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29/08/2014 |Copyright – Even monkeys get it Have you heard the one about the monkey that stole a camera and took a grinning selfie that went around the world? The crested black macaque’s cheeky grin appeared everywhere...
25/08/2014 |Court backs conditions set in a will A recent Supreme Court case highlights how a person making a will can legally stipulate conditions on those who are to benefit from their estate. A father refused to leave an inheritance to four of his children unless they converted from Jehovah’s Witnesses to Roman Catholic within three months of him dying...
1/07/2014 |YAGOONA MAN RYAN KITCHING ASKS DRIVER OF CAR THAT STRUCK HIM TO COME FORWARD RYAN Kitching has a simple message for the driver of the car who knocked him off his bike and shattered his pelvis in Yagoona this year – “please come forward”...
10/06/2014 |Taree and district - take a bow "CULTURE and creativity are integral parts of every great city and with its fine teachers, the Manning Entertainment Centre and you, the entrants, Taree and district can take a bow." Tim Stack smiles with pride as he talks about the Taree and District Eisteddfod, of which he has been president since 1978.