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The Courier Mail
Reynolds can land a double whammyBATHURST 1000 winner David Reynolds has declared he is no “one hit wonder’’ and
The Courier Mail / Posted moments ago
BATHURST 1000 winner David Reynolds has declared he is no “one hit wonder’’ and is confident of backing up his Mount Panorama triumph on the Gold Coast this weekend. Reynolds, who is sixth in the Supercars drivers’ championship, outlasted big guns... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Supercars boss vows to seal Asian dealServices General Notices Digital Marketing Sell your stuff 0A0871E9-1636-49
Daily Telegraph / Posted 13 minutes ago
Services General Notices Digital Marketing Sell your stuff 0A0871E9-1636-49F4-9041-2E36E2BB5333 Supercars. Bathurst 1000 champs talk about their big win. Outgoing Supercars boss James Warburton vows to secure historic race in Asia... Read more
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Western Advocate
Ellis plein air prize winnerArtist Rachel Ellis won this year's NSW Parliament Plein Air Painting Prize. B
Western Advocate / Posted an hour ago
Artist Rachel Ellis won this year's NSW Parliament Plein Air Painting Prize. Bathurst artists are reaping the rewards this month after artist Rachel Ellis was announced the winner of the $20,000 annual NSW Parliament Plein Air Painting Prize; artist... Read more
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Western Advocate
We’re leading the way for league in the bushBATHURST should be very proud of the part it has played in promoting rugby leag
Western Advocate / Posted 2 hours ago
BATHURST should be very proud of the part it has played in promoting rugby league in the bush. Bathurst Regional Council broke new ground in 2014 when it signed a five-year deal with Penrith Panthers to play NRL matches at Carrington Park. The deal... Read more
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News.com.au
Supercars boss vows to seal Asian dealSupercars. Bathurst 1000 champs talk about their big win. Supercars CEO James
News.com.au / Posted 3 hours ago
Supercars. Bathurst 1000 champs talk about their big win. Supercars CEO James Warburton wants to end on a high. Picture: Jerad WilliamsSource:News Corp Australia OUTGOING Supercars boss James Warburton has told his staff to “get out your... Read more
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Western Advocate
Don’t wait until the Bathurst city streets are gridlockedJIM Grives’ letter (“Think big on a new river bridge and city bypass”, October
Western Advocate / Posted 3 hours ago
JIM Grives’ letter (“Think big on a new river bridge and city bypass”, October 11) about future infrastructure for Bathurst reflects my correspondence earlier this month. The council and current councillors need to be incorporating much-needed... Read more
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Western Advocate
$16,000 in state government lands grants for Wattle FlatALL SMILES: Bathurst MP Paul Toole with Paul Baldock from the Wattle Flat Herit
Western Advocate / Posted 3 hours ago
ALL SMILES: Bathurst MP Paul Toole with Paul Baldock from the Wattle Flat Heritage Lands Trust. THE Wattle Flat community will receive almost $16,000 in two state government grants to support local projects. Bathurst MP Paul Toole announced the... Read more
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Western Advocate
No bail for man accused of assault in Eglinton homeremain behind bars. Charges against Taylar Gregory Noonan - a nephew of the 48
Western Advocate / Posted 3 hours ago
remain behind bars. Charges against Taylar Gregory Noonan - a nephew of the 48-year-old victim - were mentioned briefly in Bathurst Local Court on Monday,with magistrate Michael Allen refusing bail. Noonan was charged with inflicting grievous... Read more
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Western Advocate
Let’s have a closer look at this solar farm projectBLUE SKY THINKING: Opponents of a proposed solar farm at Brewongle, on the outs
Western Advocate / Posted 3 hours ago
BLUE SKY THINKING: Opponents of a proposed solar farm at Brewongle, on the outskirts of Bathurst, say there are much more appropriate locations for the project. I WOULD like to respond to Belinda Smith’s letter (“Electricity for thousands of homes?... Read more
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Western Advocate
Bathurst 10th in the state for gun ownership with 13,094 registered firearmsTHE Bathurst region is home to more than 13,000 registered firearms, ranking us
Western Advocate / Posted 3 hours ago
THE Bathurst region is home to more than 13,000 registered firearms, ranking us in the state’s top 10 for gun ownership. The statistics, released by The Greens, also reveal the largest number of guns held by one registered owner in Bathurst,... Read more
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Western Advocate
Councillor Alex Christian leading criticism of our new $40,000 branding toolNEW councillor Alex Christian is leading the expected backlash against Bathurst
Western Advocate / Posted 4 hours ago
NEW councillor Alex Christian is leading the expected backlash against Bathurst’s new $40,000 logo, labelling it “terrible” in a social media post. Consultants Destination Marketing Store launched the new branding material last week, saying it was... Read more
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Western Advocate
Schools’ cadets will suit up to compete in RFS championshipahead of the championship. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK 101717carenne1b RURAL Fire Se
Western Advocate / Posted 5 hours ago
ahead of the championship. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK 101717carenne1b RURAL Fire Service (RFS) cadets from three schools around Bathurst will show off the skills they have learnt at a special event on Friday. The Chifley Zone RFS Cadet Championship... Read more
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Western Advocate
There was no wine-ing in the pavilions during judgingjudging a top wine is all about taste? Think again. The 19th annual National C
Western Advocate / Posted 5 hours ago
judging a top wine is all about taste? Think again. The 19th annual National Cool Climate Wine Show (NCCWS) is underway at Bathurst Showground, and this year judges will have to decide the best of the best from 802 entries. The wines have come... Read more
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Western Advocate
Bedwells Feed Barn is ready to move out of the city centresite in Tremain's Mill. Photo: RAINE AND HORNE A FAMILIAR site in the city cen
Western Advocate / Posted 5 hours ago
site in Tremain's Mill. Photo: RAINE AND HORNE A FAMILIAR site in the city centre could soon relocate if plans before Bathurst Regional Council are approved. Bedwells Feed Barn has long been located in the Tremain’s Mill site on Keppel... Read more
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Western Advocate
$50,000 in unspent Buy Local Gift Cards in wallets and pursesALMOST $50,000 worth of Bathurst Buy Local Gift Cards remain unspent in the pur
Western Advocate / Posted 6 hours ago
ALMOST $50,000 worth of Bathurst Buy Local Gift Cards remain unspent in the purses and wallets of card recipients. Bathurst Regional Council launched the gift card in April 2015 to encourage residents to shop locally and as a demonstration of... Read more
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News.com.au
Cochrane fires shot at WarburtonBathurst last hour highlights Supercars: Highlights from the final hour of the
News.com.au / Posted 7 hours ago
Bathurst last hour highlights Supercars: Highlights from the final hour of the 2017 Bathurst 1000. FORMER Supercars boss Tony Cochrane has fired a shot at departing chief executive James Warburton, declaring his hope for the sport to “finally” be... Read more
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Western Advocate
Bathurst High down Kelso High by 166 runs in local derby victoryBIG WIN:Bathurst High Campus twins Nash and Charlie Hutchings starred for their
Western Advocate / Posted 7 hours ago
BIG WIN:Bathurst High Campus twins Nash and Charlie Hutchings starred for their school on Monday. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK 101617cbhsvkhs2 Inspired by the batting of Nic Broes and Jaidyn Hutchings, Bathurst High Campus claimed a massive 166-run win... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Dominant Hawks set the tone before finals(centre) and Dubbo Westside suffered two defeats at Caltex Park on Saturday but
Daily Liberal / Posted 8 hours ago
(centre) and Dubbo Westside suffered two defeats at Caltex Park on Saturday but will be in action again in the finals at Bathurst on Saturday. Photo: PAIGE WILLIAMS ORANGE Hawks are almost certain to be the highest-ranked team going into CRL... Read more
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Herald Sun
Pay-rise knock back behind Warburton exitnot to offer Warburton a substantial pay-rise was made earlier this month when
Herald Sun / Posted 8 hours ago
not to offer Warburton a substantial pay-rise was made earlier this month when the full Supercars board met during the Bathurst 1000. “With a heavy heart, I advise the 2017 season (and year) will be my last as CEO of the Virgin Australia... Read more
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Western Advocate
Barney will be Bustling for three consecutive victoriesLIGHTLY-raced four-year-old Bustling Barney will be looking to make it three co
Western Advocate / Posted 9 hours ago
LIGHTLY-raced four-year-old Bustling Barney will be looking to make it three consecutive wins on Wednesday night at the Bathurst Paceway. IN THE GIG: Jason Turnbull will steer Bustling Barney on Wednesday. A member of Wendy Turnbull’s The Lagoon... Read more
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Western Advocate
Lithgow hound Madam Shacoby claims maiden win at Kennerson Parkof age and won her maiden race for Lithgow trainer Terrence Northey. Madam Sha
Western Advocate / Posted 9 hours ago
of age and won her maiden race for Lithgow trainer Terrence Northey. Madam Shacoby ($8) was fourth-odd favourite in the Bathurst Automotive Group Maiden (450 metres) and jumped out of box two at 3.36pm. Yet it was Sageman ($5.50), donned in the... Read more
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Cloverdale Reporter
South Surrey-raised woman takes comedy titlecurrent hometown of Toronto. Barron, who placed first in the Toronto Comedy Br
Cloverdale Reporter / Posted 10 hours ago
current hometown of Toronto. Barron, who placed first in the Toronto Comedy Brawl competition finals on Saturday at the Bathurst Centre for Media, Culture and Art, is the first woman to take the title in the nine-year history of the... Read more
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Peace Arch News
South Surrey-raised woman takes comedy titlecurrent hometown of Toronto. Barron, who placed first in the Toronto Comedy Br
Peace Arch News / Posted 10 hours ago
current hometown of Toronto. Barron, who placed first in the Toronto Comedy Brawl competition finals on Saturday at the Bathurst Centre for Media, Culture and Art, is the first woman to take the title in the nine-year history of the... Read more
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Western Advocate
Bathurst under 12s get a new representative cricket testTHE Bathurst under 12s had a tough introduction to the Mitchell Cricket Council
Western Advocate / Posted 10 hours ago
THE Bathurst under 12s had a tough introduction to the Mitchell Cricket Council representative competition on Sunday with a seven-wicket loss to Orange. STEP UP: Wil Blatch and his fellow Bathurst under 12s took on Orange. With a bulk of last... Read more
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Western Advocate
What’s On in Bathurst and surroundsHELPING HAND: Food Bank is held at the Bathurst City Community Club on Thursday
Western Advocate / Posted 10 hours ago
HELPING HAND: Food Bank is held at the Bathurst City Community Club on Thursdays. Wednesday, October 18 Neighbourhood Centre Knit-In will be held at 96 Russell Street from 1.30-3.30pm. Macquarie Care Centre Auxiliary will meet in the Macquarie... Read more
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WA Today
Treasury's John Fraser sees 'welcome signs of slowing' in house pricesowned by BusinessDay's publisher. Mr Fraser also referred to strong growth in
WA Today / Posted 11 hours ago
owned by BusinessDay's publisher. Mr Fraser also referred to strong growth in the population in regional centres such as Bathurst, Geelong, Dubbo and Ballarat, saying people were responding to the very high cost of housing by moving outside the... Read more
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Western Advocate
New look for local news on your phonelocal news, sport, community information and opinion, the site is optimised for
Western Advocate / Posted 11 hours ago
local news, sport, community information and opinion, the site is optimised for viewing on any device so you can follow Bathurst news on the go, wherever you are. The refreshed digital design is sleek and uncluttered and the website’s new... Read more
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Western Advocate
Bathurst Yellow too good for Mudgee under 14s in season openerA SUPERB effort in the field helped the Bathurst Yellow under 14s side to a com
Western Advocate / Posted 11 hours ago
A SUPERB effort in the field helped the Bathurst Yellow under 14s side to a commanding win on Sunday in their Mitchell Cricket Council opener against Mudgee. TOUGH START: Bathurst Green's Cooper Brien and his team-mates fell short in their chase... Read more
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The Age
Treasury's John Fraser sees 'welcome signs of slowing' in house pricesowned by BusinessDay's publisher. Mr Fraser also referred to strong growth in
The Age / Posted 12 hours ago
owned by BusinessDay's publisher. Mr Fraser also referred to strong growth in the population in regional centres such as Bathurst, Geelong, Dubbo and Ballarat, saying people were responding to the very high cost of housing by moving outside the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Treasury's John Fraser sees 'welcome signs of slowing' in house pricesowned by BusinessDay's publisher. Mr Fraser also referred to strong growth in
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 hours ago
owned by BusinessDay's publisher. Mr Fraser also referred to strong growth in the population in regional centres such as Bathurst, Geelong, Dubbo and Ballarat, saying people were responding to the very high cost of housing by moving outside the... Read more
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Western Advocate
Izak Chirgwin puts Orange’s under 16 cricketers into a spinA SIX-wicket haul from Izak Chirgwin helped the Bathurst under 16s make a winni
Western Advocate / Posted 12 hours ago
A SIX-wicket haul from Izak Chirgwin helped the Bathurst under 16s make a winning start to their 2017-18 Mitchell Cricket Council season on Sunday. TOP KNOCK: Ben Cant made a patient 82 opening the batting for the Bathurst under 16s on Sunday... Read more
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Western Advocate
House prices jump nearly 10 per cent in 12 monthsFORTUNATE CITY: The median house price has risen, but Ray White Emms Mooney sal
Western Advocate / Posted 12 hours ago
FORTUNATE CITY: The median house price has risen, but Ray White Emms Mooney sales specialist Mark Sullivans says Bathurst is still fortunate. Photo: PHIL BLATCH 101417pbmark1 IN just three months, Bathurst’s median house price has risen 2.8 per cent... Read more
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Western Advocate
Open for Inspection: Bathurst's open houses October 13-14, 2017a house soon? Or just curious? Either way, our ‘Open for Inspection’ page will
Western Advocate / Posted 12 hours ago
a house soon? Or just curious? Either way, our ‘Open for Inspection’ page will help you find the open houses in and around Bathurst each week. Click on the map below to see a sample of properties you can wander through this weekend. Here’s a list... Read more
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Western Advocate
Feels Like Home: 268A Durham Streetand in some cases that can be nearly impossible to do. For one thing, it is lo
Western Advocate / Posted 12 hours ago
and in some cases that can be nearly impossible to do. For one thing, it is located in a very well-known part of Bathurst, but is one of the only new-builds on the road. At just three years old, there is no doubt that this home can offer... Read more
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Manning River Times
Hadley breaks record, first female host inducted into Commercial Radio Hall of FamePeople's Cruise; Hamish Blake & Andy Lee, The Hit Network, Southern Cross Auste
Manning River Times / Posted 12 hours ago
People's Cruise; Hamish Blake & Andy Lee, The Hit Network, Southern Cross Austereo (Metro) BEST COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECT Bathurst Relay for Life; The B-Rock Crew, B-Rock FM, Bathurst NSW, Bathurst Broadcasters (Country) i98FM Illawarra Convoy;... Read more
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Western Advocate
Cowra Magpies are in need of a president for season 2018They were one of five clubs to speak to former NRL player Josh Starling, who en
Western Advocate / Posted 13 hours ago
They were one of five clubs to speak to former NRL player Josh Starling, who ended up signing with Oberon. Meanwhile, Bathurst Panthers will hold its annual general meeting on October 22, with St Pat’s to stage its 2017 jersey lunch on the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The life and times of Karl & Lisaholograms and a spider’s eye. All of these and more feature in this year’s Niko
Daily Telegraph / Posted 14 hours ago
holograms and a spider’s eye. All of these and more feature in this year’s Nikon Small World photomicrography competition. Bathurst 1000: Behind the scenes in Pitt Lane GALLERY: Take a look behind the scenes of Pit lane at Mount Panorama as the... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Halloween teen trick or treat ban bylaw in Bathurst, N.B. up for voteBATHURST, N.B. — Changes to a controversial Halloween bylaw banning older teena
Calgary Sun / Posted 15 hours ago
BATHURST, N.B. — Changes to a controversial Halloween bylaw banning older teenagers from trick-or-treating and setting an early curfew for anyone in disguise were expected to be approved in a northern New Brunswick city Monday night. Bathurst city... Read more
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CTV News
N.B. city expected to set Halloween curfew, bans older teens from trick-or-treatingBATHURST, N.B. -- Changes to a controversial Halloween bylaw that bans older te
CTV News / Posted 18 hours ago
BATHURST, N.B. -- Changes to a controversial Halloween bylaw that bans older teens from trick-or-treating and sets an early curfew in a northern New Brunswick city are expected to be approved Monday. Bathurst city council is set to vote on proposed... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Pay-rise knock back behind Warburton exitnot to offer Warburton a substantial pay-rise was made earlier this month when
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
not to offer Warburton a substantial pay-rise was made earlier this month when the full Supercars board met during the Bathurst 1000. “With a heavy heart, I advise the 2017 season (and year) will be my last as CEO of the Virgin Australia... Read more
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Western Advocate
How fundraising for Daffodil Cottage is making a differenceco-ordinator Jane Rawlings in the cottage's garden, which has been refurbished
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
co-ordinator Jane Rawlings in the cottage's garden, which has been refurbished for the benefit of patients and carers. THE Bathurst community can be assured that the money it raises for Daffodil Cottage continues to make important improvements to... Read more
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Western Advocate
WINDRADYNE WHISPERER: We’ll forever wonder how much slogan cost the city"Full of life" motif which appeared in about 2004. At that time, ratepayers, p
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
"Full of life" motif which appeared in about 2004. At that time, ratepayers, post the amalgamation of Evans Shire and Bathurst City Council, expressed outrage at paying (from memory) $10,000 to a consultant to come up with a new motif and... Read more
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Western Advocate
Still riding the wave of rising house pricesWhat goes up can keep going up - if we handled the supply of housing properly
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
What goes up can keep going up - if we handled the supply of housing properly RISING property prices across the Bathurst region are great news for the local community – at least if you own a home here. The latest figures from Domain show that local... Read more
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Western Advocate
Keeping females in the sportIn conjunction with NSW Basketball’s Am A Girl I Can Do Anything campaign, Bath
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
In conjunction with NSW Basketball’s Am A Girl I Can Do Anything campaign, Bathurst Indoor Sports Stadium hosted a girls gala day on Friday. In conjunction with NSW Basketball’s Am A Girl I Can Do Anything campaign, Bathurst Indoor Sports Stadium... Read more
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Western Advocate
Out and About in Bathurst | October 16, 2017Melissa Lane, Chris Sinclair and Leah Salazar at the Sinclair family reunion, h
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
Melissa Lane, Chris Sinclair and Leah Salazar at the Sinclair family reunion, held at Bathurst Showground. 101417pbsinc5 Eleanor Martin and Heather Carter at the Sinclair family reunion, held at Bathurst Showground. 101417pbsinc6 Mark, Jenny and... Read more
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Western Advocate
Have you say: Vale Road redesign plans now on public displaydesigns will be on display until Monday, October 30 at the Service NSW office o
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
designs will be on display until Monday, October 30 at the Service NSW office on the Mitchell Highway and at the Bathurst Regional Library. “We will continue to work with the community and stakeholders on this project and will be seeking... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Pay-rise knock back behind Warburton exitnot to offer Warburton a substantial pay-rise was made earlier this month when
Geelong Advertiser / Posted yesterday
not to offer Warburton a substantial pay-rise was made earlier this month when the full Supercars board met during the Bathurst 1000. “With a heavy heart, I advise the 2017 season (and year) will be my last as CEO of the Virgin Australia... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Pay-rise knock back behind Warburton exitnot to offer Warburton a substantial pay-rise was made earlier this month when
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
not to offer Warburton a substantial pay-rise was made earlier this month when the full Supercars board met during the Bathurst 1000. “With a heavy heart, I advise the 2017 season (and year) will be my last as CEO of the Virgin Australia... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Then and now: NRL players who’ve headed west to prop up bush Groupsothers? Check out the massive list of players to play in these parts: Bubba K
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
others? Check out the massive list of players to play in these parts: Bubba Kennedy (Balmain) - Walgett, Orana Googars, Bathurst Panthers, Blayney Bears, Cabonne United, Mudgee Dragons, Lithgow, Orange Hawks. Andrew Hunter (Manly) - Dubbo... Read more
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News.com.au
Pay-rise knock back behind Warburton exitnot to offer Warburton a substantial pay-rise was made earlier this month when
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
not to offer Warburton a substantial pay-rise was made earlier this month when the full Supercars board met during the Bathurst 1000. Outgoing Supercars CEO James Warburton.Source:News Corp Australia “With a heavy heart, I advise the 2017... Read more
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