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Western NSW temperature rises as spring brings with it the summer heat

Temperatures across the region will climb into the 30s over the weekend, with residents really starting to feel the heat on Saturday. The worst of the heat will be felt in the state’s north-west, where a large region is likely to reach 29 degrees or hott

Thursday, 14:39 in Regional
 

Ripped off: Peter O'Brien blames Sydney developer for creating his financial hardship

Builder Peter O’Brien has blamed a Sydney developer not paying him about $5 million as the “initial and direct cause” his company has gone into voluntary administration.Peter O’Brien Constructions of Blayney is owed $12 million by debtors but also owes c

Thursday, 10:25 in Regional
 

Click go the Trunkey shears

The Trunkey Wool Festival steward Graeme Boon, is looking forward to bumper entries in the wool sections at the Trunkey Creek Show.The Australian Champion Fleece competition has been a cornerstone for the show’s activities since 1984 when G Rayner from W

Wednesday, 15:57 in Regional
 

Twilight tennis fun

There has been tremendous support from local across Blayney and surrounding villages as week 3 of the Healthy and Happy Wellness Challenge gets into full swing with 276 individuals and 20 teams taking on the community program.Teams and individuals have b

Wednesday, 15:21 in Regional
 

Numbers game to prove Blayney’s biggest hurdle in potential move up a tier

Three-time Graincorp Cup south premiership winning player-coach Baz Hobby says the Blayney Rams will be able to compete with the top sides in a proposed second tier Central West Rugby Union (CWRU) competition in 2018.Given the success of the two blues, t

Wednesday, 14:53 in Sport
 

Netball finals

All 5 teams should be very proud of what they have achieved this year and the fantastic sportsmanship they all showed. Blayney Netball Club now looks forward to the mixed twilight competition starting on Tuesday the 10.10.17.

Wednesday, 14:53 in Sport
 

Hi-Grade expands into smallgoods

Blayney Hi-Grade meats have expanded their range of product offerings and are now including freshly sliced salamis, hams and other cured meats as well as a selection of salads. Cameron Cassel said that the demand for small quantities of freshly sliced me

Wednesday, 14:46 in Regional
 

Deputy showdown

In the wild-west a battle between deputies would have involved a shoot-out in a dusty main street followed by a bar room brawl, but we’re much more civilised in Blayney and instead it’s all background dealings and a show of hands.Councillor David Kingham

Wednesday, 14:10 in Regional
 

Smith’s hat-trick, Evans’ blinder leads resurgent Tigers to stunning grand final rout | Photos

Magical, fairytale wins – we’ve all seen them countless times, across any number of sports.

Wednesday, 13:47 in Sport
 

$22,550 for upgrades to the Neville Public Hall

Member for Bathurst Paul Toole has today announced $22,550 for upgrades to the Neville Public Hall as part of the latest round of the NSW Government’s Public Reserve Management Fund (PRMF) program.Mr Toole said the Neville Public Hall is an important com

Wednesday, 12:07 in Regional
 

More talks for Regis in the pipeline

REGIS Resources has begun the task of identifying the landowners along its preferred route for a 70 kilometre pipeline to the McPhillamy Gold Project near Blayney.Regis confirmed in July it had signed a non-binding heads of agreement with Centennial Coal

Wednesday, 12:07 in Regional
 

Neville Show date set in stone

It’s not often that a country show happens twice in one year, but this year we’re having two Neville shows to enjoy.Secretary Raelene Wong said that although the March event this year was a huge success for the fledgling show, the decision to hold it in

Wednesday, 11:23 in Regional
 

Blayney Debutante Ball for 2017

The Blayney Anglican Debutante Ball, held in August was very successful. Archdeacon Frank Hetherington received the 20 debutantes and their partners in front of a large crowd of over 300. Matron of Honour was Cathy Jeffery who had made her debut in the s

Wednesday, 10:30 in Regional
 

Building firm Peter O'Brien Constructions in voluntary administration after being owed $12 million

Regional building company Peter O’Brien Constructions has gone into voluntary administration after being owed $12 million by debtors including a government organisation.The Blayney-based firm owes $5.7 million to creditors including regional subcontracto

Tuesday, 18:10 in Regional
 

Numbers game to prove Blayney’s biggest hurdle in potential move up a tier

Three-time Graincorp Cup south premiership winning player-coach Baz Hobby says the Blayney Rams will be able to compete with the top sides in a proposed second tier Central West Rugby Union (CWRU) competition in 2018.Given the success of the two blues, t

Tuesday, 10:16 in Sport
 
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