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Farming Life
Holstein Show boasts £4,000 prize fundPlans are well underway for the 2016 Irish National Holstein Show at the Pedigr
Holstein Show boasts £4,000 prize fund
Farming Life / Posted yesterday
Plans are well underway for the 2016 Irish National Holstein Show at the Pedigree Sales Arena, Moira, on Friday, March 4. The show commences at 6.30pm and judging is in the capable hands of Welshman Iwan Morgan from the noted Erie Herd based at... Read more
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Revelstoke Review
Revelstoke junior squash team getting noticedThis weekend, Revelstoke's junior squash team will be facing one of their bigge
Revelstoke junior squash team getting noticed
Revelstoke Review / Posted yesterday
This weekend, Revelstoke's junior squash team will be facing one of their biggest tests yet when they head to the Pacific Northwest Junior Open in Victoria. There, they'll compete against the best young squash players from across western Canada,... Read more
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Farming Life
Relough’s supreme champion leads Holstein bull entry at 3,220gnsThe McLean family’s renowned Relough prefix hit the headlines, claiming the sup
Relough’s supreme champion leads Holstein bull entry at 3,220gns
Farming Life / Posted 2 days ago
The McLean family’s renowned Relough prefix hit the headlines, claiming the supreme overall championship and a top price of 3,220gns at Holstein NI’s 26th annual spring show and sale. Sale leader and winner of the PLI award was Relough Future ET PLI... Read more
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The Age
Redflow plays on Aussie heritage as it takes on Tesla PowerwallRedflow executive chairman Simon Hackett has Redfllow batteries installed in hi
Redflow plays on Aussie heritage as it takes on Tesla Powerwall
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
Redflow executive chairman Simon Hackett has Redfllow batteries installed in his business park in Adelaide. Photo: David Mariuz Home-grown battery developer Redflow has announced late March for the launch of its home battery storage system as it... Read more
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iTWire
Redflow prepares for residential battery releaseRedflow (ASX:RFX) said the trial, in conjunction with the company’s Africa inte
Redflow prepares for residential battery release
iTWire / Posted 2 days ago
Redflow (ASX:RFX) said the trial, in conjunction with the company’s Africa integrator, had met the objective of delivering reliable power in an unreliable energy grid environment. “After the success of this trial, done in conjunction with our... Read more
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The Post & Mail
THROWBACK THURSDAY: 1928 Columbia City football teamThe 1928 Columbia City High School football team. On the line from left: Gordon
THROWBACK THURSDAY: 1928 Columbia City football team
The Post & Mail / Posted 5 days ago
The 1928 Columbia City High School football team. On the line from left: Gordon Chapman, Irvin Hartman, Worth Waugh, George Holderman, Don Staples, Herb Pence and Pete Lower. In the backfield: quarterback Stuart Smith and standing from left: Carl... Read more
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Farming Life
Relough’s supreme champion leads Holstein bull entry at 3,220gnsThe McLean family’s renowned Relough prefix hit the headlines, claiming the sup
Relough’s supreme champion leads Holstein bull entry at 3,220gns
Farming Life / Posted 9 days ago
The McLean family’s renowned Relough prefix hit the headlines, claiming the supreme overall championship and a top price of 3,220gns at Holstein NI’s 26th annual spring show and sale. Sale leader and winner of the PLI award was Relough Future ET PLI... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Roadside drug driving tests mysterious and uncertain, magistrate saysThe roadside drug testing regime used by NSW police to charge record numbers of
Roadside drug driving tests mysterious and uncertain, magistrate says
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 days ago
The roadside drug testing regime used by NSW police to charge record numbers of motorists with drug- driving offences has been criticised by a NSW magistrate. Photo: Rohan Thomson The roadside drug testing regime used by NSW police to charge record... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Roadside drug driving tests mysterious and uncertain, magistrate saysThe roadside drug testing regime used by NSW police to charge record numbers of
Roadside drug driving tests mysterious and uncertain, magistrate says
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 11 days ago
The roadside drug testing regime used by NSW police to charge record numbers of motorists with drug driving offences, has been criticised by a NSW magistrate for its opaqueness over how the tests operate. The roadside drug testing regime used by NSW... Read more
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The Young Witness
Roadside drug driving tests mysterious and uncertain, magistrate saysThe roadside drug testing regime used by NSW police to charge record numbers of
Roadside drug driving tests mysterious and uncertain, magistrate says
The Young Witness / Posted 11 days ago
The roadside drug testing regime used by NSW police to charge record numbers of motorists with drug driving offences, has been criticised by a NSW magistrate for its opaqueness over how the tests operate. The roadside drug testing regime used by NSW... Read more
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Western Advocate
Roadside drug driving tests mysterious and uncertain, magistrate saysThe roadside drug testing regime used by NSW police to charge record numbers of
Roadside drug driving tests mysterious and uncertain, magistrate says
Western Advocate / Posted 11 days ago
The roadside drug testing regime used by NSW police to charge record numbers of motorists with drug driving offences, has been criticised by a NSW magistrate for its opaqueness over how the tests operate. The roadside drug testing regime used by NSW... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Roadside drug driving tests mysterious and uncertain, magistrate saysThe roadside drug testing regime used by NSW police to charge record numbers of
Roadside drug driving tests mysterious and uncertain, magistrate says
Daily Liberal / Posted 11 days ago
The roadside drug testing regime used by NSW police to charge record numbers of motorists with drug driving offences, has been criticised by a NSW magistrate for its opaqueness over how the tests operate. The roadside drug testing regime used by NSW... Read more
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The Border Mail
Roadside drug driving tests mysterious and uncertain, magistrate saysThe roadside drug testing regime used by NSW police to charge record numbers of
Roadside drug driving tests mysterious and uncertain, magistrate says
The Border Mail / Posted 11 days ago
The roadside drug testing regime used by NSW police to charge record numbers of motorists with drug driving offences, has been criticised by a NSW magistrate for its opaqueness over how the tests operate. The roadside drug testing regime used by NSW... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Roadside drug driving tests mysterious and uncertain, magistrate saysThe roadside drug testing regime used by NSW police to charge record numbers of
Roadside drug driving tests mysterious and uncertain, magistrate says
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 11 days ago
The roadside drug testing regime used by NSW police to charge record numbers of motorists with drug driving offences, has been criticised by a NSW magistrate for its opaqueness over how the tests operate. The roadside drug testing regime used by NSW... Read more
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Northern Echo
New micro pub on the cards for MarskeCllr John Lambert, the chairman of Saltburn, Marske and New Marske Parish Counc
New micro pub on the cards for Marske
Northern Echo / Posted 16 days ago
Cllr John Lambert, the chairman of Saltburn, Marske and New Marske Parish Council, told members of the committee that the only concern the parish had was over the opening hours but accepted that was a licensing condition rather than a planning... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Silver Fern flag gets MPs' backing41 per cent will vote to change our national flag. Prime Minister John Key wan
Silver Fern flag gets MPs' backing
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 16 days ago
41 per cent will vote to change our national flag. Prime Minister John Key wants a new flag, and said he would vote for the Kyle Lockwood-designed Silver Fern (Black, White and Blue). Photo / Mark Mitchell MPs are in favour of a change of national... Read more
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Northern Star
School zones are now in force againPOLICE are reminding drivers school zones are now active from 8am to 9.30am and
School zones are now in force again
Northern Star / Posted 16 days ago
POLICE are reminding drivers school zones are now active from 8am to 9.30am and 2.30pm to 4pm. They also said they were disappointed with the results of the summer holiday road blitz Operation Arrive Alive. Across the state, 39 people lost their... Read more
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Northern Echo
Domestic abuse victim and carers win 'bedroom tax' challengesThe other, brought by grandparents Paul and Sue Rutherford, of Clunderwen, Pemb
Domestic abuse victim and carers win 'bedroom tax' challenges
Northern Echo / Posted 17 days ago
The other, brought by grandparents Paul and Sue Rutherford, of Clunderwen, Pembrokeshire, involves its impact on seriously disabled children who need overnight care. In both cases it was argued that the policy, which came into force in April 2013,... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Victory for bedroom tax victims as top judges rule Tory policy is discriminationBedroom tax victims scored a massive victory today as the Court of Appeal ruled
Victory for bedroom tax victims as top judges rule Tory policy is discrimination
Daily Mirror / Posted 17 days ago
Bedroom tax victims scored a massive victory today as the Court of Appeal ruled the Tories' policy is "unjustified discrimination". Top judges delivered a crushing blow to Iain Duncan Smith after hearing his scheme hurt domestic violence victims and... Read more
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Northern Echo
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'The other, brought by Paul and Sue Rutherford, involves its impact on seriously
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'
Northern Echo / Posted 17 days ago
The other, brought by Paul and Sue Rutherford, involves its impact on seriously disabled children who need overnight care. In both cases it is argued that the policy, which came into force in April 2013, unlawfully discriminates - against women and... Read more
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Gazette News
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'A victim of domestic violence and the grandparents of a severely disabled teena
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'
Gazette News / Posted 17 days ago
A victim of domestic violence and the grandparents of a severely disabled teenager are to find out the result of their challenges against the lawfulness of the so-called ''bedroom tax''. Three judges at the Court of Appeal in London will announce... Read more
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News.com.au
Deaths on NSW roads still too high: police One person has died almost every day on NSW roads over the holiday pe
Deaths on NSW roads still too high
News.com.au / Posted 17 days ago
: police One person has died almost every day on NSW roads over the holiday period. NSW Police's 'Operation Arrive Alive' road safety campaign concluded on Tuesday evening with 39 people losing their lives over the... Read more
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Perth Now
Deaths on NSW roads still too high: police One person has died almost every day on NSW roads over the holiday period. N
Deaths on NSW roads still too high: police
Perth Now / Posted 17 days ago
One person has died almost every day on NSW roads over the holiday period. NSW Police's 'Operation Arrive Alive' road safety campaign concluded on Tuesday evening with 39 people losing their lives over the... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'A victim of domestic violence and the grandparents of a severely disabled teena
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 17 days ago
A victim of domestic violence and the grandparents of a severely disabled teenager are to find out the result of their challenges against the lawfulness of the so-called ''bedroom tax''. Three judges at the Court of Appeal in London will announce... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Deaths on NSW roads still too high: police One person has died almost every day on NSW roads over the holiday period. N
Deaths on NSW roads still too high: police
The Courier Mail / Posted 17 days ago
One person has died almost every day on NSW roads over the holiday period. NSW Police's 'Operation Arrive Alive' road safety campaign concluded on Tuesday evening with 39 people losing their lives over the... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax' « Shropshire StarThree judges at the Court of Appeal in London will announce their decision on W
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax' « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 17 days ago
Three judges at the Court of Appeal in London will announce their decision on Wednesday following a hearing in November. One case, which has been brought by A - a single mother living in a three-bedroom council house fitted with a secure panic room... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'A victim of domestic violence and the grandparents of a severely disabled teena
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'
Oxford Mail / Posted 17 days ago
A victim of domestic violence and the grandparents of a severely disabled teenager are to find out the result of their challenges against the lawfulness of the so-called ''bedroom tax''. Three judges at the Court of Appeal in London will announce... Read more
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Bury Times
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'A victim of domestic violence and the grandparents of a severely disabled teena
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'
Bury Times / Posted 17 days ago
A victim of domestic violence and the grandparents of a severely disabled teenager are to find out the result of their challenges against the lawfulness of the so-called ''bedroom tax''. Three judges at the Court of Appeal in London will announce... Read more
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guardian-series
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'A victim of domestic violence and the grandparents of a severely disabled teena
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'
guardian-series / Posted 17 days ago
A victim of domestic violence and the grandparents of a severely disabled teenager are to find out the result of their challenges against the lawfulness of the so-called ''bedroom tax''. Three judges at the Court of Appeal in London will announce... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'A victim of domestic violence and the grandparents of a severely disabled teena
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
A victim of domestic violence and the grandparents of a severely disabled teenager are to find out the result of their challenges against the lawfulness of the so-called ''bedroom tax''. Three judges at the Court of Appeal in London will announce... Read more
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Herald Sun
Coal truck smash was driver error: police The death of a motorist in a collision with a coal truck at a southern Sydney
Coal truck smash was driver error: police
Herald Sun / Posted 17 days ago
The death of a motorist in a collision with a coal truck at a southern Sydney accident `blackspot' was down to driver error, say police. The driver of the Honda Civic, believed to be a 45-year-old man from... Read more
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Weekly Times
Coal truck smash was driver error: police The death of a motorist in a collision with a coal truck at a southern Sydney
Coal truck smash was driver error: police
Weekly Times / Posted 17 days ago
The death of a motorist in a collision with a coal truck at a southern Sydney accident `blackspot' was down to driver error, say police. The driver of the Honda Civic, believed to be a 45-year-old man from... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Coal truck smash was driver error: police The death of a motorist in a collision with a coal truck at a southern Sydney
Coal truck smash was driver error: police
The Courier Mail / Posted 17 days ago
The death of a motorist in a collision with a coal truck at a southern Sydney accident `blackspot' was down to driver error, say police. The driver of the Honda Civic, believed to be a 45-year-old man from... Read more
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Harrow Times
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'A victim of domestic violence and the grandparents of a severely disabled teena
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'
Harrow Times / Posted 17 days ago
A victim of domestic violence and the grandparents of a severely disabled teenager are to find out the result of their challenges against the lawfulness of the so-called ''bedroom tax''. Three judges at the Court of Appeal in London will announce... Read more
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This is West Country
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'A victim of domestic violence and the grandparents of a severely disabled teena
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'
This is West Country / Posted 17 days ago
A victim of domestic violence and the grandparents of a severely disabled teenager are to find out the result of their challenges against the lawfulness of the so-called ''bedroom tax''. Three judges at the Court of Appeal in London will announce... Read more
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Bolton News
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'A victim of domestic violence and the grandparents of a severely disabled teena
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'
Bolton News / Posted 17 days ago
A victim of domestic violence and the grandparents of a severely disabled teenager are to find out the result of their challenges against the lawfulness of the so-called ''bedroom tax''. Three judges at the Court of Appeal in London will announce... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax' The Court of Appeal judges will rule on the case A victim of domestic violen
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
The Court of Appeal judges will rule on the case A victim of domestic violence and the grandparents of a severely disabled teenager are to find out the result of their challenges against... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'A victim of domestic violence and the grandparents of a severely disabled teena
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 17 days ago
A victim of domestic violence and the grandparents of a severely disabled teenager are to find out the result of their challenges against the lawfulness of the so-called ''bedroom tax''. Three judges at the Court of Appeal in London will announce... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'A victim of domestic violence and the grandparents of a severely disabled teena
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 17 days ago
A victim of domestic violence and the grandparents of a severely disabled teenager are to find out the result of their challenges against the lawfulness of the so-called ''bedroom tax''. Three judges at the Court of Appeal in London will announce... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'A victim of domestic violence and the grandparents of a severely disabled teena
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'
Croydon Guardian / Posted 17 days ago
A victim of domestic violence and the grandparents of a severely disabled teenager are to find out the result of their challenges against the lawfulness of the so-called ''bedroom tax''. Three judges at the Court of Appeal in London will announce... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'A victim of domestic violence and the grandparents of a severely disabled teena
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 17 days ago
A victim of domestic violence and the grandparents of a severely disabled teenager are to find out the result of their challenges against the lawfulness of the so-called ''bedroom tax''. Three judges at the Court of Appeal in London will announce... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'A victim of domestic violence and the grandparents of a severely disabled teena
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
A victim of domestic violence and the grandparents of a severely disabled teenager are to find out the result of their challenges against the lawfulness of the so-called ''bedroom tax''. Three judges at the Court of Appeal in London will announce... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'A victim of domestic violence and the grandparents of a severely disabled teena
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 17 days ago
A victim of domestic violence and the grandparents of a severely disabled teenager are to find out the result of their challenges against the lawfulness of the so-called ''bedroom tax''. Three judges at the Court of Appeal in London will announce... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'A victim of domestic violence and the grandparents of a severely disabled teena
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'
Kingston Guardian / Posted 17 days ago
A victim of domestic violence and the grandparents of a severely disabled teenager are to find out the result of their challenges against the lawfulness of the so-called ''bedroom tax''. Three judges at the Court of Appeal in London will announce... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'A victim of domestic violence and the grandparents of a severely disabled teena
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'
Streatham Guardian / Posted 17 days ago
A victim of domestic violence and the grandparents of a severely disabled teenager are to find out the result of their challenges against the lawfulness of the so-called ''bedroom tax''. Three judges at the Court of Appeal in London will announce... Read more
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Gazette
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'A victim of domestic violence and the grandparents of a severely disabled teena
Domestic violence victim and carers challenge 'bedroom tax'
Gazette / Posted 17 days ago
A victim of domestic violence and the grandparents of a severely disabled teenager are to find out the result of their challenges against the lawfulness of the so-called ''bedroom tax''. Three judges at the Court of Appeal in London will announce... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Police urge motorists to slow down ahead of Australia DayPOLICE are urging motorists to slow down after almost 1000 drivers were issued
Police urge motorists to slow down ahead of Australia Day
Daily Examiner / Posted 19 days ago
POLICE are urging motorists to slow down after almost 1000 drivers were issued speeding infringements as Operation Arrive Alive continues. Double demerits have been in place for speeding, mobile phone use, seatbelt and helmet offences from midnight... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Police catch 1000 people in two daysAn English tourist driving at a speed of 180 kilometres per hour near Cobar and
Police catch 1000 people in two days
Daily Liberal / Posted 20 days ago
An English tourist driving at a speed of 180 kilometres per hour near Cobar and a P-plater going too fast near Dubbo were pulled up at the weekend as police continued to enforce a double demerit points period across NSW. An English tourist driving... Read more
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Northern Star
Drivers clock up $32,000 in fines in December aloneHIGHWAY patrol officers in the Tweed-Byron Local Area Command issued $32,000 in
Drivers clock up $32,000 in fines in December alone
Northern Star / Posted 25 days ago
HIGHWAY patrol officers in the Tweed-Byron Local Area Command issued $32,000 in fines for 89 separate speeding offences in December. It was the region's smallest monthly speeding fine bill since February 2014, according to the Office of State... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Police still worried by drivers’ behaviourPOLICE have expressed their dismay after irresponsible road behaviour over the
Police still worried by drivers’ behaviour
Daily Examiner / Posted 25 days ago
POLICE have expressed their dismay after irresponsible road behaviour over the weekend pushed the 2016 road toll to 14. "We have warned the public that in the past two Januarys, 71 people died on NSW roads," Traffic and Highway Patrol Command's... Read more
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