Jul
13
2018

Councillor labelled ‘gutless’ over poster (Daily Liberal August 25)

I went to the meet the candidates at the RSL Club on Wednesdaynight to gain knowledge on the candidates who put themselves up as creditedcitizens to join a council of 11 to run our fair city.
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Jul
13
2018

Magpies move on in finals

Forbes Magpies reserve grade continue to show the grit and determination which has been at the forefront of their 2012 Group 11 rugby league campaign from the time coach Ben Gunn phoned around searching for a side at the... Read more
Jul
13
2018

Obama would romp home here

It would be much easier for Barack Obama to be re-elected in Australia than in the United States.
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An overwhelming majority of Australians would vote for Obama if they had the... Read more
Jul
16
2018

Hawi given 21 years for murder

‘‘No punishment is enough’’: Frederica Bromwich, the mother of Anthony Zervas, outside court on Tuesday. She is struggling to deal with the murder of her son, Anthony Zervas, in the airport braw. Picture: Jacky Ghossein
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Jul
16
2018

Sharks trim back plan – 100 units cut from development

Before and after: The view as originally proposed from Captain Cook Drive and below, after.CRONULLA Sharks has cut the height of several apartment blocks in its proposed development, lopping six storeys off one of the tallest buildings.
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Jul
16
2018

Kogarah shopping complex’s $25 million upgrade

The finished facade: The new-look Kogarah Town Centre and forecourt.Picture: Jane Dyson Retail ready: Kogarah Town Centre owner John Lewis (left) in Kogarah Aldi supermarket, with Mainbrace Constructions’ project manager Paul Badikovich and Aldi store manager Kama Terry.Picture:... Read more
Jul
16
2018

Flanagan hoping for Wright choice

Out: Nathan Gardner will miss an extended time with a knee injury. Picture: Chris Lane CRONULLA Sharks coach Shane Flanagan is likely to move winger Matty Wright to cover for unlucky fullback, Nathan Gardner, now out of football indefinitely... Read more
Jul
16
2018

What is wrong with the Dragons attack?

Pressure: Too much of St George Illawarra's attack focuses on Ben Hornby and halves partner Jamie Soward. Picture: Jane DysonWITH Cronulla forced to make an extra 50 tackles, the Dragons should have scored at least once. But as the... Read more
Jul
16
2018

Friends turn fighters

Seconds out: Jess Mukevski (left) and Kristie Hatch will put friendship aside when they step in the ring on Friday night. Picture: Jane DysonKRISTIE Hatch and Jess Mukevski are hoping to maintain their good looks — in spite... Read more
Jul
16
2018

Teachers oppose new funding and staffing scheme

Long-term value: Sutherland shire teacher Frankie Tatar said the government’s education reform was unclear and unfair. Picture: Chris LaneFRANKIE Tatar fears the NSW government’s new school funding and staffing scheme will do little to improve children’s education outcomes.
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Jul
16
2018

Imperials off the boil as Ramblers rise

IMPERIALS are heading into the 2012 finals series with some very patchy form over the last month.
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Eight weeks ago it was Imperials then daylight but you have to be careful when flirting... Read more
Jul
16
2018

Election choices a serious business

When it comes to voting, I am astounded by the commentsof many as to who they voted for and why.
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It seems many people take it all just a little toolightly.

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Jul
16
2018

Is parking a privilege?

Do we really need a parking sensor system to be sown around town like some insidious minefield, the sensors and system to be procured at a cost, we are told, around a staggering $800,000, so that we can save... Read more