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Wednesday
Apr162014

Flying win for The Early Bird at Races

The weather presented a beautiful day for the annual Warialda Races, held at the Racecourse last Saturday.
The 2014 Warialda Cup, Sponsored by Coolatai Rural Supplies – Anipro, was won by The Early Bird, trained by Gavin Groth of Gunnedah.

The Fashions of the Field was won by Melanie Williams in a black and white outfit (the popular colour combination of the day).  Graham Sweeney was named Mr Racing in his pink shirt and trilby hat.

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Wednesday
Apr162014

Potential for CCTV in Warialda

The recent Chamber meeting saw the idea raised of a possible CCTV (closed circuit television) installation within the Warialda CBD.

A trend across Australia is seeing many communities installing and implementing surveillance systems as a means to extra security and crime prevention.

Recently, the Warialda community have actively been attempting to decrease the amount of crime occurring in homes and businesses alike. The upcoming launch of the online ‘eyewatch’ group and community meetings involving members of the Barwon Police have positively involved locals in the reduction of crime and the desire to make changes as a community.

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Wednesday
Apr162014

New truck for Croppa Creek brigade

The Croppa Creek Rural Fire Brigade has welcomed a new appliance to help keep the town safe from fire.

The CAT1 truck has a 3,500 litre capacity, as well as many of the ‘mod cons’ which brigade members are excited about.

Brigade Captain Lawrie Timmins said that it’s the first new truck the brigade has had, replacing an appliance which had been in Croppa Creek for 12 years and was already five years old when that brigade took ownership of it.

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Wednesday
Apr092014

Fire claims life

Police are continuing investigations and preparing a report for the Coroner following a house and shed fire near Warialda which claimed the life of s 56 year old man.

Police have not yet released the name of the man who perished in the fire on a property along Allan Cunningham Way, Warialda Rail on Saturday afternoon.

Emergency services including the Rural Fire Service and NSW Fire and Rescue were called to the scene to assist in fighting the fire.  The fire was extinguished by NSW Fire and Rescue and the human remains were discovered inside the premises.

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Wednesday
Apr092014

Weaner Sale successful

Agents and cattle producers alike were pleased with the results of last week’s Weaner Sale at the Inverell yards, with nearly 3000 cattle yarded.

Stock agent from J.A. McGregor Livestock & Property Mark Smith said that the sale was actually dearer than last year’s Weaner Sale.

“It was one that could have been a disaster, but in the end it was one that turned out really good,” he said.

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