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Old Skool Kruz raises money for Riding for the Disabled Association Kendall

A vintage and classic vehicle event has helped raise money for the Riding for the Disabled Association Kendall. Laurieton Vintage Motor Club organised the September 24 rally and show and shine event named Old Skool Kruz.

Camden Courier, 3 min. ago
 

Reducing marine debris our responsibility in protecting aquatic life

WHILE the community is concerned with the possibility of increased shark activity, there are more pressing issues at stake according to the Mid North Coast Coastal Warriors group.President Addam Lockley said he understands the community’s concerns, howev

Camden Courier, 3 min. ago
 

FootGolf: Lithgow’s latest sport | Video

Lithgow’s newest sport will be launching on Monday just in time for the school holidays.FootGolf has been taking root at golf clubs all over the world and now it’s Lithgow’s turn to have a go. The game itself is simple. It’s best explained as a combinati

Lithgow Mercury, 7 min. ago
 

Through Your Eyes | September 24, 2017

It has been a hectic week after a humpback whale washed up on Nobby’s Beach on Monday, but that did not stop residents in the Hastings from capturing some spectacular shots up and down the coast.As we move into spring and summer now is the time to enjoy

Port News, 9 min. ago
 
CBA, ANZ, Westpac axe fee to withraw from other banks' ATMs

CBA, ANZ, Westpac axe fee to withraw from other banks' ATMs

Three of Australia's biggest banks have decided to stop charging customers of other banks a $2 fee to withdraw cash from their ATMs. The Commonwealth Bank was the first to announced early on Sunday the abolition of the fee, citing ongoing consumer unhapp

SBS, 29 min. ago
 

Greens promise a moratorium on salmon farming

The Tasmanian Greens will lobby for a complete ban on near-shore salmon farms on the East and North-West coasts of Tasmania.Under a motion passed at the party’s state conference, farms would be banned on the East Coast from Cape Portland to Tasman Island

The Examiner, 35 min. ago
 
Treasurer gives banks rare pat on back

Treasurer gives banks rare pat on back

It's not often these days that Treasurer Scott Morrison has a good word for Australia's big banks. But when they do something good for their customers he is willing to give them at least some credit. Commonwealth Bank announced on Sunday it was scrapping

SBS, 40 min. ago
 

Natives on show in Kangaroo Flat

WHEN it comes to tending for native Australian plants, a few weeks can make the world of difference.That was the case for the 2017 Bendigo Australian Flower Show, held at Kangaroo Flat Primary School on the weekend. The show was pushed back three weeks,

Bendigo Advertiser, 42 min. ago
 

Construction starts on Parramatta's new Western Sydney Stadium

Construction has finally begun on what promises to be the steepest sports stadium in Australia. Premier Gladys Berejiklian, and Sports Minister Stuart Ayres visited the site of Parramatta’s new Western Sydney Stadium on Sunday to turn the first sod. They

Parramatta Sun, 47 min. ago
 

Get ready to row at the South West Regatta

GATHER a group of mates and get training for the 2018 South West Regatta. Boats will be available for training from October 1 on the Hopkins River. The regatta includes the Victorian St Ayles Skiff Championships and the Australian Whale Boat Racing Champ

The Standard, 47 min. ago
 

Illy comes to Warrnambool

Illy brought his Two Degrees regional tour to Warrnambool on Friday night, The Standard photographer Morgan Hancock was there to capture the action.

The Standard, 47 min. ago
 

Bathurst police, fire and ambulance crews called to accident

A 45-YEAR-OLD male motorist has been transported to Bathurst Hospital following an accident on Stewart Street.Emergency Services were called to the accident, near the intersection of Howick Street, at 12.25pm on Sunday following reports that a car had le

Western Advocate, 48 min. ago
 

MARKET WATCH: QBE news pleases investors

The market finished the week at 5,740.57 down 15.27 points from the previous week's close of 5,755.84. On Friday's trade the All Ordinaries finished up 23.87 points or 0.42 per cent.    Westgold Resources (WGX) provided an update on its guidance for the

Mail Times, 52 min. ago
 

Ararat Rural City to online auction to sell unused or surplus materials and equipment from depot

ARARAT council will host an online auction to sell unused or surplus materials and equipment from its depot. Graysonline will run the auction until Tuesday via www.graysonline.com/sale/3013937 Bids will only be accepted via the website. Auction items inc

Mail Times, today, 14:10
 
CBA, ANZ, Westpac axe ATM withdrawal fee

CBA, ANZ, Westpac axe ATM withdrawal fee

Three of Australia's biggest banks have decided to stop charging customers of other banks a $2 fee to withdraw cash from their ATMs. The Commonwealth Bank was the first to announced early on Sunday the abolition of the fee, citing ongoing consumer unhapp

SBS, today, 14:07
 
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