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  • Eruption points and lava strata

    AT somewhere between 15,000 and 20,000 years of age, the Mount Leura and Mount Sugarloaf complex is still considered an infant in volcanology terms.

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  • More work needed

    SCAFFOLDING around Camperdown’s clock tower is likely to be in place longer than expected with additional works on the clock faces and roof required.

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  • Shiver me timbers, $30,000!

    THE south west’s first ever Big Freeze event surpassed all expectations at Leura Oval on Saturday with a final tally of just over $30,000 expected for the Fight Motor Neurone Disease (MND) appeal.

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  • Street tweets

    CAMPERDOWN locals woke up to a chirpy surprise Sunday morning after the town’s yarn bombers struck again.

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  • Lobbying pays off for Gnotuk residents

    GNOTUK Lane residents should have safer access to their properties as of this week with the construction of a new turning lane on the Princes Highway.

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  • The heart of the town

    LOCALS have been asked to vote with their feet in the push to keep Camperdown’s historic courthouse in community hands.

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  • Foxhow Road reopens

    AFTER being closed to the public for four months due to a major upgrade, Foxhow Road will reopen to through traffic today (Friday).

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  • Cuppas delight

    STEAMING cuppas and lively chatter marked this year’s Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea with Camperdown events adding $3550 to the national fundraising total.

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  • Blackout

    ABOUT 1100 residents across the Lismore district were left without power for more than 15 hours overnight Tuesday due to two underground faults.

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  • Celebrating all things Scottish

    A NEW format for Camperdown’s Robert Burns Scottish Festival proved a success with strong attendances recorded at a number of events, according to the organising committee.

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