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Wednesday
Jul162014

Caravan Park bookings soar

The Warialda Caravan Park has recently seen a spike in bookings, with June numbers topping all previous recordings from 2014.

Previous years have seen the Warialda Caravan Park’s peak occupancy occur during September and October, as the temperature begins to rise. However, the trend this year shows a growing interest in the Park’s facilities during these cooler months that are upon us.

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Wednesday
Jul162014

Missing motorcyclist found after accident

Police will prepare a report for the Coroner following a fatal motorcycle crash near Bingara earlier in the week.

During the evening of Thursday 10 July 2014, a 23-year-old man, Kyle Pullen, was reported missing to police after he failed to return home from work in Inverell.

Over the next two days officers from New England Local Area Command conducted searches of the area but were unable to locate the man.

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Wednesday
Jul162014

Makeover for Croppa Creek entry

The entry to the Croppa Creek community is soon to have a makeover with the installation of a new town sign.

Much like Gravesend’s entry signs, the new structure will comprise of a silhouetted cut out that will be mounted on a large log.

Gwydir Shire Council initially approached the Croppa Creek community as a whole with the offer to install a new town sign. The community were then given the task of going away and designing a piece that would reflect the rural community.

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Wednesday
Jul092014

Qantas points win to change a family's life

Worried that it was initially a scam, Warialda’s Terri Lockyer couldn’t believe it when she received a phone call to say that she had won 1 Million Qantas Frequent Flyer points.

After entering the competition several months back, Terri said that she couldn’t stop crying when she found out that she had won.  The competition asked her to write how winning the points could change her life.

She will now take her family to Paris, to realise a dream of her daughter Charlotte – to have lunch at the Eiffel Tower.  Charlotte suffers from Spinal Muscular Atrophy and has spent much of her 11 years in a wheelchair. 

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Wednesday
Jul092014

Mayors put roads case to Minister

WITH his sights firmly set on grabbing a fair share of the $39.7 million set aside in the 2014/15 NSW Budget to fix country roads, Member for Northern Tablelands Adam Marshall convened a meeting in Parliament last week for Gwydir and Inverell Shire Mayors and General Managers to put their proposals forward to Roads and Freight Minister Duncan Gay.

Mr Marshall said he’d already had discussions with both councils about identifying key freight routes which required funding for upgrades to enhance the productivity and efficiency of industry in the region. 

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