The Northern Daily Leader
Thursday, 13 June 2024
One club has introduced patron photos on entry technology.
Lydia Roberts
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One father embarks on a 600km journey on foot.
Rachel Clark
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Lifeblood Group account manager for Northern NSW, Scott Morrison and Scott Worgen drop into the Tamworth Lifeblood centre to thank donors. Picture by Peter Hardin
Sign up for a free webinar about the Kindness Factory's SEL program for schools.
The Kindness Factory's Kath Koschel is on a mission to help our young people live a kinder life by introducing commitment to kindness at schools like Taren Point Primary School. Picture supplied
The headline-catching swimmer is still a regular visitor.
Jen Melocco
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Ariarne, her younger sister Mia and parents Steve and Robyn at the family home they are now selling. Pic: Peter Brew-Bevan/Australian Women's Weekly
The most popular baby names in Australia revealed.
Anna Houlahan
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Parents hold their newborn. Picture Shutterstock
'Welcome to the Tillies fam, Koby!'
Carla Mascarenhas
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Katrina Gorry with her son and big sister Harper cuddles her brother. Pictures by Facebook / Katrina Gorry
The game will be played in Sydney next Thursday.
Samantha Newsam
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Logan Spinks and Kaiden Lahrs have been named in the NSW under 19s squad for next week's Origin clash against Queensland. File photo Supplied
The program's future is secure to 2026, but then it'll need help.
Jonathan Hawes
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School holiday entertainment is sorted!
Theatre Talk
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Fun for all the family in lead up to holidays
Primary and secondary students will descend on Coolah on Thursday.
Exhibitors even came from Queensland.
Simon Chamberlain
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Trent Betts, Moonbi, with his four-horsepower Ronaldson Tippett Austral oil engine. It was bought at a Halls Creek clearing sale in 2007. The engine was in pieces, so it had to be rebuilt. Pictures by Lester McCormick
The apartments will provide short-term housing for healthcare workers.
Rachel Clark
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Developers have lodged an application with council to demolish 21 Dean Street, North Tamworth and construct a three-storey serviced apartment complex. Picture by Peter Hardin
The store's return has Tamworth's international community buzzing.
Jonathan Hawes
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Scaffolding is up in front of 533 Peel Street, the former site of Virk Supermarket which closed in April after a fire tore through the building. Picture by Peter Hardin
A 14-5 defeat of Hunter saw them crowned Country champions.
Samantha Newsam
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'NSWRL is committed to ensuring all competitions are able to proceed.'
Nick Guthrie
Group 10 Referees Association president and PMP referee Bryce Hotham at Mudgee's Glen Willow Stadium on June 2. Picture by Nick Guthrie
The property was opened for just the third time in the past century.
Calrossy and Tamworth High go head to head in a cupcake bake off.
Emma Downey
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Tamworth High School students Jemma Bazal and Isabella Coe start their cupcakes under the watchful eye of one of the event judges, TAFE team leader for tourism and experience services Matthew McAllister. Pictyre by Gareth Gardner
The race begins for 2024 New England North West Business Awards.
Jonathan Hawes
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FPM Cereal Milling Systems owner Katherine Sherrie, Business NSW regional director for the New England North West Diane Gray, and Joblink Plus board of directors chair Jye Segboer launch nominations for the 2024 New England North West Business Awards. Picture by Peter Hardin
Around 500 people attended the memorial service on Sunday.
Jacob McMaster
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It was a final minute thriller in their play-off game on Sunday.
Samantha Newsam
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Cassidy Morley was a constant threat and the late hero for the Kookaburras in their play-off win over Mid North Coast.
The unsuspecting victim thought she was making a sale.
Anna Houlahan
Vulnerable groups had lower levels of take-up of the payment.
Carla Mascarenhas
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New mum Stephanie Vergano. Picture by Facebook/ Stephanie Vergano
Providers cautiously welcome universal childcare proposal.
Carla Mascarenhas
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Sean Stanborough and Megan Walker collect eggs at Woodrisingcommunity childcare centre. Picture by Dean Osland
Garden gnomes, boob jobs, is anything off limits at tax time?
Carla Mascarenhas, Anna Houlahan
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It was a bid to expose alleged animal cruelty at RSPCA farms.
Anna Houlahan
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Animal Rising protesters add Wallace to the King Charles portrait with the caption "No cheese, Gromit. Look at all this cruelty on RSPCA farms!" Picture Animal Rising/X
Brisbane Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner is set to introduce a permit system for short-term accommodation including Airbnb.
Savannah Meacham
Brisbane's lord mayor says short-stay rentals like Airbnb are adding to the city's housing crisis. (Dave Hunt/AAP PHOTOS)
David Sharpe is stepping down as chief executive of Sport Integrity Australia, saying the organisation has achieved much in the four years since inception.
Steve Larkin
Golf star Rory McIlroy has dismissed the divorce petition he filed last month after reconciling with his wife Erica.
Phil Casey
Rory McIlroy enjoyed a laugh during his Tuesday practice round ahead of the US Open. (AP PHOTO)
A 14-5 defeat of Hunter saw them crowned Country champions.
Samantha Newsam
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The Central North under 18 girls achieved their mission of winning the Country Championships title on the weekend.
'NSWRL is committed to ensuring all competitions are able to proceed.'
Nick Guthrie
Group 10 Referees Association president and PMP referee Bryce Hotham at Mudgee's Glen Willow Stadium on June 2. Picture by Nick Guthrie
It was a final minute thriller in their play-off game on Sunday.
Samantha Newsam
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Cassidy Morley was a constant threat and the late hero for the Kookaburras in their play-off win over Mid North Coast.

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Closing bank branches are making way for homes.
Grace Dudley
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The property was last sold in 2022 for $1.65 million.
Jade Lazarevic
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The Old Schoolhouse at 41 Gills Lane in Brunkerville has sold for $2.375 million. Picture supplied
The realestateview.com.au valuation showed big results.
Jemimah Clegg
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Brad and Mel's Northcote heritage charmer went from $1.7 million to $2.8 million after the renovations. Pic: Supplied
The apartments will provide short-term housing for healthcare workers.
Rachel Clark
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The headline-catching swimmer is still a regular visitor.
Jen Melocco
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Ariarne, her younger sister Mia and parents Steve and Robyn at the family home they are now selling. Pic: Peter Brew-Bevan/Australian Women's Weekly
Dream Home continues on 7 on Tuesday at 7.30pm.
Jade Lazarevic
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Taeler and Elle react to seeing Elle's house fully renovated for the first time with host Dr. Chris Brown. Picture supplied
For the last 50 years, Mr Harley has never had a January holiday.
Rachel Clark
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From admin assistant to running huge regional events.
Rachel Clark
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OAM recipient Catherine Nugent is a big believer in providing opportunities for regional and rural Australia. Picture by Peter Hardin
Jayne will perform her new album at Moonshiners Bar on June 21.
Rachel Clark
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Country Music Star Jayne Denham is excited to perform her new album Moonshine for her new hometown audience in Tamworth. Picture by Gareth Gardner
It was a blessing to be 'Shot by Jake'
Tess Kelly
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Tamworth council asked to consider a new addition to Peel Street.
Newsroom
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Tamworth council will consider a recommendation to investigate the potential to erect a bronze statue of Uncle Roger Knox in Peel Street. File picture by Peter Hardin
Police arrested the man after he collided with a gutter.
Tess Kelly
Henry William Hillier pleaded guilty to the driving offences in Tamworth Local Court. Picture file
'There is nothing in that bag that is of any use to anyone.'
Rachel Clark
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Travelling swagman Mark 'Bushie' Thompson only wants his swag back, as many of the items were quite sentimental. Picture by Gareth Gardner
Jon Wolfe's passion for country music has spanned 50 years.
Rachel Clark
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Back in the studio, Jon Wolfe will take up a spot on the CMAA board replacing Lyn Bowtell. Picture by Gareth Gardner.
One father embarks on a 600km journey on foot.
Rachel Clark
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School holiday entertainment is sorted!
Theatre Talk
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Fun for all the family in lead up to holidays
More collaboration with the wider community in the future.
Rachel Clark
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Tamworth-born Fiona Jackson has come home to take up the role as prinicpal at Peel High School Picture by Peter Hardin.

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'Don't be afraid,' activists say to Tamworth councillors.
Jonathan Hawes
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Council gives behind the scenes look at the Westdale water plant.
Jonathan Hawes
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Tamworth Regional Council's water operations manager Daniel Coe says ratepayers are set to save thanks to a wastewater innovation. Picture by Jonathan Hawes
Gunnedah mayor Jamie Chaffey defended a decision to invite Santos.
Jonathan Hawes
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Gunnedah mayor Jamie Chaffey (left) has been accused of "greenwashing" by farmer and environmental activist Peter Wills (right). Picture file
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With Vivid Sydney now well underway, Samsung Electronics Australia invites everyone to experience its contribution to the magical event, and be part of a project to unite people around the world.
Here's an invitation to join the Queen Victoria on a cruise through Spain and Morocco.
Emma Brown
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Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca, Morocco. Picture Shutterstock
Abexol is a new innovative and natural solution easing joint pain and stiffness with the added benefit of improving digestive health.
Ease joint pain this winter and keep moving with Abexol, a new innovative and natural solution easing joint pain and stiffness. Picture Shutterstock
Meeting the energy need of tomorrow by training the next generation with Essential Energy's award-winning apprentice program.
Become a cable jointer, powerline worker or electrical technician with 129 apprenticeship positions available in regional, rural and remote NSW and Southern Queensland on offer for 2025. Picture supplied
These six tips from Australian broadband wholesaler, NBN Co, can help you get the most out of your internet connection.
Try these six connection tips to improve internet quality. Picture Shutterstock

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One father embarks on a 600km journey on foot.
Rachel Clark
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We want to spread the word about your community event - just fill in this form.
So you're holding an event? Share it with the community
The program's future is secure to 2026, but then it'll need help.
Jonathan Hawes
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Mayor Russell Webb says Tamworth council is working with the state government to expand the success of Dolly Parton's Imagination Library across NSW. Picture by Gareth Gardner
The store's return has Tamworth's international community buzzing.
Jonathan Hawes
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Scaffolding is up in front of 533 Peel Street, the former site of Virk Supermarket which closed in April after a fire tore through the building. Picture by Peter Hardin
The property was opened for just the third time in the past century.
Hundreds of people enjoyed the open day at Kurrumbede on June 8. Picture by Taylah Maree Photography
A crocodile has been caught, shot and cooked.
Annie Hesse
A huge saltwater crocodile that had been stalking children and adults, and reportedly ate multiple dogs in a remote Northern Territory community, has been arrested. Picture by NT Police.
Providers cautiously welcome universal childcare proposal.
Carla Mascarenhas
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Sean Stanborough and Megan Walker collect eggs at Woodrisingcommunity childcare centre. Picture by Dean Osland
Children who take risks while playing become better adults.
John Hanscombe
You can take some guess work out of your moves.
Rachel Lane
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Predicting the future is impossible, but you can make it easier on yourself understanding financials. Picture Shutterstock
A lot of issues stem from poor communication.
Satya Tanner, Naomi Campbell, Amy Boersma
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Having a reliable energy source is central to Australia's economic security and social fabric. Picture Shutterstock
You won't want to put your fork down, nor stop at one pour.
Marlene Even
Two Ways to Go: Madagascar v Mauritius
Mal Chenu and Amy Cooper
Which of these Indian Ocean island paradises is for you?
From rooms with a view to kid-friendly digs, here's the lowdown.
Akash Arora
The style set: Top 12 hotels in Sydney
The CBD property has comfortable rooms and a lovely eatery.
Australia's first profit-for-purpose hotel opens in Sydney
Visit the English town of medieval kings and wartime tunnels.
Mark Dapin
White Cliffs and a perfect castle: Dover delivers on big moments
Car Expert
The new MG 3 is safer and smarter than the last, but the price has been pushed to a new level – is it good enough to justify the cost?
Matt Campbell
MG's new entry-level hatch has more standard equipment than before, including a lot more safety kit, but it's more expensive.
William Stopford
2024 MG 3 price and specs, including hybrid
Toyota’s chairman has helped break in a new test track by breaking a car, rolling a GR Yaris but emerging unscathed.
Jordan Mulach
Watch as Toyota's 'Master Driver' rolls a GR Yaris
The Genesis GV60 Magma has been spied testing in Germany as the Korean manufacturer prepares to roll out its performance sub-brand.
Josh Nevett
Ford is returning to the people mover segment with the Transit Custom-based Tourneo with clever seating. Should you buy one over a Carnival?
William Stopford
The Senior
Think you're smarter than The Lightning Bolt? Find out all about the new Chaser in Australia.
Therese Murray
Proposed law changes to reduce financial elder abuse.
Eileen Wood
The Standing Council of Attorneys-General is looking into changes to financial Enduring Powers of Attorney. Picture Shutterstock
Persistence has paid off for veterans golfer Rita Gounder.
Rowan Cowley
Rita Gounder is Western Sydney Region Veteran Golf Association's ladies player of the year. Picture supplied

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The Land
Containment feeding can be used to help during a feed gap.
Alexandra Bernard
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Two major volume buyers were active throughout.
Rebecca Nadge
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Robyn and Bev Harris of Meadow Vale, Lancefield and Clarkefield, Vic, Liz and Kim Williams, Polldale, Dubbo, Paul Jameson and Lincoln McKinlay, Elders, and Macquarie, 3, with Ned Williams, Caroline, 15 months, Katja Williams and Edward, 4. Picture by Rebecca Nadge
The stud won most successful exhibitor and the president's shield.
Elka Devney
Sophie and Ben Rumbel, Supple Whiteface, Llangothlin, Chris Law, Hunday Hereford stud, Quirindi, and Tom Devine,Tamworth. Picture by Elka Devney
Vulnerable groups had lower levels of take-up of the payment.
Carla Mascarenhas
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A contract with a rival sausage company has ended the winning streak of the champion hot dog eater known as 'Jaws' before he had a chance to defend his title.
Cedar Attanasio
Joey 'Jaws' Chestnut was ruled out of a hot dog eating contest over his contract with a rival brand. (AP PHOTO)
Garden gnomes, boob jobs, is anything off limits at tax time?
Carla Mascarenhas, Anna Houlahan
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A file picture of a calculator and paperwork. File picture by Erin Jonasson

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