Event times and details from around the region.
Bob Walsh The late K.B. “Brian” Burgess often spoke about the many train trips he made returning to Walcha from his boarding school at Tamworth. He said the train travelled so slowly in places that he and a few of his mates could hop off, chase a few rabbits, and jump back on board without any likelihood of being left behind.
Vanessa Arundale Bring your own to win
Vanessa Arundale High fire danger and dry conditions mean burning off is banned
Vanessa Arundale Friends and family celebrate a life worth living
Fundraising, repairs and special events were the highlights
Bob Walsh Amos Brothers estimated they needed in excess of 121,000 ironbark sleepers for the extension of the Main Northern Line from West Tamworth to Uralla.
Cleaning up in McHattan Park has just been made easier
Brian Lynch takes flight
Vanessa Arundale Friends and family share with the school community
What a week of news for our region.
Have no illusions. A resumption of the Korean War - because that’s what it would be - would ...
BEST wishes to Roos backrower Ben Green who suffered a horrific ankle injury last Sunday in the group ...
The late K.B. “Brian” Burgess often spoke about the many train trips he made returning to Walcha from ...
Walcha cyclist Ayllie Allen was selected to race for Australia in France.
Bring your own to win
High fire danger and dry conditions mean burning off is banned