Monthly Archives for June, 2019



Be vocal over violence

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Keep trying: “The fear of harm may stop her from disclosing it straight away, so be patient," said VOCAL's Kerrie Thompson. Picture: Max Mason-HubersFRIENDS, neighbours and colleagues of women suspected to be inabusive relationships have been encouraged to forget about minding their own business and “break the silence” instead.
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The Stumblin’ Wilburys back for one night

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Reunion: Frankie J Holden, Andy O’Donnell, Garry Carson Jones, Pol O’Shea, David Crowden and Ken Vatcher have amazing on stage chemistry as the Stumblin' WilburysMerimbula will come alive on Saturday, August 27, when the Stumblin’ Wilburys reform for a onenight only reunion performance with their fantastic energetic show Back from the Wilburyness.
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Showcasing the hits of super group The Continue reading the story "The Stumblin’ Wilburys back for one night"

Weekend planner August 26-28

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Bel Canto choir: Students from Tacking Point Public School audition to be part of this musical group which will perform on Sunday at the Uniting Church Port Macquarie, along with Edgecliff Prep Singers, Cantorus and Rose Wilson.FRIDAY
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ARIA Hall of Famer Glenn Shorrock performs at Laurieton United Services Club on Saturday at 8pm. Tickets are $35 at Continue reading the story "Weekend planner August 26-28"

Addressing skill shortages

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NEW SKILLS: Holden senior HR manager Jamie Getgood (left), Porthaul Forestry's James Williamson, AFPA SA state manager Clare Scriven, City of Mount Gambier CEO Mark McShane, Department of State Development automotive transitions team's Alan Sibbons and RDA Limestone Coast chair Richard Vickery at the recent meeting.The forestry industry across the Green Triangle Regionhas expanded rapidly over the last fiveyears with an estimated doubling of harvest Continue reading the story "Addressing skill shortages"

Hawks title defence is a matter of defence

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Captain coach and five-eighth: Dave McGrady led the Warriors to a maiden year minor premiership and will now try to create history when he leads his side out in the Group 19 grand final at Inverell. Photo: Rachel Holmes
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Inverell might be heading into their third straight Group 19 grand final, althoughit will be their first at Continue reading the story "Hawks title defence is a matter of defence"