08/19 16:12
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The contenders are dropping like flies, but this year's Brownlow Medal could still provide a remarkable winner. It’s been 43 years since football last boasted a triple Brownlow medallist, and when...
2014/08/18 18:16
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NEW KENT – The dispute over the thoroughbred racing season is no closer to a resolution than when it officially went to court last month. According to Michael Kelly, representative for the attorney...
2014/08/17 11:42
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The contenders are dropping like flies, but this year's Brownlow Medal could still provide a remarkable winner. It’s been 43 years since football last boasted a triple Brownlow medallist, and when...
2014/08/17 09:10
2014/08/17 09:10
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The South Tyrone UFU Group has once again had an action packed spring and summer. In March members got the opportunity to test their driving skills at Todd’s Leap, Ballygawley. They enjoyed Off Road...
2014/08/16 14:31
2014/08/16 14:31
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GARY Ablett Snr knew little of the significance jumper No.5 held when he began training at Geelong in the summer of 1983-84. For Ablett jumper numbers were of little consequence as he tried to nail...
2014/08/14 03:23
2014/08/14 03:23
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A POLICE vessel that was named in honour of a former Yarraman officer was a great honour according to a colleague and a mate. Sergeant Steve Ryan said naming the new police boat after his slain...
2014/08/10 14:19
2014/08/10 14:19
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Objections have been lodged against plans to switch 8,500 council houses to private ownership. Labour politicians in Salford have spoken out about the move that would see the final tranche of town...
2014/08/10 05:29
2014/08/10 05:29
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GARY Ablett Snr knew little of the significance jumper No.5 held when he began training at Geelong in the summer of 1983-84. For Ablett jumper numbers were of little consequence as he tried to nail...
2014/08/07 07:19
2014/08/07 07:19
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POLAIR 2, Queensland Police's newest hi-tech crime-fighting partner, has earned its stripes in its first month in operation. The police helicopter, the state's second eye in the sky which comes at a...
2014/08/07 04:40
2014/08/07 04:40
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Snapshots don't always tell the whole story. Sometimes you need the moving picture. Fortunately for Cubs fans, both pictures are coming into focus and telling a pretty interesting tale and one we...
2014/08/07 04:27
2014/08/07 04:27
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The state government says its second “eye in the sky” is keeping people safe, releasing footage of a recent sting on Brisbane’s northside. The state government says its second “eye in the sky” is...
2014/08/07 03:30
2014/08/07 03:30
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QUEENSLAND'S parliament has voted down a bill to set up a convicted sex offenders register. KATTER'S Australian Party MP Shane Knuth introduced a bill on Wednesday night to allow the police...
2014/08/06 18:55
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WHILE Tamworth residents were still sleeping soundly at 4am yesterday, a band of dedicated hikers reached Tamworth after walking all night from Gunnedah in a bid to raise awareness about...
2014/08/06 05:34
2014/08/06 05:34
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A BOOST in police numbers combined with the use of innovative technology has translated into a drop in reported instances of crime across Queensland in the last financial year. "Eight hundred...
2014/08/06 03:31
2014/08/06 03:31
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AS we continue to make our way through each AFL club, today we look at the Saints and their greatest-ever jumper numbers. Does one stand head and shoulders above the rest? 1 — Trevor Barker, Harry...
2014/08/05 04:42
2014/08/05 04:42
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The investigation into the conduct of the head of Queensland’s crime and corruption watchdog is so complex, police cannot say when they will wrap it up. Police are investigating whether Ken Levy, the...
2014/08/05 02:24
2014/08/05 02:24
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The investigation into the head of Queensland's crime and corruption watchdog is so complex, police can't say when they will wrap it up. Police are investigating whether Ken Levy, the acting chair of...
2014/08/04 05:11
2014/08/04 05:11
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QUEENSLAND motorists and police will be safer as a result of newly designed police motorcycles, says the State Government. The bikes, which will be carrying enhanced visibility and road safety...
2014/08/21 11:19
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