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From the newsroom PM 30/7/12

DAILY Examiner reporters are putting the finishing touches to their stories for the day.

Terry Deefholts has caught up with the latest candidate to throw his hat in the ring for the Clarence Valley elections, Grafton businessman Michael McIver.

On his first day on the job Lachlan Thompson has come up with some good news for local fire brigades with some expansion in numbers expected instead of cuts.

He has also been looking ahead to Wednesday and getting some information together about a story on the Clarence Valley Council's new bin system.

Around the office there's been plenty of talk about the Olympics, especially how good it is Australia is ahead of the Poms on the medal table.




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