UPDATE: Jimmy was a lively and happy young man: principal

BILOELA State High School is holding support sessions for students after Thangool teenager Jimmy Bryant, 17, was killed in single vehicle crash on Friday.

Tributes pour in for Jimmy Bryant, 17, after fatal crash

Jimmy Bryant, 17, was killed in a car crash on Friday afternoon. Photo contributed.

Police have confirmed that Jimmy Bryant, 17, was killed in the crash

READER'S VIEW: Return to days where politicians weren't paid

Andrew Fisher, who became Australian Prime Minister for the first time on November 13, 1908. As war in Europe was breaking out, he pledged during an speech for his third re-election that Australia would defend Britain "down to our last man and our last shilling".

Time to go back to where politics was not regarded as a job for life

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One student short leads to cancellation of bus run

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Administrators place mine into 'care and maintenance'.

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Storm damage from Friday January 29. Contributed

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"They were fair dinkum that it was a serious threat so I just packed the car and went," Ms Hawksworth said. "It's one of the driest years I've ever had, the grass crackles under foot. This is the third year I've had stuff packed next to my door. When I decided to go, I just put that in the car, grabbed some clothes and my pets and was off."
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