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Group 7 Grand Final 2014: Support your team | Interactive - South Coast Register
They've worked hard all year on and off the paddock, and the big day is almost here. Who will you be cheering for at the 2014 Group 7 rugby league grand final? Leave a message of support for your team here. Gates open at Collegians Sports Complex, Figtree ...
Man arrested in terrorist raids appears in court - South Coast Register
One of the men arrested in this morning's anti-terrorism raids in Sydney has appeared in court on a charge of conspiracy to commit a terrorist act. Prosecutors allege that he was part of a plan to commit an act to "shock, horrify and terrify" the community.
Solomon Lew's Premier impresses, but doubters persist - South Coast Register
Most analysts believe billionaire rag trader Solomon Lew has the Midas' touch, saying his Premier Investments fashion group can continue to defy a downbeat retail sector. But some stock crunchers are more cautious, saying Mr Lew would struggle to replicate ...
Kirsten Dunst rents out her $3 million New York apartment - South Coast Register
Despite a recent nude photo scandal, actress Kirsten Dunst has a pretty enviable life. From fancy threads to an enviable love life - hello, Jake Gyllennhaal - the Marie Antoinette star has everything a girl could want. Lucky for us, there is now a chance ...
Hansen, Adams to miss Sydney final - South Coast Register
Lachie Hansen and Leigh Adams have both been ruled out of North Melbourne's squad to face Sydney this weekend – but Roos defender Joel Tippett is a chance to match up on brother Kurt. Coach Brad Scott ruled Hansen and Adams out before training on ...
Public beheading fears: Tony Abbott confirms police believed terrorists planned 'demonstration killings' - South Coast Register
Prime Minister Tony Abbott says intelligence indicates people in Australia were allegedly planning a public beheading to be carried out in the name of militant group Islamic State. Mr Abbott's comments come as police say they have thwarted a "serious act ...
'Stupid and ignorant': Cory Bernardi's comments linking terrorism raids with a push to ban burqa slammed - South Coast Register
Comments by a Liberal senator linking terror raids with a campaign to ban the burqa have been described as "stupid and ignorant" and designed to "feed prejudice". As news broke of the mass counter-terrorism operation across Sydney and Brisbane, in which 15 ...
PM Tony Abbott may not return to Arnhem land after counter-terrorism briefings - South Coast Register
Prime Minister Tony Abbott has signalled he may not return to Arnhem Land after he farewells troops headed for the Middle East on Thursday, citing the counter-terrorism raids in Sydney and Brisbane. Mr Abbott will travel to Sydney after seeing off the ...
Airbus patents in-flight virtual reality helmet - South Coast Register
Noisy children, bad movies and crushing boredom: long-haul flights are the unwelcome prologue for any Australians heading overseas. But now Airbus is considering a technology that could make 14 hours in a flying box somewhat more bearable: an in-flight ...
Bomaderry cricketer Matthew Bell in Pyree motorcycle accident - South Coast Register
WELL-KNOWN local sportsman Matthew Bell is in a serious condition in St George Hospital after a motorcycle accident on Greenwell Point Road at Pyree on Wednesday afternoon. Police said the 23-year-old’s bike left the roadway just west of Pyree Lane ...
iPhone 6 review round-up: what experts are saying - South Coast Register
The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus will only hit stores on Friday, but they've been in the hands of gadget reviewers around the world for weeks. With bigger screens, faster processors and improved camera, the iPhone 6 series could be the biggest shake-up of ...
Police searching for material linked to Islamic State, al-Qaeda, says man targeted - South Coast Register
A man targeted during counter-terrorism raids across Sydney said police were searching for any material that could link his family to al-Qaeda or Islamic State. Raban Alou said he and his family were ordered to get on the ground of their Wentworthville ...
Simon Goodwin signs on with Melbourne and turns back on Adelaide - South Coast Register
The hot favourite to take over as Adelaide coach has instead signed as Melbourne's senior assistant. Simon Goodwin had been widely tipped to be Brenton Sanderson's successor but instead has accepted the role as the anointed successor to Paul Roos.
Student pleads guilty to accessing records about Frances Abbott design scholarship - South Coast Register
The Sydney student who leaked information about a fashion school scholarship controversially awarded to the daughter of the Prime Minister, Tony Abbott, has pleaded guilty to accessing restricted data. Freya Rachael Sommerville Newman, 21, admitted in the ...
Shoalhaven Heads spring fair set to please - South Coast Register
THE annual Shoalhaven Heads Spring Fair will be held on Sunday, September 21. There will be fun for all ages with the preschool having a kiddy corner with face painting, plaster craft and biscuit decorating. Other attractions include a petting farm ...