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Whitby sinks the boot

WESTON Whitby booted five goals as the New England Nomads ran riot against Narrabri in the Tamworth AFL season opener on Saturday. A strong opening...

Show of strength

ARMIDALE’S football clubs flexed their muscle in the Northern Inland Premier League on Saturday, with all four clubs scoring wins. As the two conferences crossed...

New faces on the beat

By MATT NICHOLLS LONG gone are the days when men and women head straight to the police academy from high school. To be admitted into the...

No guts, no glory

By MATT NICHOLLS COLLEGE rugby sides St Albert’s and Robb will go into Saturday’s grudge match in good form after gutsy victories on the weekend. Albies...

Flasher in court

In brief AN ARMIDALE man facing obscene exposure charges faced court for the first time on Monday. John Daniel Munro, 18, pleaded not guilty wilful and...

100 candles for new girl in town

ONE of Armidale’s newest, yet oldest residents celebrated her 100th bithday in style last week. Mae Brown had a party thrown for her at Autumn...

Principal returning to PLC

CONFIDENCE in PLC Armidale’s future has forced a restructure at the top. From next year, the Presbyterian College Council will appoint a principal at the...

Health on the agenda

In brief A TWO-DAY health expo for seniors will be held in Armidale at the end of the month. Active Ageing will bring together community services...

Never forgotten

By MATT NICHOLLS IT TOOK just three minutes for The Armidale School’s senior prefect Benjamin Mulligan to read out the names of the 103 former...

The good word on Shakespeare

By BARBARA ALBURY CELEBRATING birthdays is a wonderful opportunity to resurrect great figures of literature and enter their world. Alex Robson’s A Short Guide to...

Display has region in focus

FIVE of Armidale’s most respective photographers put their works on display at the New England Regional Art Musuem last week as part of a...

Young guns take the next step

THREE of Armidale’s brightest prospects have been selected in the prestigious Cricket NSW Academy for the Central North Zone. Just three under-14s players were selected...

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