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Thursday
Oct302014

Council fights for its life

The Gwydir Shire Council is fighting for its future to remain independent and fend of amalgamation to form a larger regional Council.

Last month the NSW Government announced the Fit for the Future initiative, a $1 billion reform package which they say will provide a modern system of local government.  The package is the Government’s response to the Independent Review of Local Government.  The package includes $4 million for a small rural councils’ innovation fund and $5.3 million to establish Regional Joint Organisations (RJO).

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Thursday
Oct302014

Pony Club project gets Marshall's backing

A plan put forward by the Warialda Pony Club to build new canteen facilities at the Warialda Showground gained momentum today when Northern Tablelands MP Adam Marshall visited the grounds and discussed the proposal with club members.
Mr Marshall said the club was looking for financial support for the more than $30,000 project which would see a new canteen and kitchen constructed on the grounds, replacing the old and dilapidated structure. 

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Thursday
Oct302014

It pays to shop locally

It really does pay to shop locally, as Elizabeth Mitchelson found out this week.

Elizabeth this week took possession of a brand new iPad, after being named the winner of an in-store promotion at the Warialda Pharmacy.

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Monday
Oct272014

Trade training opportunities abound in Shire

Last Wednesday saw the opening of three exciting locations across the shire.

Federal Member for Parkes, Mark Coulton was present to officially open the Primary Industries Trade Training Centre (The Living Classroom) and the Hospitality Trade Training Centre in Bingara, followed by the Automotive Trade Training Centre in Warialda.

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Monday
Oct272014

Rotary encourages youth to speak up

On Monday, Warialda High students, Sarah Weatherall, Beatrice Waller and Ross Jane entertained an appreciative audience of Rotarians with their well researched and confidently delivered speeches on significant issues for Australian society.

All three are Year 11 students - the school leaders at Warialda High School.

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