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It was a big news week here in the Leader office. Here is a sample of some of the most read news and sport yarns we reported on this week.
How well done do you like your burgers?
Five fire crews from Engadine, Miranda, Sutherland, Menai and Kogarah, including an aerial pumper and ladder platform, raced to the Hungry Jacks restaurant at Heathcote to put out a fire on Thursday.
No one was injured thankfully, but for those that like a Whopper, it may be some time before you can get one at the Heathcote location. Read Merryn Porter's yarn here.
Tragedy struck on our roads on Thursday and police are appealing for witnesses and Dash Cam footage which may explain the fatal accident that occured in the airport tunnel last Thursday.
Do you love music and a good news story wrapped up in one? Jim Gainsford tells us about Emma Rose who has been invited to perform at New York's famous Carnegie Hall on March 10.
Murray Trembath tells us how a former well-known ladieswear and lingerie shop at Caringbah will be transformed into a trendy wine bar.
We all like a local success yarn, right? Well if you do then let John Veage tell you about three Shire boys who have just returned from the US on top of the golfing world.
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