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ASIAN CUP COUNTDOWN IS ON

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The Asian Cup kicks off in Australia in 100 days – and preparations in Newcastle are underway. The city will host four games, and its big event credentials have been given a further boost, by a prestigious award. Read More »

EVENING UPDATE

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- RAAF aircraft have carried out their first missions in the military operation in Iraq.  They featured re-fueller and reconnaissance aircraft, but not the Super Hornets, with a decision on airstrikes still pending. -  Police are searching for a woman seen setting fire to an Australian flag, using the eternal flame of remembrance at Sydney’s Hyde Park war memorial. -  And after 13 years as New South Wales Governor, Dame Marie Bashir has spent her final day at work – with all the ceremony and pomp fit for the state’s longest-serving and first female governor. Read More »

SALE AGREEMENT TO MAKE NOBBY’S OWNERS OVERNIGHT MILLIONAIRES

Owners at an iconic Nobby Beach apartment block are about to make the profit of a lifetime. Years ago, some of them paid as little as 12 thousand dollars for an apartment – now that the aging block is selling, they could make millions. Read More »

NOBBY BEACH APARTMENT OWNERS CASH IN

Owners at an iconic Nobby Beach apartment block are about to make the profit of a lifetime. Years ago, some of them paid as little as 12 thousand dollars for an apartment – now that the aging block is selling, they could make millions. Read More »

PROTEST NEARLY ENDS IN TRAGEDY

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A woman protesting rainforest clearing at Springbrook has almost been run-over by an excavator. Read More »

  • WEATHER UPDATE: GREAT SCHOOL HOLIDAY WEATHER

    WEATHER UPDATE: GREAT SCHOOL HOLIDAY WEATHER

    We will see a pulse of showers push in across the coast to kick start the final weekend of September. After that we will see a run of fine, sunny and warm to hot days – perfect for the school holidays. There’s hardly any cloud over the nation so the centre is heating up. There’s a big front pushing in across the south west of Western Australia and this will help push the heat our way as we move into the early part of next week. Things are looking good for surfers with a new pulse in the swell. Southern corners best tomorrow, but the mornings are the pick as the winds swing offshore on an abating swell. Read More »
  • EVENING UPDATE

    EVENING UPDATE

    - RAAF aircraft have carried out their first missions in the military operation in Iraq.  They featured re-fueller and reconnaissance aircraft, but not the Super Hornets, with a decision on airstrikes still pending. -  Police are searching for a woman seen setting fire to an Australian flag, using the eternal flame of remembrance at Sydney’s Hyde Park war memorial. -  And after 13 years as New South Wales Governor, Dame Marie Bashir has spent her final day at work – with all the ceremony and pomp fit for the state’s longest-serving and first female governor. Read More »
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