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Can you hear the thunder? Senator's bluster on Adani

So here’s the question, Senator. What’s in it for Adani to make the donation then?
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'Animal protection isn’t just a left issue': Meet the vegan MP whose policies may change what you eat

Few politicians are asked about their diet as much as newly elected upper house MP Emma Hurst.
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'It is a rollercoaster': looking after 4000 animals in Taronga Zoo's wildlife hospital

In this hospital patients vary from the cute and cuddly to the fearsome, but it doesn't scare Libby Hall or her team.
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Cash-strapped councils blame NSW government for proposed rate hikes

Councils across NSW are struggling to pay for infrastructure such as roads and bridges because of cost shifting and a cap on rate increases.
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Message of faith, renewal and rebirth on Easter Sunday

The Anglican Archbishop of Sydney, Dr Glenn Davies, has used his Easter message to speak of how historical world events pale to the resurrection of Jesus.
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'Most people haven't heard of it': the wagyu beef of the sheep world

After eight years of hard work and a bit of luck, Graham Gilmore will show off his prized Australian white sheep on the final days of the Royal Easter Show.
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Sheepish stars steal the show

Sheep judging at the Royal Easter Show
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'Stupidity on the roads': Police 'bewildered' by behaviour after two deaths in two days

There have been less road deaths compared to this time last year, but police warn some drivers are still "putting lives at risk".
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Police officer stabbed in the back with a hunting knife at Central station

Constable Hayden Edwards, 30, was stabbed with a 45-centimetre hunting knife in an unprovoked attack on a busy platform in Sydney's Central Station on Good Friday.
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Time for reflection on life

Celebrating eternal life, and the pagan spring celebration of fertility and procreation.
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WestConnex first proposes to replace a park with a bike path, then a freeway

The Bereijklian government is making plans to dislodge a tree-lined pedestrian bridge intended to salve the impact of the WestConnex motorway in Sydney’s inner west – before that bridge is even built.
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HIV infection rates in NSW hit record low, but there are concerns

The annual number of new HIV cases in NSW has dropped to the lowest level since 1984, but can it be wiped out by the target year of 2020?
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Policeman rushed to hospital after being stabbed at Central Station

A 25-year-old officer was taken to Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in a serious but stable condition.
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'Tuff luck': Finks bikie wants to remove 'embarrassing' face tattoos

One of the Illawarra's most infamously recognisable criminals plans to remove the facial tattoos that make him so distinctive, a court has heard.
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'The reason for the season': Good Friday marked by performance and truce

Prime Minister Scott Morrison attended a church service in Punchbowl, while Wesley Mission put on a street theatre performance in Martin Place on Good Friday.
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'The reason for the season': Good Friday marked by street theatre and election truce

Prime Minister Scott Morrison attended a church service in Punchbowl, while Wesley Mission put on a performance in Martin Place on Good Friday.
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Scotland Island man charged with online exploitation of nine-year-old girl

The man thought he was talking to the relative of a nine-year-old girl; however, he was actually talking to police.
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Folau must bow to a higher authority: rugby’s sponsors

Once we realise no single group is marginalised we can dismiss Folau's claim as mere religious teaching.
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Sydney church leader delivers Good Friday messages of hope after Notre-Dame

One of Sydney's Anglican religious leaders has used images of Notre-Dame to evoke the suffering of Jesus in his Good Friday message.
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In the Herald: April 19, 1949

Eire becomes republic, Australians "wide open to smallpox", and a cut in beer deliveries
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Rural News

Aussie exports just a drop in the Swine Fever ocean

The Stock Take: Mecardo's Angus Brown writes about the spread of African Swine Fever.
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Adina World Cup polocrosse players meet their trusty steeds

Adina World Cup horse draw one of the largest horse recruitment drives in Australia's peacetime history.
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Agribusiness buzz in brief

A quick check around the traps at some of the news in agribusiness
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Local Events

26

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2019

Drovers Campfire Weekend

Author: Kate

Drovers Campfire Weekend April 26th to April 28th
Do you have a caravan, motor home, camper, 4 x 4, ute, tent or swag? Then get ready for the annual Boggabri Drovers Campfire Weekend. Held at Boggabri Showgrounds it is a weekend of campfires, delicious camp oven meals, whip cracking, shearing demonstrations, tours to local attractions, an antique machinery display, local craft and markets

More information on their website  http://www.droverscampfire.com.au/

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