Dark world of Australia's secret church
VICTIMS claim they've endured the worst kinds of physical, mental and sexual abuse, while being stripped of life savings.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Falling unemployment rates on the Mid North Coast may hide significant problems
Unemployment rates are falling on the Mid North Coast, but the figures may mask more significant problems for the region.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Marineland animals off to Australia
Marineland's seals and sea lions look likely to be making their delayed trans-Tasman flights before the end of the year.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Taranaki Daily News
Kayak found: now to retrieve it
Scott Donaldson is on a mission to retrieve the kayak he spent almost three months in while trying to cross the Tasman.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Cloud hangs over coastal subdivision due to developer's financial problems
The future of a controversial coastal sub-division north of Coffs Harbour is unclear, due to the developer's serious financial problems.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Solo kayaker's journey across Tasman world first for asthma
On the 19th of April, Scott Donaldson left Coffs Harbour, on a mission to be the first person to kayak across the Tasman Sea alone.
Greens preselect 2015 candidates for Port Macquarie and Coffs Harbour
Candidates for the seats of Port Macquarie and Coffs Harbour have been formally announced, less than nine months from polling day.
Fans get a glimpse of TV's hottest new cast as more details of The...
Tradies get the ladies! Fans get a glimpse of TV's hottest new cast as more details of The Block's sizzling contestants are revealed The Block: Glasshouse will bring an extra kick of beauty and brawn when it returns to TV screens later this year.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
NAIDOC: Aboriginal elder shares pride over family military service
Despite being unable to vote, Sandra Bolt's father enlisted to serve his country in the Second World War.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
The New Zealand Herald
Trans-Tasman kayaker blown further away
A kayaker attempting the first solo crossing across the Tasman has drifted further away from the Taranaki coast overnight as rough seas and weather have forced him to "hunker down" in his vessel.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
Murder cases have chilling similarities
AS THE NSW government prepares to spend billions on new stations, take a look at exclusive photos of the eerie labyrinth of tunnels under the city.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Big ukulele tours big things for big festival
In the lead up to the Cairns Ukulele Festival organisers have toured Australia's 'big things' with their own big couch and big ukulele.
NSW Blues honoured with the 'keys to the city' of Coffs Harbour
Hundreds of people turned out to see the State of Origin-winning NSW Blues presented with the 'keys to the city' of Coffs Harbour yesterday afternoon.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Canberra City News
Canberra Confidential / Shooting cockatoos
SNAPPER Gary Schafer was heading home the other day and couldn't resist slamming on the brakes, leaping out and shooting this lovely late-afternoon photo of cockatoos enjoying their winter feeding grounds along Canberra Avenue, something that's a regular winter event, he says.