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Mosman crash: Police hunt for driver of stolen Hyundai
Police are hunting for the driver of a stolen car that was totalled in a wild crash following a pursuit through Sydney's north shore overnight. NSW Police said officers had spotted the stolen silver Hyundai hatchback travelling on Howard Ave, Dee Why about...

Grand Final punters cost footy team $10k for COVID breaches
Football fans "mingling, hugging and drinking" during the Grand Final clash between the Penrith Panthers and Melbourne Storm last weekend have cost their club $10,000 for breaching COVID safety rules. And Panthers club was not the only venue to cop a...

Labor or LNP set for soul-searching in Qld
A reassessment of broad-church policies awaits whichever major party loses Saturday's Queensland election, analysts say. Griffith University political scientist Paul Williams says the Liberal National Party will face an uncertain future if they again fall short at...

Mum hopes $1 million reward will solve 40-year murder mystery
The mother of a Western Australian girl who vanished 40 years ago says she has almost given up hope of ever learning what happened, but is optimistic a A$1 million reward for information may finally solve the murder mystery. Lisa Marie Mott, 12, was last...

50th Gem Show

This year – 2017 - we will be holding our 50th Gem Show so come along on Saturday 26th August. Opening time will be 9:00 am to 3:00 pm at the Hemmant Community Hall, Hemmant-Tingalpa Rd, Hemmant. Traders and tailgaters will be displaying precious and semi-precious gemstones. Opals, crystal, fossils minerals, jewellery, beads and findings, lapidary supplies, tools, equipment and handicraft. Club members will be showcasing their talent with a display of handmade jewellery, cabochons and collections. Our club table will be covered with homemade jams, pickle and delicious cakes. Refreshment are available at our Soft Rock Cafe. Buy a ticket in the raffle of beautiful jewellery made by our members. Something for everyone – all tastes, all ages, all budgets, Admission $4 Pensioners, $3. Under 12 free.