FLASHBACK Friday is looking back once again at the month of May in 2013.
We've got more photos from the Leeton Races, various images from Leeton Phantoms and Dianas games, a story on the shut down of Crazy Clark's (formerly known as Go-Lo) in Leeton's main street and much more.
What else was happening in Australia in May, 2013?
May 3: The Federal Government unveils a white paper on defence, setting an aspirational goal of increasing defence spending to 2 per cent of GDP, as well as the purchase of a dozen new FA18 fighter jets. Prime Minister Julia Gillard also says that her government wants to see more transparency from China on their military developments.
May 9: Federal Opposition Leader, Tony Abbott, unveils the Coalition's industrial relations policy, saying workers have nothing to fear, promising sensible, careful and incremental changes. He foreshadows a review of the system in the first term of an Abbott Government.
May 10: Michael Boggan, aged 15, of Ipswich, Queensland, suffers severe injuries after a home-made bomb in the form of a golf ball detonates in his hands.
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