Daily Examiner (Grafton, Australia)

Articles from September 22, 2016

Avoid Hidden Chemicals; Here's What the Experts Recommend
Stimulating Rocket Pomegranate Salad Vegan, gluten-free, wholefood, complete protein Ingredients 2 cups baby spinach 2 cups rocket 1 Lebanese cucumber, cut into inch-long slices 1/4 jap pumpkin, cubed in small pieces and roasted ...
Bass Fishers Reel Them in at Copmanhurst Classic
Byline: Jarrard Potter dailyexaminer.com.au RESULTS 1st place: Trevor Waterhouse and Craig Makings, overall length 1.792m 2nd place: Brendon Baynham and Russel Winters, overall length 1.600m 3rd place: Reece Fennessey and Alex Jefferies,...
Bats Fly High in Shield Win; Maclean High Defence Proves Dominant in Round-Robin Series
JARRARD POTTER jarrard.potter@dailyexaminer.com.au THE DAILY EXAMINER SHIELD: Maclean High School finished their rugby league season in emphatic style, with the Under 14s dominating The Daily Examiner Shield round-robin series on Tuesday....
Busking with Entertainment; Coffs' Annual Festival Brings a World of Comedy and Street Performance to Town
THESE September school holidays and upcoming long weekend, Coffs Harbour will play host to the annual Buskers and Comedy Festival which promises to have something in its program for every member of the family. While most events are free entry, audiences...
Dark Horse for Mayor? Race for Mayor Is Mystery; Doubts Main Contenders Have Enough Votes for Top Job
Byline: Tim Howard Tim.Howard@dailyexaminer.com.au COUNCIL insiders have revealed that a dark horse could emerge in the race to be Clarence Valley mayor. The council will hold its inaugural meeting next Tuesday in Maclean to install the nine...
Drug Murders Reveal Brutal World
THE female boss of a Sydney drug syndicate who allegedly ordered the murders of a drug dealer and his girlfriend is under investigation over the executions of two other men. All four murders are linked to the same drug syndicate allegedly run by...
Fish off the Bite on the Clarence; Hot Spots Still Provide Plenty of Action for Anglers
FISHING activity appears to have struck a doldrum, with again only a small weigh-in this week. The observation from several weigh-in station is that it has been very difficult to find flathead and that most of those hooked were barely legal. ...
Grafton Daycare Provider Proves Real Gem
IF YOU are looking for excellence in daycare, look no further than Crystal Mawhinney. After her nomination for the Excellence in Family Day Care Awards, Ms Mawhinney's business, Crystal's Little Gems Family Daycare in Grafton, has been crowned No.1...
Help Tullara Crowdfund Her Way to Success
Byline: Lesley Apps Lesley.Apps@dailyexaminer.com.au WHILE Tullara Connors is hardly in a position to give her right arm to see her debut EP come to fruition, she is prepared to give away a lot including her own banjo it seems. But before she can...
Methods of Combating Male Baldness
MALE pattern hair loss is a common condition affecting most men as they age. Significant balding affects around 20% of men in their 20s, 30% of men in their 30s and nearly half of men in their 40s. The hair loss usually begins receding at the...
Milestone Man Cronk Shifts Focus to Grand Final Berth
YOU hear and read all the time about how Melbourne halfback Cooper Cronk's kicking game is the best in rugby league. It's said he could drop the football on a dollar coin nine times out of 10 from 20 or 30metres away. The emphasis is often on...
Personal Flood Models; Building by Building Inundation Analysis
Byline: Tim Howard Tim.Howard@dailyexaminer.com.au CLARENCE Valley businesses and residents will have flood modelling that shows the depth of flood water that would inundate their homes if the region's levees are overtopped. The Clarence Valley...
Pick Up the Kilometres on These Clarence Walks
Byline: Caitlan Charles Caitlan.Charles@dailyexaminer.com.au IF YOU have signed up to the Daily Examiner team in the Kick The Kilos challenge, or are thinking of joining in, here are some suggestions of local walks that can make for an enjoyable...
Prickly Ricky Gives Canberra the Edge
NO DOUBT we have all met someone about whom we had formed an opinion before getting to know them. And sometimes, no doubt, they turned out to be just as we thought they were. Raiders coach Ricky Stuart can be just that person, although my view...
Snake Catcher Gets to Work
SNAKES are not usually the most welcome of visitors to a household, but South Grafton's Aaron Hickson can't remember a time when there wasn't a serpent in his house. The 28-year-old is currently the owner of 23 pythons, and recently earned his licence...
Still Totally Rad; despite Almost 40 Years of Rocking, the Radiators Haven't Lost Any of Their Spark
THE rock'n'roll road to stardom is a dangerous road indeed littered with the corpses of starry-eyed hopefuls, wannabes, one-hit wonders and jagged "if onlys". While many bands self-implode before they even leave the garage, victims of classic clashing...
Tiah's Alleged Killer in Coma after Self-Harming
TIAHLEIGH Palmer's foster father and accused killer is in an induced coma, a court has heard. Rick Thorburn, 56, collapsed after harming himself while in custody at Beenleigh watchhouse, where he was charged on Tuesday afternoon with murdering his...
Whole Lotta Tribute Act Set to Shake You All Night Long
WHOLE Lotta AC/DC brings you the thunder, power and frenzy of the greatest rock band on Earth, AC/DC. Whole Lotta AC/DC is the complete tribute to legends, playing and celebrating the greatest hits of this classic hard rock band. The band assaults...
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