Monthly Archives: May 2014

Biggest morning tea

Sally Alden Last week, Warrah Creek Hall hosted 95 people at the communities Biggest Morning Tea annual event, raising $2,000.00 for the Cancer Council. Guest speak at the event included, Paul Gorrick, a volunteer at the Cancer Council and also a volunteer at the North West Cancer Centre. Paul spoke on the Cancer Council’s fundraising and outlined how funds raised assist cancer research, which is prolonging and...

$1 Million for community

Jared Beaman Groups within the Gunnedah Shire Council and Liverpool Plains Shire Council have received over $1 million in community grants from Shenhua Watermark. The financial contribution comes as the final round of a $5 million Watermark Community Fund dedicated to supporting a wide range of local developments since 2009. The grants were formally presented at a morning tea held in Gunnedah on May 19. Representatives from...

Quirindi basketballer’s play in PSSA state final

The strength of basketball in Quirindi continues to show with Quirindi Public School student’s Nathan Clark, Sam Brabrook and Archie Cudmore part of the North West team that were runners up at the NSW PSSA Boys Basketball State Championships held in Bathurst last week with Nathan also gaining selection in the PSSA state team. Coached by Manilla Central School’s Jono Willis, the North West team won...