Western Advocate
Monday, 22 July 2024
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Photos from the Winter Wonderland Christmas in July fundraiser.
Alise McIntosh • 24m ago
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Police attention was drawn in the early hours at Kelso.
Some sales have fallen through since the ballot draw in May.
Rachel Chamberlain
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A map of stage one of the Windy 1100 land release overlaid on a photo of the subdivision.
There was plenty of action off and on the field this weekend.
Tom Barber
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Forbes' Jack Smith sets up a try on Sunday. Picture by Tom Barber
The West Wollongong studio apartment has new owners.
Brendan Crabb
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36/1-5 Mount Keira Road, West Wollongong sold this week for $149,000. Picture: Supplied
'It's time to come together and beat Trump. Let's do this.'
Peter Angelopoulos, Ayden Dawkins • 2hrs ago
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US President Joe Biden speaks during a bilateral meeting with UK Prime Minister Keir Starmer at the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, DC, USA, 10 July 2024. EPA/TING SHEN / POOL
Investigators believe the attack could have been targeted.
Anna Houlahan • 41m ago
Police arrest a 29-year-old suspect. Picture supplied
Our History
The engineer said the site was suitable for the venture.
Alan McRae
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See what happened in the Blowes Cup on a wet and wild Saturday.
Dominic Unwin
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Forbes Platypi flyhalf Daniel Sweeney pictured playing against Orange City in May 2024. Picture by Jude Keogh
Are we any closer to a new life for industrial eyesore?
The confirmation ends months of speculation ahead of the election.
Nick McGrath
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Sam Farraway at the Orange Train Station. Picture by Will Davis
The weather was appalling for Old Boys Day
Alexander Grant
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Panthers' Tawhiwhi Karaitiana is wrapped up by the St Pat's defence. Picture by James Arrow
Council reached out to the owner, offering to monitor the site.
Rachel Chamberlain
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Photos as dozens of people made the way to the World Gym opening.
Alise McIntosh
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World Gym creche workers Ella Maynard, Cassandra Briggs and Danielle Skennerton were excited for the opening. Picture by Alise McIntosh
'You have hard times in your life, but you know you can survive.'
Alise McIntosh
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The road has been on the go-slow for over a week.
Staff Reporters
Speed slashed as major highway undergoes water blasting to fix intersection
'One must always think of their actions and the consequences.'
Jay-Anna Sleeman
Bathurst Courthouse, where Hunter Samuel Carroll was refused bail on July 19, 2024. Picture by James Arrow

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Big American-style utes are dudding Australian taxpayers more than $250 million in lost tax due to an exemption that a think tank says is distorting the field.
William Ton
A Ballarat heating and cooling installation company has been fined after pleading guilty to bullying a first year apprentice.
Melissa Meehan • 54m ago
A company has been fined $10,000 in the Ballarat Magistrates Court over workplace bullying. Photo: James Ross/AAP PHOTOS
An Australian destroyer has successfully fired a new missile system for the first time during a US-hosted training exercise off the coast of Hawaii.
Dominic Giannini • 21m ago
The HMAS Sydney has fired a new missile during a training drill off the Hawaiian coast. Photo: HANDOUT/DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE
'This is basically what we were all worried about with Y2K.'
Carla Mascarenhas, Saffron Howden, Brittney Levinson, Ayden Dawkins, Dana Daniel. Kate Cox
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Jetstar passengers wait as check-in kiosks are closed due to a global IT outage at the Gold Coast Airport in Bilinga. Picture by AAP.
Was it Waiting for Godot, Mother Courage or Hedda Gabler?
Anna Houlahan
Are Vladimir, Estragon and Pozzo characters in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, Waiting for Godot, Mother Courage and Her Children or Hedda Gabler? File picture
There was plenty of action off and on the field this weekend.
Tom Barber
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See what happened in the Blowes Cup on a wet and wild Saturday.
Dominic Unwin
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Forbes Platypi flyhalf Daniel Sweeney pictured playing against Orange City in May 2024. Picture by Jude Keogh
The weather was appalling for Old Boys Day
Alexander Grant
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Panthers' Tawhiwhi Karaitiana is wrapped up by the St Pat's defence. Picture by James Arrow
A player not on the field had to face the PMP judiciary.
Nick Guthrie
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Mitch Andrews in action for Bathurst St Pat's against Dubbo CYMS earlier this season. Picture by Tom Barber
There will be a lot of eyes on multiple match this weekend.
Tom Barber
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Panthers halfback Josh Merritt won't play this weekend in the second Bathurst derby.
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Monday, 22 July 2024

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Brisbane property booming? Expert reveals key to auction success.
Emily Rayner
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Melbourne's housing market heats up! Eltham & Sandringham lead the surge.
Emily Rayner
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"Give me a home amongst the gum trees" - 48 Ryans Road, Eltham, VIC 3095
Now is the time to gather around the fire.
Jen Melocco
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The impressive living area at the centre of the Indian Colonial style residence, Cameron Lodge, is the perfect winter hangout. Pic: Supplied
What the pull back in prices mean for those building or renovating.
Jen Melocco
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Sun, sand & savings! Melbourne buys under $600k revealed.
Emily Rayner
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9/189 Brighton Road, Elwood, VIC 3184
The author's latest novel, The Wrong Man, looks at the rise of incels.
Karen Hardy
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Mitchell Conservatorium student Paris Masters will perform.
Harpist Paris Masters is a student at Mitchell Conservatorium. Picture supplied.
You could see him back on your television sooner than later.
Jess Flint
Josh "Pezza" Perry says he is still pinching himself about being this year's MasterChef Australia runner-up. Picture by Eve Woodhouse.
Stina Kerans believes in the power of a village to help solve many of the social issues affecting people today.
Save on tech, beauty, fashion, home and toys in the longest ever Prime Day sale.
The best deals of Amazon Prime Day 2024
Discover what makes the new Samsung Galaxy Z Fold6 and Z Flip6 must-have devices.
Miranda Aitken
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Presenting the Galaxy Z Flip6. Photo supplied by Samsung.
Here is a recap of key moments from Samsung's Unpacked 2024.
Miranda Aitkins
At this year's 2024 Unpacked event, Samsung unveiled the next frontier of Galaxy AI and Samsung's next generation of smartphones. Picture supplied
Have you always wanted to see the glorious cherry blossoms in Japan? Or take a walk on the Great Wall of China. Maybe gaze upon India's breathtaking Taj Mahal, luminous at sunrise?
Mount Fuji during the cherry blossom season in Japan. Picture supplied.
Photos from the Winter Wonderland Christmas in July fundraiser.
Alise McIntosh • 24m ago
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'You have hard times in your life, but you know you can survive.'
Alise McIntosh
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Gisella Koro says her fondest memories involve her family. Picture by Alise McIntosh.
Photos from the Kids' Day on Wednesday, July 17.
Alise McIntosh
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Leo Salerno attended the Kids' Day at Bathurst Winter Festival. Picture by James Arrow
Photos from the Bathurst District Historical Society morning tea.
Alise McIntosh
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Alan McRae and Greg Ingersole at the Bathurst District Historical Society recognition of volunteers. Picture by James Arrow.
'The little blankies are for the nursery at the hospital ...'
Alise McIntosh
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Shirley Walsh (left) with Lois McGuinness, Chris Rapley and Anne Young with some of their work. Picture by James Arrow
It will be the first time in 50 years a US party has done this.
Philip Klinkner • 18m ago
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Photos from the Winter Wonderland Christmas in July fundraiser.
Alise McIntosh • 24m ago
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Cath Alderman and Richie Farrer attended the Kidney Kar Rally fundraiser. Picture by James Arrow
Investigators believe the attack could have been targeted.
Anna Houlahan • 41m ago
Police arrest a 29-year-old suspect. Picture supplied
Police attention was drawn in the early hours at Kelso.
Bathurst Courthouse, where Larissa Ruttley did not appear to answer a charge of having a knife in a public place.
'It's time to come together and beat Trump. Let's do this.'
Peter Angelopoulos, Ayden Dawkins • 2hrs ago
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US President Joe Biden speaks during a bilateral meeting with UK Prime Minister Keir Starmer at the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, DC, USA, 10 July 2024. EPA/TING SHEN / POOL
The way some countries do it make you wonder.
Denis Moriarty
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The links between alcohol and higher cancer risk are clear.
Sarah Rusbatch
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Most women don't know alcohol increases their risk of breast cancer. Picture Shutterstock
New legislation rightly has many small business owners worried.
Bruce Billson
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Small businesses and their representatives are alarmed at the system being contemplated. Picture Shutterstock
Raise a toast to the country's whiskey revival.
Steve McKenna • 24m ago
And what you should do instead.
Kristie Kellahan
Why you should never charge your phone at an airport
Shades of pink, orange and blue gradually take over the horizon.
Janet Howie
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When in Tokyo and Kyoto, buy cat things.
Sarah Falson
This Asian hotspot is a paradise for cat-lovers - here's why
Embrace the Paris Olympics and dine at these Australian dupes.
Katrina Lobley
Olympic Spirit: Here's how to get your French fix right here in Australia
Hotel Review: Atlantis the Palm, Dubai
Belinda Jackson
We checked in to Dubai's glitziest new hotel - here's what we found
Tips to stop phones having their 'own European adventure'.
Grace Dudley
Ten per cent of Aussies surveyed reported having their phones pickpocketed or swiped from their hands. Picture by Shutterstock
Car Expert
Volvo has given the XC40 Recharge Pure Electric an update just a few years after its debut. It's more proof the EV game moves fast.
Scott Collie
The 2024 GWM Ute remains unchanged from the previous year, though a couple of less popular variants have been dropped.
Tyra Lawler-Cass
2024 GWM Ute price and specs
When selling a car, you need to figure out how much your car is worth and how much you're happy to sell it for.
Dylan Campbell
How you should price your car when selling it
It's not a typical contest, but there's less to set them apart than you might have expected when you get under the skin.
Max Davies
2024 Tesla Model Y Performance v Lexus NX 350h Sports Luxury comparison
The Peugeot 2008 still turns heads compared to other vanilla small SUV offerings, but it also carries a few rough edges.
Josh Nevett
2024 Peugeot 2008 review
The Senior
Be inspired by Martin Meader's health battle and the power of singing.
Hazel Bradley
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Many put their often 'vague' symptoms down to being a woman.
Eileen Wood
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Sharon is battling ovarian cancer while raising awareness of the disease. She is pictured with her son at his Year 12 graduation, receiving chemotherapy at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and with sunflowers, a symbol of hope for people living with cancer.
'Fair dinkum, I thought my career was over'
Therese Murray
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John Williamson is celebrating 54 years in showbusiness this year. Picture supplied
The Land
The man was driving a duel-cab utility.
Newsroom • 24m ago
Producers look for guidance in the future of the goat market.
Helen de Costa • 2hrs ago
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Dean Hague with his daughter, Willow, 6, Condobolin, while mustering goats due to be sold. Photo Helen De Costa.
The 'miracle' legume was first commercially grown in the 1970s.
Bob Freebairn
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Serradella, pictured last week, in a long term tropical grass pasture. Tropical grass and serradella have coexisted happily for over 15 years in this paddock. Pictures supplied
Ali & Gaby's quick tips for big wins in understanding your money.
Ali and Gaby Rosenberg • 2hrs ago
Expert advice on how to balance and highlight two basic features.
Dark walls are ideal for creating a sophisticated and warm ambiance, perfect for a media room. Pictures supplied