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126556_15Bruce Maclaren with the rebuilt factory. 127722 Picture: DONNA OATESroad worksFrom rear, Outlook chief executive officer Tony Fitzgerald, Outlook Environmental Business manager Ross Cheesewright.
From front left, Member for Gembrook Brad Battin, Minister Ryan Smith and Outlook president Edwin Hume with the plans. 
Picture: DONNA OATESLocal band Midnight Alibi's James Oswald , Jake Collins, Jamie Stacey, and Dan Klappert agree the Border's music scene is thriving, but it still remains behind closed doors. 127455_01 Picture: ADAM WILSONInaugural NSW SES Young Volunteer of the Year winner Shirley Heap, pictured with Northern Tablelands MP Adam Marshall and her parents Sue and Stuart Heap at the awards presentation ceremony.Light Horse  descendants Christine Wells and Katelyn Wells with Clfford Skinner of the Light Horse Troop.

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