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High Tea a huge success

The wet weather on Saturday certainly didn't put a damper on the High Tea party fundraiser. The sold out event went ahead at the beautiful gardens of John and Denise Webster under the cover of the patio and marquees. The event was the major fundraiser for the relay for life team Elle’s Bells and has been much anticipated since tickets went on sale in early...

Swim season kicks off

Sally Alden Annah O’Neil-Shaw, Centre Manager at the Liverpool Plains Recreation and Swim Centres has announced the commencement of the Intensive Swim Program at the Quirindi Pool. Under the jurisdiction of the Liverpool Plains Shire Council the program offers lessons for all ages and abilities. “We also offer private and small group lessons and look forward to a great season of fun safe swimming,” said Annah. As of...

Community steps up for Public School

The grounds at Quirindi Pubic School are looking better than ever thanks to an ongoing effort from individual parents, school staff, the P&C and a range of local businesses.  A number of new shade shelters have been erected and extensive landscaping has been completed between the existing basketball and netball courts. “Our efforts this year have been very much focussed on pooling resources to make the school’s...