HEADLINES: In the Newcastle Advertiser this week

In the Newcastle Advertiser this week.

Make sure to get your copy of the Newcastle Advertiser tomorrow. Here’s what made headlines this week – full stories will appear in our print edition.

  1. Local businessman, Struan Harris is in critical condition after his vehicle overturned on Monday. According to reports from ER24, his vehicle rolled about 300 metres down an embankment alongside the N3, between Tweedie and Lions River. Mr Harris remains in a critical condition, with friends and family praying for his complete recovery.

 

  1. #SOTA2017 – we break down the State of the Town Address, budget, and what it will mean for ratepayers.

 

  1. EXCLUSIVE TO PRINT – New General Manager of ArcelorMittal, Charlton Whitcher, talks to us about his journey and plans for the future.

 

  1. Are there enough police vehicles to serve our town? We investigate…

 

  1. The community comes together to make an 8-year-old boy’s birthday dream come true.

 

  1. #BabyHope – Donations are still coming in.

 

  1. For the first time in 20 years, homegrown talent, Will Jordan, performed live at Amajuba Mall.

 

  1. Joe Foster and Johan C Venter wowed the crowd at Factory Plaza!

There is plenty to read in the Newcastle Advertiser this week, and many regular competitions to enter as well.

To enter the Snips Pet of the Week, Romans Image of the Week, Panarottis Slice of the Good Life, Ocean Basket Worddoku, and Victorian Theatres Movie Ticket competitions, pick up your copy of the paper for more details.

 

  AUTHOR
Reveshni Moodley
Editor

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