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Optus launches 4G TD-LTE in Canberra
Optus announced today it has gone live with its Time-Division LTE 4G network in Canberra, using the telco's spectrum in the 2.3GHz band.
Ex-Riverina coach charged with child grooming
A former Riverina AFL coach appeared in court yesterday charged with grooming a 13 year old boy at Coffs Harbour.
New study reveals high rates of Indigenous dementia
A ground-breaking study has found Aboriginal Australians are three times more likely to suffer dementia than non-Indigenous Australians.
There is something almost intoxicating about being surrounded by dozens of butterflies as they flutter, feast on nectar or rest in the refracted sunlight.
Mid North and North Coast Rural Report Friday May 10, 2013
The sugar industry's new research & development body, Sugar Research Australia, has officially formed after being registered as a company.
Tasman kayaker springs a leak and turns back
A Kiwi kayaker who set off from the mid-north coast of New South Wales on Monday to resume his solo trip to New Zealand, is again heading back to shore.
Rich berry pickings for region
Rory Dow, BerryExchange's farm manager at Sulphur Creek, samples some strawberries.
Blazing boat rams into nearby vessels
There have been dramatic scenes at a marina on the New South Wales mid-north coast after a fishing trawler caught fire and then rammed into other boats.
Monsters and Critics
Russell Crowe digs 50 trees by hand
The 'Les Miserables' actor took on the mammoth task of digging trenches for his Plane Trees for drainage without the use of machinery at his home in Coffs Harbour, Australia, and insisted the heavy gardening work was a great workout.
Kiwi kayaker forced to ditch Tasman crossing
A New Zealander attempting the first solo trans-Tasman kayak crossing has had to turn back after a leaking bag destroyed his satellite phone.
Russell Crowe Attends Australian Remembrance Service
The Gladiator star, who was born in New Zealand but is now a resident of Australia, was among the crowds who turned out for an early morning service to mark Anzac Day, a national day of remembrance Down Under for troops who died in battle.
Air deal a bonanza for Broome
According to Qantas, since selling tickets on the joint network started in January, Emirates customers from Britain, Europe, North Africa, South-East Asia and the Middle East have bought three times as many fares to regional centres, including Coffs Harbour, Broome and Cairns, as under the previous partnership with British Airways.
LIVE City v Country
Spots in NSW coach Laurie Daley's team for Origin one are up for grabs in Coffs Harbour from 3pm.