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5 Important Benefits Of Choosing A Gluten-Free Diet

5 Important Benefits Of Choosing A Gluten-Free Diet

Ever wondered what the fuss was about the gluten-free diet?

There's actually a variety of health benefits to be had from eliminating gluten from your diet.

From increased energy levels to greater digestive comfort. There's plenty more that come with this great health move!

Tuesday, November 26, 2019/Author: Julian Parsons/Number of views (450)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: 5.0
Five Reasons You Need To Consider Travel Insurance

Five Reasons You Need To Consider Travel Insurance

Whether you travel frequently or rarely, travel insurance is one of your most valuable expense especially for the inexperienced.

Travel insurance can be beneficial for various reasons, especially if you're travelling to an unfamiliar destination. 

Without travel insurance, disruptions to your trip can end up costing you a fortune.

Insurance ensures that in any circumstance, you are covered and here's five things to help prove it to you.

Thursday, November 07, 2019/Author: Julian Parsons/Number of views (934)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: 5.0
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Wee Waa Long Table Weave – 17th December, 2019 Friday, December 06, 20190

Wee Waa Long Table Weave – 17th December, 2019

All Wee Waa and surrounding area residents are invited to attend the upcoming Wee Waa Long Table Weave event on the 17th December 2019 held...
5 Important Benefits Of Choosing A Gluten-Free Diet Tuesday, November 26, 20190

5 Important Benefits Of Choosing A Gluten-Free Diet

Ever wondered what the fuss was about the gluten-free diet? There's actually a variety of health benefits to be had from eliminating gluten...
Five Reasons You Need To Consider Travel Insurance Thursday, November 07, 20190

Five Reasons You Need To Consider Travel Insurance

Whether you travel frequently or rarely, travel insurance is one of your most valuable expense especially for the inexperienced. Travel...
Stop Stuffing Around Bureaucrats and Provide Real Drought Funding Thursday, November 07, 20190

Stop Stuffing Around Bureaucrats and Provide Real Drought Funding

“It’s disappointing that the Government has decided to shuffle public service positions, and spend more money creating new offices...
Moving Made Easy: Packing Tips For Your Next Moving Day Friday, October 18, 20190

Moving Made Easy: Packing Tips For Your Next Moving Day

Moving home can be quite a frustrating task, especially if you've accumulated a lot of items over-time. When it comes to packing everything...
Dylan Smith U17 National Cricket Championships🏏 congrats on your efforts. The Raffle Results Monday, October 14, 20190

Dylan Smith U17 National Cricket Championships🏏 congrats on your efforts. The Raffle Results

Dylan Smith U17 National Cricket Championships🏏

⭐️Raffle Winners Announcement⭐️

Kindly drawn by Roxanne Bushby Whitton😊

Migration roundtable to address skills shortage Thursday, October 03, 20190

Migration roundtable to address skills shortage

RDA Orana will host a two-day discussion focussed on migration as part of the organisation’s commitment to regional workforce...
Walgett Memorial Pool Now Open Thursday, October 03, 20190

Walgett Memorial Pool Now Open

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Rural News

Ethical animal welfare to build confidence in agriculture

Author: SuperUser Account/Monday, April 08, 2019/Categories: Rural News

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Political News

Stop Stuffing Around Bureaucrats and Provide Real Drought Funding Thursday, November 07, 20190

Stop Stuffing Around Bureaucrats and Provide Real Drought Funding

“It’s disappointing that the Government has decided to shuffle public service positions, and spend more money creating new offices...
Barwon MP fighting for desperately needed drug rehabilitation centres in western NSW Wednesday, September 25, 20190

Barwon MP fighting for desperately needed drug rehabilitation centres in western NSW

Member for Barwon, Roy Butler is calling on the NSW Government to take action and establish more residential rehabilitation centres in the west of...
Member for Barwon calls for immediate independent audit of Rural and Regional Public Hospitals Tuesday, September 10, 20190

Member for Barwon calls for immediate independent audit of Rural and Regional Public Hospitals

Barwon MP Roy Butler has renewed his party’s call for an independent audit of rural and regional public hospital services and...
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26

Mar

2020

Coonamble Challenge and Campdraft

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23

Apr

2020

Boggabri Arts and Crafts Exhibition

Boggabri

Author: Kate

The exhibition will be open to the public daily from 9am – 3pm and will include displays of a range of art types including sculptures, wood/metal, pottery, quilting, photography, oils and acrylics paintings as well as other medias.

For more information contact Donna on 6743 4370 or boggabribcpa@gmail.com

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24

Apr

2020

BOGGABRI Drovers Campfire

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Apr

2020

Drovers Campfire Weekend

Author: Kate

Drovers Campfire Weekend April 26th to April 28th
Do you have a caravan, motor home, camper, 4 x 4, ute, tent or swag? Then get ready for the annual Boggabri Drovers Campfire Weekend. Held at Boggabri Showgrounds it is a weekend of campfires, delicious camp oven meals, whip cracking, shearing demonstrations, tours to local attractions, an antique machinery display, local craft and markets

More information on their website  http://www.droverscampfire.com.au/

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May

2020

Narrabri Show 2020

Narrabri Show 2020

May 1, 2020 @ 8:00 am - May 3, 2020 @ 5:00 pm

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15

May

2020

Wee Waa Show Society claim date for the 2020 May Show.

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17

May

2020

Variety Bash visiting ROWENA and Gwabegar 2020

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18

May

2020

PHRASES & SAYINGS The Etymology of the City of London - Alan Read

Monday 18 May

The English language is rich in idioms, phrases and sayings which are part of every-day speech, yet seldom do we consider the origin of their meanings. This is an exploration of historical etymology, most often traceable to the City of London. Even if you have to ‘rob Peter to pay Paul’ and it’s ‘raining cats and dogs’ on Monday night, you’d be ‘barking mad’ to miss this lecture!

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15

Jun

2020

DIRT, DUST & DISCOVERY - Charlotte Nattey

Monday 15 June, 2020

From a shaky start in the new penal colony, the discovery of gold in Australia in the 19th Century led to great prosperity, wealth and, of course, population growth. The distinct and often unique jewellery that was created from our Australian goldfields is a fascinating part of our history. It is now highly sought after both here and overseas. Were the streets of Kalgoorlie really paved in gold?

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10

Jul

2020

Narrabri Polocrosse Weekend

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13

Jul

2020

DRESS DETECTIVE Miss Fisher’s Wardrobe - Kate Strasdin

Monday 13 July, 2020

The phenomenal success of Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries has a great deal to do with the aesthetic of the TV show – 1920s Melbourne and a glamourous protagonist! This lecture looks at the dress in the 1920s, the designers who were influencing the style and the developments that were changing the way people thought about clothes. It is also a look behind the scenes, creating Phryne Fisher’s world and the flapper style so synonymous with the decade. It was a period that began to embrace sportswear, leisurewear, shortened hems as well as outrageous parties. It also looks at menswear of the period and the changes that were beginning to take place within the masculine wardrobe.

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29

Jul

2020

Lightning Ridge Opal and Gem Festival

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17

Aug

2020

PACKING UP THE NATION - Caroline Shenton

Monday 17 August, 2020

This is the gripping and sometimes hilarious story of how a band of heroic curators and eccentric custodians saved Britain’s national heritage during their Darkest Hour. As Hitler’s forces gathered on the other side of the Channel to threaten the UK, men and women from London’s national museums, galleries and archives forged extraordinary plans to evacuate their collections to safety. Utilising country houses from Buckinghamshire to Cumbria, tube tunnels, Welsh mines and Wiltshire quarries, a team of unlikely heroes packed up their greatest treasures in a race against time. It was the sweltering summer of 1939.

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28

Aug

2020

Colly Cod Classic And Carp Muster 2020

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14

Sep

2020

THE AMADEUS MYTH Mozart (1756-91) - Sandy Burnett

Monday 14 September

Classical music reached a peak of perfection in Vienna during the last three decades of the Eighteenth Century, an era in which every aristocratic household worth its salt had a Kapelle or band of musicians to keep every-one entertained. In particular, the refined musical discourse of the string quartet was held to be the highest form of musical art; the elegant interplay of its various string instruments likened by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe to “four intelligent people conversing”. In this talk, Sandy examines the perfect storm of circumstances that made this extraordinary era possible. He looks at selected excerpts of Classical elegance at its finest, and considers the remarkable figure of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, a musician rightly prized – and mythologised – as one of the greatest ever known.

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19

Oct

2020

REPIN & THE WANDERERS - Kathy McLauchlan

Monday 19 October, 2020

At the start of the 19th century, Russia was still a newcomer to Europe's art scene. This lecture talks about the rise of a group of young painters known as the Wanderers who, from the 1860s onwards, forged a new and independent route for modern art. Their leading figure, Ilya Repin, evoked the realities of life through his paintings of people and landscapes. His major works would provoke admiration and controversy, establishing him as the most significant Russian painter of his time.

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