Monthly Archives: April 2014

Willow Tree store to close

Sally Alden This week owners and operators of the Willow Tree General Store, Therese and Daryl Rawson confirmed to the Quirindi Advocate they would be closing the business at the end of the financial year. “We’ve been operating the store for ten years… it’s been for sale for some time, however we’ve been unable to find a suitable buyer so we’ve opted to close the doors,” commented...

Illegal dumping of asbestos real cause for concern

Mayor of Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC), Councillor Ian Lobsey OAM, says Council is disappointed that there are still people illegally dumping rubbish and has greater cause for concern following a recent incident where asbestos was illegally dumped. “LPSC has undertaken several campaigns to warn people that illegal dumping is a crime and can attract significant penalties. Late last year we also highlighted the dangers of...

Willow Tree Public School Buy a bale day

WOW! What a fantastic day we all had on Wednesday April 2, as we gathered with students, staff and parents from Wallabadah Public School to raise funds for the Buy a Bale Campaign. Fantastic community support and spirit was shown as parents and grandparents from our school also joined us to raise funds for this worthy cause. The day commenced with students participating in rotational activities,...