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Tuesday at 9.45
Monday at 8.30
Barwon voters turn away from the National Party ahead of next year's state election.
Year 12 students can smell freedom, but not before completing their HSC exams which begin on Thursday.
The Royal tour took on extra significance today with news Meghan Markle is pregnant.
Gunnedah orange grower welcomes Prime Minister's plan to get Australian welfare recipients on farms.
Wool producers across the region have been given a royal surprise in the letter box.
Senior lifeguards have shut down all patrolled Coffs Coast beaches due to dangerous surf conditions.
Sheep and cattle farmers are turning to an unlikely hero to guard stock from predators... donkeys.
With 98% of the state in drought, charity groups continue to support rural communities.
Drought envoy Barnaby Joyce is calling on the federal government to begin auditing drought donations.
The National Drought Coordinator does not know where $50 million worth of donations has been spent and farmers are furious.
Regional banking has been bolstered with the renewal of Bank at Post services.
It's something often overlooked, how the drought impacts children in the bush on school holidays.
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