May 2015

Commented on a story 5th May 2015 9:57 AM

DETECTIVES claim to have revealed how Jesus Christ looked as a child – based on computer forensics and the world’s most famous relic.

This is what Jesus looked like as a boy, say Italian police

"Sacred relics weren't just superstition, they were one of the big scams of the medieval period. Any age..."

Published a story 5th May 2015 7:25 AM

A HABITUAL disqualified driver who killed a young father and his two children near Casino has had his minimum prison sentence almost doubled on appeal.

Drug driver who killed family gets jail time doubled

A HABITUAL disqualified driver who killed a young father and his two children near Casino has had his minimum prison sentence almost doubled on appeal.

Published a story 4th May 2015 9:53 PM

THERE is not much “mock” in a mock trial, say the two students from a local school which has won both its trials in the competition run by the NSW Law Society.

CVAS students top mock trials competition

THERE is not much “mock” in a mock trial, say the two students from a local school which has won both its trials in the competition run by the NSW Law Society.

Published a story 4th May 2015 6:54 PM

A 41-YEAR-old man allegedly involved in a “Mad Max-style” shootout at Copmanhurst in March has been granted bail totalling $80,000.

'Mad Max' shootout accounts don't add up, bail granted

A 41-YEAR-old man allegedly involved in a “Mad Max-style” shootout at Copmanhurst in March has been granted bail totalling $80,000.

Published a story 2nd May 2015 7:57 AM

PACIFIC Highway road workers could be the saviours of the Grafton Tigers AFL club.

Highway workers could keep Tigers on the prowl

PACIFIC Highway road workers could be the saviours of the Grafton Tigers AFL club.

Published a story 2nd May 2015 7:52 AM

GRAFTON teenager Emily Ford escaped the Anzac Day earthquake in Nepal by a mere five days, but she is not experiencing any feelings of relief.

Emily escaped Nepal earthquake but is desperate to help

GRAFTON teenager Emily Ford escaped the Anzac Day earthquake in Nepal by a mere five days, but she is not experiencing any feelings of relief.

Published a story 1st May 2015 11:18 AM

RIDERS leaving Grafton this morning on the Ride for Flight charity bike ride to Tweed Heads have an idea of the conditions confronting them today.

Kids’ $400 worth the tough ride says charity’s CEO

RIDERS leaving Grafton this morning on the Ride for Flight charity bike ride to Tweed Heads have an idea of the conditions confronting them today.

April 2015

Published a story 30th Apr 2015 6:17 PM

NEVER has a farmer wanted the Bureau of Meteorology to get its rain forecasts wrong than Grafton Agricultural Show president Rex Green.

Let’s hope BoM got it wrong for Grafton Show

NEVER has a farmer wanted the Bureau of Meteorology to get its rain forecasts wrong than Grafton Agricultural Show president Rex Green.

Published a story 29th Apr 2015 6:41 PM

A TEAM of fund-raising bike riders arriving in Grafton this afternoon will add $400.85 to its coffers while  meeting a beneficiary of the charity.

Big ride for Little Wings as Grafton school raises $400

A TEAM of fund-raising bike riders arriving in Grafton this afternoon will add $400.85 to its coffers while meeting a beneficiary of the charity.

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