Monthly Archives: May 2014

Quirindi Polocrosse

Quirindi Polocrosse Club held their annual carnival on the weekend of May 10 and 11. The large carnival commenced with 70 teams coming to the Quirindi Racecourse travelling from as far as Tansey in Queensland and a team flying in from New Zealand to play in the A Grade Men's competition. 

Play commenced at 7.30am...

NBN rollout reaches Quirindi

Jared Beaman 6,600 homes and businesses across New South Wales, including in Quirindi and surrounding areas, will be connected up to the National Broadband Network (NBN) in the latest round of the NBN rollout strategy. The 6,600 connections will add to the 57,900 homes and businesses that already have access to the NBN, and will be spread out across areas of the Liverpool Plains, New England, Hunter...

Kamilaroi project

Sally Alden Funded by the Federal Office of Heritage and supervised by the Liverpool Plains Aboriginal Advisory Committee, the Kamilaroi A Highway and a People project was installed at the Visitor Information Centre at Willow Tree recently, with plans for an official opening during NAIDOC week during July, 2014. The Kamilaroi Highway is the only highway in Australia named after an aboriginal nation and has many items...