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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.

“The Cut decided to give the dining venue its own identity to ensure patrons were aware it is Continue reading the story "Pyramids @ The Cut"

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.

“This program will help 20,000 low income households lower their living costs. Replacing power hungry Continue reading the story "Households to save about $140 in energy bills"

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

Posted on: September 19th, 2018 by
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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.

A swirling shower of sleet and rain swept Continue reading the story "Winds wreck 900 yard event"

Premier ejection creates history

Posted on: August 24th, 2018 by
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Will Hodgman made history on Thursday, becoming the first Tasmanian Premier to be ejected from State Parliament.
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Speaker Elise Archer booted Mr Hodgman from the House of Assembly for 90 minutes during Question Time, leaving Deputy Premier Jeremy Rockliff to hold the fort.

Mr Hodgman was ejected while he was responding to a question from Labor justice spokeswoman Lara Giddings Continue reading the story "Premier ejection creates history"

Work and play at “Strathdon”

Posted on: August 24th, 2018 by
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"Strathdon" will auctioned on September 3 by Delta Livestock and Property.THE perfect mix of work and play awaits the new owners of “Strathdon”, a 225 hectare property at The Gap, near Coolamon.
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With a dam for swimming, a home paddock for riding motorbikes, a tennis court and a hill for hiking, the potential for activitiesare endless.

On the farming front, Continue reading the story "Work and play at “Strathdon”"

Centre of attention at CSU

Posted on: August 24th, 2018 by
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LEARNING LAW: NSW Court of Appeal president Margaret Beazley addresses legal minds at the Centre for Law and Justice launch. Photos: BRADLEY JURD 082516bjlaw1Charles Sturt University (CSU) officially launched its new Centre for Law and Justice on Thursday morning.
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IT'S OFFICIAL: Associate professor Alison Gerard, head of the CSU Centre for Law and Justice, with NSW Court Continue reading the story "Centre of attention at CSU"

BE HEROIC

Posted on: August 24th, 2018 by
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Thousands of children and office workers will swap ties for tights, backpacks for capes and coats for costumes next week as they dress up as superheroes to take part in Muscular Dystrophy Australia’s (MDA) National Superhero Week.
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After the success of 2015’sNational Superhero Week involving thousands of Australians, MDA is looking forward to an even bigger and better 2016 Continue reading the story "BE HEROIC"

Van Veen, Nightingale off to Coffs Harbour

Posted on: August 24th, 2018 by
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For the second year in a row Lithgow golfers have made it through to the final of the NSW two ball best ball final at Bonville Golf Course near Coffs Harbour in early October.
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Last year the team of Ross Harrington and Daniel Buckenswon the Lithgow qualifier and then the Blue Mountains qualifier to make it through to the Continue reading the story "Van Veen, Nightingale off to Coffs Harbour"