May 2017

Commented on a story 18th May 2017 12:05 PM

COWPER MP said Opposition treating Coffs Coast locals like mugs with his claim that progress on the Pacific Hwy upgrade has 'moved into the slow lane'.

Albanese treating us like mugs: Hartsuyker

"the Pacific Highway cannot be considered completed until the bypass of Coffs Harbour is completed and I..."

October 2014

Commented on a story 28th Oct 2014 3:26 PM

RED Rock locals hope holiday makers and fruit pickers heed the warning about the power of the run-out tides from the Corindi River that run to the beach.

Run-out tides treacherous

"The signage at Little Beach is woefully inadequate. When you consider that a large proportion of..."

Commented on a story 21st Oct 2014 4:25 PM

A KAYAKER owes his life to the quick reaction of surf life savers at Red Rock, who used an angel ring to pull him to safety at the weekend.

Lifesavers use angel ring to save stranded kayaker

" The signage at Red Rock's Little Beach warning of dangers is small, vague and obscured by trees. It..."

July 2014

Commented on a story 18th Jul 2014 1:36 PM

COWPER MP Luke Hartsuyker said the abolition of the Carbon Tax was a huge win for North Coast families and small businesses.

Carbon Tax repeal a win for North Coast - Hartsuyker

"Mr H. A slight distortion of the facts..."Labor told the Australian people they would repeal their own..."

Commented on a story 17th Jul 2014 6:15 PM

THE woman who made the complaint to Richmond Valley Council about a banner in Evans Head of a bikini-clad surfer has explained her reasons behind the complaint.

Why I complained: Objection to Kirrah's poster explained

"Having been a resident of Evans Head for more than 10 years, raising two teens who love to surf, I..."

October 2012

Commented on a story 1st Oct 2012 11:43 AM

WITNESSES to the latest Pacific Highway “obscenity” at Macksville find it difficult to contain their outrage.

Outrage over death highway crash

"$20 million to rename an aptly-named highway running down the coast adjacent to the Pacific Ocean? One..."

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