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UPDATED: Kayaker dies in raging river near Point Hut
UPDATE – 7:30 pm, 9 August: A man has died while kayaking in the flooded waters of the Murrumbidgee River near Point Hut Crossing this afternoon (9 August). At about 2:00 pm, the man, one of a group of kayakers, became stuck under a bridge in his...

Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack surprise guest as Country Liberals launch election tilt
DEPUTY Prime Minister Michael McCormack was the surprise guest of honour at the Country Liberal Party's election campaign launch in Darwin today. Mr McCormack addressed the party faithful alongside Opposition Leader Lia Finocchiaro at a packed...

NSW Health Minister's attack on Opposition Leader shows how 'out of touch he is'
NSW Opposition Health spokesperson Ryan Park says Health Minister Brad Hazzard showed exactly how out of touch he is when he “inappropriately” targeted the opposition leader in parliament. Opposition Leader Jodi McKay asked the health minister...

UPDATE: Young man dies in tragic Imbil crash
UPDATE Sunday 1pm. POLICE have confirmed the 21-year-old Bollier man involved in the Thursday night crash at Imbil has tragically died in hospital. More Stories. Car rolls over in Rainbow Beach crash · Police find trailer, tools probably stolen near Gympie...

50th Gem Show

This year – 2017 - we will be holding our 50th Gem Show so come along on Saturday 26th August. Opening time will be 9:00 am to 3:00 pm at the Hemmant Community Hall, Hemmant-Tingalpa Rd, Hemmant. Traders and tailgaters will be displaying precious and semi-precious gemstones. Opals, crystal, fossils minerals, jewellery, beads and findings, lapidary supplies, tools, equipment and handicraft. Club members will be showcasing their talent with a display of handmade jewellery, cabochons and collections. Our club table will be covered with homemade jams, pickle and delicious cakes. Refreshment are available at our Soft Rock Cafe. Buy a ticket in the raffle of beautiful jewellery made by our members. Something for everyone – all tastes, all ages, all budgets, Admission $4 Pensioners, $3. Under 12 free.