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8.40am: Junee’s Jasmine Corbett has returned from a week touring Sydney andthe Royal Easter Show after making it to the finals of the Showgirl competition.
Ms Corbett made the top 16 from 500 entrants from around the state.
8.35am: Four women from Griffith will forever show their support for autism awareness after getting inked during Autism Awareness Month.
8.25am: A Juneejail inmate who assaulted two correctional officers has been given additional prison time because of the attacks.
Police facts tendered to the court said Dowdy became angry at one prison guard when told he had to change cells in February last year.
Another guard who stepped in to support his colleague was punched in the head by Dowdy. Full story here.
8.15am: The Newcastle Knights have extended injured Alex McKinnon’s contract, offering the 22-year-old a job for life. Find out more here.
8am: It’s a bit cooler out there this morning. How’s the weather at your place? There’s been a bit of fog at Wagga.
7.45am: GrainGrowers executive director Mark Allison has resigned from the organisation. Read more.
7.30am:Wow. A sinkhole has closed Queensland’s Bruce Highway.
About two metres wide,Queensland Police said they first received reports about the sinkhole, which is on the highway between Bowen and Proserpine near the Whitsundays, about 7:15pm on Wednesday. Read more.
7.15am:Griffith mayorJohn Dal Broi has refuted claims made by the head of the Red Cross Blood Service that plans are being hashed out for Griffith’s new mobile blood bank. Read more.
6.45am: Happy Thursday, readers!
If you’re off to the Town Plate races in Wagga, make sure you grab a jacket.It’s shaping up to be a cool day across the Riverina… you can definitely feel winter is almost here.
If you’d like to get into the races mood, check out the Wagga Gold Cup 2014 page full of the top 10 best Gold Cup moments, photo galleries and social media coverage.
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