Tim Howard

Tim Howard
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Published a story 6:32am Oct 2nd

WHEN your cafe has been insanely busy in its first 12 months of business, the only crazy thing to do is hold a Mad Hatter’s Tea Party.

Tilted Teaspoon dishes up Mad Hatter’s Party

2 Oct 2014

WHEN your cafe has been insanely busy in its first 12 months of business, the only crazy thing to do is hold a Mad Hatter’s Tea Party.

Published a story 6:28am Oct 2nd

A GROUP that looks after an iconic herd of brumbies is looking to muster up more public support.

Brumbies mob mounts a push

2 Oct 2014

A GROUP that looks after an iconic herd of brumbies is looking to muster up more public support.

Published a story 4:30pm Sep 30th

Police Rescue is this afternoon working to retrieve the body of a kayaker from the Nymboida River.

Man dead on Nymboida River near Dorrigo

1 Oct 2014

Police Rescue is this afternoon working to retrieve the body of a kayaker from the Nymboida River.

Published a story 2:54pm Sep 30th

CLARENCE Valley Council staff are having an edgy time in their Prince St offices after a one-metre eastern brown snake was spotted in a front garden about 2pm.

Brown snake puts council staff on edge for afternoon

30 Sep 2014

CLARENCE Valley Council staff are having an edgy time in their Prince St offices after a one-metre eastern brown snake was spotted in a front garden about 2pm.

Published a story 5:34am Sep 30th

TELLING a magistrate you’ve spent your time fishing instead of appearing in her court will not get you a good hearing.

Fisherman throws out wrong line for court

30 Sep 2014

TELLING a magistrate you’ve spent your time fishing instead of appearing in her court will not get you a good hearing.

Published a story 5:25am Sep 30th

THE prospect of a rising terrorist threat in Australia is something uppermost on the minds of police as they remember departed comrades.

Police regard an attack on one as hurting all

30 Sep 2014

THE prospect of a rising terrorist threat in Australia is something uppermost on the minds of police as they remember departed comrades.

Published a story 5:24am Sep 29th

THE Nymboida Canoe Centre provided the perfect venue for a charity organisation’s annual fundraiser that raised more than $70,000.

Bikers dig deep during challenge

29 Sep 2014

THE Nymboida Canoe Centre provided the perfect venue for a charity organisation’s annual fundraiser that raised more than $70,000.

Published a story 6:19am Sep 27th

DAILY Examiner chief photographer Adam Hourigan has lit a fire under the prestigious Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize with his photograph of a cane blaze at Palmers Island.

Photographer heading towards a blaze of glory

27 Sep 2014

DAILY Examiner chief photographer Adam Hourigan has lit a fire under the prestigious Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize with his photograph of a cane blaze at Palmers Island.

Commented on a story 5:54pm Sep 26th

"Not bad for a bloke nearly 70 to be able to kick a footy hard enough to break a fan's nose. Can't see..."

Published a story 11:03am Sep 26th

RESIDENTS of Lanitza, Kungala, Halfway Creek and nearby areas will have a chance to meet vent their views on local government issues next month.

Councillors and staff to tour Lanitza area next month

26 Sep 2014

RESIDENTS of Lanitza, Kungala, Halfway Creek and nearby areas will have a chance to meet vent their views on local government issues next month.

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