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Friday
Mar272015

Explosions and explosive storms

Emergency services including Fire and Rescue from Warialda and Bush Fire Brigade units from Wallangra and Yetman, along with police were called to a property near Yetman on Friday morning after an explosion.

A man was later admitted to hospital with burns to his body.  Police are currently continuing their investigations into the incident, with the scene being forensically examined.

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Friday
Mar272015

2015 State Election: Meet the candidates

Tomorrow residents will have their chance to vote for a candidate for the Northern Tablelands. 
Recently, the same three questions were posed to all local candidates in the Northern Tablelands electorate bythe Warialda Standard, giving locals an opportunity to get a sense of what each candidate stands for.

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Friday
Mar272015

Rugby goes on at Croppa - rain, hail or shine!

The Croppa Creek crows have once more put on a show to remember for the Rugby fans on Saturday.

With invitations being accepted by the Rats, Robb College and Weebolla Bulls the day was set to be entertaining. Each club had the opportunity to play each other and the referees came down from Armidale to adjudicate on the day.

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Friday
Mar202015

State CWA executive visit Warialda

Members of the CWA from across the Gwydir region last week were treated to a visit from the New South Wales Country Women’s Association executive.

State President Mrs Tanya Cameron, Secretary Ms Annie Kiefer and Treasurer Mrs Kaye Anderson attended a gathering at the Warialda CWA last Wednesday to touch base with the Gwydir ladies and share information with the branch representatives present on procedures and different methods used by CWA executives.

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Friday
Mar202015

Opera in the Paddock set to wow crowds tomorrow

Forget the endless debate raging between Melbourne and Sydney as to which of the country's two heavyweights holds the upper hand when it comes to all things cultural.

This weekend sees a new contender for the title that takes place in a rural paddock on a private property in northern NSW.

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