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After a start in Rutherford, 1233 Treasure Hunter Nat Little and driver Natalie, tracked down the treasure in Nulkaba. Here are all the clues and solutions for March 23. Clue 1: Meander with Julia’s over-relaxed rant and drop a contracted thoroughfare. Follow the cage who is a twice receiver of... Continue reading
Posted Mar 25, 2013 at ABC New South Wales
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Deanne Slee is a proud Hunter mum. Her son James had a starring role in the award-winning TV show Redfern Now. That's enough to make any mother proud. But as you listen to Deanne's story in Meet the Mob, you'll hear that she has her own accomplishments to be very... Continue reading
Posted Mar 19, 2013 at ABC New South Wales
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Dan, Carly and Ben Found the Treasure before midday, at the heritage listed Fire Station in DeVitre Street, Lambton! Here are all the 1233 ABC Newcastle Treasure Hunter clues and explanations for Saturday 16th March. Clue number 1: A French one is positive or negative. Translate a Newcastle netballer. Cinematically... Continue reading
Posted Mar 17, 2013 at ABC New South Wales
Newcastle Lord Mayor Jeff McCloy spoke to Craig Hamilton to address questions about the possible closure of several public swimming pools in Newcastle including Stockton's pool. We've had lots of requests to post this audio so here it is... Download McCLOY on Pools 8 march ">Download audio Continue reading
Posted Mar 7, 2013 at ABC New South Wales
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Kip got the treasure - despite some dodgy directions from studio contestents, and self confessed Treasure Hunter tragic, Barney Langford and Lake Macquarie Mayor Jodie Harrison. Here's how the mystery clue writer led us around Rutherford, Lochinvar and Maitland on saturday morning the 9th of February. Clue 1: The big... Continue reading
Posted Feb 10, 2013 at ABC New South Wales
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Feb 6, 2013
Here you go Treasure Hunter fans! Carol Duncan is hosting in the 1233 studio from 10am this Saturday. Clue number one. The big shave's advertiser sits inside the reversed blind loaded pasta. Categorically Drogheda, Riverside and PirateNet hear you tell a lie. Go to the liquid signalling red diamond and... Continue reading
Posted Feb 6, 2013 at ABC New South Wales
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Here you go Treasure Hunter fans! Carol Duncan is hosting in the 1233 studio from 10am this Saturday. Clue number one. The big shave's advertiser sits inside the reversed blind loaded pasta. Categorically Drogheda, Riverside and PirateNet hear you tell a lie. Go to the liquid signalling red diamond and... Continue reading
Posted Feb 6, 2013 at ABC New South Wales
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We're trialling blogging audio from the first half hour of Jill's program each day. Click on the link to listen again to interviews with Kylie Gibbs, the mum of two boys who competed in the Special Olympics held in Newcastle over the weekend and the discussion with Peter Goggerty around... Continue reading
Posted Dec 9, 2012 at ABC New South Wales
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Cook Peter Vickery , aka The Vicar of Nibbly, shared his Christmas Antipasto recipies with Paul Bevan recently. We promised to post the details and here they are. Antipasto Platter; take tomatoes, cheap and very ripe, slice in half and sprinkle with sugar, salt, pepper and drizzle with a little... Continue reading
Posted Nov 25, 2012 at ABC New South Wales
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Discovering that heroin addicts in Newcastle have a two year wait for methadone treatment to fight their addiction, has led Jill Emberson and the 1233 Mornings program to examine the true price of the war on drugs in Australia and particularly the Hunter. Senior health officials say such a lengthy... Continue reading
Posted May 21, 2012 at ABC New South Wales
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Wendy Miller says she is a woman with a lot to live for, despite being diagnosed with terminal cancer at the age of 35. Jill Emberson wanted to meet the mum-of-two, who is a senior lecturer in education at Newcastle University, after she posted a photograph of herself with George... Continue reading
Posted Apr 29, 2012 at ABC New South Wales
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It's been quite a week for A League in Newcastle, the Hunter Sports Group handed back their A League licence to the football federation of Australia on Tuesday, leaving the players and the fans in limbo. Veteran Jets player Michael Bridges told 1233 ABC's Craig Hamilton that the news was... Continue reading
Posted Apr 12, 2012 at ABC New South Wales
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Hunter Valley Gardens is plugged into the Christmas spirit with electric light bulbs outshining the more traditional planted variety each night until mid-January. The Christmas lights display is wound in and around the gardens and is creative, surprising and massive. Yes it's popular but the crowds were orderly the night... Continue reading
Posted Dec 4, 2011 at ABC New South Wales
2 litres of water, 1/2 cup sugar, 2 Tablespoons of cloudy ammonia This makes enough for 7 or 8 baits. Use a plastic bottle with two holes approximately 3/8ths of an inch (about 1.5cms) in the top third of the bottle. Begin spraying as the fruit reaches full size but... Continue reading
Posted Nov 28, 2011 at ABC New South Wales
A succesful Treasure Hunter for first time contestants Jennifer and Robyn from the CWA. Here's how they led Kip to the red envelopes. Clue 1: You must bewitch the back of a boar. Then, direct the hairy-nosed wombat to three ways where a pedestrian can dance. The government gets the... Continue reading
Posted Sep 9, 2011 at ABC New South Wales
Well done Treasure Hunters you helped Liz and Helen direct the ABC car to collect all the red envelopes. Tim and Aaron worked hard to get to the treasure in Tighes Hill with just minutes to spare. Here are all the clues and explanations. Clue number 1: I hear litter... Continue reading
Posted Sep 2, 2011 at ABC New South Wales
Hello Treasure Hunters here is the first clue for this week: I hear litter linked with Herodotus' Persian and Oprah's mouthpiece. Listen, mother and Kiwi John, and Wayne Pearce, are with an American, Gaelic and Australian. Your clue is missing in action, so to speak, with a Bronco. Why fiddle... Continue reading
Posted Aug 31, 2011 at ABC New South Wales
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posted for Richard Fidler Tuesday 18 Jan 2011. 3.30pm An army of volunteers continues to labour across Brisbane in sweet sunshine, mucking out houses, apartments and businesses. The fine weather arrived uncannily at the same time as the flood waters and has been with us for a week now; it’s the longest stretch of fine weather Brisbane has enjoyed since the La Nina effect began. But small isolated thunderstorms are rolling in this afternoon. In summer locals keep a close eye on the weather bureau’s radar map for the clusters of intense storm cells that mostly come in from the... Continue reading
Posted Jan 18, 2011 at ABC Queensland
If the sheep were going to sing in the wide field this is probably what it would say. Even though Stevens has tremors he knows where it is but it is not Haymarket. This week it's Paul Bevan in the Treasure Hunter host chair, Dan Cox will be in the... Continue reading
Posted Nov 10, 2010 at ABC New South Wales
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Contributed by Ryan the Pom IF the Newcastle Jets could produce as many goals as they do news headlines they’d surely be topping the A-league table by now. Firstly there was the controversy of Chairman Con Constantine not paying wages, which was then followed by Football Federation Australia taking away... Continue reading
Posted Nov 7, 2010 at ABC New South Wales
Contributed by Ryan Wallis aka Ryan the Pom So it looks like the Jets have finally got themselves a long term future with the news that new owner Nathan Tinkler has committed to the Jets until 2010. Obviously this is great news for the Jets but also for Newcastle’s football... Continue reading
Posted Oct 6, 2010 at ABC New South Wales
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Contributed by Phil Dando Thank you, Ben Kantarovski. Thank you, thank you, thank you! It was all I could do to stop myself from jumping to my feet and shouting, “Yeeeesss!!” down the microphone when you smashed that ball past Ben Kennedy for a quite spectacular ‘oggie’ (slang for own... Continue reading
Posted Aug 19, 2010 at ABC New South Wales
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In our 1233 Mornings Pursuit of Happiness series this week, the question of how to life the life that you long for. In 1991 Annie Evans was diagnosed with inoperable cancer but she survived that scare and attributes the achievement to a long, deep journey in energetic healing. She got... Continue reading
Posted Aug 9, 2010 at ABC New South Wales
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I thought, "That's got to be worth a $10 bet. No, make it $20. Nahhh! I'll have $50 on it!" I remembered what an ex-friend used to tell me, "If you're going to have a bet, you might as well make it a good one!" He wasn't averse to plonking... Continue reading
Posted Aug 3, 2010 at ABC New South Wales