Daily Examiner (Grafton, Australia)

Articles from July 12, 2010

Backward Glances; Extracts from the Daily Examiner 50 Years Ago Today
Byline: chris nield newsroom@dailyexaminer.com.au A SEVEN-YEAR-OLD boy was swept over the 167 ft. Niagara Falls yesterday, after a boating accident a and lived. The boy, who was wearing a life jacket when taken from the bottom of the falls, is...
Barrier Set to Decide Rebel's Ramornie Run; Grills Looks to Add to Her Carlton Cup Crown
Byline: Tony White sport@dailyexaminer.com.au SUE Grills will accept with star galloper Border Rebel in Wednesday's $130,000 WHK Ramornie (1200m). Grafton apprentice Ben Looker has been booked for the ride. Champion bush jockey Greg Ryan will...
Competing Crews Dip Paddles in Preparation for Rowathon Ordeal
PLANS are well under way for the 13th annual Iluka to Grafton Rowathon being run by the Grafton Rowing Club. Grafton rowers have been distance training in readiness for the event for several weeks now, with members of the club's last two beginner...
Details Came out in the Wash
THIS little Rest Point Hotel Fishing Club scribbler was away for a few days and before leaving asked our illustrious leader Mort to get someone to write something about there weekend. Well, he did. It got all the scores and a few details, but somehow...
Fashion on a Budget; HOME MADE ARE THE WINNERS
Byline: RODNEY STEVENS rodney.stevens@dailyexaminer.com.au ENTRANTS in the Grafton Shoppingworld Fashions on the Field proved you don't need to spend a fortune to look the part, with a vintage borrowed dress helping Michelle Everson take the 2010...
Former Problem Horse Proves Critics Wrong Again BRAU WINS HIS FIFTH; a[euro][approximately]Spent' Galloper, Problem Horse Proves His Critics Wrong Again
Byline: TONY WHITE sport@dailyexaminer.com.au ABOUT 18 months ago Warren Gavenlock received a horse named Kanter Brau, broken down, considered a spent force and destined for a career as a hack...or worse. Yesterday the former write-off scored...
Juniors in the Proper Spirit of AFL Series
NORTH Coast Juniors took two wins from the three games against Northern Rivers in the 10th year of the annual Australian Rules series. These games for players from under-12 to under-16 showcased some of the best junior AFL footballers from the Queensland...
Lockyer Has Never Been More Dominant
BRUNO Cullen is one of the hardest markers I know. The Broncos have to play just about perfectly for their demanding boss to give them a pass mark. So when he told a Men of League function in Mooloolaba recently that Darren Lockyer was in the...
Online Local Produce Is One Step Closer
Byline: Marsha Neville Marsha.Neville@dailyexaminer.com.au THE Northern Rivers is one step closer to having an online shopping system in place that aims to keep food production local and food transport in our region to a minimum, and producers...
Party Marquee Is a Bit of All White
Byline: Rodney Stevens rodney.stevens@dailyexaminer.com.au WHEN Melanie Clayton heard about the Smirnoff White Room party marquee at yesterday's Coffs Coast Prestige Ladies Day, she had to get a taste of it for herself. The 24-year-old from Glenugie...
Record 44 Teams Play Pacific Pairs
THE annual Yamba Women's Bowling Club's Blue Pacific Pairs tournament was held on Monday, July 5, and attracted a record field of 44 teams from throughout the Clarence district, as well as from West Coffs, Pottsville, Evans Head, and even Loxton (South...
Thirsty Hoop Sends Jaws Floorwards at Weigh-In
Byline: TONY WHITE sport@dailyexaminer.com.au A LARGE drink after weighing out cost replacement jockey Jasen Watkins a $500 stewards' fine, but had Rebel Exceed not won, the penalty could have been far greater. Watkins, who replaced an overweight...
Tumours the Latest Blow for Battler Jo; Fund Set Up to Help Him Meet Bills
Byline: DOMINIC dominic.zietsch@dailyexaminer.com.au GRAFTON man Jody "Joa Amanda is no stranger to hardship and tragedy. Not only has he been through several natural disasters a one of which claimed the life of his wife a he now faces mounting...
You Can't Do without Your Exercise
Byline: ramond lauriesports centre sport@dailyexaminer.com.au School holiday activities FORMER skipperoo Jessie Clare was very impressed with the enthusiasm shown by all participants when she ran skipping sessions for the Raymond Laurie sports...
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