Sunday, August 19, 2018
Saturday, August 18, 2018
Dance up a storm and kick up dust at Coonamble rain dance ball | Photos, VideoPublished
The Coonamble Raindance Ball will be held on Saturday, October 6.
History with Brian JamesPublished by Brian James
Brian James talks us through the history of one of our oldest buildings.
The rural wrap-up: Hay trucks roll into Condobolin, pubs support farmers in various waysPublished by Taylor Jurd
From Yarnup getting support, a wool classer recognised for service and a drought telethon.
Quiet! Thinking in progressPublished by Michelle Haines Thomas
Yes, libraries are great, but could everyone keep the noise down?
Everyone’s swearing, nobody gives a damnPublished by Steve Biddulph
The question is, have we reached peak blasphemy?
Forget MP soundbites, policies tell real storyPublished by Roj Amedi
Roasting a rogue senator in federal parliament counts for nothing if discriminatory gov...
The Big Dry: Episode Five of the Drought PodcastPublished by Steve Evans
Listen to the fifth installment of the Big Dry Podcast.
Friday, August 17, 2018
Flashback Friday: July/August 1998 | PhotosPublished
Check out who made the headlines.
Hay trucks roll in to Condobolin with drought relief from WA | Photos, VideoPublished by Taylor Jurd
About 1200 tonnes of hay has been dropped off at Condobolin to help 200 struggling farm...
Valerie’s busking for balesPublished
“They were so pleased with what I presented and everyone was so generous that I’ll be d...
Free recruitment masterclass in YoungPublished
The masterclasses will be presented by Dr Stacey Jenkins, a lecturer in the CSU School ...
Fair dinkum: eat up and help farmersPublished by Taylor Jurd
More than 20 pubs in western NSW have joined in Buy A Bale’s Parma for a Farmer campaign.
Watch as 23 hay trucks roll into the Central West with drought relief from WAPublished by Alex Druce
About 1200 tonnes of hay has been dropped off at Condobolin to help struggling farmers
Support shown for Bribbaree ShowPublished
Young Services Club donates $200 to Bribbaree show
Women of Influence 2018: award spurred on original winner Jan OwenPublished by Hannah Tattersall
Knife-wielding man threatens servo worker in overnight robberyPublished by Nadine Morton
Police remain on scene following midnight robbery in Orange.
No clowning: managing the imaginationPublished by John Malouff
Imagination can be powerful – for good or ill. When we imagine something, we react almo...
Woman critically injured, man charged with attempted murderPublished by Nadine Morton
A 46-year-old woman was found with a serious head injury.
Credit Union supports farmers with sausage sizzlePublished
Staff are inviting members and the community to a sausage sizzle on Friday.
Healthy habits: Young High School sets the benchmarkPublished
“It shows that it really is possible to have a healthier canteen that remains viable an...
Thursday, August 16, 2018
Forced teacher transfers suspended in drought affected areas to keep schools fully staffedPublished
The NSW Department of Education has agreed to suspend forced teacher transfers in areas...
Auxiliary thanks Donges IGAPublished
The Young Hospital auxiliary has celebrated another successful year.
Young CWA branch celebrates Poland on International DayPublished by Lyn Callaghan
Poland – what a diverse land of cultures and cuisines this fascinating land has turned ...
Wednesday, August 15, 2018
Dramatic reduction in flu cases and deaths this year for regionPublished by Nadine Morton
Do you qualify for a free flu vaccination?
Super funds are not petty cash drawersPublished by Jody Lindbeck
We have to ask why it is these people think it is so easy to spend others’ hard-earned ...
Sister Philomena Sewell says farewell after 36 years in townPublished
"I’ve stayed in Young as long as I could."
Increased fire risk due to predicted warm and windy conditionsPublished by Nadine Morton
It is vital that landholders only burn off when it is safe to do so: NSW RFS.
How culture adds colour to the big picturePublished by Rob Shaw
Surely, a person’s cultural heritage adds colour, along with their occupation, religion...
Historical Society launches DVD of first European settlersPublished
Mr James also thanked all the volunteers who helped to bring the project to fruition.