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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9, Adam and Aleyce part of star line-up for drought fund-raiser. Country’s Adam Harvey and Aleyce Simmonds will join a star studded line-up in Tamworth for a special benefit concert in support of drought-stricken farmers later this month.

China's massive bridge linking Hong Kong, Macau and Zhuhai is ready The crossing is built from , tonnes of steel and spans 55 kilometres across the Pearl River Delta, with a Man killed by lightning near Dubbo as electrical storms engulf Sydney A man has died after being struck by lightning at Geurie, near Dubbo, in New South Wales' central west, as thunderstorms lash large areas of the state and the Bureau of Meteorology issues severe weather warnings.

As Melbourne's recycling stockpiles keep growing, so does the fire threat Dozens of Victorian recycling centres require "urgent attention" to prevent more fires in suburban communities, as China's ban on importing rubbish fuels the growth of hazardous waste stockpiles around Melbourne. Black Mountain's dark secrets Traditional owners don't want tourists entering a sacred site dubbed the 'Bermuda Triangle' of far north Queensland.

How juggling and unicycles are helping unlock the potential of gifted and talented children Academically gifted students at Wattle Grove Primary School, in Perth's south, are part of a radical new program aimed at challenging and inspiring them every day. Area larger than Perth torched by WA bushfire Emergency services are fighting fire with fire as they contain an ,hectare bushfire in Australia's north-west. Service SA centres earmarked for closure among the busiest in the state The planned closure of two of the busiest Service SA centres will make it harder for locals to pay bills and carry out crucial paperwork such as driver's licence applications, the SA Opposition says.

Mental health nurses speak out about assaults Nurses warn someone will be killed at Canberra's forensic mental health unit if management keeps ignoring their concerns over staff assaults that have left some fearful of going to work.

Back to the future for Royal Hobart Show with rides, showbags phased out Organisers of the Royal Hobart Show plan to dramatically transform the site to ensure it can continue, including building a hotel and housing for hundreds of people. Eagle deaths on Tasmanian power lines more than double in a year, report shows The number of wedge-tailed eagles dying after coming into contact with electricity network infrastructure is up by more than per cent from the last year, TasNetworks' annual report reveals.

World-famous Larrimah outback pub up for sale, crocodiles included This pub is the last place Irish-born local man Paddy Moriarty, 70, and his kelpie Kellie were seen before they disappeared — feared dead — in suspicious circumstances in December last year, in a mysterious case that continues to baffle the Northern Territory.

New program aims to help remote NT community produce first university graduate in decades No one from the Ngukurr community in Arnhem Land has graduated university since the s. Naked butcher who prompted meat recall apologises for 'isolated' birthday incident An NT butcher who was photographed handling sausages naked, prompting a meat recall, says he's sorry for the "hurt and devastation" caused, pledging to leave the region "effective immediately".

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Associated activities through the weekend include a truck show, charity auction, market, trade stalls and special entertainment for children. Lights o n the Hill Trucking Memorial Incorporated is committed to providing a Memorial to support and remember members of the Australian transport industry who have lost their lives so they can be honoured and remembered forever more.

Troy Cassar-Daley will release a track Greatest Hits album next month. Troy will follow the album release with a national acoustic tour, "presenting his songs and the stories behind them in their most pure form.

A celebration of an extraordinary career. Troy released his first single — Dream Out Loud — in His debut album — Beyond The Dancing — came out in January For the Male Vocal award Keith will return to the ARIAs stage for the first time in 10 years, to take on the hosting duties.

He also has a number of Golden Guitars under his belt and numerous American country music awards. Australian music fans are in for a real treat. The album will commemorate and honour the men and women who are serving, and have served our country, and coincides with the year anniversary of the signing of the Armistice on 11 November , the end of "The Great War".

This is music to inspire, make us proud and remind us of what it means to be an Australian. The songs have been brought to life by the contributions of talented and generous artists who have all donated their royalties to veteran services under the direction of the Australian War Memorial. These proceeds will be fully committed to the Australian War Memorial to support initiatives, exhibitions and programs in support of young veterans and their families.

Fanny also performed her song Elastic Waistband during the Awards show. Aussie country star Adam Brand has banded together with a number of other artsts to form a "supergroup" known as Drought Breakers which came to fruition via indigenous musician Scott Darlow and record a single to raise money for drought relief.

Buy A Bale has delivered more than, bales of hay across four Australian states to farmers in need. With Max Ellis, Warwick Higginbotham, John Minson and Eric Scott, Kevin worked to establish the foundations of what is now nationally and internationally recognisd as a major marketing success for Tamworth and Australian country music.

The Toowoomba Chronicle reported that organisers for the prostate cancer research and awareness fundraising lunch announced Keith as a special guest moments before he went on stage. The country star's involvement in the luncheon comes as no surprise as his father died of prostate cancer and several other family members had the disease.

It's A Bloke Thing Chairman David Russell said Keith jumped at the opportunity to be involved in the lunch and did not charge any performance fees.

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