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Migrants injured in border clash

MORE than 260 people were wounded on Sunday when Macedonian police fired tear gas and rubber bullets at migrants trying to break through from the Greek side of the border.

A Macedonian official said an earlier attempt to cross the border fence led to the altercation, with police claiming they had to protect themselves from crowds throwing rocks and other objects.


Future councillors finish up their term

Future councillors finish up their term

Murweh Shire’s Youth Council held their last meeting for the year, receiving...

Chiefs enjoy a record breaking start to swim season

Chiefs enjoy a record breaking start to swim season

The Charleville Swimming Club Inc has seen some early successes this season, after...

No making up for prolonged drought, but beauty tour a help

No making up for prolonged drought, but beauty tour a help

Shea Beauty was selected as one of two salons in Queensland to enjoy a visit from...