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Wednesday
Jul292015

Bindaree Beef buys local feedlot

Inverell’s Bindaree Beef Group (BBG) has purchased one of the country’s biggest feedlots, which is based and operates locally.

Bindaree Beef Group has confirmed the purchase will see a business-as-usual program continue, with BBG welcoming Myola's operations team under the leadership of Myola’s general manager Jeff Dight.

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Wednesday
Jul292015

Thieves target local business

Police are appealing for information from the public following a break and enter at a Warialda business in the early hours of Sunday morning.
A 4WD utility was used by the unknown offenders to gain entry to the Shell Service Station in Geddes Street around 1.30am on Sunday July 26.

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Wednesday
Jul292015

Strap on your spurs and test your knowledge

The popular Warialda High P&C trivia night returns this weekend, and organisers have an evening of fun and entertainment planned for all.

Falling on Saturday August 1st, the theme is ‘All things horsey’, a celebration of the horses’ birthday, and teams are encouraged to strap on their spurs and deck themselves out in horsey outfits for the chance to win a number of prizes.

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Wednesday
Jul222015

Local driver takes out Kempsey 250

Over the weekend Warialda teams travelled east for round 5 of the NSW Offroad Championship, the Kempsey 250 held on the outskirts of Kempsey at Wittitrin.

Sam Egan and Adam Gilkison in their #188 Jimco Nissan completed a tough weekends racing first outright and first in the prolite class just over two and a half minutes in front of 2nd place Dave Chandler of Port Macquarie.  

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Wednesday
Jul222015

Are you being scammed?

A number of scam telephone calls and emails have been circulating around the region, causing both concern and upset in many residents.

Recently, a Bingara resident returned home to find a forceful message left on her answering machine claiming that he had cases of tax evasion and fraud against her and she must return his call urgently.

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