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Wednesday
Sep022015

Racecourse Trust receives $26,000 of funding

The Warialda Racecourse Trust has received a $26,318 grant through the NSW Government’s to build a new ablution block, Member for Northern Tablelands Adam Marshall announced today.

Mr Marshall was in Warialda recently and met with Trust members to deliver the good news and inspect the existing ageing amenities block.

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Wednesday
Sep022015

Councillors discuss potential bypass

At last week’s monthly Council meeting, staff and councillors discussed the potential Warialda High Productivity Vehicle Route.

Recent news of the discussed heavy vehicle bypass has caused concern for some residents, Council staff has assured the community that at this stage, any route being looked at is simply a ‘discussed route’, with nothing set in stone.

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Wednesday
Sep022015

The famous Red Book set to return

Gwydir Residents and Businesses are encouraged to make sure they are included in the new free local phone book due out before Christmas.

The Pink Book (1999) followed by the Red Book in 2007 has been a great resource in the Warialda district for many years and now is to extend to the whole Shire.

Organisers are busily putting the information together and do not want anybody to miss out!

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Wednesday
Aug262015

NSW receives late winter soaking

Heavy rainfall and wild storms saw much of the state drenched this week as late winter rain was welcomed by many.
While Warialda had only received close to 20mm at the time of print, reports of flash flooding, tornadoes, damaging hail and winds and significant downpours came from all corners of the state. 

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Wednesday
Aug262015

An extra 'lick' of funding for Warialda Showground

The wooden pavilions and buildings at the Warialda Showground will soon receive a well-earned lick of fresh paint courtesy of a $24,200 grant from the NSW Government’s Public Reserves Management Fund (PRMF), Member for Northern Tablelands Adam Marshall announced today.

 

Mr Marshall met with Trust members at the showground last Friday to deliver the good news and discuss their plans.

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