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Wednesday
Oct152014

Think Pink and check yourself

October, Australia’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month, provides an opportunity for all to focus on breast cancer and its impact on those affected by the disease in our community.

Breast cancer remains the most common cancer among Australian women (excluding non-melanoma skin cancer). Survival rates continue to improve in Australia with 89 out of every 100 women diagnosed with invasive breast cancer now surviving five or more years beyond diagnosis.

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Wednesday
Oct152014

Local dogs at risk as Parvovirus cases increase

A recent rise in cases of Canine Parvovirus, or ‘parvo’ sees local vets urging dog owners to be more vigilant with vaccinations.

Canine parvovirus is a highly contagious viral disease that can develop into a life-threatening illness in dogs. The virus attacks the animal rapidly, dividing cells in a dog’s body, most severely affecting the intestinal tract. Parvovirus also attacks the white blood cells, and when young animals are infected, the virus can damage the heart muscle and cause lifelong cardiac problems.

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Wednesday
Oct152014

Crashes and mortar shells in local district villages

Emergency Services including Police, Ambulance and Inverell’s Volunteer Rescue Association (VRA) were called to the scene of a car accident on Adams Scrub Road near Delungra on Saturday night.

Two men were inside the car when it rolled over and the VRA was called to the scene to cut the roof off the car to rescue one of the men who was trapped inside the vehicle.  The other patient was in a stable condition with lacerations and some head and shoulder pain.

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Friday
Oct102014

Monster Market Night for Dementia fundraising

With a little over two weeks until the Monster Market Night in aid of the Dementia Unit, three local women are working day in and day out to create one of the biggest market nights the town has seen.

The three Griese sisters -now Shirley Rose, Dot Bowman and Rachel Bourne – have been working tirelessly recently not only gathering prizes and vouchers for the October 25 Monster Market Night, but they have spent months also hand making a large number of prizes to be available on the night.

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Friday
Oct102014

From Warialda to centre-stage, Benny's Spectacular life-changer

It has been almost two years since Benny Nelson headed to Sydney to further his music career but Warialda is still strong in his heart.

 

One of Benny’s big breaks occurred in 2010 when as a Warialda High Year 9 student he was chosen to perform in the Schools Spectacular.

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