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THE fire took hold within minutes, engulfing Jackie Stewart’s front bedroom, but despite the damage she still considers herself very lucky.
The Kootingal mother had popped back quickly to her Stephen Ave home yesterday about 11.40am to unpack some groceries when she and her daughter noticed smoke pouring into the air.
Witnesses to a croc attack south of Sydney have told of their horror as a handler was mauled during a feeding. http://t.co/bZgkEcxLEM— smh.com.au (@smh) July 7, 2014
8.35am: A BARWON police officer charged with a list of offences while on duty will fight the charges after fronting court.
8.25am: And another photo from frosty Glen Innes.
A TAMWORTH family’s medical marijuana push has sparked a political landslide across the nation.
In a potentially game-changing 72 hours in the debate, the Western Australian Opposition on Sunday backed the medical prescription of cannabis while the Tasmanian government announced a parliamentary inquiry into the issue on Friday.
8.10am: BEARDS are back in fashion, and judging by the instant popularity of the newly created Tamworth Beard Appreciation Group (TBAG) last week, local admiration for facial hair is growing.
7.45am: An interesting fact for Modern Family fans.
The television home of Modern Family's Phil and Clare Dunphy has sold for US$2.15 million ($A2.29 million). http://t.co/myQfLcgy2d— smh.com.au (@smh) July 7, 2014
7.35am: THE Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) has launched a public inquiry into sensational allegations surrounding former UNE chancellor John Cassidy.
7.25am: CAMERON Hammond’s remarkable rise up the professional boxing ranks continued last night with a unanimous point’s decision victory over Argentinean Alfredo Rodolfo Blanco.
FOUR locals who helped pull an Inverell couple and their daughter from a fiery plane crash are being considered for bravery awards.
The bystanders were on scene almost immediately on Friday, helping to drag local GP Dr Mark Harding, his wife and school teacher Caro Harding and their teenage daughter free of the crashed Cessna 210 after it hit the ground and exploded.
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The North West Slopes and Plains forecast from the Bureau of Meteorology: Fog and areas of frost in the morning, locally severe. Sunny afternoon. Light winds becoming north to northwesterly 15 to 20 km/h in the middle of the day then becoming light in the late afternoon. Overnight temperatures falling to between minus 4 and zero with daytime temperatures reaching between 13 and 18.
The Northern Tablelands forecast from the Bureau of Meteorology: Areas of morning frost, locally severe. Areas of fog on and west of the ranges early in the morning. Sunny day. Winds west to southwesterly 15 to 20 km/h tending west to northwesterly in the middle of the day then becoming light in the late evening. Overnight temperatures falling to between minus 5 and 2 above zero with daytime temperatures reaching between 11 and 19.
1963 – Margaret Court becomes the first Australian woman to win the Women's Singles tennis championship at Wimbledon.
1991 – The first share offer for the newly privatised Commonwealth Bank.
Kevin Bacon(1958), Jaden Smith(1998)