Kim Sheehy eliminated from The Voice

GRAFTON-born singer plans to pursue music career in Sydney.

There’s no beating these Rebels

The South Grafton Rebels celebrate scoring a second half try against Sawtell Panthers. Group 2 rugby league 26 June 2016 Rex Hardaker Oval. Photo: Brad Greenshields/Coffs Coast Advocate

Rebels take time to find rhythm against Panthers but remain unbeaten

CSG protest blueprint employed against megaport plan

CHILLED OUT: Greens candidate for the seat of Page Kudra Falla-Ricketts at her party's booth at Yamba Markets on Sunday.

Greens say Yamba megaport plan must be nipped in the bud.

Strange Politics: Turnbull and the Galloping Goats gang

“Am I a VLAD now?” Probably what former Prime Minister Tony Abbott is thinking in this photo.

Dutton claims Labor’s latest campaign tactic is really worrying.

Motorcyclist dies in collision at Tabulam

The man, who was in his mid-40s, died at the scene.

SPIRITUAL MATTERS: In need of the Godly truth

Flowers are a gift that can definitely lighten the mood

“WHAT the imagination seizes as beauty must be truth.” (Keats)

Stevens stumps doctors with early return from injury

STUMPED: South Grafton Rebels’ captain courageous Grant Stevens is expected to make an early return from a shoulder and sternum injury this Sunday.

Skipper back in red and white afterr shoulder injury

Ghosts get return to Grafton

TOUGH GOING: Grafton Ghosts’ Rob Howard, Jake Barnett and Daniel Lavender wrestle a Comet to the ground during a recent win.

Home side on finals charge ready for hapless Sea Eagles

2016 Go Art prize winners

The junior winner Brayden Jamieson, from McAuley Catholic College with his winning painting, beach inspired landscape.

All the placegetters from art competition

Jail time for hefty drug haul

Opening of the new Court House, Justice Precint  in Coffs Harbour. Smoking ceremoney, Andrew Fraser MP,Mark Flanders, David Carriage [smoker], Ms Cassandra Banks, The Hon. Brad Hazzard MP.28 January 2015.Photo Leigh Jensen / Coffs Coast Advocate

Jail time for hefty drug haul

G is for .... the Grafton Cup

GRINNERS: The McKimm's real estate table of (l-r) Liam Bland, Trent Dickson, Adam Crawley and jamie Cousemacker celebrate their horse coming in and McKimms winning naming rights to the 2016 Grafton Cup at the Kensei Club dinner on Saturday night.

A to Z countdown to the July Racing Carnival

Government claims record investment in highway upgrade

FUNDING: Chris Gulaptis (left) and Duncan Gay are pleased with the amount of money coming for the Pacific Highway upgrade in 2016-17.

$950 million for work between Woolgoolga and Ballina

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LETTER: Are we in danger of losing our sense of humour?

Now the dust has settled on the Eddie McGuire Caroline Wilson affair I would just like to ask a question.

LETTER: Which candidates actually support local business?

'How To Vote' pamphlets from various candidates in the electorate of Page for the 2016 Federal election.Photo Bill North / Daily Examiner

Page candidates use companies in Sydney to print election material

SES expresses thanks for community cooperation

A wave crashes against the point near the mouth of the Wooli River after big storms.

Wooli residents thoughtful and responsibility in response to warning

C'mon Yamba, let's do the Douglas double

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Suggestion to name fields after both international football brothers

STRANGE POLITICS: Bill cops verbal hiding at Liberal launch

An artist's impression of Barnaby Joyce dropping some "sick burns" on the opposition leader.

Joyce waiting for Labor to comment on the coalition's moon policy

On A Lighter Note: The many ways not to shake hands

Greg Bray.

You can tell a lot from a handshake

OPINION: Steaks have been raised in vegan challenge

My meals have comprised vegetables, soy and a squeeze of lemon juice for dinner. And another firm favourite is a wombok salad for dinner and lunch.

Four days in and it’s a lot tougher than I thought.

The Hard Word: Ballina freezes over

'When Hell Freezes Over' metal festival a stunning success.

WATCH: She's 17 and taming wild brumbies

Lauren Hughes.

New South Wales family training wild horses Kosciusko National Park

Manslaughter accused walks out on bail

James Callow will walk out of jail on bail on Monday

Committee backs reparations for Stolen Generations

Ike Kennedy, Charles Charlton-Walker, William Ferguson-Gardiner and Thomas Gardiner were on the Gold Coast dancing for a tourism promotion.

Compensation scheme recommended for stolen generation

Greens battle over ‘destructive’ biodiversity law reform

Coastal emus in danger.

Claims the state government is attacking biodiversity

Solar farms approved but NSW lags on renewables

Baird Government seeks green cred with solar farms

Turnbull says #Brexit is reason to "stick with this mob"

Turnbull says Australia should "stick with this mob" for a while

Dire warnings from Turnbull at Liberal campaign launch

“There is no higher responsibility in government than protecting our borders and ensuring our nation is well-prepared to deal with threats to our security."

"You could end up with Bill Shorten as prime minister"

Inquiry finds supermarket giant underpaid trolley collectors

BIGGER IS BETTER: Woolworths are the valley has applied for a 750 square metre expansion

There were allegations of threats, intimidation at Queensland sites

WATCH: How a texan llama uses a leaf blower to stay cool

A Texan zoo has found a creative way to keep a llama cool

Turnbull to officially launch coalition campaign today

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull speaks to the media during a press conference in Sydney, Saturday, June 25, 2016. Mr Turnbull and Mr Morrison commented on the referendum in the United Kingdom to leave the European Union.

Malcolm Turnbull aims to focus on stability and economic growth

Ginia Rinehart’s soon-to-be husband from Nambour

Australia’s richest woman, Gina Rinehart

REVEALED: Gina Rinehart's future son-in-law is a Nambour boy.

Star-struck Gladstone man seeks selfie with Pauline Hanson

Pauline Hansen in Gladstone June 24, 2016. Pauline and Fraser Anning.Photo Mike Richards / The Observer

FLYNN voter visits his favourite pollie.

Rio Games drug lab suspended after testing errors discovered

International Olympic Committee, IOC, President Thomas Bach, from Germany, speaks during a press conference after the Olympic Summit IOC in Lausanne, Switzerland, Tuesday, June 21, 2016. Olympic leaders met to consider further measures to crack down on doping ahead of the Rio de Janeiro Olympics in the wake of the ban on Russian track and field athletes.

Rio's doping lab has lost accreditation

Juno just days away from insertion in Jupiter

Why do we know so much more about Saturn than Jupiter?

UK voters crash parliament site in hope of second referendum

Protestors gather outside N10 Downing Street on the day British Prime Minister David Cameron announcing his resignation after losing the vote in the EU Referendum outside N10 Downing Street in London, Britain, 24 June 2016. Approximately 52 percent voted for Leave in the so-called Brexit referendum.

Voters are scrambling for a second shot at the vote

BREXIT: How old people screwed over young people

Nigel Farage, the leader of the UK Independence Party speaks to the media on College Green in London, Friday, June 24, 2016. Britain voted to leave the European Union after a bitterly divisive referendum campaign, according to tallies of official results Friday.

How old people have screwed over the younger generation

Hunt for survivors continues after Chinese disaster

food and water safety standards.

“Reducing air pollution is about people’s welfare and the country’s economic future,” the State Council said in a statement.

At least 98 have been confirmed dead alongside hundreds of injured.

Footballer given brown...I mean, red card for farting

Swedish soccer player Adam Lindin Ljungkvist was given a red card for breaking wind deliberately

‘What, am I not allowed to break wind a little?’

Teen couple kissing at Woolworths 'disgusting'

'I reported the matter to Policelink'

TOO FAR? Blues jersey cost this fan his train ride

Chris Chambers didn't let the incident dampen his love of the Blues on Origin night.

Blues aren't loved in these parts, but do they deserve this?

Who are the most reliable airlines in Australia?

Aeroplanes on the runway at Sunshine Coast Airport, Virgin Australia plane.
Photo: Iain Curry / Sunshine Coast Daily

Wondering who will fly you there on time? Check the latest stats

House Rules pair creates stir at coffee drive through

Luke and Cody Cook are celebrities in Toowoomba. Photo Contributed

'Oh my god, I want to meet Luke and Cody so badly'

John Safran tracks rise of minor parties in new doco

John Safran stars in the TV special The Goddam Election! With John Safran.

THE filmmaker puts book on hold to cover strange trends in election.

EXCLUSIVE: Find out what really makes Heston tick

Heston Blumenthal is a judge on the MasterChef panel this week.

Heston on cooking and questioning everything

Heston feels “part of the furniture” on MasterChef

Heston Blumenthal returns to MasterChef tonight for Heston Week.

Heston's returns to MasterChef this week.

PREVIEW: Game of Thrones S6E10 Winds of Winter

Jonathan Pryce in a scene from season six episode 10 of Game of Thrones. Supplied by Foxtel.

A look ahead to Game of Thrones S6E10: Winds of Winter.

Book review: The vibrancy of vegies

This book is for anyone who loves cooking with vegetables.

Don't know how to make the most of your vegies? Here's the solution.

Police on lookout for Sinead O'Connor amid wellbeing fears

Police are on the lookout for Sinead O'Connor

Sony releases 23MP super fast X series phones

Sony's Xperia X camera features a hybrid focus system designed to predict the action to capture the moment.

Australian details revealed for new Xperia X Series

Half of small businesses work weekends and evenings

Corporate Rodeo

Paperwork obligations on small business owners are becoming harsher

BREXIT: Why decision to leave could trigger another GFC

Rupert Murdoch's The Sun pushed for Britain to leave the EU.

Price of gold soars as Britain votes to exit EU

Markets and betting give strong indication of Brexit winner

Ballots from the City of Westminster and City of London are counted at the Lindley Hall, Royal Horticultural Halls, in London, Britain, 23 June 2016. Counting gets underway in the referendum on the UK's membership of the European Union.

The official Brexit result will be known at 4pm AEST today

How to be a farmer when you're allergic to your crop

Rob Hutchings from Freshwater Crayfish Traders at Tarome.

VIDEO: Crayfish invasion hits the Scenic Rim.

Rio Tinto to pay $24,000 for refusing to pay sick leave

Rio Tinto’s Hail Creek Coal mine west of Mackay.

Rio Tinto has been ordered to pay $24,000 to the CFMEU.