Narellan Vale foster carers receive award for their dedication to others

Thinking of others: Camden MP Chris Patterson presents a NSW Carers Award to Narellan Vale couple Robyn and Martin McAulay. Picture: Jonathan NgNarellan Vale’s Robyn and Martin McAulay already had three children, but they saw nothing wrong with opening their arms to another two children in need.
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The couple are foster parents to two boys, aged five-and-a-half and 21 months, who both have some form of disability and they have won a NSW Carers Award for their dedication to helping others.

Mrs McAulay said she and her husband did not do what they did for accolades.

She said they started off as respite carers and then decided to take on foster children with disabilities full time as well as caring for their own children, aged 16, 13, and nine.

‘‘The two children we have are long-term fosters,’’ Mrs McAulay said.

‘‘They’re just a part of the family.

‘‘With our own kids, we always sit down with them and include them in the decision making because it’s their home as well.’’

Mrs McAulay said looking after five children, two of whom with a disability, could be tricky.

‘‘It can be quite a juggling act trying to get everybody where they need to be,’’ she said.

‘‘We get great support from the network around us with family and friends offering to put their hand up to help, especially if [the younger foster child] has had a stint in hospital.’’

She said the young boy had heart problems and needed regular check ups at hospitals in the city.

While Mr McAulay works fulltime, she looks after the children as well as benefiting from supprt groups like Heart Kids Australian and Aussie Club Foot Kids.

Mrs McAulay said they also receive valuable support from their foster agency Life Without Barriers.

‘‘They’re always on the look out for more carers,’’ she said.

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The week that was around the region | Photos PARKES: A potentially dangerous grass fire was quickly brought under control in Lorking Street on Tuesday afternoon without any damage to property.
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ORANGE: After abandoning plans to exhibit a super-sized replica of an Akubra hat, Orange City Council members are now on a mission to secure a four-storey-high aluminium sculpture by Blue Mountains artist Terrance Plowright.

COWRA: Australia’s foremost Aboriginal dance troupe is celebrating 25 years – and two Cowra High School students will celebrate among them. Jesse Murray and Imajen James will perform alongside the Bangarra Dance Theatre group.

ORANGE: After losing two of his close friends in drink-driving accidents, Hotel Orange licensee Alex Savage made a decision to do all he could to stop others from dying the same way.

FORBES: About 500 people marched in last year’s White Ribbon Day community march and Forbes Domestic Violence committee hope to see more this year.

PARKES: The Mitchell Conservatorium has had teachers and students in Parkes for years but now has a home – beautiful new studios located in Currajong Street.

ORANGE: A Glenroi resident says it’s time parents took responsibility for their young children who walk the streets at night lighting fires, taking drugs and threatening residents.

BLAYNEY: A Multi-million dollar initiative coming out of Blayney will mean thousands of hampers are delivered across Australia this Christmas. In a deal struck between Blayney Foods and the Hamper King organisation, packing is now underway ahead of the festive season.

ORANGE: Mackenzie and Cooper Caffin with their father Grant Caffin, will be one of the hundreds of families donating to Kmart Orange’s Wishing Tree Appeal this year. Photo: ALEXANDRA KING 1115akwishingtree

COWRA: They’re the generation with the biggest buying power; and now baby boomers are getting their very own festival right here in Cowra. Nerallie and Stephen Cheney are bringing the first-ever Baby Boomers Festival to town next February.

FORBES: Thomas Haynes has recently returned from a week-long concert tour of the Riverina as part of the Riverina Combined Public Schools Band.

PARKES: The Parkes Under 13 girls indoor hockey team participated in the NSW Indoor Hockey State Championships at Tamworth. The team consisted of India Draper, Peta Fagan, Gracey Jones (goalkeeper), Savanah Draper, Lori Ross, Hannah Blunt and Jordan Fagan.

ORANGE: Margaret Bastick would like to thank those who have shared their experiences to compile a history of the Catholic parish of Orange, in a book to be launched on Friday at the sesquicentenary celebrations. Photo: STEVE GOSCH1116catholic

CANOWINDRA: A man has pleaded guilty to lighting a fire that gutted a Canowindra home last Friday.

FORBES: Former Bathurst St Pat’s playmaker Tim Holman has signed a contract to join the Forbes Magpies for the 2015 Group 11 rugby league season.

NYNGAN: Henry Parry winner of the 2014 Valvoline Street Machine Of The Year award with his FB Holden, known as Old Love. Photo: Street Machine

NYNGAN: Back: Sensei Matt March, Sempai Nick Owens. Front: Syed Rayyan-Ul-Hassan Noor, Alex Palmer and Charlie Garment.

DUBBO: Li-Jen Wong said she is glad she chose to move to Dubbo this year after living in metropolitan cities, Kuala Lumpur and Sydney for the first 23 years of her life. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE

DUBBO: An overjoyed Rachel Mills has been reunited with her parrot Bazil, who went missing at the weekend.

DUBBO: Priceline Pharmacy partner Mark Rugendyke with his new machine that sorts, stores and dispenses presriptio medicine with 100 per cent accuracy. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE

DUBBO: Jordan Robb in action at a recent rodeo. He was thrown from a bull during a competition in Armidale on Saturday and is a quadriplegic.Photo: RUTH EGAN – R.L.G IMAGES

DUBBO: Leila Kirkness, 18, produced the series of drawings titled Dreams, nightmares, love, sacrifice and coming of age as her major work for visual arts. She has been nominated for ArtExpress.

DUBBO: Rod Hannifey was once told he would never find a truck company that would be willing to provide him with trailers that promote road safety

DUBBO: Katrina Taunton and Jess Hammonds are holding a Pink Ribbon fundraiser.

DUBBO: Steven Hornby, Leonnie McGrath and Deanne Prout showing off their moustaches. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE

DUBBO: John Walkom and Peter Flude at the opening of stage one of the Macquarie View estate. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE.

DUBBO: BACK: Virginia Morley, Edan Fahy, Jenna Pring, Grace Lambert, Lauren Lambert, Spencer Simcox, Heidi Spatt, Saxon Scott, Liam Hopkin-Davies, Amanda Hopkin-Davies, The Honourable Linda Burney, Malia Paing. FRONT: Lucius Morley-Pavco, Katrina MacLeod, Oscar MacLeod and Country Labor candidate Stephen Lawrence. Photo: GREG KEEN

DUBBO: The Dubbo Regional Theatre and Convention Centre’s 2015 launch. Photo: GREG KEEN

NARROMINE: Emergency services rushed to the scene of a fire on Monday evening. These horses ran away from the flames. Photo: GRACE RYAN

WELLINGTON: Twenty women took part in the Wellington Women with Flair workshop.

WESTERN NSW: Honey Bee and Pollination R&D Program researcher, James Kershaw

BATHURST: Ramya Ranaweera can’t thank everyone enough for bringing her children to Australia. Ms Ranaweera came to Australia from Sri Lanka to study a Bachelor of Nursing at Charles Sturt University. From left, St Philomena’s principal James Farr with Shenal Breden, Deina Shenoni and Ramya Ranaweera. Photo PHILL MURRAY 111914pstphils

BATHURST: Denison College of Secondary Education principal Craig Petersen, Iiyama City Education Department chief Iwao Shimizu, Bathurst High principal Geoff Hastings and Iiyama-Kita High School principal Kunihiko Ninomiya at this week’s sister school signing. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK 111814csister

OBERON: Oberon man Colin Adams panning for gold with daughters Lily, three, and Brianna, nine. Photo PHILL MURRAY 111314pgold2

BATHURST: Bathurst locals took the chance to do some early Christmas shopping at Bathurst’s Biggest Expo. Photos CHRIS SEABROOK

BATHURST: Stanley Street is now temporarily closed as asbestos removal experts move in to make the area safe prior to the construction of Bathurst’s bicentennial flag staff. Photo CHRIS SEABROOK 111514cfl

BATHURST: Brian Newby looks over the rear driver’s side indicator cluster that was damaged in a Bathurst car park last week. Whoever caused the damage drove off without leaving any details. Photo CHRIS SEABROOK 11171

BATHURST: Claire Crouch and Karla McDiarmid were going goggle-eyed in Bathurst yesterday as they did the rounds of the town attempting to break a FaceMapping record. Photo BRIAN WOOD 111914karla1

LITHGOW: It was exciting for the students of Zig Zag School to be captured on television as they sung their best notes in the Cathedral chamber at Jenolan Caves.

LITHGOW: Lithgow Musical Society is in full swing with its end of year production of ‘Annie’.

LITHGOW: The Lithgow Men’s Shed has generously supplied the Three Tree Lodge nursing home with a hand-crafted Christmas sleigh for their coming Christmas raffles.

MUDGEE: Adam Spencer talks about the number 4 during his unexpected visit to Mudgee High School.

MUDGEE: Any passers-by on Lions Drive, Mudgee, who are curious about the shipping containers on the bend at the eastern end, can now know that they are the basis of a new café gallery.

MUDGEE: These Year 6 students from Mudgee Public and Cudgegong Valley, were among those at the Orientation Day at Mudgee High School last Thursday.

OBERON: A total of 20,000 rainbow trout fingerlings were put into Lake Oberon and reaches of the Fish River this week as part of an ongoing program attempting to rid the lake of redfin.

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The week that was around the region | Photos PARKES: A potentially dangerous grass fire was quickly brought under control in Lorking Street on Tuesday afternoon without any damage to property.
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ORANGE: After abandoning plans to exhibit a super-sized replica of an Akubra hat, Orange City Council members are now on a mission to secure a four-storey-high aluminium sculpture by Blue Mountains artist Terrance Plowright.

COWRA: Australia’s foremost Aboriginal dance troupe is celebrating 25 years – and two Cowra High School students will celebrate among them. Jesse Murray and Imajen James will perform alongside the Bangarra Dance Theatre group.

ORANGE: After losing two of his close friends in drink-driving accidents, Hotel Orange licensee Alex Savage made a decision to do all he could to stop others from dying the same way.

FORBES: About 500 people marched in last year’s White Ribbon Day community march and Forbes Domestic Violence committee hope to see more this year.

PARKES: The Mitchell Conservatorium has had teachers and students in Parkes for years but now has a home – beautiful new studios located in Currajong Street.

ORANGE: A Glenroi resident says it’s time parents took responsibility for their young children who walk the streets at night lighting fires, taking drugs and threatening residents.

BLAYNEY: A Multi-million dollar initiative coming out of Blayney will mean thousands of hampers are delivered across Australia this Christmas. In a deal struck between Blayney Foods and the Hamper King organisation, packing is now underway ahead of the festive season.

ORANGE: Mackenzie and Cooper Caffin with their father Grant Caffin, will be one of the hundreds of families donating to Kmart Orange’s Wishing Tree Appeal this year. Photo: ALEXANDRA KING 1115akwishingtree

COWRA: They’re the generation with the biggest buying power; and now baby boomers are getting their very own festival right here in Cowra. Nerallie and Stephen Cheney are bringing the first-ever Baby Boomers Festival to town next February.

FORBES: Thomas Haynes has recently returned from a week-long concert tour of the Riverina as part of the Riverina Combined Public Schools Band.

PARKES: The Parkes Under 13 girls indoor hockey team participated in the NSW Indoor Hockey State Championships at Tamworth. The team consisted of India Draper, Peta Fagan, Gracey Jones (goalkeeper), Savanah Draper, Lori Ross, Hannah Blunt and Jordan Fagan.

ORANGE: Margaret Bastick would like to thank those who have shared their experiences to compile a history of the Catholic parish of Orange, in a book to be launched on Friday at the sesquicentenary celebrations. Photo: STEVE GOSCH1116catholic

CANOWINDRA: A man has pleaded guilty to lighting a fire that gutted a Canowindra home last Friday.

FORBES: Former Bathurst St Pat’s playmaker Tim Holman has signed a contract to join the Forbes Magpies for the 2015 Group 11 rugby league season.

NYNGAN: Henry Parry winner of the 2014 Valvoline Street Machine Of The Year award with his FB Holden, known as Old Love. Photo: Street Machine

NYNGAN: Back: Sensei Matt March, Sempai Nick Owens. Front: Syed Rayyan-Ul-Hassan Noor, Alex Palmer and Charlie Garment.

DUBBO: Li-Jen Wong said she is glad she chose to move to Dubbo this year after living in metropolitan cities, Kuala Lumpur and Sydney for the first 23 years of her life. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE

DUBBO: An overjoyed Rachel Mills has been reunited with her parrot Bazil, who went missing at the weekend.

DUBBO: Priceline Pharmacy partner Mark Rugendyke with his new machine that sorts, stores and dispenses presriptio medicine with 100 per cent accuracy. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE

DUBBO: Jordan Robb in action at a recent rodeo. He was thrown from a bull during a competition in Armidale on Saturday and is a quadriplegic.Photo: RUTH EGAN – R.L.G IMAGES

DUBBO: Leila Kirkness, 18, produced the series of drawings titled Dreams, nightmares, love, sacrifice and coming of age as her major work for visual arts. She has been nominated for ArtExpress.

DUBBO: Rod Hannifey was once told he would never find a truck company that would be willing to provide him with trailers that promote road safety

DUBBO: Katrina Taunton and Jess Hammonds are holding a Pink Ribbon fundraiser.

DUBBO: Steven Hornby, Leonnie McGrath and Deanne Prout showing off their moustaches. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE

DUBBO: John Walkom and Peter Flude at the opening of stage one of the Macquarie View estate. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE.

DUBBO: BACK: Virginia Morley, Edan Fahy, Jenna Pring, Grace Lambert, Lauren Lambert, Spencer Simcox, Heidi Spatt, Saxon Scott, Liam Hopkin-Davies, Amanda Hopkin-Davies, The Honourable Linda Burney, Malia Paing. FRONT: Lucius Morley-Pavco, Katrina MacLeod, Oscar MacLeod and Country Labor candidate Stephen Lawrence. Photo: GREG KEEN

DUBBO: The Dubbo Regional Theatre and Convention Centre’s 2015 launch. Photo: GREG KEEN

NARROMINE: Emergency services rushed to the scene of a fire on Monday evening. These horses ran away from the flames. Photo: GRACE RYAN

WELLINGTON: Twenty women took part in the Wellington Women with Flair workshop.

WESTERN NSW: Honey Bee and Pollination R&D Program researcher, James Kershaw

BATHURST: Ramya Ranaweera can’t thank everyone enough for bringing her children to Australia. Ms Ranaweera came to Australia from Sri Lanka to study a Bachelor of Nursing at Charles Sturt University. From left, St Philomena’s principal James Farr with Shenal Breden, Deina Shenoni and Ramya Ranaweera. Photo PHILL MURRAY 111914pstphils

BATHURST: Denison College of Secondary Education principal Craig Petersen, Iiyama City Education Department chief Iwao Shimizu, Bathurst High principal Geoff Hastings and Iiyama-Kita High School principal Kunihiko Ninomiya at this week’s sister school signing. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK 111814csister

OBERON: Oberon man Colin Adams panning for gold with daughters Lily, three, and Brianna, nine. Photo PHILL MURRAY 111314pgold2

BATHURST: Bathurst locals took the chance to do some early Christmas shopping at Bathurst’s Biggest Expo. Photos CHRIS SEABROOK

BATHURST: Stanley Street is now temporarily closed as asbestos removal experts move in to make the area safe prior to the construction of Bathurst’s bicentennial flag staff. Photo CHRIS SEABROOK 111514cfl

BATHURST: Brian Newby looks over the rear driver’s side indicator cluster that was damaged in a Bathurst car park last week. Whoever caused the damage drove off without leaving any details. Photo CHRIS SEABROOK 11171

BATHURST: Claire Crouch and Karla McDiarmid were going goggle-eyed in Bathurst yesterday as they did the rounds of the town attempting to break a FaceMapping record. Photo BRIAN WOOD 111914karla1

LITHGOW: It was exciting for the students of Zig Zag School to be captured on television as they sung their best notes in the Cathedral chamber at Jenolan Caves.

LITHGOW: Lithgow Musical Society is in full swing with its end of year production of ‘Annie’.

LITHGOW: The Lithgow Men’s Shed has generously supplied the Three Tree Lodge nursing home with a hand-crafted Christmas sleigh for their coming Christmas raffles.

MUDGEE: Adam Spencer talks about the number 4 during his unexpected visit to Mudgee High School.

MUDGEE: Any passers-by on Lions Drive, Mudgee, who are curious about the shipping containers on the bend at the eastern end, can now know that they are the basis of a new café gallery.

MUDGEE: These Year 6 students from Mudgee Public and Cudgegong Valley, were among those at the Orientation Day at Mudgee High School last Thursday.

OBERON: A total of 20,000 rainbow trout fingerlings were put into Lake Oberon and reaches of the Fish River this week as part of an ongoing program attempting to rid the lake of redfin.

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The week that was around the region | Photos PARKES: A potentially dangerous grass fire was quickly brought under control in Lorking Street on Tuesday afternoon without any damage to property.
Nanjing Night Net

ORANGE: After abandoning plans to exhibit a super-sized replica of an Akubra hat, Orange City Council members are now on a mission to secure a four-storey-high aluminium sculpture by Blue Mountains artist Terrance Plowright.

COWRA: Australia’s foremost Aboriginal dance troupe is celebrating 25 years – and two Cowra High School students will celebrate among them. Jesse Murray and Imajen James will perform alongside the Bangarra Dance Theatre group.

ORANGE: After losing two of his close friends in drink-driving accidents, Hotel Orange licensee Alex Savage made a decision to do all he could to stop others from dying the same way.

FORBES: About 500 people marched in last year’s White Ribbon Day community march and Forbes Domestic Violence committee hope to see more this year.

PARKES: The Mitchell Conservatorium has had teachers and students in Parkes for years but now has a home – beautiful new studios located in Currajong Street.

ORANGE: A Glenroi resident says it’s time parents took responsibility for their young children who walk the streets at night lighting fires, taking drugs and threatening residents.

BLAYNEY: A Multi-million dollar initiative coming out of Blayney will mean thousands of hampers are delivered across Australia this Christmas. In a deal struck between Blayney Foods and the Hamper King organisation, packing is now underway ahead of the festive season.

ORANGE: Mackenzie and Cooper Caffin with their father Grant Caffin, will be one of the hundreds of families donating to Kmart Orange’s Wishing Tree Appeal this year. Photo: ALEXANDRA KING 1115akwishingtree

COWRA: They’re the generation with the biggest buying power; and now baby boomers are getting their very own festival right here in Cowra. Nerallie and Stephen Cheney are bringing the first-ever Baby Boomers Festival to town next February.

FORBES: Thomas Haynes has recently returned from a week-long concert tour of the Riverina as part of the Riverina Combined Public Schools Band.

PARKES: The Parkes Under 13 girls indoor hockey team participated in the NSW Indoor Hockey State Championships at Tamworth. The team consisted of India Draper, Peta Fagan, Gracey Jones (goalkeeper), Savanah Draper, Lori Ross, Hannah Blunt and Jordan Fagan.

ORANGE: Margaret Bastick would like to thank those who have shared their experiences to compile a history of the Catholic parish of Orange, in a book to be launched on Friday at the sesquicentenary celebrations. Photo: STEVE GOSCH1116catholic

CANOWINDRA: A man has pleaded guilty to lighting a fire that gutted a Canowindra home last Friday.

FORBES: Former Bathurst St Pat’s playmaker Tim Holman has signed a contract to join the Forbes Magpies for the 2015 Group 11 rugby league season.

NYNGAN: Henry Parry winner of the 2014 Valvoline Street Machine Of The Year award with his FB Holden, known as Old Love. Photo: Street Machine

NYNGAN: Back: Sensei Matt March, Sempai Nick Owens. Front: Syed Rayyan-Ul-Hassan Noor, Alex Palmer and Charlie Garment.

DUBBO: Li-Jen Wong said she is glad she chose to move to Dubbo this year after living in metropolitan cities, Kuala Lumpur and Sydney for the first 23 years of her life. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE

DUBBO: An overjoyed Rachel Mills has been reunited with her parrot Bazil, who went missing at the weekend.

DUBBO: Priceline Pharmacy partner Mark Rugendyke with his new machine that sorts, stores and dispenses presriptio medicine with 100 per cent accuracy. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE

DUBBO: Jordan Robb in action at a recent rodeo. He was thrown from a bull during a competition in Armidale on Saturday and is a quadriplegic.Photo: RUTH EGAN – R.L.G IMAGES

DUBBO: Leila Kirkness, 18, produced the series of drawings titled Dreams, nightmares, love, sacrifice and coming of age as her major work for visual arts. She has been nominated for ArtExpress.

DUBBO: Rod Hannifey was once told he would never find a truck company that would be willing to provide him with trailers that promote road safety

DUBBO: Katrina Taunton and Jess Hammonds are holding a Pink Ribbon fundraiser.

DUBBO: Steven Hornby, Leonnie McGrath and Deanne Prout showing off their moustaches. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE

DUBBO: John Walkom and Peter Flude at the opening of stage one of the Macquarie View estate. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE.

DUBBO: BACK: Virginia Morley, Edan Fahy, Jenna Pring, Grace Lambert, Lauren Lambert, Spencer Simcox, Heidi Spatt, Saxon Scott, Liam Hopkin-Davies, Amanda Hopkin-Davies, The Honourable Linda Burney, Malia Paing. FRONT: Lucius Morley-Pavco, Katrina MacLeod, Oscar MacLeod and Country Labor candidate Stephen Lawrence. Photo: GREG KEEN

DUBBO: The Dubbo Regional Theatre and Convention Centre’s 2015 launch. Photo: GREG KEEN

NARROMINE: Emergency services rushed to the scene of a fire on Monday evening. These horses ran away from the flames. Photo: GRACE RYAN

WELLINGTON: Twenty women took part in the Wellington Women with Flair workshop.

WESTERN NSW: Honey Bee and Pollination R&D Program researcher, James Kershaw

BATHURST: Ramya Ranaweera can’t thank everyone enough for bringing her children to Australia. Ms Ranaweera came to Australia from Sri Lanka to study a Bachelor of Nursing at Charles Sturt University. From left, St Philomena’s principal James Farr with Shenal Breden, Deina Shenoni and Ramya Ranaweera. Photo PHILL MURRAY 111914pstphils

BATHURST: Denison College of Secondary Education principal Craig Petersen, Iiyama City Education Department chief Iwao Shimizu, Bathurst High principal Geoff Hastings and Iiyama-Kita High School principal Kunihiko Ninomiya at this week’s sister school signing. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK 111814csister

OBERON: Oberon man Colin Adams panning for gold with daughters Lily, three, and Brianna, nine. Photo PHILL MURRAY 111314pgold2

BATHURST: Bathurst locals took the chance to do some early Christmas shopping at Bathurst’s Biggest Expo. Photos CHRIS SEABROOK

BATHURST: Stanley Street is now temporarily closed as asbestos removal experts move in to make the area safe prior to the construction of Bathurst’s bicentennial flag staff. Photo CHRIS SEABROOK 111514cfl

BATHURST: Brian Newby looks over the rear driver’s side indicator cluster that was damaged in a Bathurst car park last week. Whoever caused the damage drove off without leaving any details. Photo CHRIS SEABROOK 11171

BATHURST: Claire Crouch and Karla McDiarmid were going goggle-eyed in Bathurst yesterday as they did the rounds of the town attempting to break a FaceMapping record. Photo BRIAN WOOD 111914karla1

LITHGOW: It was exciting for the students of Zig Zag School to be captured on television as they sung their best notes in the Cathedral chamber at Jenolan Caves.

LITHGOW: Lithgow Musical Society is in full swing with its end of year production of ‘Annie’.

LITHGOW: The Lithgow Men’s Shed has generously supplied the Three Tree Lodge nursing home with a hand-crafted Christmas sleigh for their coming Christmas raffles.

MUDGEE: Adam Spencer talks about the number 4 during his unexpected visit to Mudgee High School.

MUDGEE: Any passers-by on Lions Drive, Mudgee, who are curious about the shipping containers on the bend at the eastern end, can now know that they are the basis of a new café gallery.

MUDGEE: These Year 6 students from Mudgee Public and Cudgegong Valley, were among those at the Orientation Day at Mudgee High School last Thursday.

OBERON: A total of 20,000 rainbow trout fingerlings were put into Lake Oberon and reaches of the Fish River this week as part of an ongoing program attempting to rid the lake of redfin.

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The week that was around the region | Photos PARKES: A potentially dangerous grass fire was quickly brought under control in Lorking Street on Tuesday afternoon without any damage to property.
Nanjing Night Net

ORANGE: After abandoning plans to exhibit a super-sized replica of an Akubra hat, Orange City Council members are now on a mission to secure a four-storey-high aluminium sculpture by Blue Mountains artist Terrance Plowright.

COWRA: Australia’s foremost Aboriginal dance troupe is celebrating 25 years – and two Cowra High School students will celebrate among them. Jesse Murray and Imajen James will perform alongside the Bangarra Dance Theatre group.

ORANGE: After losing two of his close friends in drink-driving accidents, Hotel Orange licensee Alex Savage made a decision to do all he could to stop others from dying the same way.

FORBES: About 500 people marched in last year’s White Ribbon Day community march and Forbes Domestic Violence committee hope to see more this year.

PARKES: The Mitchell Conservatorium has had teachers and students in Parkes for years but now has a home – beautiful new studios located in Currajong Street.

ORANGE: A Glenroi resident says it’s time parents took responsibility for their young children who walk the streets at night lighting fires, taking drugs and threatening residents.

BLAYNEY: A Multi-million dollar initiative coming out of Blayney will mean thousands of hampers are delivered across Australia this Christmas. In a deal struck between Blayney Foods and the Hamper King organisation, packing is now underway ahead of the festive season.

ORANGE: Mackenzie and Cooper Caffin with their father Grant Caffin, will be one of the hundreds of families donating to Kmart Orange’s Wishing Tree Appeal this year. Photo: ALEXANDRA KING 1115akwishingtree

COWRA: They’re the generation with the biggest buying power; and now baby boomers are getting their very own festival right here in Cowra. Nerallie and Stephen Cheney are bringing the first-ever Baby Boomers Festival to town next February.

FORBES: Thomas Haynes has recently returned from a week-long concert tour of the Riverina as part of the Riverina Combined Public Schools Band.

PARKES: The Parkes Under 13 girls indoor hockey team participated in the NSW Indoor Hockey State Championships at Tamworth. The team consisted of India Draper, Peta Fagan, Gracey Jones (goalkeeper), Savanah Draper, Lori Ross, Hannah Blunt and Jordan Fagan.

ORANGE: Margaret Bastick would like to thank those who have shared their experiences to compile a history of the Catholic parish of Orange, in a book to be launched on Friday at the sesquicentenary celebrations. Photo: STEVE GOSCH1116catholic

CANOWINDRA: A man has pleaded guilty to lighting a fire that gutted a Canowindra home last Friday.

FORBES: Former Bathurst St Pat’s playmaker Tim Holman has signed a contract to join the Forbes Magpies for the 2015 Group 11 rugby league season.

NYNGAN: Henry Parry winner of the 2014 Valvoline Street Machine Of The Year award with his FB Holden, known as Old Love. Photo: Street Machine

NYNGAN: Back: Sensei Matt March, Sempai Nick Owens. Front: Syed Rayyan-Ul-Hassan Noor, Alex Palmer and Charlie Garment.

DUBBO: Li-Jen Wong said she is glad she chose to move to Dubbo this year after living in metropolitan cities, Kuala Lumpur and Sydney for the first 23 years of her life. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE

DUBBO: An overjoyed Rachel Mills has been reunited with her parrot Bazil, who went missing at the weekend.

DUBBO: Priceline Pharmacy partner Mark Rugendyke with his new machine that sorts, stores and dispenses presriptio medicine with 100 per cent accuracy. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE

DUBBO: Jordan Robb in action at a recent rodeo. He was thrown from a bull during a competition in Armidale on Saturday and is a quadriplegic.Photo: RUTH EGAN – R.L.G IMAGES

DUBBO: Leila Kirkness, 18, produced the series of drawings titled Dreams, nightmares, love, sacrifice and coming of age as her major work for visual arts. She has been nominated for ArtExpress.

DUBBO: Rod Hannifey was once told he would never find a truck company that would be willing to provide him with trailers that promote road safety

DUBBO: Katrina Taunton and Jess Hammonds are holding a Pink Ribbon fundraiser.

DUBBO: Steven Hornby, Leonnie McGrath and Deanne Prout showing off their moustaches. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE

DUBBO: John Walkom and Peter Flude at the opening of stage one of the Macquarie View estate. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE.

DUBBO: BACK: Virginia Morley, Edan Fahy, Jenna Pring, Grace Lambert, Lauren Lambert, Spencer Simcox, Heidi Spatt, Saxon Scott, Liam Hopkin-Davies, Amanda Hopkin-Davies, The Honourable Linda Burney, Malia Paing. FRONT: Lucius Morley-Pavco, Katrina MacLeod, Oscar MacLeod and Country Labor candidate Stephen Lawrence. Photo: GREG KEEN

DUBBO: The Dubbo Regional Theatre and Convention Centre’s 2015 launch. Photo: GREG KEEN

NARROMINE: Emergency services rushed to the scene of a fire on Monday evening. These horses ran away from the flames. Photo: GRACE RYAN

WELLINGTON: Twenty women took part in the Wellington Women with Flair workshop.

WESTERN NSW: Honey Bee and Pollination R&D Program researcher, James Kershaw

BATHURST: Ramya Ranaweera can’t thank everyone enough for bringing her children to Australia. Ms Ranaweera came to Australia from Sri Lanka to study a Bachelor of Nursing at Charles Sturt University. From left, St Philomena’s principal James Farr with Shenal Breden, Deina Shenoni and Ramya Ranaweera. Photo PHILL MURRAY 111914pstphils

BATHURST: Denison College of Secondary Education principal Craig Petersen, Iiyama City Education Department chief Iwao Shimizu, Bathurst High principal Geoff Hastings and Iiyama-Kita High School principal Kunihiko Ninomiya at this week’s sister school signing. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK 111814csister

OBERON: Oberon man Colin Adams panning for gold with daughters Lily, three, and Brianna, nine. Photo PHILL MURRAY 111314pgold2

BATHURST: Bathurst locals took the chance to do some early Christmas shopping at Bathurst’s Biggest Expo. Photos CHRIS SEABROOK

BATHURST: Stanley Street is now temporarily closed as asbestos removal experts move in to make the area safe prior to the construction of Bathurst’s bicentennial flag staff. Photo CHRIS SEABROOK 111514cfl

BATHURST: Brian Newby looks over the rear driver’s side indicator cluster that was damaged in a Bathurst car park last week. Whoever caused the damage drove off without leaving any details. Photo CHRIS SEABROOK 11171

BATHURST: Claire Crouch and Karla McDiarmid were going goggle-eyed in Bathurst yesterday as they did the rounds of the town attempting to break a FaceMapping record. Photo BRIAN WOOD 111914karla1

LITHGOW: It was exciting for the students of Zig Zag School to be captured on television as they sung their best notes in the Cathedral chamber at Jenolan Caves.

LITHGOW: Lithgow Musical Society is in full swing with its end of year production of ‘Annie’.

LITHGOW: The Lithgow Men’s Shed has generously supplied the Three Tree Lodge nursing home with a hand-crafted Christmas sleigh for their coming Christmas raffles.

MUDGEE: Adam Spencer talks about the number 4 during his unexpected visit to Mudgee High School.

MUDGEE: Any passers-by on Lions Drive, Mudgee, who are curious about the shipping containers on the bend at the eastern end, can now know that they are the basis of a new café gallery.

MUDGEE: These Year 6 students from Mudgee Public and Cudgegong Valley, were among those at the Orientation Day at Mudgee High School last Thursday.

OBERON: A total of 20,000 rainbow trout fingerlings were put into Lake Oberon and reaches of the Fish River this week as part of an ongoing program attempting to rid the lake of redfin.

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In brief: Man assaulted and kidnapped in Prestons

Man assaulted and kidnapped in PrestonsThree men will appear in court today charged with kidnapping, extortion and assault following an incident at Prestons, on Monday.
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Police allege that at about 11am on Monday, a 50-year-old man wen to a house home in Cedar Road to complete building tasks.

It is alleged he was hit on the head from behind and lost consciousness, when he woke up he was tied up in a chair and threatened over business dealings.

He was released a short time later and attended Liverpool police station however, due to his injuries, was taken to Liverpool Hospital.

Police went back to the Cedar Road house at 1.30pm yesterday and seized a number of items, including a quantity of drugs.

They also arrested three men, aged 38, 34 and 30.

The men were later charged with kidnapping and assault offences.

The 38-year-old man was also charged for demanding money with menaces and suppling prohibited drugs.

Truck driver struck by ‘‘projectile’’ while waiting at traffic lightsA truck driver has suffered minor injuries after being struck by a ‘‘projectile’’ in Wattle Grove, last night.

About 5.10pm, the 30-year-old truck driver was sitting in his rig at traffic lights on Heathcote Road when he was struck by a pellet, shot from an air rifle.

He was taken to Liverpool Hospital, where he underwent surgery to remove the pellet from his head. He is expected to be released by tomorrow.

Liverpool police officers are investigating the incident and following inquiries, they executed a search warrant at a home on Heathcote Road, Moorebank.

Officers seized two air rifles and air gun pellets. The items will undergo forensic examination.

Liverpool detectives are speaking to a number of people, who are assisting with their inquiries.

However, they are seeking any further witnesses to the incident and urge them to come forward and contact them.

Anyone with information about these incidents is urged to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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Eliminating all violence against women focus of White Ribbon Day in Ararat

Shelley Wells, Damian Ferrari and Scott Turner place their hand prints on a banner in support of White Ribbon Day. Picture: PETER PICKERINGA COMMUNITY barbecue and a chance to add your hand to Ararat’s White Ribbon banner are just some of the free activities Ararat can take part in next Tuesday for White Ribbon Day – the United Nations International Day for the elimination of violence against women.
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Ararat White Ribbon Day walk is the first time Ararat has organised such a large event as part of this international campaign. It will take place at Alexandra Gardens at 5pm and include a walk around the lake and performances from local schools.

Ararat Police’s Senior Sergeant Damien Ferrari has been one of the main organisers of the event and hopes to see as many community members as possible support the event.

“Along with many others, I will be participating in the walk to not only offer my support to victims, but to highlight the importance of us all making a stand to prevent the despicable act of violence against women,” he said.

“I encourage others to come and participate. It’s not just the walk, but it’s the discussions that will take place and the understanding of the concept of White Ribbon Day highlighting why it is so important that we actively, as a community, take positive steps to stamp out these types of behaviours.”

With one in three women in Australia experiencing violence since the age of 15 years and violence remaining the leading cause of death, disability or injury to women aged 15 – 44 years in Victoria, violence against women remains a serious community issue.

Ararat Rural City Council is excited to be part of the event and encourages community support for the White Ribbon walk.

“White Ribbon Day is such an important international event and it is great to see such a broad range of community members, from AME Systems to local primary schools, supporting the walk,” people and culture manager, Brady Curran said.

“We hope to see as many local people as possible join us to walk against violence against women in our community and it is also a great chance for the community to use the new walking track at the lake.”

Attendees at the event will also be asked to take the White Ribbon oath to ‘never commit, excuse or remain silent about violence against women’. They will join people throughout Australia and the world who will also take the oath on the same day – White Ribbon Day.

Ararat’s White Ribbon walk has been organised by Ararat Rural City Council, Grampians Pyrenees Primary Care Partnership, CAFS, Victoria Police and Women’s Health Grampians.

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Christmas discount night to raise funds for health service aged care program

Jane Richardson and Mark Townsend.
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HARVEY Norman Ararat is hosting a Christmas Discount Night on Thursday November 27 from 6pm to support East Grampians Health Service Aged Care Auxiliary.

EGHS Aged Care president Jane Richardson said that all funds raised from ticket sales on the night will go towards developing and aiding the new Montessori method of care across 70 Lowe Street.

Tickets to attend the Christmas Night are available at $15 per person or $25 per family.

All ticket holders are automatically placed in a draw to win over $700 in gift vouchers and prizes.

“A selection of cocktail food and drinks will be provided to all who attend on the night,” Mrs Richardson said.

“All are encouraged to come along and enjoy the fantastic discounts on offer and in turn show support for our local aged care facility.”

Harvey Norman store is offering up to a massive 50 per cent off storewide.

“The discount night at Harvey Norman was such a success earlier this year, EGHS Aged Care Auxiliary decided to have another night of discounts, just in time for Christmas. We have tickets available now, please get in early,” Harvey Norman Ararat manager Mark Townsend said.

Please purchase tickets in-store at Harvey Norman, 47-49 Vincent Street or by contacting Danny Drake on 5352 9387.

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Pom pom sheep will flock to Landsborough

SHEEP, wool, art and craft will all combine for the Shaun the Sheep Pom Pom Parade in the Pyrenees next week.
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Pyrenees Presents Incorporated is bringing the Shaun the Sheep Pom Pom Parade to the Pyrenees region of Victoria, creating a large scale installation of pom pom sheep, attempting to beat the current world record and then exhibiting the results in time for the release of ‘Shaun the Sheep, The Movie’ in Australia next March.

Pyrenees Presents Incorporated is a not-for-profit community arts organisation based in Landsborough, which has been set up to promote and contribute to the arts in the Pyrenees region in the broadest possible sense.

Next Friday November 28 from 10am- 3pm, the project will be launched at the Landsborough Town Hall, where local families and individuals, schools, community groups, disability and aged care services will be attending. The day will comprise art and craft, entertainment and a shearers’ afternoon tea.

Guest speaker at the launch will be Padraic Fisher, director of the National Wool Museum, while there will also be workshops where three local arts and crafts practitioners who use wool will offer lots of activities for all to take part in. A local farmer will also being running a woolclassing workshop.

The main aim of the launch will be to begin making the many pom pom sheep for the large scale installation, and of course to bring along any that have been made already.

President of Pyrenees Presents Melissa Peacock said originally the community arts project was entitled ‘Flock’, and was created by Eden Arts in Cumbria, in the Lake Districts of England, eventually developing into the ‘Shaun the Sheep’s Pom Pom Parade’.

From 2013 – 2014 the project was developed and re-branded by a company called The Wool Room in partnership with Aardman Animations (the creators of Shaun the Sheep) and The Campaign for Wool as ‘Shaun’s Pom-Pom Parade’. Collectively the project has attempted a Guinness World Record for the largest display of handmade sheep – nearly 9000!

“I see this project becoming an excellent opportunity for the communities in the Pyrenees to be recognised on a state, national and international level, celebrating Australian wool via their sheep farming and creative communities in a project that everyone can take part in,” Ms Peacock said.

“With Shaun the Sheep’s help, maximum exposure is anticipated; thanks to their massive targeted reach, along with additional activities to help promote the 2015 movie launch.

“With the Pom Pom Sheep Parade project launching in Landsborough in the Pyrenees Region, then opened up to communities within and around the region, I see this project as a rare opportunity for all ages, abilities and people from all walks of life to be creative together.”

Ms Peacock said at the conclusion of the project, the pom pom sheep will be exhibited locally at the Ararat Regional Art Gallery from March to April next year.

“Pyrenees Presents is proud to host this project and feels it will encompass the dynamic differences that exist with regional Victoria,” she said.

“We see the pom pom sheep also presenting humour to the creators and the audience of the installation; bringing visual comedy and creative connections to quiet places.”

For more information about the launch and project, go to https://www.facebook南京夜网/pyreneespresents and https://www.facebook南京夜网/ShaunsPomPomParade, or email [email protected]南京夜网

Entry to the launch day next Friday is by gold coin donation and there will be lots of Shaun the Sheep prizes on the day.

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Throwback ThursdayNovember 1989

Throwback Thursday | November 1989 Lithgow Mercury | Throwback Thursday | November 1989. This gallery proudly brought to you by the WGEC
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Lithgow Mercury | Throwback Thursday | November 1989. This gallery proudly brought to you by the WGEC

Lithgow Mercury | Throwback Thursday | November 1989. This gallery proudly brought to you by the WGEC

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Lithgow Mercury | Throwback Thursday | November 1989. This gallery proudly brought to you by the WGEC

Lithgow Mercury | Throwback Thursday | November 1989. This gallery proudly brought to you by the WGEC

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Lithgow Mercury | Throwback Thursday | November 1989. This gallery proudly brought to you by the WGEC

Lithgow Mercury | Throwback Thursday | November 1989. This gallery proudly brought to you by the WGEC

Lithgow Mercury | Throwback Thursday | November 1989. This gallery proudly brought to you by the WGEC

Lithgow Mercury | Throwback Thursday | November 1989. This gallery proudly brought to you by the WGEC

Lithgow Mercury | Throwback Thursday | November 1989. This gallery proudly brought to you by the WGEC

Lithgow Mercury | Throwback Thursday | November 1989. This gallery proudly brought to you by the WGEC

Lithgow Mercury | Throwback Thursday | November 1989. This gallery proudly brought to you by the WGEC

Lithgow Mercury | Throwback Thursday | November 1989. This gallery proudly brought to you by the WGEC

Lithgow Mercury | Throwback Thursday | November 1989. This gallery proudly brought to you by the WGEC

Lithgow Mercury | Throwback Thursday | November 1989. This gallery proudly brought to you by the WGEC

Lithgow Mercury | Throwback Thursday | November 1989. This gallery proudly brought to you by the WGEC

Lithgow Mercury | Throwback Thursday | November 1989. This gallery proudly brought to you by the WGEC

Lithgow Mercury | Throwback Thursday | November 1989. This gallery proudly brought to you by the WGEC

Lithgow Mercury | Throwback Thursday | November 1989. This gallery proudly brought to you by the WGEC

Lithgow Mercury | Throwback Thursday | November 1989. This gallery proudly brought to you by the WGEC

Lithgow Mercury | Throwback Thursday | November 1989. This gallery proudly brought to you by the WGEC

Lithgow Mercury | Throwback Thursday | November 1989. This gallery proudly brought to you by the WGEC

Lithgow Mercury | Throwback Thursday | November 1989. This gallery proudly brought to you by the WGEC

Lithgow Mercury | Throwback Thursday | November 1989. This gallery proudly brought to you by the WGEC

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