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Thursday
Dec182014

Council meets with community 'coffee shop delegation'

A delegation formed after a public meeting last month about the establishment of a coffee shop in Warialda’s Visitor Information Centre has met with the Gwydir Shire Council senior staff.

As published in the Warialda Standard recently, a community meeting was held just weeks ago at which representatives of the Warialda District Chamber and several community members voiced their concerns and displeasure regarding the opening of a new business at the Warialda Visitor Information Centre (VIC).

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Thursday
Dec182014

Local women the hidden treasures of the district

WARIALDA resident Kerry McDonald contributes an enormous amount of time and energy to projects within her community so it comes as no surprise to locals that she has been officially declared a Hidden Treasure on the NSW Government’s Honour Roll, Member for Northern Tablelands Adam Marshall announced today.

While visiting Warialda last week,Mr Marshall presented Ms McDonald with her award and commended her for her amazing capacity to make a difference in the community.

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Thursday
Dec182014

Graduating class raises community funds

As a parting gift before they complete their high school years, the graduating Year 12 students of Warialda High School have made a donation of $200 to Warialda’s Community Aid Account – proceeds of their fundraising as a class throughout the year.

“We wanted to support a local cause.  Our community is something that we’re all passionate about,” School Captain Maddison Rose said.

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Thursday
Dec112014

Bats move in on the Reedy Creek

The banks of the Reedy Creek have recently become home to a colony of bats. In the last two weeks, the group of bats moved into the trees on the southern bank of the creek, directly behind the Warialda Medical Centre.

While the bats have now only been present for a little over a week, issues that have occurred in neighbour towns such as Moree and Inverell give rise to valid concerns regarding the presence of these animals within the community.

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Thursday
Dec112014

Small Biz Bus rolls into town

Small business owners were able to receive valuable business advice free of charge last Thursday as the Small Biz Bus visited Warialda.

The Small Biz Bus is a NSW Government initiative which takes business advisors to locations right across the state, offering face to face advice and support for those owning and operating small businesses.

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