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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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Wednesday
Aug202014

Warialda to recognise local doctors

After years of spreading their time and expertise between the Warialda Medical Centre, the Warialda Hospital and local sporting matches and community events, Dr Clem and Dr Di have reached the milestone of 25 years as our local doctors.

To celebrate the milestone and to thank our local doctors for their many years of service, a community celebration will be held at the Warialda Showground, Saturday 6 September.

A barbeque and afternoon of live entertainment will be on offer, with Warialda families and friends of Clem and Di encouraged to attend – the afternoon is open to the whole community, however tickets must be purchased beforehand.

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Wednesday
Aug132014

Pollies pedal into Gravesend for Park opening

Gravesend welcomed visitors, cyclists, corporate bosses and a raft of politicians to the village on Sunday when the opening of the new and improved Moffat Park coincided with the Pollie Pedal rolling through town.
 
Over the past couple of years, the Gravesend community and the student at the school especially, have been raising money and working towards upgrades to the park.  Initially, students at the Gravesend Public School put forward a compelling case to the Gwydir Shire Council and also set about raising money themselves.

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Wednesday
Aug132014

September date for court

Seventy-nine year old Ian Robert Turnbull will now wait more than a month to face court again on several charges following the recent fatal shooting near Croppa Creek.
 
After facing Moree Local Court last week via video link from Cessnock Jail and having bail refused, Mr Turnbull will now appear again on September 22.

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