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Services club on board again

Services club on board again

The Australian Celtic Festival Committee has announced the Glen Innes and District Services Club as their Naming Rights ...

Greyhound ban unique

Greyhound ban unique

Northern Tablelands MP Adam Marshall has said the recent greyhound racing ban in NSW is “unique” and the ...

Council fills in sinkhole

Council fills in sinkhole

Glen Innes Severn Council has undertaken emergency works to a minor sink hole that has developed on Bourke ...

Unfinished business

Unfinished business

Former mayor Steve Toms has unfinished business and is seeking to be elected to council on September 10.

LLS welcome Kirstin

LLS welcome Kirstin

Northern Tablelands Local Land Services has welcomed the appointment of Kirstin van Riel as the new Biosecurity Support ...

Branding name re-think

Branding name re-think

The effectiveness of the Celtic country brand will be looked into by the Glen Innes Severn council after ...

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Eye on next year

Eye on next year

LOCAL Rugby league identity Barry Grob has been appointed as the new president of the Glen Innes Magpies ...

Athletes dominate

Athletes dominate

GLEN Innes High school was the dominate school at the recent North West Athletics carnival with a plethora ...

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Deepwater discovery

Deepwater discovery

After some investigation from local history buff and Deepwater devotee Tricia Stack, it was discovered that the Deepwater ...

Have your say on wind farms

Have your say on wind farms

The New South Wales government is calling for community input into their new wind energy planning framework.

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Farewell

THE Glen Innes Examiner bid farewell to its regional manager last week.

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