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Northern Tablelands Local Land Services wants us to get connected

Local residents with a great idea about an environmental project to grow community resilience are being encouraged by Northern Tablelands Local Land Services to apply for a grant through the 2017/18 National Landcare Programme Small Community Grants.Fund

Friday, 17:51 in Regional
 

Australian National University report reveals sites for pumped hydro storage in New England North West

The New England North West is home to a number of sites that could be suitable for pumped hydro storage, an Australian National University study has revealed.The study, released on Thursday, found NSW has the most prospective locations in Australia with

Friday, 12:02 in Regional
 

New England solar and wind projects ready to replace Liddell power station

RENEWABLE projects are more than capable of replace the electricity generated by the Liddell power station when it closes in 2022, the Australian Wind Alliance says.There are more than 1000 megawatts of wind and solar being built across the state, with a

Friday, 12:02 in Regional
 

Rural, regional and remote education review hears from education stakeholders in Guyra

PARENTS, teachers and politicians came together to share their concerns at a regional education review.Held in Guyra and Armidale this week, Teachers Association president Michael Sciffer raised the need for reliable support for public schools. “In my op

Friday, 12:02 in Regional
 

Ride for the Chopper crew roll into Armidale to raise funds for the Westpac Rescue Helicopter service

They’ve conquered the beach and the Great Dividing Range and now the Ride for the Chopper crew are on the home stretch.The 65-odd riders from across the New England North West and beyond rolled into Armidale on Wednesday afternoon where they pulled up st

Friday, 10:58 in Regional
 

Brazier boys win Community Involvement Award at Armidale Regional Council Youth Awards

Guyra boys Harrison, Angus, Thomas and Hugo Brazier have won the Community Involvement Award at the Armidale Regional Youth Awards on Tuesday, September 19.The boys raised thousands of dollars for the Melanoma Institute with their charity, called Five Ce

Wednesday, 14:45 in Regional
 

PHOTOS | A podium finish for Guyra's A grade team

Hockey New England is know for its fierce competition and Guyra’s A grade men’s team is one of the best in the region.

Wednesday, 14:41 in Sport
 

Youman bags a brace at CHS

Kelsie Youman’s medal collection grew again when she returned home from the Combined High School championships with a brace. Youman raced in the 800 and 1500 metre events and bagged two silvers. It’s been a massive year for the year 12 student with a suc

Wednesday, 13:14 in Sport
 

New England's deadliest road revealed

THE stretch of New England Highway between Tamworth and Uralla is the region’s deadliest road, data mapping has revealed.This year, five people have died along the 80 kilometres that separate the two centres, compared to just one last year. Head of Weste

Wednesday, 11:41 in Regional
 

Guyra Central School Book Week 2017

THERE was colour and imagination at Guyra Central School on Tuesday as students celebrated National Book Week. Photos: Rachel Baxter.

Tuesday, 16:06 in Regional
 

Glenore Cottage Farm, Guyra owner Gabe Staats talks mushroom science

Gabe Staats is one of the few people in Australia that grows his mushrooms from scratch, right down to the spore.The father-of-two dived into the mushroom trade in 2013 at his Glenore Cottage Farm near Guyra. “When I first started the business I was work

Tuesday, 09:06 in Regional
 

Gardening advice from Cedar Nursery and Design as spring hits Armidale.

After shivering through another cold winter, warmer days are finally on the way.And so too are the beautiful spring colours. Cedar Nursery and Design gardening adviser, Jenni Sewell said there’s plenty you can start planting now as the weather warms up.

15 September 2017 in Regional
 

New England gardening guru Maria Hitchcock is on a mission to save endangered Australian plants

Thousands of native Australian plants are currently on a threatened species list.For more than 40 years New England gardening guru Maria Hitchcock has dedicated much of her time trying to save them. One way to do this is to get endangered plants back int

15 September 2017 in Regional
 

Wild weather on the way, warning issued to Northern Tablelands sheep graziers

Rain, strong westerly winds and plummeting temperatures are being predicted over the next 48 hours. The Bureau of Meteorology issued warning on Wednesday afternoon to sheep graziers in the Northern Tablelands, with conditions posing a risk of losses of l

13 September 2017 in Regional
 

Wild weather on the way, warning issued to Northern Tablelands sheep graziers

Rain, strong westerly winds and plummeting temperatures are being predicted over the next 48 hours. The Bureau of Meteorology issued warning on Wednesday afternoon to sheep graziers in the Northern Tablelands, with conditions posing a risk of losses of l

13 September 2017 in Regional
 
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