Daily Examiner (Grafton, Australia)

Articles from December 15, 2014

Aussie Changes in Store for Gabba Test
CRICKET: Shaun Marsh is set to be the beneficiary of Michael Clarke's injury woes, with the Western Australian called into Australia's squad for the second Test against India at the Gabba, starting on Wednesday. Left-arm paceman Mitchell Starc has...
Brothers Combine to Repeat Feat
FOR the second time this season GDSC Easts felt the wrath of Mitch Kroehnert and once again his brother and captain Jake Kroehnert was at the other end. In round one Mitch smashed 189 while Jake compiled a comparatively measured 142 not out as Brothers...
Bumpybudgetroadahead; Hockey Unveils His 'Shock Absorber' to Help Ride out Falling Export Prices
Byline: Pamela Frost APN Newsdesk AUSTRALIAN Treasurer Joe Hockey has labelled the budget a "shock absorber" for falling export prices ahead of today's mid-year budget update. It has been revealed 175 government agencies could be scrapped under...
Call for Ban of Cable Logging Trial in Forests
THE nature Conservation Council is calling on the NSW Government to abandon plans to trial cable logging on steep slopes on the North Coast. Council CEO, Kate Smolski, visited Coffs Harbour this week to inspect habitat restoration and rehabilitation...
Club Right to Punish Star Man
MONDAY MAGISTRATE TONY DURKIN THE same day last week that Greg Bird found himself in strife again, Penrith players were at a shopping centre in their area handing out gift cards to Christmas shoppers. And Andrew McCullough was in his home town...
Koalas Need Large Reserve Protection
Byline: VOICES FOR THE EARTH environment@dailyexaminer.com.au THE National Parks Association of NSW (NPA) is concerned about the future of koalas in New South Wales. Between 1990 and 2010, koala numbers have fallen by a third as a result of habitat...
Reopen Jail Call: Union Unions Call for Jail Reopening; Nation's Prison Population at 10-Year High
Byline: Chris Calcino APN Newsdesk THE prospect of Grafton Jail reopening as more than just a remand centre may have improved as the Australian prison population hits a decade high. Clarence Valley Community Unions spokesman Tony King said Grafton...
Tucabia Triumphs; All-Round Performance Reverses Slide
Byline: Bill North sport@dailyexaminer.com.au A SOLID all-round performance brought Tucabia-Copmanhurst's backward slide to a halt in CRCA Premier League and stopped Coutts Crossing's rise in its tracks. Tucabia had dropped to fifth on the back...
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