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Windfarm test sites

A year-long project of collecting wind speed data for several possible community windfarm sites throughout the New England was launched ...

Liver fluke problems flare up

Liver fluke problems flare up

Livestock producers around Walcha need to be vigilant in managing liver fluke as there have been recent reports ...

Sam’s winning way

Sam’s winning way

Walcha grazier and stock and station agent Samuel Martin has won the Federal Council of Agricultural Societies’ 2015 ...

Council mergers force rates up

The claims that forced council amalgamations would drive down rates were rubbish according to the Local Government NSW report to ...

Celebrating long service

Celebrating long service

The Walcha Hospital Auxiliary held its annual general meeting on July 16 with a good attendance of members ...

Fireweed on the increase

Fireweed on the increase

In addition to managing the weeds that have been present on the tablelands for many years, landholders need ...

All stand together

All stand together

NAIDOC Week was marked in Walcha with a flag raising ceremony and celebration in McHattan Park

Road funding windfall

Roads across the New England Electorate will receive a major boost with $1.105 billion extra funding through the Roads to ...

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Coogee's column

FORMER English wrestler Mal Ballard was a little absent minded lat last week when he and his much better half ...

Coogee's column

ROOS president Peter Berry found himself in a spot of bother last Friday

Racing around Walcha

It was an interesting week of racing for Walcha-owned neddies, with some disappointing results and some positive results as well

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