IN THE words of Touch Football Australia CEO, Colm Maguire, the opening ceremony and first matches of the 2015 FIT Touch World Cup were 'fist pump" moments.
IT’S not quite feeding an army but it’s not that far off as locals feed 40 Fijians who are in Coffs Harbour to compete in this week's Touch World Cup.
BEFORE an administrator is appointed, approval is needed from the Independent Office of Liquor and Gaming to allow that course of action.
DESPITE the Coffs Harbour Deep Sea Fishing Club's directors seeking approval to appoint a voluntary administrator, they are upbeat about its future.
GATHERED at the Coffs Harbour cenotaph with her family, Amy Costelloe had no idea what was about to happen.
“I’VE got a golden ticket”. That was the excited reaction of war veteran Scott Seccombe after finding out he was going to Gallipoli for the dawn service.
WHEN you train a horse that has made the final field on one of the biggest race days on the calendar, there’s one issue that needs to be addressed.
ON PAPER it was going to be a tricky run chase but Plantation Diggers made short work of the 172 run target to win the 2014/15 CHDCA first grade grand final.
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