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Wednesday
Jul012015

IPART to decide if Gwydir Fit for Future

Whether or not Gwydir Shire Council is ‘Fit for the Future’ is now in the deciding hands of the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal.

Under the Fit for the Future package, each council in NSW was asked to assess its current scale, capacity and performance and prepare a plan to ensure it will be Fit for the Future.

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Wednesday
Jul012015

New team at the Warialda Standard

The new owner of the Warialda Standard, Nancy Capel, comes with a long association with country newspapers.

“My first exposure to the newspaper industry came when I worked alongside the editorial, advertising and production staff at the North Western Courier in Narrabri,” Nancy said.

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Wednesday
Jul012015

Service to Gwydir Shire recognised

The Gwydir Shire Council made a service awards presentation last week to regocnise the hard work and dedication by employees over a number of years.
Staff members were acknowledged for long service awards during the lunch break of the June Ordinary Council meeting held Thursday 25th June.

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Thursday
Jun252015

Warialda wedding winners

Three Warialda businesses have come away with awards at the annual North West and New England Bride’s Choice awards, held on Friday night in Tamworth.

Angie Ellis from All Dolled Up Beauty and Lash Extensions came away winning the Make Up category Sharon Rose Hairdressing won a highly commended award in the Hair and Beauty category and Rachel Sherman Photography won a highly commended award in the Photography Section.

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Thursday
Jun252015

Warialda turns red for Cystic Fibrosis

A number of businesses and community members got involved with a campaign to ‘Paint the Town Red’ last Friday, to raise awareness and funds for the battle against Cystic Fibrosis.

The Paint the Town Red campaign began just weeks ago, when an Inverell family received news that their 4 month old baby boy Charlie had been diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis (CF).

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