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Thursday
Aug282014

Prowlers mean the need to lock up grows

Local residents have been left concerned for their belongings and safety as a string of incidents occurred after dark on several occasions last week.

From an alleged attempted break in, to unfamiliar individuals and vehicles seen lingering around homes and resident’s cars, locals have been shaken by the information that prowlers are targeting the town to perform illegal and deviant behaviours.

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Thursday
Aug282014

Rotary cleans up Warialda bushland

On Saturday August 23rd, members of the Warialda Rotary Club set out to cleanup litter along the bush walking tracks of the Koorilgur Nature Reserve, from Rotary Park in the east to Apex Park to the west.  Not only did they find soft drink cans, glass bottles, broken glass, paper and cardboard but also a wide variety of discarded household, workshop and vehicle parts.

Whilst the Nature Reserve has some delightful walks through the native vegetation and wildflowers it is disheartening to see the thoughtlessness of those who have enjoyed the presence of such a secluded natural environment so close to town, but have failed to take their cans, bottles, tins and other refuse with them when they have left, leaving the Reserve the poorer for their visit.

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Thursday
Aug282014

Offroad event coming up

After more than twenty years, the Warialda Motor Sports Club’s annual Warialda Offroad 200 is just as exciting and the drivers and volunteers just as enthusiastic as the first year it was held.  The 2014 Offroad is just around the corner, on 20-21st September.

With a huge turn-out of drivers at last year’s event, organisers are hoping for the same support this year.

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Wednesday
Aug202014

Huge boost forShowground

THE Warialda Showground will soon receive a long-awaited major power supply upgrade following an announcement today by Member for Northern Tablelands Adam Marshall.

Mr Marshall was in Warialda today and told Showground Trust members that the NSW Government would provide $107,165 to ensure the essential upgrade went ahead.

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Wednesday
Aug202014

Rain answers prayers

The prayers of farmers across the region have been answered over the weekend with up to 2 inches of rain recorded throughout the district.

Just over 50mm was recorded near Gravesend, with falls of around 40mm recorded closer to Warialda, near Croppa Creek and east of Warialda.

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