Alert as smoke affects people with breathing problems

HEALTH officials in NSW have put asthma suffers and those with other respiratory illnesses on high alert as air pollution levels rise as a result of the fires gripping the state.

Many areas, even those many hundreds of kilometres away from the fire are experiencing heavy smoke and dirty air.

Health officials have cautioned against outdoor exercise and have reminded asthma sufferers to follow their asthma action plans.

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MISSING: Police appeal for help to locate three teens

Police are searching for information to find three missing children who are believed to be travelling on the North Coast.

Concerns held for welfare of missing children

TURNING RIGHT IS NOT RIGHT: Poll results are in

The offending no turn sign on the Through St/Bent St roundabout blocks the view of traffic enterring to the right causing havoc for drivers.

Police get popular support for traffic campagin

Investor interest in $1.175m Iluka property

HIGH END: The two near new flats, a part of the property for sale at 80 Charles St, Iluka.

80 Charles St boasts potential for growth

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