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South Coast Register Newspaper Headlines from Nowra, Australia

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Sanctuary Point resident Les Boucher says community left on on the scrapheap - South Coast Register
2014-10-29T04:22:50Z
SANCTUARY Point resident Les Boucher says many people came away from Monday night’s Community Crime Crisis feeling they had been thrown on the scrap heap. “It was a waste of bloody time,” Mr Boucher said. “I’m just calming down now. “At least ...

Cr Amanda Findley's petition call falls on deaf ears - South Coast Register
2014-10-29T02:56:56Z
SHOALHAVEN City Council has been accused of failing to get behind the central Shoalhaven community and its concerns about crime in the area. Following Monday night’s crime meeting at Sanctuary Point, Greens councillor Amanda Findley brought forward two ...

Drug arrests at Dragon Dreaming festival at Wee Jasper - South Coast Register
2014-10-29T21:04:59Z
Seventy four people were found to be in possession of illegal drugs at the Dragon Dreaming festival near Yass over the weekend which saw at least two people arrested, police are saying. NSW Police said they are "disappointed by the amount of people found ...

need2know: Lower open ahead - South Coast Register
2014-10-29T20:14:53Z
Local shares are poised to open lower as the Federal Reserve confirmed its positive outlook for the US economy. National Australia Bank profit report. Commonwealth Bank of Australia is set to launch a $1 billion “tier two” subordinated bond to ...



Coogee sunbather Miles Davies lucky to be alive after being run over - South Coast Register
2014-10-29T17:44:33Z
Miles Davies was enjoying a day off from work, sunbaking on a grassy spot above Coogee beach, when a blue van crushed his skinny frame. "I was just lying there, enjoying life, soaking in the sun when the van just drove over the top of me," Mr Davies, who ...

Retreat not the solution to Ebola, microbiologist Tim Inglis argues - South Coast Register
2014-10-29T17:37:24Z
Rich countries such as Australia cannot protect themselves from the Ebola virus by retreating behind their borders, an Australian microbiologist has argued in an international medical journal. Writing in the journal Nature, University of Western Australia ...

Yotam Ottolenghi wants more respect for overboiled vegetables - South Coast Register
2014-10-29T13:19:42Z
The heart-throb of the artichoke-heart world, Yotam Ottolenghi, is such a champion of vegetables that the Aussie staple is hereby renamed three veg and meat. Just as parents can't choose a favourite child, Ottolenghi, 45, doesn't have a favourite vegetable ...

Surfer hospitalised after shark attack at Wallabi Point - South Coast Register
2014-10-29T11:03:41Z
A 20-year-old surfer has been hospitalised after being grabbed by a shark at Wallabi Point on Wednesday evening. Ryan Hunt, a 20-year-old from nearby Old Bar, was surfing small waves at the beach about 6pm when the shark attacked. Initially it is ...



Ulladulla man charged over $4.92 million fraud - South Coast Register
2014-10-29T05:34:25Z
DETECTIVES from the State Crime Command’s Fraud and Cybercrime Squad have charged an Ulladulla man who was wanted for fraud offences totalling close to $5 million. Strike Force McMaster is a Fraud and Cybercrime Squad investigation into alleged mortgage ...

We are alone in the galaxy: Brian Cox - South Coast Register
2014-10-29T08:19:03Z
The process which led to the creation of humankind on earth was a fluke - and it is highly unlikely it has been repeated anywhere else in the galaxy. That is the view of English physicist Professor Brian Cox, who made the assertion in an episode of BBC's ...

Vincentia Public School food fair offers global tastes - South Coast Register
2014-10-29T07:36:06Z
STUDENTS at Vincentia Public School are gearing up for the school’s 15th annual food fair on Saturday, November 8. The community event will run from 5pm until 8pm at the school and will give guests a taste of flavours from around the world. Some of the ...

Concern for security, nationalism and trust in government are all on the rise in a national survey - South Coast Register
2014-10-28T14:32:28Z
The level of trust in the Abbott government has soared in three months as public attention shifts from the budget to a heightened sense of nationalism in the context of national security, a new survey indicates. In the middle of the year only 26 per cent ...

Bomaderry Melbourne Cup Day lunch gallops ahead - South Coast Register
2014-10-29T06:10:12Z
EVERYTHING is in place for another fantastic day at the Bomaderry Bowling Club’s Melbourne Cup Charity Luncheon. The Nowra branch of the United Hospital Auxiliary representatives has put together a number of raffle prizes with the generosity of local ...

Bum Tree base left in limbo - South Coast Register
2014-10-28T17:09:57Z
SHOALHAVEN City Council has still not decided what to do with the remains of the Bum Tree. It’s been more than six months since the 45-metre, 400-year-old blackbutt was removed as part of black spot funding to widen Gerroa Road at the intersection with ...

Adam Liaw's barbecue noodles - South Coast Register
2014-10-29T05:34:25Z
Fried noodles may not seem like the most natural barbecue dish, but don't tell that to the Japanese – a barbecue hotplate makes a great home teppanyaki grill. Fried udon noodles or egg noodles are a great way to use the barbecue for a family dinner or a ...

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