Monthly Archives: September 2014

Review greenlights mine

Sally Alden Last week, the Planning and Assessment Commission's review report for the Shenhua Watermark Coal Project planned for the Liverpool Plains region was released. The Commission found the mine as approvable subject to further water modelling to corroborate the predicted level of impact on water. The Planning and Assessment Commission (PAC) also stated they are satisfied that the site of the proposed mine, on the less fertile...

Supporting Legacy

Jared Beaman August 31 to September 6 was Legacy Week, an annual fundraising campaign that aimed to raise finances to assist the widows and children of Australian military personnel. Within Quirindi, local Legacy members took to the streets in order increase awareness and collect financial support for their cause. On Thursday and Friday, Legatees positioned themselves outside Quirindi Pharmacy, Furniture One and Carlo’s IGA where they sold an...

Adored and glorified

Sally Alden Quirindi burst into a hive of activity when more than 300 people attended the Sunday Mass at St Brigid’s Church. The jovial parishioners enjoyed the spring sunshine as they participated in the Parish’s triple celebrations. Visitors travelled from far and wide to offer serene and holy countenance for the celebrations, which covered 125 years of the St Brigid's Parish in Quirindi, 126 years for the...