Monthly Archives: July 2013

Doomsday or is it?

Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC) called a meeting of business owners last night after concerns about that state of the local economy.
LPSC general manager Robert Hunt said the meeting was called after a number of business owners commented that things were not going well.
“There are a number of vacancies in the main street of Quirindi and we wanted to bring business owners together...

Quirindi Three Day Event

With the final horse inspection over, and all horses presented accepted, the final phase of competition began at the Quirindi 3DE today. The show jumping tracks built by Greg Backhouse, a course designer from Tamworth, had a big effect on the final places in the star classes and jumping in reverse order had the dual effect of putting pressure on the leaders to jump clear...

Maules Creek mine approval

By Sally Alden Last Thursday, Whitehaven coal told shareholders it had received final approval for its Maules Creek open-cut operation, one of the biggest mines in NSW. The resource extraction company said it would start construction on its $767-million Maules Creek project after approval to develop the opencut mine. "Throughout the three-year approval phase, our project development team has developed an extremely comprehensive project delivery strategy, which...