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Top Fitness Trends of 2019 Revealed

Top Fitness Trends of 2019 Revealed

Are You Ready To Get Physical?

As every year passes, trends involving fitness training change. And as 2019 continues it is clear that a new set of fitness training trends are set to explode.

People who never would have dared to say the word 'fitness' are now jumping onboard thanks to the following exciting fitness trends of 2019.

Thursday, August 08, 2019/Author: Julian Parsons/Number of views (226)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: 5.0
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Local News

NSW cotton grower faces more charges over water pumped from Barwon river Friday, May 24, 20190

NSW cotton grower faces more charges over water pumped from Barwon river

The New South Wales regulator has laid more charges against one of the state’s biggest cotton growers, Peter Harris, alleging that...
NSW towns including Dubbo and Tamworth face water emergency within months Friday, May 24, 20190

NSW towns including Dubbo and Tamworth face water emergency within months

Towns in western and central New South Wales, including Dubbo, Nyngan, Cobar, Walgett and Tamworth, are facing a crisis in their water supplies...
Boggabri woman walking 50km for MS research Friday, May 24, 20190

Boggabri woman walking 50km for MS research

A Boggabri woman is helping to kiss multiple-sclerosis (MS) disease goodbye by walking 50km to support a mother figure of hers. Twenty-two year...
Boggari woman nominated for National Volunteer Week award Friday, May 24, 20190

Boggari woman nominated for National Volunteer Week award

Boggabri's Nellie Lincoln is among eight nominees in line for a National Volunteer Week award. Ms Lincoln was nominated for the time and...
Crash Near Wee Waa Thursday, May 23, 20190

Crash Near Wee Waa

🚨CRASH NEAR WEE WAA🚨 The Kamilaroi Highway between Wee Waa and Narrabri is affected in both directions following a crash. The region's...
Central North Rugby: Sam Kahl joins brother Daniel and father James as Blue Boars centurion Thursday, May 23, 20190

Central North Rugby: Sam Kahl joins brother Daniel and father James as Blue Boars centurion

Playing 100 games for a club is a special milestone and for Narrabri's James, Daniel and Sam Kahl it is an honour they now all...
Wee Waa local John Burgess (John Burgess Photography) has raised an incredible $9,121for Mental Health Tuesday, May 21, 20190

Wee Waa local John Burgess (John Burgess Photography) has raised an incredible $9,121for Mental Health

Wee Waa local John Burgess (John Burgess Photography) has raised an incredible $9,121 for the CRRMH by creating and selling the Cotton Country...
Name Change for WALGETT Doctors Surgery Saturday, May 18, 20190

Name Change for WALGETT Doctors Surgery

Biosecurity officer Saturday, May 18, 20190

Biosecurity officer

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Rural News

GOVERNMENT VOTES AGAINST PROVIDING REAL DROUGHT SUPPORT Wednesday, August 21, 20190

GOVERNMENT VOTES AGAINST PROVIDING REAL DROUGHT SUPPORT

The Shooters Fishers and Farmers Party put on the table in Parliament a drought package that would provide real support to farmers and farming...

Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Riverina canola crops look good, but fuel light on

Canola crops in the Riverina look in great condition, but there is precious little moisture remaining. Will farmers cut them for hay?

Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Money pit: NSW's $262m Shenhua deal a coal dud

Government's use of taxpayer money questioned as new documents show Shenhua didn't want the exploration licence area NSW paid for.

Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Grassed up Gundoo sold at auction

The 16,594 hectare Isisford property Gundoo has sold at an Elders auction for $3.4 million.

Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Bayer sells its Animal Health business to Elanco for $7.6m

Elanco to become world's second largest animal health company.

Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Bayer sells Animal Health business to Elanco for $7.6b

Elanco to become world's second largest animal health company.

Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Plant biosecurity takes focus at symposium | PHOTOS

The Plant Biosecurity Research Symposium was held in Brisbane last week.

Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Inland Rail funds on offer for locals to build their businesses

Federal government will pay the cost of preparing funding pitches for new road and rail freight links to the Inland Rail.

Tuesday, August 20, 2019

From dust storms to floods in just four hours

Victoria is the smallest mainland state, but there is still a wild variance in seasonal conditions from dust storms to waterlogging.
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Political News

GOVERNMENT VOTES AGAINST PROVIDING REAL DROUGHT SUPPORT Wednesday, August 21, 20190

GOVERNMENT VOTES AGAINST PROVIDING REAL DROUGHT SUPPORT

The Shooters Fishers and Farmers Party put on the table in Parliament a drought package that would provide real support to farmers and farming...
Broken Hill pipeline business case should never have been kept from the public Thursday, August 15, 20190

Broken Hill pipeline business case should never have been kept from the public

“This business case should never have been kept from the public,” says Barwon MP Roy Butler.  Today after a three-year battle,...
LIBERAL-NATIONAL GOVERNMENT DENIES OPPORTUNITY FOR ROYAL COMMISSION INTO MURRAY-DARLING BASIN PLAN Thursday, August 08, 20190

LIBERAL-NATIONAL GOVERNMENT DENIES OPPORTUNITY FOR ROYAL COMMISSION INTO MURRAY-DARLING BASIN PLAN

The Liberal-National Government has denied regional communities the opportunity for transparency, voting down a motion for a Royal Commission into...
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Local Events

Walgett and District Garden Club - First Club Day

Published on Thursday, May 30, 2019

Walgett and District Garden Club - First Club Day

Event date: 6/22/2019 Export event

Our First Club Day!! Join the W&D Garden Club on Saturday, 22 June from 10AM @ 1136 Come By Chance Road. A BIG THANK YOU to our President Paul Duncan for hosting us! BYO: plate, chair and cutting to swap.

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