The Daily Advertiser
Thursday, 18 July 2024
She is remembered for her sense of style, joy and compassion.
Emily Anderson
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An extraordinary meeting was held on Tuesday night to fill role.
Jeremy Eager
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Robertson Oval won't play host to a single final this year.
Matt Malone
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The redevelopment of Jim Elphick Tennis Centre and removal of the netball courts at Robertson Oval has been noted by AFL Riverina. Picture by Tom Dennis
DOCS workers investigated claims after Amber Haigh went missing.
Andrew Mangelsdorf
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Crown prosecutor Paul Kerr leaves the Wagga Courthouse on Tuesday. Picture by Andrew Mangelsdorf
We look at the property portfolios of the Blues and Maroons headliners.
Brendan Crabb
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Queensland fullback Reece Walsh (pictured) recently bought a lavish estate. Picture: Getty Images
Morrow is best known for his rugby commentary.
Carla Mascarenhas
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Legendary sports broadcaster David Morrow died aged 71. Picture by NRL
A new design will be released every two weeks.
Anna Houlahan
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Limited edition $2 coloured gold coins at Woolworths. Picture RAM/Shutterstock
A pay rise was promised two years ago.
Jeremy Eager
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Sheriff Officers Greg Petrie and Glenn Elliot-Rudder taking industrial action outside Wagga courthouse. Picture by Jeremy Eager
Young, Asian, female - Noreen isn't the typical general manager.
Emily Anderson
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Stay up to date with the Paris 2024 Olympics.
Sign up to the Olympic Breakfast and stay up to date with everything that happened at the Olympics while you were sleeping.
Increased participation tackling pig problem.
Taylor Dodge
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Old bank and school up for sale half an hour from Wagga.
Emily Anderson
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A former bank, church and school building in Yerong Creek. Pictures supplied
Past few days of American politics described as a big soap opera.
Finn Coleman
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CSU political science professor Dominic O'Sullivan (inset) says a violent rhetoric preceded the failed assassination of Donald Trump on July 14. Picture AP/file
'The government never recognised us as citizens.'
Emily Anderson
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Burmese refugee Pongram Rawang fled his home country in 2011 escaping torture and persecution, he is one of almost 600 Burmese community members living in Wagga. Picture by Bernard Humphreys
Your guide to where you can see snow on a day trip from Wagga.
Jeremy Eager, Emily Wind
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'It's not just about the removals but the customer service.'
Taylor Dodge
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Leanne and Jason Sainsbury are selling their business The Little Green Truck after seven years. Picture by Les Smith
Man blew 0.127 at police station after no seatbelt led to arrest.
Allan Wilson
Police are examining three crime scenes.
Blair Thomson
A police presence was still visible at a property on Walla Walla Road, Gerogery, on Tuesday afternoon. Picture by Blair Thomson
'It was heavy enough that they had the graders out on the road.'
Jeremy Eager
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Snow on the road between Tumbarumba and Kunama, and (inset) SMART Animal Sanctuary's residents rugged up for the chilly conditions. Pictures by Bree Sands
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Dr Tau Loseli always wanted to have a career in the Riverina.
Finn Coleman
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Orthopaedic surgeon Dr Tau Loseli, who grew up in Griffith, is a Visiting Medical Officer at Calvary Riverina Hospital. Picture by Tom Dennis
Wagga First Aid Training has some new wheels as it expands.
Taylor Dodge
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Multiple fire crews rushed to the scene about 6am on Tuesday.
Taylor Dodge
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A home has been destroyed in Deniliquin after an early morning fire tore through. Picture by Fire and Rescue NSW
The man who made the claim is on trial for her alleged murder.
Andrew Mangelsdorf
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A former partner of Robert Geeves, Ursula S'ioda (previously Ursula Kirk), gave evidence about a discussion on surrogacy in the Wagga Supreme Court on Monday. Picture by Andrew Mangelsdorf
The Olympics Breakfast Newsletter

DAILY DURING OLYMPICS

The Olympics Breakfast

Wake up to a tasty serving of overnight news and excitement from the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris.

You could see him back on your television sooner than later.
Jess Flint
Native insect leaves trees unable to produce olives.
Carla Mascarenhas
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The price of olive oil is at record highs. Picture by Shutterstock
The band's 'future creative plans are on hold'.
Anna Houlahan
Jack Black announced the tour cancellation on his Instagram. Picture by Shutterstock
The cleanser was labelled with 'incorrect' ingredients.
Anna Houlahan
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Priceline and Clear Skincare Clinics' Clear Skincare Exfoliating Gel Cleanser (inset) and a Priceline Pharmacy. Picture Mark Jesser/PSA
The murders were allegedly revenge over the suspect's firing.
Anna Houlahan
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A suspect in the killing of three people arranges his face mask as he is presented to reporters following his surrender in Tagaytay City on July 17. Picture AP Photo/Aaron Favila
The Sharks have been in fine form this year.
Tahlia Sinclair
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Four different venues will host Farrer League finals.
Matt Malone
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The Rock-Yerong Creek and East Wagga-Kooringal battle it out the last time a final was played at McPherson Oval back in 2022. Picture by Madeline Begley
Robertson Oval won't play host to a single final this year.
Matt Malone
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The redevelopment of Jim Elphick Tennis Centre and removal of the netball courts at Robertson Oval has been noted by AFL Riverina. Picture by Tom Dennis
GGGM are likely to have a few changes ahead of the contest.
Jimmy Meiklejohn
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A statement from Dylan Morton has seen a big change.
Matt Malone
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Marrar vice-captain Jed Jenkins is free to play this weekend. Picture by Les Smith
The Blues are the fifth club to lock in their coach for 2024-25.
Jimmy Meiklejohn
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New South Wagga coach Scott McCrea alongside Blues president George Burley. McCrea takes over the coaching role from Joel Robinson who was captain-coach last season. Picture by Tom Dennis
Prince Of Helena went back-to-back in the Narrandera Cup.
Matt Malone
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Wangaratta trainer Craig Weeding with the Narrandera Cup. Picture by Les Smith
'Our theme going into next year is certainly stability.'
Jimmy Meiklejohn
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Nelson Foley will continue to coach MCUE next season and he'll have Harry Collins and Harry Fitzsimmons as his assistant coaches. Picture by Les Smith
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Get a glimpse into Bile's Texan mansion new build.
Emily Rayner
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See the top properties for sale across the country.
Melissa Kehagias
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This Adelaide Hills property has its own cellar door. Pic: Supplied
We look at the property portfolios of the Blues and Maroons headliners.
Brendan Crabb
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Queensland fullback Reece Walsh (pictured) recently bought a lavish estate. Picture: Getty Images
The property has 12 bedrooms, 24 bathrooms and a sports complex.
Jade Lazarevic
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Brisbane winter auction campaign heats up property market
Emily Rayner
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Brisbane bucks the trend: winter auction campaign heats up property market
See what has sold across Sydney and Melbourne.
Jen Melocco
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A Woollahra cottage sold for $1.55 million a auction, well below the suburb media of $4.96 million. Pic: Supplied
Six panels will be held throughout Saturday's event.
Jeremy Eager
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The all-male gathering is a first of its kind in Australia.
Emily Anderson
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Mayor Dallas Tout, federal MP Michael McCormack, Wiradyuri man Bernard Higgins, men's group founder Rhys Cummins, Wiradyuri elder James Ingram and women's centre president Vickie Burkinshaw discussing the inaugural Men's Leadership Forum against domestic violence. Picture by Emily Anderson
Birthday celebrated with lunch and music, forks optional.
Jeremy Eager
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Neryl Quilty, Robyn Horwell and Vivienne Harling at the Pavilion for the Elizabethan-themed party to celebrate Wagga Shakespeare Club's 120th birthday. Picture by Les Smith
'She got thrust into this vortex of these big forces fighting.'
Emily Anderson
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Author and historian Jeff Kildea has published a non-fiction history book about Sister Liguori who fled a Wagga convent in 1920 and sparked a sectarian division. Pictures supplied
Shows will run at the Civic Theatre from Wednesday to Friday.
Jeremy Eager
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Shark Dive is an interactive experience coming to the Civic Theatre this week. Picture by Les Smith
Save on tech, beauty, fashion, home and toys in the longest ever Prime Day sale.
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.
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.
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
It's easier than ever to get connected and integrate your smart devices for travelling.
Miranda Aitken
Galaxy S24 Ultra. Photo supplied.
Compiled from the Daily Advertiser by the Wagga Wagga & District Historical Society.
Jane Barnes appointed Wagga RSL Club's first female president.
Finn Coleman
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Wagga RSL Club president Jane Barnes and CEO Andrew Bell. Picture by Les Smith
'They're non-judgemental, to the extreme.'
Emily Anderson
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Therapy dog handlers Catherine Hannah and Heather Letchford with therapy dogs Mac and Pete outside Wagga Courthouse. Picture by Les Smith
Inaugural Middle East Area of Operations Commemoration to be held.
Finn Coleman
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Officer Commanding Delta Company 1st Recruit Training Battalion, Major Jennifer White, will be the keynote speaker at Wagga's Inaugural Middle East Area of Operations Commemoration. Picture by Finn Coleman
There are 76 people in Wagga going dry during July.
Emily Anderson
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Neville Little is doing Dry July, but misses having a post-work drink with his mates. Picture by Les Smith
She is remembered for her sense of style, joy and compassion.
Emily Anderson
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An extraordinary meeting was held on Tuesday night to fill role.
Jeremy Eager
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Gill Kelly (right) was elected as the new Cootamundra-Gundagai Regional Council mayor following the resignation of Charlie Sheahan (left). File and supplied pictures
The Sharks have been in fine form this year.
Tahlia Sinclair
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Lake Albert co-captain Robert Fry says there's a good feeling at the club this season. Picture by Les Smith
Four different venues will host Farrer League finals.
Matt Malone
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The Rock-Yerong Creek and East Wagga-Kooringal battle it out the last time a final was played at McPherson Oval back in 2022. Picture by Madeline Begley
Get a glimpse into Bile's Texan mansion new build.
Emily Rayner
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Simone Biles offers sneak peek of Texas dream home as Netflix series debuts
Trump has reaped the whirlwind of his own violent rhetoric.
John Hanscombe
Every retirement home is different. You need to to do research.
Rachel Lane
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f you are thinking about downsizing to a retirement village it's useful to understand the bigger picture.
Vance was once a vocal anti-Trump Republican.
Jason Opal
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Donald Trump has chosen Ohio senator JD Vance. Picture Getty Images
Hotel Review: The Dwarika's, Kathmandu
Daniel Scott
This stunning beach town is hiding in plain sight.
Craig Tansley
California dreaming: A swell time ogling Ocean Beach oddballs
Tour operators are launching exciting new itineraries.
Travelling to lands far, far away just got easier
Plenty of water-based activities await in the island nation.
Go vegan in Vancouver.
Kristie Kellahan
Is this the world's best vegan joint? You be the judge
New research reveals only 10 per cent can afford the trip.
Grace Dudley
How Aussies travellers afford their 'Euro summer'. Picture by Shutterstock
Break the journey to or back from Europe at one of these hotels.
Natasha Dragun
Bold and beautiful: Eight incredible hotels to check in to in Dubai
An expedition that's all about going with the flow.
Akash Arora
This luxury cruise in Tasmania is like no other at-sea adventure
Car Expert
The Toyota RAV4 has gone hybrid-only in Australia, which has seen the base price rise by $2500.
William Stopford
Honda Australia has rolled out a new eight-year warranty, but you'll need to service your vehicle on time to qualify for the extra coverage.
Jordan Mulach
Honda Australia introduces eight-year warranty… with a catch
The Suzuki Jimny range now kicks off at $34,990 drive-away, as the Japanese brand rolls out standardised pricing.
William Stopford
2024 Suzuki Jimny gets drive-away pricing, but waits aren't over
A hotter electric hatch, a sporty wagon, and a larger SUV are among the launches Cupra has planned for 2025.
Matt Campbell
Here's what Cupra has in store for Australia in 2025
Mazda's emergency SOS calling and remote functionality services will be rolling out to more models with future updates.
Jack Quick
More Mazdas in line for smartphone app connectivity, SOS functions
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
Cascade averages $11,257 for 66 Poll Hereford and Angus bulls
Simon Chamberlain
Campaign launched to bring back the grassroots Nats in Queensland
Simon Chamberlain
A tile on the Facebook page began by the Bring Back the Qld Nats movement.
More than 50 young aggies participated in the junior judging day.
Elka Devney
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Caron Chester, NSW Farmers regional services manager, Parkes, and overall champion Sienna Pearce, Breakaway, Dubbo, at the annual Trangie Junior Judging day. Picture supplied
Buying second-hand furniture benefits your wallet and the planet.
Emily Gibbs
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MasterChef Simon Toohey debunks convection cooking myths.
Jacinta Dickins
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Masterchef Simon Toohey is an ambassador for Bank Australia's new Electrify Your Home website hub, and is determined to debunk the myths about electric cooking. Picture supplied.
Designed by a Victorian architect, it captured locals' attention.
The simple palette of brickwork, concrete, steel and timber are carried through the exterior and interior to create a robust, cohesive and tactile backdrop. Pictures by Kasey Funnell Photography