Dungog Chronicle
Tuesday, 28 June
Gloomy consumers to keep spending for now
Colin Brinsden, Aap Economics and Business Correspondent1hr ago
Retail trade data for May is broadly expected to show more modest growth than in previous months.
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Tom Melville Laura Carolina Corrigan
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What happened to Bendigo's Chinese miners?
Laura Carolina Corrigan
More than 150 people carry the Chinese dragon's during Bendigo's Easter parade. Photo: Glenn Daniels
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Farmers and fishers feud over riverside camping in Victoria
Tom Melville Laura Carolina Corrigan
Farmers Judy Cardwell from Mitta Mitta and Belinda Pearce of the Kiewa Valley lead a protest to Melbourne last year over the issue of camping on licensed Crown river frontages. Picture: Mark Jesser

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Lettuce limelight shows disparity
Ashley Walmsley
COSTLY: Lettuce took on near currency status as the price went north of $10 a head after flooding ruined Qld crops earlier this year. But should the public be shocked and surprised by it? Picture: Shutterstock.

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