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2014/11/25 19:57
2014/11/25 19:57
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TELSTRA has won the right to build a telecommunications tower in the Kings Forest development area despite initial opposition from Tweed Shire Council. A 30m tower and an equipment shelter will be...
2014/11/25 19:57
2014/11/25 19:57
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2014/11/24 22:44
2014/11/24 22:44
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Your morning news wrap - what's happening around the Bathurst region. Today's photo of Carcoar Dam was taken by David Roma Photography. Beautiful light. If you have a photo you would like to share...
2014/11/24 17:44
2014/11/24 17:44
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Bathurst Regional Council is set to start an official analysis of its role in a Land and Environment Court case that has cost ratepayers hundreds of thousands of dollars. ANALYSIS: Bathurst Regional...
2014/11/23 23:46
2014/11/23 23:46
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The Clontarf chopper could face a fine of $2 million over the axe attack on 17 trees at the waterfront reserve. Police and Manly Council are investigating the crime that Manly Mayor Jean Hay called a...
2014/11/23 20:57
2014/11/23 20:57
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PARENTS and teachers of St Joseph's Primary School in Alstonville are eagerly awaiting the outcome of a development application to cut back nine historic fig trees that have posed a safety risk and...
2014/11/19 04:17
2014/11/19 04:17
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... news Mine plan puts Bulga back in firing line NSW government planners have recommended approval of a controversial Hunter Valley mine expansion, setting the scene for renewed confrontation...
2014/11/18 19:57
2014/11/18 19:57
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BYRON Bay has escaped the grip of big business trying to build a retail and apartment block out of character with its most coveted heritage precinct. Sydney developer Gordon Highlands Pty Ltd lost an...
2014/11/18 03:36
2014/11/18 03:36
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WITH A Tweed Shire Council legal action comfortably put to bed, controversial developer John Fish has announced he is set to log 2.4sq km of Limpinwood forest. The council recently overturned its...
2014/11/15 14:55
2014/11/15 14:55
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A family known as the Bondi hoarders have received notices that they must pay the costs of four council clean-ups. Notices have been served on the property owners known as the Bondi hoarders in a...
2014/11/15 08:22
2014/11/15 08:22
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The desire for a Macquarie Street sex shop has not wilted despite Dubbo City Council pushing for tougher regulations from the NSW Department of Planning. The desire for a Macquarie Street sex shop...
2014/11/14 14:15
2014/11/14 14:15
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A group of northern Illawarra residents has launched legal action against mining giant Gujarat NRE over longwall mining in a section of its Russell Vale colliery earlier this year. A group of...
2014/11/14 13:49
2014/11/14 13:49
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The potential use of cyanide at a goldmine east of Canberra by an operator fined for polluting river catchments on three occasions last year has been labelled "terrifying" by a local councillor,...
2014/11/14 01:36
2014/11/14 01:36
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LITTLE rodents have caused a big problem for Happy Paws Haven. The problem is so big that owner of the Eatonsville animal shelter Sally Rogers has gone back to the Land and Environment Court to ask...
2014/11/13 21:41
2014/11/13 21:41
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RESIDENTS of Nabiac and motorists cruising the Pacific Highway could have a smorgasboard of meals to choose from when two approved developments go ahead. PLANS AHEAD: The site for Nabiac’s approved...
2014/11/13 17:44
2014/11/13 17:44
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A Land and Environment Court challenge over a proposed kennel and cattery at Dunkeld would be doomed to fail, neighbours living near the site say. DOOMED: Neighbours of the proposed Dunkeld kennel...
2014/11/13 06:22
2014/11/13 06:22
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They held each other, they laughed and they cried. The women of East Dubbo have won, and they can hardly believe it. They held each other, they laughed and they cried. The women of East Dubbo have...
2014/11/12 13:48
2014/11/12 13:48
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Against proposal: Penny Hayman is alarmed by Unity Mining's desire to use cyanide near Majors Creek. Photo: Jay Cronan A goldminer fined for polluting water-catchment creeks three times last year...
2014/11/10 01:57
2014/11/10 01:57
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IT'S a stretch of beach that's culturally significant to the Garby Aboriginal community, yet the State Government sees the successful land rights claim between Corindi Beach and Red Rock as a test...
2014/11/08 14:55
2014/11/08 14:55
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A TREE-TOP vigil in the Leard State Forest has stretched into its fifth day as activists continue their campaign against Whitehaven Coal’s Maules Creek mine. A TREE-TOP vigil in the Leard State...
2014/11/07 20:57
2014/11/07 20:57
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IT'S a stretch of beach that's culturally significant to the Garby Aboriginal community, yet the State Government sees the successful land rights claim between Corindi Beach and Red Rock as a test...
2014/11/25 19:57
2014/11/25 19:57
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