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New perimeter fencing complete at Moree Showground

MOREE’S Showground has been made more secure and presentable with the recent completion of a new $184,200 perimeter fence. Northern Tablelands MP Adam Marshall joined Moree Show Society President Brendan Munn recently to inspect the new high security diplomatic style fence, which replaced the old and...

MPSC commits $5000 to Reconciliation week

MOREE Plains Shire Council’s commitment to reconciliation has been reinforced, with the support of several local key events over National Reconciliation Week 2019 to the tune of $5000. Moree Plains Shire Council’s acting general manager Mitchell Johnson said Council’s annual commitment to Reconciliation Week included supporting...

Coulton deeply honoured by new appointments

FEDERAL member for Parkes Mark Coulton said he is deeply honoured to be appointed to the Coalition Government Ministry as the Minister for Regional Services, Decentralisation and Local Government. “I will also retain my role as Assistant Trade and Investment Minister,” Mr Coulton said. “I thank the...

1939 Mallawa Bracelet favourite ‘got at’

ALL hell broke loose at Mallawa picnic races in 1939 when claims were made that red-hot Bracelet favourite Clarebong had been doped. Clarebong, a 13-year-old prolific picnicker owned by Clifford Longworth, won the Boolooroo and Talmoi Cups the previous year and was chasing back-to-back Mallawa Bracelets. But...