In the Four Corners episode 'Under the radar' aired on ABC TV, the 28-year-old terrorist was described as awkward during his time growing up in Grafton.
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'THE greatest indication of how well he was accepted was all the trainers knew who he was, and when he rang for a story they were always happy to help.'
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THE forgotten victims in moments of violent tragedy are the communities affected by the unwanted - but inevitable - media scrutiny.
'THERE'S a numbness and a profound sense of grief in our community this morning.'
GRAFTON has become the centre of global media attention after it was confirmed the man accused of the NZ terrorist act grew up in the city.
"IT BRINGS home not only can it happen anywhere, but it can be perpetrated by the guy next door who we know."
TWO incidents spoilt an otherwise perfect report card for the inaugural G-Fest event aimed at providing entertainment for local youth.