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Strutting with the arsonists.
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Large crowds drawn to movie star's court dates prompts barrister's request

Charged Chinese actor Yunxiang Gao's media entourage is ruffling courtroom security.
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'They came up with a sales pitch': Jailed union boss an 'entrepreneur', court told

Former CFMEU boss John Maitland downplayed the potential value of the mining deal, a court has heard.
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The dramatic moment that saw a political rumour turn into a front-page news story

Since that moment, at 1pm last Thursday, the entire political landscape in the lead-up to the state election, has undeniably shifted.
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Man charged for using mobility scooter to tow motorboat down M1

The 35-year-old man was charged with multiple offences and will face court early next year.
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Violent gunpoint robbery of cash-in transit guards in Sydney's south-west

Dramatic CCTV footage has shown the moment two cash-in-transit guards were robbed in a violent hold-up by two men allegedly armed with rifles in Sydney's south-west earlier this year.
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'Shock, horror and anger': Deer found hanging off Sydney bridge

Boat-owners said they were horrified when they saw the body hanging by the neck from the bridge high above the Georges River.
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An Opal card the only clue to the identity of man found dead in Sydney street

The man was very likely in excruciating pain from the cancer that had spread through his body, but despite police inquiries, nothing else is known about him.
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Man charged after allegedly shaking baby, causing brain damage

A four-week-old baby will most likely suffer permanent brain damage after she was allegedly shaken by a man at a home in Sydney's south-west.
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Fatal truck crash leaves Picton Road closed at morning peak

One truck driver has died and another was trapped in the wreckage for 90 minutes after two trucks collided at Wilton on Wednesday morning.
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Be thankful sloganeering PM stayed on his bus tour

I cannot agree with Peter FitzSimons' disappointment over Prime Minister Scott Morrison's absence from the centenary of the Armistice commemorations in Paris.
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Call 'no parent wants to receive': Boy allegedly punched by Juvenile Justice guard

Michael Challis said his son was left with cauliflower ears, a fat lip and grazes on his face after the alleged assault.
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In the Herald: November 14, 1979

Fuel shutdown tonight, Sunday trading for hotels and The Times back with a scoop.
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Column 8

Remembrance on the rails.
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Sydney University's pro-Ramsay academics hit back

Sydney academics in support of a Ramsay deal make their voices heard.
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First day at principal school for top teachers

Running a school is a complicated job, as a group of aspiring principals have gone back to school to learn
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'Terrible taboo': Incest family member claims alibi for sex charges

Frank Colt, accused of sexually assaulting young relatives, says he was in Western Australia at the time.
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Former firefighter found guilty of lighting fires along NSW South Coast

Debbie Narel Brereton wiped away tears when she was convicted of lighting four fires in the Shoalhaven area.
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Wife of jailed minister gives media the finger outside court

Anita Gylseth went through a rollercoaster of emotions both inside and outside the court.
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The historic Shirley Hotel is being given away for just $100

Fancy yourself a business owner? A historic hotel in rural NSW could be yours for just the cost of a processing fee.
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Rural News

Foreign investor rules questioned in Riverina agribusiness sale

US Private equity to sell Riverina agribusiness BFB to Canadian pension fund
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Santa gets an Aussie farm Christmas

See Aldi's Christmas campaign that gets Santa into the yards, and building fences.
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Farmers launch road safety campaign

Common Roads, Common Sense campaign says look out, slow down, take care during harvest time.
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St Josephs Fete

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Political Candidate Roy Butler will be in Wee Waa Friday 16th, November

Author: Kate

I know that we're not better off with the National Party in Government.

Barwon is the largest electorate in New South Wales, and yet we keep being ignored.

Over the coming months, I want to hear about what matters to you in our area because every town and every community is different.

We could use the same level of funding and attention from being a marginal seat that Philip Donato brought to the Orange electorate.

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Volkswagon Scramble Narrabri Golf Club

Saturday 17th November 10.30am

Author: Kate
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Country Hoedown Maules Creek

Saturday 17th November 2018

Author: Kate

Please share
**Update **
Thank you Cassie Woolford & Emma Clarke for your offer to help out with the organising side of things, we have enough helpers now thank you everyone!

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2018

Northwest Speedway Club Narrabri

17th November Newcastle Street Stockers

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The McClymonts - Like We Used to Tour 2018

Author: Kate

 · Hosted by Wee Waa Bowling Club and The McClymonts

Australia’s favourite and most successful country group, The McClymonts are returning to the road after a year off and they’re ready to kick it up in style. Despite the break, Brooke, Sam & Mollie have been anything but quiet with their best-selling latest album ‘Endless’ debuting #1 Country & #3 ARIA all-genre album chart upon release and generating three smash hit singles - “House”, “Don’t Wish It All Away” and “Like We Used To”, after which the tour is named. On top of that, the girls took home three awards at the 2018 Golden Guitar Awards including the coveted Album of the Year and Group of the Year at the CMC Awards. 

Most importantly there have been major personal milestones including the birth of Sam’s first baby, Wilder, the upcoming birth of Mollie’s second child and Brooke released a duo album with her husband, Adam Eckersley. 
The girls & their band are fired up and ready to go and with over 20 smash hit singles from their 5 much-loved albums, you are sure to be in for an unforgettable night. They’ll be performing hits like Forever Begins Tonight, Here’s To You & I, Wrapped Up Good and Kick It Up, all sung with their stunning harmonies and backed by their incredible band.

“We’re so excited to head off around Australia to play the ‘Like We Used To’ tour together!” Mollie said. “It will be a high energy show packed with all of the favourites. It has been a while since we hit the road and can’t wait to see you all soon!”

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Boggabri Carp Muster

Saturday 24th November

Author: Kate

It’s that time of year again.... 
2018 c a r p m u s t e r...
please take note of rules stipulated on the bottom of th flyer!

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Christmas party Narrabri Dirt bike Club

Author: Kate

Presentation day and Christmas party 
24th November 4pm Nandewar Motel. 
Members please bring a salad or dessert.
Meat will be supplied by the club and some drinks for the kids and icy poles.
Also bring your swimmers.
Hope to see you all there.

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White Card Community College

29 November

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Gwabegar P & C Christmas Tree

Saturday December 1

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Viper Creek Band

Narrabri RSL 1 December

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Narrabri Rugby club Get Talkin

Author: Kate

Join batyr, NSW Positive Rugby Foundation, and the NSW Waratahs for a community gathering at the Narrabri Rugby Club.

The Get Talkin’ Tour will provide you with the tools and skills to look out for your own wellbeing and that of your mates. It’s an afternoon designed to bring your community together to start important convos and promote positive wellbeing. We’ll even chuck in a free BBQ, and a game of touch footy with the Waratahs.

Absolutely everyone is welcome to come along and Get Talkin'!

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2018

Dressage Protocol Days

Author: Kate

Dressage Protocol Days are a great opportunity for riders to learn how to improve the riding of a dressage test in a more relaxed environment, by giving them 'on the spot' access to the dressage judge. Unlike a riding clinic, these protocol days focus on 'how' the test is ridden, rather than whether a rider can walk, trot or canter.

Each rider rides a test, then has the opportunity to talk with the judge who will give feedback on how to improve the riding of the test or individual movements - all with the view to gaining more marks.

It's also a great opportunity to learn about the language used by a dressage judge and gain insight into what they are looking for without the added pressure of competition. It is not essentially different from a rider discussing the test with the judge after a competition except that there is an opportunity to repeat movements.

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Narrabri RSL Cricket Club Christmas party

Saturday 15 December

Author: Kate

It's on! Saturday December 15 2018 RSL CC will hold our Christmas Party. Venue and further details TBA. Stay tuned!

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Last Day School Narrabri High School

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