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From snig to shear at Trunkey Creek Show

THERE are only a few sleeps until the 35th annual Trunkey Creek Show on Saturday, October 14 with an 8.30am start. The show boasts a program that should please everyone and highlights could be: The draught horse log snig. Bring your camera.Australia’s ch

today, 07:54 in Regional

A change confirmed for Oberon’s Royal Hotel

BROTHERS Scott and Matt Still, who were born at Black Springs, are pleased to confirm they have purchased the Oberon Royal Hotel leasehold from Michael and Megen Chappell.Scott says he would like to continue to operate the business as is, and then over t

yesterday, 18:52 in Regional

Firies raise money for Motor Neurone Disease research

OBERON Fire and Rescue NSW will hold a fundraiser this Saturday outside Oberon Farm Meats for Motor Neurone Disease (MND) research.From 10am, local firies will be serving delicious pulled pork and pulled beef rolls generously donated by Oberon Farm Meats

yesterday, 12:51 in Regional

Oberon artist Harrie Fasher on the big Sydney stage

OBERON’S Harrie Fasher will be one of the Australian creative heavyweights who will come together in the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney in October for the 2017 Artisans in the Gardens exhibition, a nine-day celebration of the natural world. This year’s even

yesterday, 07:50 in Regional

News from Oberon Public School

OBERON Public School is busily preparing for our biannual whole of school performance. Our show this year is called We Are One. We were inspired by the cultural diversity of our students and their ability to respect, support and value each other. Student

Friday, 18:51 in Regional

NSW Rural Fire Service: Bathurst's total fire ban

A TOTAL fire ban and severe fire danger have been declared for the Oberon local government area on Saturday due to very dry conditions and predicted hot weather.Hot temperatures are predicted across of the NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS) Chifley/Lithgow Tea

Friday, 17:13 in Regional

Bathurst teenager missing, police call for help

POLICE have continued their appeal to the Bathurst community to help find a teenage girl reported missing.Torrie Thornbury, aged 16, was last seen leaving a premises on Howick Street, Bathurst, around 10am on Thursday. By 5pm on Friday, a Bathurst Police

Friday, 17:13 in Regional

News from Oberon High School

OBERON High School students and staff have voted for the school captains and vice-captains for the next 12 months. The new leaders were elected from 10 outstanding nominees from Year 11. Congratulations to Bailey Armstrong and Ray Sargent, who are the ne

Friday, 12:22 in Regional

Sadness as former councillor loses battle

THE Oberon community, councillors and council staff were saddened by the news of former councillor Jill Evans passing away last week after a battle with cancer.Councillor Evans was elected to council on September 18, 2012 and due to her health, was unabl

Friday, 07:20 in Regional

Borg Group purchase is still pending

THE Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) says October 5, 2017 is the provisional date for its decision on the Borg Group’s proposed acquisition of the particleboard manufacturing assets of Carter Holt Harvey Pinepanels Pty Ltd (CHH) in O

Thursday, 18:18 in Regional

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, 14:17 in Regional

Brenda Lyon says all the work is ahead of her after being elected

THE work is all ahead of me.That was Brenda Lyon’s thought when she found out last Wednesday she had been elected to a new-look Oberon Council. Ms Lyon, who was the second-last person confirmed for the new council, admitted she thought as late as last We

Thursday, 12:40 in Regional

School’s the real winner after Toole donates footy tip rewards

SPRING has sprung and the kitchen garden at Oberon Public School is about to explode into production thanks to a helping hand from Member for Bathurst Paul Toole. Mr Toole has donated the $500 in cash he won after taking out the Oberon Review’s footy tip

Thursday, 07:44 in Regional

Oberon women's golf news

TWELVE ladies enjoyed the beautiful conditions to play in the Silver Salver qualifier last week. The competition was combined with the Monthly Medal and putting competition. The course was in excellent shape and would be even better with a decent fall of

Wednesday, 19:37 in Sport

Oberon men's golf news

THURSDAY golfers had an afternoon of cards this week. It wasn't a very pleasant afternoon for golf.A good field played an 18-hole stableford event on Saturday. A cold, blustery wind made scoring difficult. Laurie Murphy continued his run of good form and

Wednesday, 18:35 in Sport
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