Tim Howard

Tim Howard
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Published a story 10:47am Oct 25th

LORRAINE Breust doesn’t have much time for awards, even when they’re heading her way.

Lorraine humbled by award

25 Oct 2014

LORRAINE Breust doesn’t have much time for awards, even when they’re heading her way.

Published a story 5:58am Oct 25th

THE DEFENDING title holders will be looking to give Coutts Crossing a lesson in playing cricket the Harwood way when they clash at Ulmarra this afternoon in the GDSC Premier League Cricket competition.

Showing how it's done, the harwood way

25 Oct 2014

THE DEFENDING title holders will be looking to give Coutts Crossing a lesson in playing cricket the Harwood way when they clash at Ulmarra this afternoon in the GDSC Premier League Cricket competition.

Published a story 6:00am Oct 24th

LANDOWNERS could be given the right to shoot flying foxes on their properties under new legislation the NSW Government will introduce next week.

Bats put on death row

24 Oct 2014

LANDOWNERS could be given the right to shoot flying foxes on their properties under new legislation the NSW Government will introduce next week.

Published a story 11:11pm Oct 22nd

SOUTH Grafton High School maths head teacher Tanya Fisher can thank her Year 11 students for saving her aching back.

Chalky formulas to jog mathematical minds

23 Oct 2014

SOUTH Grafton High School maths head teacher Tanya Fisher can thank her Year 11 students for saving her aching back.

Published a story 10:54pm Oct 22nd

BY 2016-18 when the Pacific Hwy upgrade project is in full swing, there will be more than 4000 workers on sites for final pieces of the puzzle.

Pac Hwy GM: Upgrade must be finished by end of decade

23 Oct 2014

BY 2016-18 when the Pacific Hwy upgrade project is in full swing, there will be more than 4000 workers on sites for final pieces of the puzzle.

Published a story 7:15pm Oct 21st

ROBERT Draper, known to most as Blanket Bob, might have been the poorest person in Grafton, but there are not too many people who don’t have a story about him.

Community has fond memories of Blanket Bob

22 Oct 2014

ROBERT Draper, known to most as Blanket Bob, might have been the poorest person in Grafton, but there are not too many people who don’t have a story about him.

Published a story 5:38am Oct 21st

COWPER bus crash survivor Glenn Askew remembers the Ormesher family boarding the ill-fated Sunliner coach 25 years ago like it was yesterday.

Cowper survivors reunited in unbearable loss

21 Oct 2014

COWPER bus crash survivor Glenn Askew remembers the Ormesher family boarding the ill-fated Sunliner coach 25 years ago like it was yesterday.

Published a story 5:28am Oct 21st

THE daughter of the truck driver who crashed into the passenger bus at Cowper 25 years ago now feels she has closure on that part of her life.

Cowper bus tragedy: daughter finds closure 25 years on

21 Oct 2014

THE daughter of the truck driver who crashed into the passenger bus at Cowper 25 years ago now feels she has closure on that part of her life.

Published a story 5:38am Oct 18th

THE man accused of murdering a South Grafton woman, then burning her to conceal evidence claims he was not capable of having sex with her.

Accused not capable of sex, court told

20 Oct 2014

THE man accused of murdering a South Grafton woman, then burning her to conceal evidence claims he was not capable of having sex with her.

Published a story 9:58am Oct 16th

THE Clarence Coast Magpies under-14 rugby league team won the premiership this season and they are keen to keep the ball rolling during summer.

Maclean businesses to back ’Pies TOUCH

16 Oct 2014

THE Clarence Coast Magpies under-14 rugby league team won the premiership this season and they are keen to keep the ball rolling during summer.

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