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Faster mobile downloads: New broadcast spectrums freed up by the switch to digital television means mobile phone carriers are now able to offer much faster 4G mobile coverage in parts of Sydney. Picture: Gary Warrick

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Lest we forget: St Dominic's student Connor Jurkovic, 16, with (from left) Owen Rogers, Anil Puri and Martin Rogers at Judges Park where the Poppy Park he designed will be built. Picture: Gary Warrick

Asthe son of an RAAF serviceman, St Dominic's College Kingswood student Connor Jurkovic has marched every year in his local Anzac Da...

Last year's Bendigo Skin Ski and Surf Junior Classic. Picture: LIZ FLEMINGSOME of the best young guns from across the state will converge on Bendigo this Australia Day long weekend.
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More than 5000 people including players, parents andcoaches will be in the city for the 37th annual Bendigo Skin Ski and Surf Junior Classic.

About 229 te...

FRENCH MOVE: Maitland Blacks junior Nic White is leaving the ACT Brumbies.It was one of the hardest decisions Nic White has ever had to make.
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Leaving behind family, friends and, atleast for a little while, the highly sought after Wallabies No.9 jersey to pursue hisprofessional rugby union career in France.

However, the 24-year-old Mai...

MOST IMPROVED: Cessnock's Hayden Spinks won the Sir Jack Brabham junior athlete award in recognition of his great year in road racing.Cessnock motorcycle ace Hayden Spinks has been awarded the Sir Jack Brabham Junior Athlete award for 2014 after an outstanding year in the sport of road racing.
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The award honours Sir Jack Brabham, motoDNA Foun...

THE Little Athletics Zone Carnival was held at Old Bar sporting fields on December 13 and 14.
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Senior relay members (back row) Harrison Clarke, Kenneth Wamsley, Andrew Hughes and Cameron Dunlop. Front Laura Dunlop, Emma Ashton, Tahnee Yates and Natalie Schneider.

The Gloucester club had 15 childrencompeting over both days.

All...

Cessnock has taken out sixth place in travel website TripAdvisor’s Best of 2014 Australian travel destinations.
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The list was compiled from travellers’ ratings and reviews of their most recommended destinations.

The Hunter Valley’s fine wine, world-class accommodation and revolving door of international rock concerts has put Cess...

WIN: School holiday giveaway The Petri family sent this in of them enjoying the school holidays in Sydney. Pictured are Rikki, Wayne, Jacynta and Joe.
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Isaac enjoying his first ever cricket match. He loves the Big Bash and is now a huge Stars fan! He even watched the replay on the TV the next day and spent time designing a Big Bash to...

THE Swimming NSW Country Championships were held at Taree Aquatic Centre on January 10 and 11. A total of 346 swimmers from 54 clubs across regional NSW competed.
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Emily Kearney in action at the NSW Country Championships in Taree earlier this month. Pic courtesy of the Manning River Times.

Gloucester Thunderbolts Swimming Club was ...

A photo of slain South Wentworhville man Darren Galea, held by his father - also of South Wenworthville - who does not wish to be identified. Picture: Geoff Jones.
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A NEW ORCHID hybrid has been propagated in memory of slain South Wentworthville man Darren Galea, whose body was found dumped under Auburn’s Duck River Bridge after an executi...

Protect Ruprecht Park Aboriginal heritage
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Ruprecht Park in Taree is a place of importance, say father and daughter Krystal and Ray Hurst.IT is a place of importance. That is the opinion Krystal and Ray Hurst of Ruprecht Park in Taree and they are keen quash a Greater Taree City Council proposal to dedicate the land to Housing NSW.
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Ruprecht Park is one of 27 parks or reserv...

‘Vampire Freaks’ sex predator Luan Tahiraj has jail sentence reduced
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A Brisbane man who blackmailed a 13-year-old girl into sending an explicit video of herself will be released from prison early, after a Queensland court ruled a 12-year jail term was "crushing and manifestly excessive".
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Luan Tahiraj was jailed in June 2013 for using the internet to try and to procure 13- and 14-year-old girls for s...

Perception: Industry funds are funding the Labor Party
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Perception is more important than reality in many fields, and none more so than politics. Thus it doesn't really matter if it's true that some industry superannuation funds are indirectly funding the Labor Party, as long as there are those within the Liberal Party who believe it.
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That perception might help explain why a new assista...

MORNING RUSH: news, sport, weather, traffic and online buzz
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8.33amOkay, so it's time for me to go. Enjoy the rest of your Tuesday.
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8.31am One last look at the trains and traffic now. There's still good service on the South Coast line. But those two broken-down trucks on the Princes Motorway- one southbound at Bulli Tops and the other northbound near new Mt Pleasant Road still haven't cleare...

Q7 number plate for sale after businessman goes bankrupt
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A rare single-digit Queensland number plate that belonged to a now-bankrupt businessman has gone on sale.
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But you'll need multiple digits to snap it up, with the Q7 plate expected to fetch more than $150,000.

Number plate collector and historian Shane Moore, who runs numberplates南京夜网.au, said Q7 was one of the first r...

Top CEOs raise concerns over Abbott government’s lack of control
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The CEOs said over-regulation, the government's response to the fiscal deficit and debt and the increasing threat of rising taxes were the biggest threats to business growth. Photo: Alex Ellinghausen
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Australia's top chief executives are deeply concerned by the government's lack of control of the nation's debt and an internationally...

Queensland Election 2015: Premier says no, Treasurer more cautious
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Queensland Election: Full coverage
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The Premier says no, but the Treasurer has been more cautious as the government attempts to answer whether Queensland will have to buy back infrastructure at the end of its asset-lease program.

The government has not been able to give a concrete answer on the subject since it was raised las...

Queensland Reds’ Chris Feauai-Sautia hopes for injury turnaround
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Chris Feauai-Sautia of the Reds is tackled by Jerome Kaino of the Blues. Photo: Phil WalterQueensland Red, Chris Feauai-Sautia, hopes his injury luck is about to change for good.
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The 21-year-old has strung together his first full pre-season since joining the Reds in 2012, but he knows better than most the cruel cards that can be de...

Queensland Election: Strife over parked campaign trailer
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An advertising trailer that is believed to be illegally parked was causing an election kerfuffle overnight. Photo: SuppliedQueensland Election: Full coverage
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It might just be a cheeky election ploy, but illegal parking is illegal parking.

Especially during Queensland's 2015 election campaign and especially in the crucial Ashg...

Truckies battle at bowser too
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Border truck driver Matt Willis says diesel costs significantly more in the country than the city. Picture: PETER MERKESTEYN
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THINK you are paying too much for fuel?

Spare a thought for those relying on diesel.

Truck drivers and motorists using diesel are also suffering the city-country price discrepancy, with the RA...