Daily Examiner (Grafton, Australia)

Articles from November 18, 2010

$157 MILLION ... That's What It May Cost to Move Wooli Village
Byline: GRAHAMORAMS graham.orams@dailyexaminer.com.au A MEMBER of the Coastal Communities Protection Alliance-Wooli (CCPA-Wooli) believes a planned retreat from Wooli would cost much more than Clarence Valley Council has indicated. Roger Goldsmith...
Artwork in the Running; Alex's HSC Entry Wins Nomination
Byline: DOMINICZIETSCH dominic.zietsch@dailyexaminer.com.au RECENTLY graduated McAuley Catholic College student Alex Stevenson may soon see her HSC major artwork gracing some of the state's most prestigious art galleries with her work being one...
Backward Glances; Extracts from the Daily Examiner 50 Years Ago Today
Byline: chris nield newsroom@dailyexaminer.com.au TWO bearded airmen landed at the South Grafton aerodrome yesterday in a helicopter, after completing a 1400-mile journey from Boulia in far Western Queensland. They were Captain W. Parry, Chief...
Dame Joan Honoured on Yamba Big Screen
YAMBA Cinema in association with Opera Australia is extremely proud to present a[approximately]the concert of the century', the Dame Joan Sutherland Gala Concert, a stunning performance in honour of the late Dame Joan Sutherland. Available for the...
Five-Point Plan for the Future; Unions' Bid to Get Political Help
Byline: DOMINICZIETSCH dominic.zietsch@dailyexaminer.com.au UNIONS NSW is asking local politicians and candidates contesting the upcoming state election to pledge their support to a plan it says would provide better public services in NSW communities....
Golfing Vet Calls It Quits Play Time over; Baldwin Draws Curtain on Lengthy Playing Career
Byline: sport editor sport@dailyexaminer.com.au Baldwin's hit list NSW layouts Baldwin has played: Castle Cove, Stroud, Ulladulla, Gloucester, Raymond Terrace, Foster, Waratah, Newcastle, Shortland, Nabiac, Cranbeck, Taree, Kendell, Oberon, Bathurst,...
It's a Hairy Situation
Byline: GRAHAMORAMS graham.orams@dailyexaminer.com.au JUST hang on a minute, who said only blokes can do Movember? Sure, most women have trouble growing a moustache, but many women are keen to support an important initiative that raises awareness...
Joy in Fed Court Ruling a[euro][approximately]Delight' at Court Racing Ruling
THE State's racing industry has welcomed yesterday's decision to rule in favour of Racing NSW on the Race Fields Legislation appeals. NSW Racehorse Owners Association president Ray McDowell joined Racing NSW officials in celebrating the ruling yesterday,...
Leading the Way with a Hit-Packed Show
THE name Ellie Greenwich is synonymous with hit songs. One of the major influences of 1960s rock music, Ellie's songs have earned her more than 25 gold and platinum records and sales in the tens of millions. Her story is told in toe-tapping fashion...
Lower Reaches on Fire with Flathead; Angler Surprised When Big Fish Hooks Himself
Byline: DICK RICHARDS sport@dailyexaminer.com.au THERE has been little change in the appearance of the estuary with the water still carrying a lot of mud. Although most of the activity is still below the Harwood bridge, there is some evidence...
Music Comes to Mullum; Mullum Music Festival Give Away
MULLUM Music Festival is a genre-defying four-day event aimed at the heart and soul of the music lover. With 100 performances from next Thursday to Sunday, November 28, there's something for everyone. Indie lovers are in for a treat this year with...
The Wait Is over ... Open Arms Is Here
Byline: Claire Simmonds MONTHS of waiting are finally over. The 2010 Open Arms Festival opens this Saturday at Coffs Harbour Showground. In true music festival style, almost every popular genre has been accommodated on the program. Chart-topping...
Time Running out Ahead of Selections
Byline: robyn anderson Grafton Womens Hockey Association DURING the off-season the younger players have continued to keep busy with hockey. Seventeen girls recently attended the North Coast Academy of Sport selection trials and 10 players were...
Toni Too Strong in Swim; Anne Performs Strong Too
A SMALL Grafton Services Swimming Club team travelled to Bellingen for the Far North Coast Zone carnival last Saturday. The best results were Toni Ensbey coming fourth in the 25m handicap final and Anne Simkus third in the 50m handicap final. ...
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