Body found after house fire at Griffith

A report is being prepared for the Coroner after a person’s body was discovered after a house fire in Griffith today (Wednesday 28 January 2015). About 6.12pm emergency services were called to a house on Macarthur Street. When they arrived, police and firefighters were told a resident was unaccounted for. Once the fire was extinguished,

Myall Coast Mudcrabs Rugby Union look to compete in 2015

The Myall Coast Rugby Union Club, known locally as the Mudcrabs, will be entering a side in the Lower Mid North Coast competition in season 2015. This team, to be competitive in this competition needs some extra players and are keen to talk to interested  and potential players, whether your background is

Tea Gardens Mens Bowlers farwell Bob Foster

WEDNESDAY bowls tried out a new format on 21st January. Play started at 9.30 am and two games of 10 ends were played without a stoppage for lunch. Most matches were completed by 1.15 pm which allowed plenty of time for a leisurely lunch after without the hassle of going out again. The

John Barr putting to victory at Hawks Nest

Long time golfing great John Barr played a blistering round of golf at Hawks Nest Golf Club to annihilate all other competitors in the daylight savings Thursday afternoon golf competition. He played so well John even won the nearest to the pin competition. Not to be outdone on a great day of golf

Myall Coast Performance: A special feature

2015 brings many new opportunities for students as Studio 2324 heads into its 22nd year of operation. With past graduates being accepted into prestigious schools like the New Zealand School of Ballet and the Victorian College of the Arts, it is obvious that students don’t need to travel far for exceptional training. Located

Marking the Centenary of the First World War

From 7 January to 30 April 2015, the Parliament will join the nation in marking the Centenary of the First World War with an exhibition titled Politics & Sacrifice: NSW Parliament and the Anzacs. Through a display of photographs, books, newspaper articles, propaganda and records from the Parliamentary and other collections, the

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