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Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Junee preschoolers discover world’s oldest culturePublished by Emma Horn
This will be the first time a program of this kind has been run in the town.
Junee’s Remembrance Day re-creates the historic moment a century onPublished by Emma Horn
All is quiet on the Western Front.
Tuesday, November 13, 2018
Police update: Officers issued with body camerasPublished by Emma Horn
From Wednesday all interactions with local officers will be recorded.
Thursday, November 8, 2018
Junee’s salute through silhouette erected ahead of Remembrance DayPublished by Emma Horn
For Sue Lamb, the poppy is an incredibly personal reminder.
Tuesday, November 6, 2018
Five sons in one family dead in three weeks at GallipoliPublished by Emma Horn
August 6, 1915 was a dark day for the Hancock family.
Junee Diesels at risk of closure with too few committee membersPublished by Emma Horn
The recent AGM failed to deliver the necessary committee requirements to reform the club.
Junee team one of the nation’s few to complete endurance racePublished by Emma Horn
Four cars every hour bowed out of the 16-hour event.
Junee family tours the train town built on bricksPublished by Emma Horn
22 buildings, 17 vehicles, 10 trains, one family.
Wednesday, October 31, 2018
Roger’s seven decade wait for war honoursPublished by Emma Horn
“I joined the army to do something for my country. It’s lovely to have had it recognised."
A trip through the mind of local artistsPublished by Emma Horn
Rosemary Tucker will be the only Junee artist to take part in the Art Trail.
Junee Show’s longtime servant awarded life achievementPublished by Emma Horn
For 71 years he's been the man behind the scenes at Junee's biggest annual event.
Harpley chasing success on hometrackPublished by Courtney Rees
Bruce Harpley is looking to start Junee’s new season with a bang.
Junee’s personal tales from the Western FrontPublished by Emma Horn
Two weeks before he was to become a father to twins, he was killed on the Western Front.