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South Coast resident hospitalised after eating poisonous wild mushrooms - South Coast Register
A South Coast resident was one of 10 people hospitalised throughout NSW this month after eating poisonous wild mushrooms. The spate of hospitalisations across the state in February has caused NSW Health to issue a warning about the dangers of foraging for ...
Police search for missing seven-year-old boy Tenshin Booby in Wagga Wagga - South Coast Register
Police have launched a major search for a missing seven-year-old boy in Wagga Wagga. Tenshin Booby was last seen at his home in the inner suburb of Mt Austin about 11am on Saturday. Locals in the area also reported seeing him at a bus stop on Bourke Street ...
About last night: My migraine didn't stop him celebrating - South Coast Register
Q: I woke up on December 31 with a migraine. My partner of three years didn't cancel our party, and entertained while I was upstairs in bed (door and blinds closed to avoid noise and light), aware of the celebrations, but unable to join in. They started ...
Three hospitalised, 60 found with drugs at Future Music festival - South Coast Register
Three people have been taken to hospital, one in a serious condition, after attending the Future Music festival in Sydney on Saturday. Dozens of others came to the attention of police when they were caught trying to bring drugs into the event. The festival ...
Noodle Market vendors almost double stock ready for the Saturday crowds - South Coast Register
The Enlighten Night Noodle Market vendors are re-stocked and ready for the Saturday crowds. Reconciliation Place became a truly bustling marketplace as crowds queued to get their first serve of the Enlighten Night Noodle Markets on Friday night. More than ...
Productivity road test: Soothing playlists to keep you in the work groove - South Coast Register
Focus. Such a slippery sucker. One minute it's there, then "poof" suddenly you're scrolling up and down your inbox "just in case", engrossed in vital tasks such as refilling your favourite stapler or deciding whether anyone will notice if you take lunch at ...
Governor’s visit to Nowra school | History - South Coast Register
A GOLD key presented at Nowra Public School in 1908 was taken to England by the recipient, only to be returned to its town of origin some 42 years later. The story began when State Governor, Sir Harry Rawson was invited by the Parents and Citizens ...
Drugs worth $10,000 seized in Nowra - South Coast Register
DRUGS with a possible street value of $10,000 were discovered in a car in South Nowra on Friday night. At about 11pm on Friday, police pulled over a car carrying three people on the Princes Highway, South Nowra. Police discovered 25 grams of cannabis and ...
Government: Protective Services Officers, the familiar face of safety on Victoria's trains - South Coast Register
In the three years since the former Victorian government began deploying protective services officers on the state's rail network, the uniformed men and women have become a familiar – and comforting – sight at city, suburban and some country stations.
Education: Avenel primary teacher Kate Phoenix wins teacher of year award - South Coast Register
Kate Phoenix, who was lauded as Primary Teacher of the Year at the 2014 Victorian Education Excellence Awards, says she knew instantly she had chosen the right vocation. Phoenix, 30, teaches at Avenel Primary School in Victoria's north-east, not far from ...
'No Plan B': Did Mike Baird just hand Labor the campaign line it was looking for? - South Coast Register
We didn't really know what to expect from the first leaders' debate of the 2015 election campaign. After all, while Mike Baird and Luke Foley have been conducting hostilities since the latter became Opposition Leader in January, the fact they are in ...
South Coast teacher charged with sexual assault - South Coast Register
A SOUTH Coast school teacher has been charged after allegedly sexually and indecently assaulting a student at a school. The 15-year-old girl attended the school where the 41-year-old man taught. Detectives from the Child Abuse Squad said the girl told ...
Teacher pleads guilty to indecent act while watching boys shower - South Coast Register
A RETIRED master of Sydney Grammar who masturbated while watching young boys shower in Warrnambool over the Christmas holidays has been placed on an 18-month community corrections order. Adrian Cooper, 76, of Queens Park, this week pleaded guilty in the ...
'There was no reply': witness heard fatal gun shots while on phone with victim - South Coast Register
A WITNESS at a murder committal in Albury on Friday told how he was talking to Lavington man Luke Hargrave by phone when he was fatally shot at his home in 2013. The conversation between Shannon Turnbull and Mr Hargrave took place between 10.30pm and 10 ...
Tradie to the rescue: CPR at service station saves young woman's life - South Coast Register
A WOMAN was brought back to life thanks to the actions a Bendigo tradesman on Thursday. The woman in her early 20s was sitting in a car at the Caltex service station on the corner of High and Oak Streets just before 1pm when she stopped breathing.