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ICONIC JEWELLERY COLLECTION UP FOR AUCTION

A huge collection of iconic jewellery and watches is about to go under the hammer for charity. The items provide a window into glitzy life on the Gold Coast in the 1970s. Read More »

TITANS PLAYERS TAKES ASADA PUNISHMENT

Luke Douglas and Albert Kelly today accepted back dated bans for their involvement in Cronulla’s 2011 supplements program. The ban expires on November 21 which means the pair will miss the remainder of the season. Read More »

EVENING NEWS UPDATE

UPDATE5

- The former Treasury official jailed for Australia’s highest-profile police murder, has had his conviction quashed. David Eastman served 19 years for the murder of Colin Winchester in 1989. - ASADA’s investigation into Cronulla’s peptides program has come to an end, with all players involved in the NRL accepting a back-dated 12-month ban, which will end in November this year. - And after missing out on their first priority of Wayne Bennett, the Dragons have appointed club legend Paul McGregor as head coach. Read More »

DRENCHING AT PAN PACS

The Gold Coast copped a drenching over the last 24 hours. While farmers might like the rain, it was certainly NOT welcome at the new Southport Aquatic Centre, where it wreaked havoc with the Pan Pacifics. Read More »

HAMMER WIELDING ROBBERS

Two Southport employees endured a terrifying end to their shift last night¬†when they were ambushed by two men wielding hammers. The man and woman had just locked up at the Ferry Road Osteopathic Centre and were walking to the man’s car, when the attackers – their faces hidden – ran out from the bushes.   Read More »

  • NORTH COAST SURF REPORT 22-08-14

    Quantity but little quality of waves along our coastline today. Cloudy grey skies and cool southerly winds greeted surfers this morning with wonky one metre plus waves not persuading to many punters to take the dip. Today’s pics were taken at Park Beach in Coffs on an out going tide which helped make the surf even less appealing. Cheers, noel. Read More »
  • EVENING NEWS UPDATE

    EVENING NEWS UPDATE

    - The former Treasury official jailed for Australia’s highest-profile police murder, has had his conviction quashed. David Eastman served 19 years for the murder of Colin Winchester in 1989. - ASADA’s investigation into Cronulla’s peptides program has come to an end, with all players involved in the NRL accepting a back-dated 12-month ban, which will end in November this year. - And after missing out on their first priority of Wayne Bennett, the Dragons have appointed club legend Paul McGregor as head coach. Read More »
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