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91. July best photo winners announced  
Fri 13 August 2010 July best photo winners announced The winners of the Court House Hotel's Best Photo Competition for July have been announced with Robyn Shelley taking out the honours. Robyn took...  
92. Citizen of the Year awards open  
Thursday 21 October 2010  Citizen of the Year awards open   The search is on for unsung heroes and inspiring leaders as Cairns Regional Council calls for nominees in the 2011 Citizen of...  
93. Anywhere, anytime for Crocs  
Monday 9 May 2011 Anywhere, anytime for Crocs   by Des Rolfe What a stuttering start to the game against Centrals Trinity Beach on Saturday.  Because the surface of the Crathern Park oval...  
94. Kuranda Comp winners announced  
30 Thursday June 2011 Kuranda Comp winners announced The winners of The Newsport's Kuranda Roots competition have been decided and two lucky entrants will be packing their bags for a two day chill...  
95. Indigenous Arts Fair a success/NEWSPORT  
Tuesday 30 August 2011 Indigenous Arts Fair a success The Cairns Cruise Liner Terminal proved to be a successful venue for this year’s Cairns Indigenous Arts Fair, with a record 13,000 people...  
96. Muddies cook up a win/NEWSPORT  
Tuesday 25 October 2011 Muddies cook up a win Following on from their strong position of week one, the C Grade Muddies wrapped up their first win of the season on Sunday at home. With club...  
97. Put up and shut up?/NEWSPORT  
Friday 20 January 2012 Put up and shut up? Like the winds of a category five cyclone, debate over the Port Douglas cyclone shelter continues to rage. Minister for Government Services, Building...  
98. Wearne takes clear win  
Monday 26 March 2012 Wearne takes clear win Saturday was very hot, very humid, and the range still very boggy after several rainy weeks, for Target Rifle shooters in a Double 600m competition. In...  
99. UN rings alarm bells  
Tuesday 5 June 2012 UN rings alarm bells A new UN report has expressed ‘extreme concern’ about the pressure on the Great Barrier Reef from coastal development and increased shipping. In response to...  
100. Long live the King!/NEWSPORT  
Tuesday 31 July 2012 Long live the King! The legend of the King lives on in the guise of Max Pellicano, whose chilling resemblance and performance has mesmerised Australians over the last two...  
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