Daily Liberal
Thursday, 20 June 2024
'They deserve to stay by AJ's bedside throughout the unpredictable treatment.'
Ciara Bastow
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We asked local leaders their thoughts on the 2024 state budget.
Allison Hore
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Politicians agreed Can Assist's bills were "big".
Riley Krause
President and welfare officer of Can Assist Orange, Helen Goodacre (right). Picture by NSW Legislative Assembly
Authentic menu sets this new diner apart from the pack.
Sarah Falson
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Izakaya Wasshoi owner Yuto Iketani (red shirt) and staff member Yuta Kato. Picture by Laurie Bullock
Also, the popular spot has had another record-breaking sale.
Brendan Crabb
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The listing at 57 Cyrus Street, Hyams Beach has a price guide of $1.69 million. Picture: Supplied
Aussie beach outperformed famed seascapes for 2024 gongs
Carla Mascarenhas
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Stokes Bay in South Australia has been named the world's second best beach. Picture by Facebook / PeterMalinauskas
Australia's seafood, lamb, beef, chicken and veggie pies judged.
Anna Houlahan
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Meat pie cross section at the Baker's Association of Australia awards. File picture
Wildlife, consultation and foreign ownership top concerns: poll.
Saffron Howden
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A farmer mustering lambs and ewes with wind turbines in the distance at his property in Tarago, NSW. File picture by Michael Petey
Council Elections
From how much you can spend to the key dates to know.
Orlander Ruming
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We've gone back to the pages of the Liberal in 2010.
Orlander Ruming • 2hrs ago
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Bianca Adams and Fiona Pobje.
Opinion
It's time to hand out some more grades after eight rounds of FOOTY.
Dominic Unwin • 2hrs ago
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'It gave us a compelling reason to stay'.
Sarah Falson
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Dipalee, Harshit and Nisarg Amin; and Oriscon's Cross Cultural Carnivale. Picture supplied (left) and by Amy McIntyre
Court
He has pleaded guilty to four counts of drug supply.
Staff Reporters
The Roolettes and Bulldogs have dominated the women's game.
Staff Reporters
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Lakeisha Hull
It's time to hand out some grades after eight rounds of FOOTY.
Dominic Unwin
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Orange CYMS' Jack Buchanan, Mudgee Dragons' Zac Saddler and Forbes Magpies' Jack Smith.
He has been named on the bench for Manly.
Nick Guthrie
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Caleb Navale, second from left, with his father Epa and siblings Lachlan, Eparama Jnr and Destiny at their Dubbo home in 2008. File picture

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You could be paid to take this cutie on his morning stroll.
Georgina Sebar
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Video of Elordi's face on a 17-year-old's body shared on X.
Georgina Sebar
Jacob Elordi gives the peace sign at the Venice International Film Festival. Picture by EPA/Ettore Ferrari
Aussies have shivered through their coldest morning this year.
Carla Mascarenhas
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Canberra recorded one of its coldest mornings on June 19. Picture by Karleen Minney.
PM calls plan a 'taxpayer-funded nuclear fantasy'.
Ayden Dawkins
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Leader of the Opposition Peter Dutton has announced his party's proposed nuclear power station locations. Pictures by Elesa Kurtz and Shutterstock
New financial year to bring some relief to weary Aussies.
Carla Mascarenhas
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A person holds eight fifty dollar notes. Picture by Marg Crawford
It's time to hand out some more grades after eight rounds of FOOTY.
Dominic Unwin • 2hrs ago
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We'll keep updating the list as the off-season progresses.
Nick Guthrie Tom Barber
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On the move | Player signings ahead of the 2024 Peter McDonald Premiership
The Roolettes and Bulldogs have dominated the women's game.
Staff Reporters
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Lakeisha Hull
It's time to hand out some grades after eight rounds of FOOTY.
Dominic Unwin
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Orange CYMS' Jack Buchanan, Mudgee Dragons' Zac Saddler and Forbes Magpies' Jack Smith.
He has been named on the bench for Manly.
Nick Guthrie
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Caleb Navale, second from left, with his father Epa and siblings Lachlan, Eparama Jnr and Destiny at their Dubbo home in 2008. File picture
Two Dubbo players will represent Australia in England.
Nick Guthrie
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Madi Drew and Nic Grose at the Dubbo touch fields. Picture by Amy McIntyre
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Thursday, 20 June 2024

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New investment properties are expected to be the most scrutinised.
Martin Kelly
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Swap screen time for book dream time in these home libraries.
Grace Dudley
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Character and colour in the library in this home in the NSW wine region of Mudgee. Picture: Supplied
It is the fifth consecutive time the RBA has kept rates steady.
Jemimah Clegg
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RBA governor Michele Bullock said the board had kept the cash rate on hold following its June meeting.(Darren England/AAP PHOTOS)
'People associate the Southern Highlands with the English countryside.'
Grace Dudley
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The coastal hotspots with big discounts.
Jemimah Clegg
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This cosy coastal home in Venus Bay, which has seen a 11.2 per cent drop in prices in the last year, has a price guide of $529,000. Pic: Supplied
Authentic menu sets this new diner apart from the pack.
Sarah Falson
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Australia's seafood, lamb, beef, chicken and veggie pies judged.
Anna Houlahan
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Meat pie cross section at the Baker's Association of Australia awards. File picture
Sara Forte's got all the answers to feed your family and friends.
Karen Hardy
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Roasted butternut orzo bake. Picture by Hugh Forte
'I will never have it this good again,' the actor said.
Anna Houlahan
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Daniel Radcliffe nabs first Tony Award for Broadway show. Picture by Getty
The comedian has attracted criticism for his support of Israel.
Georgina Sebar
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Comedian Jerry Seinfeld performs on stage. Photo by Greg Allen/Invision/AP
Data-driven healthcare could revolutionise medical care for regional Australians with the innovative new service, ObservaCare.
Elizabeth Habermann
Peace, tranquility and adventure wrapped up in the comfort, service and ambience of a small luxury hotel is the experience onboard the Mekong Serenity, from Australian river cruising experts APT.
APT's Mekong Serenity lets guests experience Vietnam and Cambodia on the famous Mekong River. Picture supplied
Here's an invitation to join the Queen Victoria on a cruise through Spain and Morocco.
Emma Brown
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Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca, Morocco. Picture Shutterstock
Abexol is a new innovative and natural solution easing joint pain and stiffness with the added benefit of improving digestive health.
Ease joint pain this winter and keep moving with Abexol, a new innovative and natural solution easing joint pain and stiffness. Picture Shutterstock
Meeting the energy need of tomorrow by training the next generation with Essential Energy's award-winning apprentice program.
Become a cable jointer, powerline worker or electrical technician with 129 apprenticeship positions available in regional, rural and remote NSW and Southern Queensland on offer for 2025. Picture supplied
Had a baby? Been married? Participated in a community group or got something to say? Here's the place.
'They deserve to stay by AJ's bedside throughout the unpredictable treatment.'
Ciara Bastow
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AJ Northill in his hospital bed cuddling his teddy bear surrounded by superhero pillows. Picture supplied.
'They usually come to us for their next step in life.'
Sarah Falson
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Wiradjuri woman Elizabeth Scholes-Walker has been named Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander Student of the Year at the Western NSW Training Awards. Picture supplied
A love of singing has kept the group together for 22 years.
Ciara Bastow
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Sing Australia Choir members celebrate its 22nd birthday in style. Picture supplied
Over a million species of plants and animals are threatened.
Mike Rann • 50m ago
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Dutton's move to cut the program is right.
Amanda Vanstone • 50m ago
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Peter Dutton is right is his call to cut immigration, but it won't fix all of our problems. Pictures by Sitthixay Ditthavong, Shutterstock
We've gone back to the pages of the Liberal in 2010.
Orlander Ruming • 2hrs ago
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Bianca Adams and Fiona Pobje.
It's time to hand out some more grades after eight rounds of FOOTY.
Dominic Unwin • 2hrs ago
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Orange Hawks' Nathan Potts, Wellington Cowboys' Rylee Blackhall and Bathurst St Pat's Mitch Andrews.
The mayor has shared his thoughts on the proposed sale of the saleyards.
Mathew Dickerson
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A look at some of the big talking points in the PMP.
Nick Guthrie
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Jyie Chapman of Dubbo CYMS appeals to the referee after Bathurst Panthers' match-winning try late on in the round two match. Picture by James Arrow
Beat the cold at one of these warm-weather escapes.
Aussie beach outperformed famed seascapes for 2024 gongs
Carla Mascarenhas
Stokes Bay in South Australia has been named the world's second best beach. Picture by Facebook / PeterMalinauskas
Scandi meets Parisian chic at this hotel in the French capital.
Steve McKenna
Midnight in Paris: The City of Light has a new star
Elvis fans still flock to Graceland, decades after his death.
Sue Wallace
From designer haunts to family-friendly establishments.
Akash Arora
Seven of the best hotels to check in to in the Gold Coast
First look at Ponant's all-new vessel, Spirit of Ponant.
Set sail on this small wonder in the Mediterranean
A Pacific jewel opens up with the launch of a direct flight.
Christine Retschlag
Airline Review: Express to a new island paradise
It's not an easy choice to make but our experts are here to help.
Amy Cooper and Mal Chenu
A midwinter break in Sydney or Melbourne? Here's the verdict
Car Expert
Maserati is celebrating its motorsport heritage with two special editions of its MC20 supercar, though only 20 of each will be built.
Max Davies • 1hr ago
Fisker is the latest electric vehicle maker to collapse, becoming its founder’s second failed venture after initially showing strong promise.
Jordan Mulach
EV maker files for bankruptcy after failing in fight against Tesla
You can now buy the Ioniq 5 at Hyundai dealerships, but it's $2500 more expensive than before.
Scott Collie
Hyundai’s popular Tucson has received a facelift, bringing extra tech and the choice of hybrid power – at a price.
Jordan Mulach
Kia has delayed the launch of its new mid-sized EV5 electric SUV as it works to resolve some "unexpected wheel and software updates".
William Stopford
2025 Kia EV5: Tesla Model Y rival's Australian launch delayed
The Senior
Think you're smarter than The Lightning Bolt? Find out all about the new Chaser in Australia.
Therese Murray
Proposed law changes to reduce financial elder abuse.
Eileen Wood
The Standing Council of Attorneys-General is looking into changes to financial Enduring Powers of Attorney. Picture Shutterstock
Persistence has paid off for veterans golfer Rita Gounder.
Rowan Cowley
Rita Gounder is Western Sydney Region Veteran Golf Association's ladies player of the year. Picture supplied
The Land
Hundreds of kilometres of roads and bridges across regional NSW have been left in a "state of disgrace" damaged by various flood events in recent years.
Samantha Townsend • 20m ago
New project will work with pilot study findings.
Jeremy Eager
RAI regional impact and education director Anna Stephenson, TBB Australian and New Zealand director of strategy Jemma Bailey and UNSW chief investigator Dr Claire Higgins launching regional Australia's skills shortages and high-skill refugees' employment linkage research project at WWCC forecourt. Picture by Les Smith
Weeks after his last run in a picker, Frank Hadley died aged 97.
Elka Devney
Australian cotton industry pioneer Frank Hadley has died aged 97. Picture supplied by John Burgess Photography
Authentic menu sets this new diner apart from the pack.
Sarah Falson
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Australia's seafood, lamb, beef, chicken and veggie pies judged.
Anna Houlahan
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Meat pie cross section at the Baker's Association of Australia awards. File picture
New financial year to bring some relief to weary Aussies.
Carla Mascarenhas
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A person holds eight fifty dollar notes. Picture by Marg Crawford