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2014/04/21 01:26
2014/04/21 01:26
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Neville Wran: State funeral confirmed as tributes flow for 'tough, smart' former NSW Labor premier Both sides of politics are paying tribute to former New South Wales premier Neville Wran, as the...
2014/04/21 01:26
2014/04/21 01:26
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2014/04/14 06:18
2014/04/14 06:18
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AS contracted cleaners work tirelessly in the rain to clear the rubbish from the Bobolas home, the family is stashing as much of their discarded belongings as possible at a house around the...
2014/04/14 02:20
2014/04/14 02:20
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GREATER Hume Council has budgeted to spend up to $40,000 defending the Southern Joint Regional Planning Authority’s refusal to permit a compost plant on farmland near Gerogery. GREATER Hume Council...
2014/04/11 20:24
2014/04/11 20:24
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If one definition of the word prostitute is ''to sell one's talents for an unworthy purpose'', then how should we describe what economic consultants do? These people dream up seemingly economic...
2014/04/10 23:18
2014/04/10 23:18
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THE clean-up has commenced at Sydney’s most notorious hoarding family’s home. Three trucks and 11 workers have started the arduous task of clearing all the rubbish and junk from the Bobolas family...
2014/04/08 00:55
2014/04/08 00:55
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Residents of the hamlet of Bulga in the Upper Hunter say Rio Tinto should accept the verdicts of two courts and drop plans to extend its Warkworth open-cut coal mine. Residents of the hamlet of Bulga...
2014/04/05 16:55
2014/04/05 16:55
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More Sydney home owners are set to receive one of the worst letters possible - a notice their property will be compulsorily acquired, a prelude to being bulldozed to make way for massive...
2014/04/05 02:05
2014/04/05 02:05
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It would be every Sydney shopkeeper's fantasy to have three generations of Packer women in store for the day, and on Friday David Jones chief executive Paul Zahra was living it. Matriarch Ros Packer,...
2014/04/04 00:27
2014/04/04 00:27
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The Environment Protection Authority can then investigate the report and have the option of referring confirmed breaches to either the Minister for Environment or the Minister for Primary Industries...
2014/04/01 22:43
2014/04/01 22:43
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A SURVEY has reiterated Jamberoo residents's calls for a town meeting to discuss the village's future, saying their views are being ignored by Kiama Council. A SURVEY has reiterated Jamberoo...
2014/03/31 16:56
2014/03/31 16:56
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Before November 2012, there was no means of appeal against a council decision on land zoning. Before November 2012, there was no means of appeal against a council decision on land zoning. A...
2014/03/31 14:26
2014/03/31 14:26
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In the New South Wales Hunter Valley, residents of the tiny village of Bulga are gearing up for the latest battle in their long-running attempt to protect their village being swallowed by coal...
2014/03/31 14:26
2014/03/31 14:26
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Rio Tinto lodges new mining plans Rio Tinto has stunned Hunter Valley residents by announcing it is seeking planning approval for a major expansion of its controversial Mt Thorley Warkworth...
2014/03/31 14:26
2014/03/31 14:26
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Controversial Upper Hunter mine extension approved A controversial mine extension in the Upper Hunter has been approved, amid court action for a much larger expansion. Rio Tinto says in order for...
2014/03/31 05:15
2014/03/31 05:15
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Plans to introduce a policy for short-term holiday rental accommodation in Shellharbour City have been put on hold by councillors pending further information and a closer look into governance...
2014/03/29 13:48
2014/03/29 13:48
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Rubbish litters the yard of the Bondi home. It is 7.05 on Saturday morning and the hoarders whose Bondi house is famously piled with rubbish are having a good sleep - in their hire van. Mary Bobolas...
2014/03/28 14:15
2014/03/28 14:15
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After more than 100 years of coke production, the Corrimal Cokeworks is closing its doors. Historic: The business has been producing coke for over 100 years. After more than 100 years of coke...
2014/03/26 19:57
2014/03/26 19:57
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Story Tools HAPPY Paws Haven has halved the number of dogs in its care as the owner works towards a more harmonious future. Since opening in 2009, the Eatonsville animal rescue shelter has been the...
2014/03/25 22:41
2014/03/25 22:41
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THE final chapter in the proposal for a bioclinic at Wallabi Point was staged this week. THE final chapter in the proposal for a bioclinic at Wallabi Point was staged this week. More than a year...
2014/03/25 19:57
2014/03/25 19:57
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Court case may be looming over Station St development Story Tools BYRON Shire Council's decision to knock back a $5 million development in Bangalow may be appealed in the Land and Environment...
2014/04/21 01:26
2014/04/21 01:26
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