Monthly Archives for September, 2018



Pyramids @ The Cut

Posted on: September 19th, 2018 by
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Pyramids @ The Cut is fast becoming renowned as one of the best dining establishments in the Peel.

Building a reputation for great food, excellent service, consistency and quality.

The newly re-branded restaurant is situated at The Cut Golf Course clubhouse facility.

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Magpies welcome star back

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BOOST: Speedy Northern NSW rep player Matt Comerford is likely to return to the Maitland Magpies line-up for Saturday's second leg of their semi-final against Edgeworth Eagles. Picture: Jonathan CarrollThe Maitland Magpies are confident young star Matt Comerford will be fit for Saturday's semi-final second leg against Edgeworth Eagles.
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Households to save about $140 in energy bills

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Eligible households can apply for NSW Government Home Energy Action appliance program discounts to replace inefficient TVs and fridges.
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The 40 and 50 per cent discounts for low income households are expected to save households an average of $140 a year on their energy bills.

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Scam tax calls surface in Cessnock

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A Cessnock resident is alerting people about scam tax calls after receiving two inone day this week.
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Kim Traceysaid she received two dodgy calls from someone pretending to be the Australian Tax Office (ATO)on Monday.

She said it was a pre-recorded message with a woman’s voice telling her that she owed the tax officemoney.

The voice told her to call a Continue reading the story "Scam tax calls surface in Cessnock"

Winds wreck 900 yard event

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The Bathurst Rifle Club's 900 yard range of the W & J Brown shield was postponed due to very strong winds threatening to snap the target legs and endangering the markers.
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A practice shoot was organized over 600 yards with smaller targets but the weather almost halted that shoot before it began.

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