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Thursday, January 17, 2019
‘It’s at crisis level’: Paramedics are at breaking pointPublished by Talia Pattison
Paramedics in the MIA are among those suffering.
Our nurses in the spotlight: One-on-one with Edna DeoPublished by Talia Pattison
Edna loves to care for people.
Wednesday, January 16, 2019
Fifty years on: Couple’s love was meant to bePublished by Talia Pattison
There's was a marriage that was always meant to be.
Tuesday, January 15, 2019
‘Forced’ citizenship ceremonies a non-issue for shirePublished by Talia Pattison
The citizenship ceremonies have already been taking place on Australia Day.
Thursday, January 10, 2019
A grade returns for last one-day match before grand finalPublished by Talia Pattison
The weekend's match will be a preview of the grand final.
On the loose: Dog attacks prevalent in Leeton shirePublished by Talia Pattison
The number of incidents in 2018 was similar to that in 2017.
Wednesday, January 9, 2019
Leeton makes further bid to support asylum seekersPublished by Talia Pattison
The taskforce has important work ahead of it.
Booze the biggest problem in NSW by a ‘country mile’Published by Talia Pattison
Communities members have been urged to take action.
Tuesday, January 8, 2019
Busy start not expected to slow down any time soon for firiesPublished by Talia Pattison
Conditions are prime for grass fires in the area.
Wednesday, January 2, 2019
Taking to the skies for the experience of a lifetime | Photos, VideoPublished by Talia Pattison
It was all smooth gliding for journalist Talia Pattison.
Leeton’s “world class” venue brings gliding grand prix to the skiesPublished by Talia Pattison
The grand prix is happening until Sunday at Brobenah Aerodrome.
Man wins 200,000 reasons for a happy new yearPublished by The Irrigator
Leeton man wins $200,000 on New Year's Eve.
Woman drives into tree on New Year's DayPublished by Kenji Sato
The new year started off on the wrong foot for a 32-year-old woman when she drove into ...
Monday, December 31, 2018
Mayor not letting up on school zone speeding ‘trap’Published by Talia Pattison
The school zone is located on Palm Avenue.
Sunday, December 23, 2018
Sturt Highway crash driver and passenger left criticalPublished by Emma Horn
The 19-year-old was found to be in cardiac arrest at the crash near Narrandera
Thursday, December 20, 2018
Greens look to the future as 2019 coaches are locked inPublished by Talia Pattison
The season ahead is looking positive.
Questions remain over hospital’s operating theatrePublished by Talia Pattison
It has been two years since the last procedure was performed.
Leeton riders racing their way to the top of the packPublished by Talia Pattison
The club is celebrating some of their young brigade.
Classic’s exciting new ideas aim to attract more anglersPublished by Talia Pattison
The changes are great ideas.
Wednesday, December 19, 2018
Girl requires surgery after dog bite at partyPublished by Talia Pattison
The girl was bitten at a home in Parkview.
Tuesday, December 18, 2018
Hitting the books pays dividends for shire’s HSC studentsPublished by Talia Pattison
Various top results were recorded.
Thursday, December 13, 2018
Finger pointing at MIA cotton industry unwarrantedPublished by Talia Pattison
The cotton industry has defended itself.
Junior basketball grand finals a close affair | PhotosPublished by Talia Pattison
Wednesday, December 12, 2018
Hospital emergency doctor cover secured for nowPublished by Talia Pattison
Christmas and New Year will be covered by a locum doctor.
Tuesday, December 11, 2018
Cash in hand: Roxy’s $4 million project given the green lightPublished by Talia Pattison
The redevlopment work will be able to go ahead.
Monday, December 10, 2018
‘Death trap’: Community’s call to arms to prevent fatalitiesPublished by Talia Pattison
Resident working for change at intersection.
Thursday, December 6, 2018
Riverina selection surprises young cricketing gunPublished by Talia Pattison
The side will play in the Bradman Cup next month.
Plea goes out to doctors to help with hospital coverPublished by Talia Pattison
It isn't compulsory for Leeton's doctors to be on the on-call roster.
Wednesday, December 5, 2018
Concerns remain despite meeting to dispel theatre fearsPublished by Talia Pattison
Grant funding application for the project is yet to approved.
Highest accolade goes to Leeton’s Amato brothersPublished by Talia Pattison
The pair have worked hard over the past 50 years for the citrus industry.