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Fitness and safety pathway

Fitness and safety pathway

THE site of a new $22,000 shared cycle-way/footpath was inspected by the Member of Northern Tablelands, Adam Marshall, ...

Renewal plan still a hot issue

INVERELL Shire councillors either shrugged off a challenge put forward by the Inverell Concerned Ratepayer’s Association during their open forum ...

Copeton foreshores access improved

THE last four kilometres of Auburn Vale Road leading into Copeton Dam’s north shore facilities was completed with $220,000 funding ...

Legacy lifestyle for Gus

Legacy lifestyle for Gus

GUS Stevens has 16 years of Legacy experience under his belt, predominantly helping widows and dependants find access ...

Delungra collectables show

DELUNGRA has a permanent sign up on the outskirts of town that advertises their annual Antiques and Collectables Show, and ...

Gun cache unregistered

AN Inverell man will be sentenced later this year after pleading guilty to possessing a cache of guns.

Motor show draws fans

Motor show draws fans

Local petrol head Spanner Tanner has dubbed last weekend’s second annual Motor Mania vehicle showcase a blast.

The Big Dry
The Big Dry
The Big Dry

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Group 19 changes on the table

Changes proposed for Group 19 and Group 4 have been received favourably by representatives in both groups, Group 19 president ...

Veteran's Golf Day success

Veteran's Golf Day success

BOTH local and visiting golfers enjoyed the sunshine for the annual Inverell Veteran’s Open day, held on Tuesday ...

Juniors at state rugby

Juniors at state rugby

NVERELL Junior Ruby Union president Rowan O’Brien said second rower Hugo Percival and half-back Paddy O’Brien had represented ...

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Community

Personal battle told

Personal battle told

Only 16 days into his war, Inverell man, William Kearsey, was in the line of an exploding shell ...

Entertainment

Life & Style

Plugged-in kids lose social skills

Children who are constantly plugged into smartphones, computers and televisions are losing vital social skills, according to a new study.

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