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Thursday
Sep182014

Rev your engines for a great weekend

With 50 cars already nominated for this weekend’s Warialda Offroad 200, organisers are hopeful to receive close to 60 by race day, rivalling the number of entries last year.

The Warialda Offroad kicks off with a street party and scrutineering of the cars on Friday night in Hope Street.  The prologue fires up at 10:00am on Saturday 20th September with two sections of the short course on Saturday afternoon.  Racing on Sunday is from 8:30am with one short course leg, and two of the long course.  The Dash for Cash will then be held on Sunday afternoon.

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Thursday
Sep182014

Smoke alarm saves family

One Warialda family were lucky to escape with only interior fire and smoke damage after a house fire in Warialda last week.

Early last Thursday morning, NSW Fire and Rescue were called to a residence in Warialda’s Plunkett Street.  The firefighters were able to extinguish the fire relatively quickly.  It’s believed the fire was stated due to an electrical fault in a power point.

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Thursday
Sep182014

School Captains announced

A special assembly was held last week to announce and celebrate the 2015 WHS School Leaders. In a ceremony attended by staff, students, parents and special guests the Warialda High School Captains and Vice Captain were awarded their badges and official school tie.

Sarah Weatherall was named the 2015 female School Captain position, with Richard ‘Ross’ Jane accepting the male Captain’s role.

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Wednesday
Sep102014

Community thanks Di and Clem

Warialda doctors Di Coote and Clem Gordon were overwhelmed by the community support shown to them on Saturday afternoon, as around 400 people attended a community luncheon in their honour.

The two doctors moved their family of four children to Warialda in 1989 and have since provided medical services to the community on what is essentially a 24 hours a day, 7 days a week basis, through their general practice at the Warialda Medical Centre and through their rounds at the Warialda MPS.

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Wednesday
Sep102014

Church left to clean up after vandalism

The Presbyterian Church community in Warialda were left to clean up the damage – twice - after a mindless act of vandalism on Sunday night and then again on Monday afternoon.

Two of the stained-glass windows on the southern side of the church were damaged when around 6 rocks were pelted through the windows at some time on Sunday night.  The incident has been reported to police.

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