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Gen Y: forget about auction results, we're waiting for the hearse - South Coast Register
Let's be honest – I'm never going to be able to afford to buy a home in Sydney until mum and dad die. I don't seek to expedite the process – I hope my parents live as long as they desire. But as the only child of parents with property, my inheritance ...
Family first, but Lehmann says Haddin no certainty for Trent Bridge - South Coast Register
Darren Lehmann has launched a stirring defence of selectors' actions in effectively ending the Test career of Brad Haddin after he had sat out the previous Test to be with his sick daughter, describing it as "the hardest decision as a coach or even as a ...
Donald Trump on why America needs Trump - South Coast Register
Des Moines, Iowa: At her campaign launch in New York last month Hillary Clinton appeared polished and implacable, engaged but not engaging. At his in Miami, Jeb Bush looked better than he had in earlier appearances, but still something was amiss.
Bishop under fire for spending $6000 on flight to Berry function - South Coast Register
Gilmore MP Ann Sudmalis thinks the latest furore over Bronwyn Bishop’s trip to Berry is petty, and there are greater issues people should worry about. The embattled Federal Speaker reportedly spent more than $6000 of taxpayer money on a luxury corporate ...
Truck roll-over on Sussex Inlet Road - South Coast Register
EMERGENCY services are attending an incident on Sussex Inlet Road, Tullarwalla after a truck has rolled. The truck is about half a kilometre from the Sussex Inlet turn-off onto the Princes Highway. The person in the truck is not trapped but remains in the ...
Collision on Princes Highway, Nowra - South Coast Register
12.10pm: THREE vehicles have collided on the Princes Highway and Kalandar Street intersection. The drivers of two vehicles are injured. Police and emergency services are attending. Traffic delays are expected. More information to come.
Mackay child feared abducted has been found - South Coast Register
Police have located a five-year-old girl who was believed to have been abducted from a central Queensland home overnight. Police say Shania Temple was taken from a house on Tay Street, South Mackay, about 12.30am on Saturday. It was reported earlier that ...
Golf on the Recreation Ground at Nowra | History - South Coast Register
WOMEN'S Golf NSW celebrated its centenary earlier this year, and the history of the sport at Nowra dates back almost 100 years. The earliest known female golfer locally was Barbara Grant, daughter of the long serving Presbyterian minister who died in 1948 ...
Child abducted in South Mackay - South Coast Register
Queensland police are calling on the public to help them find a five-year-old girl who was taken from South Mackay in the early hours of Saturday, August 1. Police said the girl was taken from Tay Street, South Mackay at 12.30am and may be at risk.
Shoalhaven Sportstar winners - South Coast Register
THREE worthy winners of their sections were named the winners of the Shoalhaven Sportstar awards on Friday at the Bomaderry Bowling Club. Star hockey player Kyah Gray was named the open winner, champion rower Katrina Ward won the masters and rising field ...
Bushfire could threaten homes in Wentworth Falls - South Coast Register
Homes at Wentworth Falls could be threatened by an out of control bushfire within hours, the Rural Fire Service (RFS) said on Saturday morning. More than 100 firefighters are working on the blaze in an inaccessible area near the Upper Mountains town.
'We don't hear just a boo': Stan Grant on Goodes - South Coast Register
Australia must have a conversation about what Adam Goodes feels as an Indigenous man when he hears the boos, says Stan Grant. The Sky News journalist, who opened up about the shame he felt as an Indigenous child in The Guardian, said the controversy was an ...
In a dark place: Adam Goodes, the nation and the race question - South Coast Register
"I hate the ape ... Goodes is a hairy monkey … Adam Goodes is black, so he [is] the most hated player by default." Before we attempt to interpret the degrees of booing by sports fans – from good-natured heckling to hateful racism – let's confront ...
Keith Dryden, Richie Bensley win Canberra premierships - South Coast Register
It took until Canberra's very last race of the season to decide the trainers' premiership, but Beau Tirage's five-length win was an emphatic way for Keith Dryden to claim his "third or fourth" premiership. Fellow Canberra trainer Matthew Dale won two of ...
Crash at Princes Highway and Island Point Road intersection at Tomerong - South Coast Register
Emergency services are attending a collision at the intersection of the Princes Highway and Island Point Road at Tomerong. A black four wheel drive towing a caravan and a black Mazda hatchback collided about 2.30pm. Traffic is moving slowly northbound.