Eleven candidates will be standing for the nine councillor positions at next month's Inverell Shire Council election.
Voters will go to the ballot box on the first Saturday in December and among the names to choose from are six current councillors who are running again, and five new faces.
Councillors standing again are Di Baker, Paul King, Paul Harmon, Kate Dight, Stewart Berryman and Jackie Watts.
Among thee new faces is a former councillor, Phil Girle and a former chamber of commerce president, Nicky Lavender.
Former Chamber of Commerce president Nicky Lavender will be a candidate for the first time, along with businesswoman Wendy Wilks, former art gallery manager Jo Williams and John Ross.
After more than a decade on council, including a stint as mayor, Mal Peters will not be standing again.
Deputy mayor Anthony Michael is also departing after a decade on council, while Noel McCosker who served one term is not a candidate this time.
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