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Sep
22
2018

Four notes for music program

MUSIC program Melomania is turning4-years-old and although its motto isabout having fun, its persistence andmaturity have led to great success.
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With its humble beginning at Bordertownradio station 5TCB, Melomania now boastsa listening potential... Read more
Sep
22
2018

Panthers win Bathurst battle

FOUR POINTS PLEASE: St Pat's Alex Carslake scores a try in Saturday's major semi-final against Bathurst Panthers. Photo: BEN HARRIS DSC_0040RUGBY LEAGUE
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BATHURST Panthers have a set up a date with the Mudgee... Read more
Sep
22
2018

Over 50s go Broadway

FOR one show only, theBordertown Over 50’s Clubperformed the successfulmatinee Broadway style musical“In a Persian Market” to arousing crowd.
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Attendee numbers for the July27 show sky-rocketed, welcomingguests from Kaniva and Lawloitbringing numbers to... Read more
Sep
22
2018

MP will push to make F6 top priority

Mark SpeakmanCRONULLA MP Mark Speakman will ask that the F6 motorway extension be placed at the top of the priority list for Sydney road projects to be carried out over the next two decades.
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Sep
22
2018

Dyslexia help at hand

There is help: Sutherland Dyslexia Support Group is organising help for children with dyslexia. Pictured (from left) are Suzi Field, Paula Goulden, Bernadette Mills, Lynden Murphy and Lisa Campbell. Picture: Chris LaneUP TO 10 per cent of the population... Read more
Aug
24
2018

Janine’s Olympic experience

Local postmistress Janine Booth is back from her 10-day working experience with Australia Post at the 2012 Olympic Games.
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Janine was one of only five Australia Post employees chosen to sort and deliver... Read more
Aug
24
2018

Fundraiser to Stop the Gold Rush

Wombat Forestcare held a family fundraiser, Stop the Gold Rush in the Wombat Forest, at The Palais in Hepburn on Sunday.
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The event was to raise funds and publicity for the organisation which... Read more
Aug
24
2018

Extra rail a solution for southern Sydney

It is time: Brian Shaw says immediate strong action is needed to solve traffic problems. Picture: Nicole Macdonald HURSTVILLE Residents Association president Brian Shaw is urging Sutherland Shire and St George councils to unite behind the Hurstville-to-Strathfield railway line... Read more
Aug
24
2018

Association heading in the right direction

BORDERTOWN BusinessAssociation (BBA) keepstaking positive steps towardsincreasing tourism and businesslocally - recently lookinginto ‘increasing profits’.
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At its last meeting on July 23,Koonara Wines of Coonawarraowner Dru Reschke presentedideas, strategies and marketingtactics for businesses... Read more
Aug
24
2018

Decision ‘soon’ on Forestry’s future

Cabinet has made a decision on what to do withstate-owned company Forestry Tasmania, but Premier Lara Giddings denied thatwould mean ‘’shutting it down’’.
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The Opposition attacked the government in questiontime today over what... Read more