AFL players, their wives and girlfriends have hit the red carpet at the annual Brownlow Medal.
ANDREW PEARSON NSW: A bar heater keeping puppies warm inside a laundry was the likely cause of a house fire.
MATT NEAL VIC: There are football fans, and then there is Gary Hincks.
Michael Parris NSW: Supercars champion Mark Winterbottom says parts of the Newcastle 500 track feel like Monaco.
James Massola NATIONAL: The federal government will water down its proposed $500 million backpacker tax.
Elizabeth Habermann NSW: Music superstar Keith Urban to draw thousands to an annual ute muster.
Julia Medew VIC: Who would have thought that one of the most eye-catching people at the Brownlow Medal would be the security guard?
Today's Fairfax front pages from across the nation.
MICHAEL McGOWAN NSW: The Premier will announce that Newcastle will host the season-ending race from next year.
VIC: Rain-soaked communities are likely to cop bad weather again this week.
This week we look at the pages pages of the Daily Liberal back in August 2002.
A full list of all the finalists for the 2016 Dubbo Rhino Awards.
More than $550,000 has been spent repairing vandalism by Dubbo Regional Council in seven years.
The Rhino Awards finalists for 2016 have been unveiled at a glittering ceremony on Wednesday night.
Releases from Burrendong Dam are likely to keep river levels high throughout the week.
Natalie Bramble Management has been chosen as a finalist in six of the Rhino Award categories.
Jane Winter and Jono Naden were named Best and Fairest at the Dubbo Demons' presentation night.