Daily Examiner (Grafton, Australia)

Articles from November 1, 2010

Backward Glances; Extracts from the Daily Examiner 50 Years Ago Today
Byline: chris nield newsroom@dailyexaminer.com.au NINE people died at the week-end in New South Wales road accidents, bringing this year's toll to 832. A PROGRAMME of music and drama was enjoyed by an appreciative audience which packed the Saraton...
Jaca Title Crowns a Great Year for Kirrily
Byline: David Bancroft David.Bancroft@dailyexaminer.com.au KIRRILY Tough's hectic life as a mother of three just got a whole lot busier after being crowned the 2010 Jacaranda Queen in front of a large crowd on Saturday night. Over the course...
Life Looks Bright for Colliene; a[euro][approximately]People Tell You to Snap out of It but . . . It's like Telling Someone with Diabetes or Cancer to Snap out of It'
Byline: RODNEY STEVENS rodney.stevens@dailyexaminer.com.au IMAGINE a massive dark cloud of negativity and despair enveloping your thoughts, actions and whole existence. This is a glimpse into the life of Colliene Dawson when she is suffering...
Muster Emergency Landing; Sky Diving Plane Makes It Down Safely after Engine Failure Drama
Byline: graham orams graham.orams@dailyexaminer.com.au THE Grafton Aero Club's annual Jacaranda Muster had some unwanted excitement just hours before finishing up yesterday. About noon, a Cessna 206 being used for skydiving needed to make an...
Northern Raiders Stake Early Claim for Maiden; Gillard's Trick Fastest Qualifier for Grafton Greyhound Final
Byline: brad ellis sport@dailyexaminer.com.au IN what has become a regular occurrence in interstate rivalry, the Queenslanders look to hold all the aces over the New South Welshmen following six closely contested heats of the George's Tree Services...
Patient Knock Proves Winner; Harradine Holds Offbowling Attack to Setup Harwood Triumph
Byline: = sport@dailyexaminer.com.au IT'S not often a captain employs 10 bowlers in an innings. But on Saturday against Harwood that's exactly what Tucabia's Chris Adamson did. Defending a first innings total of 174 the Tucabia skipper called...
Serjeant Threatens Upset but Davidson Hangs On
IT was so close to being the upset of the Yamba squash competition that players and spectators got very excited. The Wednesday night match between Barry Serjeant and Michael Davidson was going to five and it was Barry looking fitter and fresher....
Still Pride in the Crown
Byline: commentDAVID BANCROFT david.bancroft@dailyexaminer.com.au IF there was ever any doubt about the importance the young women who enter the Jacaranda Queen competition place on that competition, it was dispelled on Saturday night. It was...
Telstra Complainer's Fury at A[euro][approximately]racist' Jibe
Byline: DOMINICZIETSCH dominic.zietsch@dailyexaminer.com.au LAWRENCE man Gerald Tory has been called many things in his time, however, until recently a racist was not one of them. This changed on Tuesday, October 19, when Mr Tory made a complaint...
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