The Northern Star (Lismore, Australia)

Articles from September 20, 2017

Barry Returns in Hope of a Double at Lismore
Byline: Geoff Newling sport@northernstar.com.au BARRY Lockwood took Skytrek and Cashing Up to snare a double at the Ballina Cup meeting and returns to the Northern Rivers tomorrow chasing another double with the pair at Lismore. Cashing Up won...
Blame It on the Rain; Long Waiting Times for Tank Water
Byline: Jasmine Burke Jasmine.Burke@northernstar.com.au AS TEMPERATURES sky-rocket and rain is something of a myth, tanks are drying up around the region. Waiting times for household tank water is easily up to five weeks as the dry weather continues....
Business Side Put in Focus
TEN women from different sports, including bowls' three times world champion Rebecca van Asch, are to take part in the program called Change the Game. The Australian Institute of Sport program pairs elite female athletes with talented emerging business...
Daleys' Defence Wins out; Club Takes out the Top Four Grand Finals
Byline: Mitchell Craig mitchell.craig@northernstar.com.au YOUTH and enthusiasm helped lead Daleys to a hard-fought 34-32 win over the undefeated Bundjalarms in the Lismore Netball Association Division 1 grand final. Bundjalarms had been the form...
Gallagher Makes Cricket History; Alstonville Duo Plays Together at Finland
Byline: Mitchell Craig mitchell.craig@northernstar.com.au TWO former Alstonville Cricket Club players have been representing Finland in the past few months. Nathan Collins has captained the team, while Peter Gallagher has emerged as a star with...
Imams Step Up Anti-SSM Campaign
Byline: Kylar Loussikian The Daily Telegraph IMAMS and Islamic leaders are ramping up a campaign against same-sex marriage, using their sermons in mosques across Australia to urge the Muslim community to vote no. Islamic Friendship Association...
IS Winning the Battle on Internet
Byline: Lizzie Dearden The Independent ISLAMIC State and other terrorist groups are winning an ongoing "net war" against authorities trying to stop the spread of extremist material online, a new report has warned. Research by the Policy Exchange...
New Takes on Old Favourite
Byline: Jen Gourley CRUNCHY, crumbly, sweet and comforting - who doesn't love an old-fashioned apple crumble? But there's more to this classic style of dessert than just the humble apple variety. In Crumbles, Sabrina Fauda-Role shares more than...
North Coast Woman Killed; Victim Found Dead in Supermodel's Home
TRIBUTES are pouring in for a former North Coast mother who was murdered at her home in a beachside Sydney suburb on Sunday. Lanell Latta, 50, was found dead in an Avalon property owned by supermodel Gemma Ward. Police were called to the scene...
Slater Staying Focused on Final PHOTO: MICHAEL DODGE/GETTY
BILLY Slater has put all talk of 2018 to one side and narrowed his future focus to just securing victory in Friday's preliminary final against Brisbane. Off contract at season's end, the Melbourne Storm fullback knows his last game in purple could...
Suns Back to Square One; No Joy in Pursuit of Port Coach
AFL: It's back to the drawing board for the Gold Coast with the embattled Suns to restart the interviewing process for their vacant coaching position. The Suns were expected to meet with Sydney Swans assistant Stuart Dew this week after their efforts...
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