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Wednesday
Sep212016

STEM Day encourages 'outside of the box' thinking

What started as an idea to broaden students horizons and show them the amazing opportunities that await them beyond their school years, has resulted in the successful Wider than Gwydir program.

Warialda Public School’s Wider than Gwydir initiative showcased careers from Forensic police to app design, with guest speakers linking with the school and schools across the region once a fortnight either in person or via a video conference.

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Thursday
Sep152016

Constant rain forces Motor Sports Club to cancel Warialda Off Road

Last week, The Warialda Motorsports Club announced that due to recent rain and bad weather, that the 26th Hunter Rivmasta Warialda Off Road 200 has been cancelled.

Scheduled for this weekend, September 17 and 18, the Club had to make the hard call to cancel the event for 2016 due to the recent wet weather and since it has been forecasted that more is on its way.  

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Wednesday
Sep072016

Festival fun not dampened by rain

Despite the weather’s best attempts, nothing could stop the 10th Honey Festival from going ahead.

Saturday morning saw nothing but grey skies, and upon inspection, extremely wet grounds, but that would not dampen the spirits of organisers or residents keen to attend the local festival.

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Wednesday
Sep072016

Croppa Creek's Ethan Bellman named Fred Hollows Ambassador

Ethan Bellman, a Year 6 student from Croppa Creek Public School, has been named The Fred Hollows Foundation Junior Ambassador for New South Wales.

Ethan was one of 68 young people honoured with a Fred Hollows Humanity Award in a presentation ceremony with Gabi Hollows at NSW Parliament House in Sydney yesterday.

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Thursday
Sep012016

Buzzing with excitement for 10th Honey Festival

Now in its tenth year, the Warialda Honey Festival is only days away and is shaping up to be bigger and better than ever.

With a  full schedule of entertainment and activities, there is something for the whole family. The daytime carnival will kick off at 11am, with market stalls lining the Recreation Ground ring, live music to keep the masses entertained while they browse the goods on display, and a Greek chef to keep everybody full.

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