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  1. James Reyne's acoustic A Crawl to Now tour on MNC March 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Wingham Chronicle

    We'll light up: When James Reyne brings his A Crawl to Now tour to the MEC on March 2, and Glasshouse March 3, 2018, we won't be downhearted as he will rip it up. Popular singer songwriter James Reyne has announced he'll take his A Crawl to Now Tour on a huge regional run from March through to May 2018, and Taree and Port Macquarie are his first stops.

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  2. Rev Brian to be recognised for SES long serviceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 16 | Wingham Chronicle

    The Reverend Brian Ford of Wingham will be honoured this weekend for 35 years of service with the NSW SES. The NSW State Emergency Service is honouring the many years of service to the community provided by local SES volunteers by conducting a long service awards ceremony this Saturday.

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  3. Two top batsmen in timely comebacks for Wingham in premier league cricketRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 16 | Manning River Times

    Wingham captain Ben Scowen hopes the return of top batsmen Ben Cole and Josh Davis for Saturday's game will help turn his side's fortunes around. THE return of two quality batsmen couldn't be more timely for Wingham in McDonalds Mid North Coast Premier League cricket.

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  4. Broken hand to sideline Taree West strike bowler indefinitelyRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 15 | Manning River Times

    TAREE West strike bowler Ryan Williams has a broken hand and is out of the Mid North Coast Premier League cricket competition indefinitely. Williams sustained the injury taking the second wicket of his hat-trick during Taree West' s stunning win over Wingham last week at the Johnny Martin Oval.

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  5. Valley Cafe nourishes the ability of its staff as it serves our communityRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 15 | Manning River Times

    Getting into the spirit: Monique Cahill with Valley Industries clients Michelle Chicken and Gavin Anderson at the 2016 Valley Cafe Christmas Day morning breakfast. Ability not disability drives the success of Valley Cafe in the heart of Taree and its contribution to our community will be showcased at the NSW Business Chamber Awards.

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  6. Jennison builds thriving business to support people with disabilities in Taree | VideoRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 15 | Manning River Times

    The words of Trent Jennison, Valley Industries chief executive officer speak to the culture of the Taree organisation that is widely acclaimed for its success in business and social enterprise. Earlier this year Valley Industries took out the 2017 Excellence in Social Enterprise Award at the NSW Business Chamber Mid North Coast Regional Business Awards at Port Macquarie, and Mr Jennison also took out the top title of 2017 Business Leader.

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  7. Kurt Lewis signs with Group 21 club Muswellbrook RamsRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 15 | Manning River Times

    FORMER representative five-eighth Kurt Lewis has been lost to Group Three Rugby League after he signed to play with Muswellbrook in the Group 21 competition. Lewis has played for Wingham for the past two seasons.

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  8. Help share a meal for Aussies in needRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 14 | Wingham Chronicle

    Helping the hungry: Woolworths' Craig Feuz, Lorraine Lowe, Amie Walker, Luke Williams, Matthew Cloak, Phil Lohse, Beau Blanch, Toni Ericson and Adam Abbott launched the appeal at the Taree store. Photo: Rob Douglas.

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  9. Chance to play for CountryRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 14 | Manning River Times

    PLAYERS in the Hasting League women's rugby league nines competition being played at Wauchope on Saturday afternoon will have the opportunity to represent Country next season. Six sides, including Taree Panthers, are contesting the open division.

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  10. Masters Taree site fight looms between Midcoast Trucks and MidCoast CouncilRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 14 | Wingham Chronicle

    Midcoast Trucks executive general manager, Steven Vorgias is considering legal options in the wake of MidCoast Council's decision to purchase the Masters site in Taree. Midcoast Trucks is "considering its legal options" in response to the MidCoast Council decision on November 2 to purchase the former Masters site on Manning River Drive in Taree.

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  11. Group Three Rugby League final to clash with Taree Cup meetingRead the original story

    Monday Nov 13 | Manning River Times

    This year the group played the final on the Saturday to avoid going against the cup. However, clubs voted at the group's annual meeting to play the game on the Sunday in 2018.

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  12. Gloucester takes time out to rememberRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 12 | Gloucester Advocate

    Remembering those who have served: Gloucester cadet Georgia Dark listens to RSL sub branch member, Dallas Heard's heart-felt words. Photo: Anne Keen Returned and Services League of Australia Gloucester sub branch held a Remembrance Day service at the Gloucester Memorial Park Cenotaph Clock Tower on Saturday, November 11. Remembrance Day has been held in Commonwealth countries since the end of the First World War to remember members of the armed forces who have died in the line of duty.

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  13. Greg Turner wins Taree Open from a star-studded fieldRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 12 | Manning River Times

    THE penultimate major event of Taree Golf Club's year, the Taree Open attracted a star-studded field of golfers vying for their name on the perpetual trophy. This year the open was a Vardon event, one of a series of such tournamentss for top golfers around the nation.

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  14. Special delivery for Cundletown MuseumRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 12 | Manning River Times

    History: The photo of "F A Peters" and "Myrl" at Haden's Wharf, 1941, which was sent to Cundletown Museum. Cundletown and Lower Manning Historical Society recently received a package in the mail containing photos taken in the area.

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  15. John Barilaro stops for lunch in Wingham while touring electorateRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 12 | Wingham Chronicle

    Food trail: Donna Carrier, Deputy Premier of New South Wales John Barilaro, Tori Stinson and Member for Myall Lakes Stephen Bromhead at Wingham's Bent on Food. The Deputy Premier of New South Wales, John Barilaro was in Wingham on Friday while touring the Myall Lakes electorate with local member Stephen Bromhead.

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  16. Wingham's stunning collapse against Taree West in premier league cricket | photosRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 12 | Manning River Times

    IT was a Remembrance Day to forget for Wingham cricketers in the Mid North Coast Premier League clash against Taree West at the Johnny Martin Oval. A hat-trick by former Wingham opening bowler Ryan Williams was the catalyst for the debacle as he captured 5./ 5 off 5.2 overs.

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  17. Bid to form Taree Old Boys Rugby League ClubRead the original story

    Saturday Nov 11 | Manning River Times

    Taree City official Scott Jacklin will convene the meeting. He understands there was an attempt to form an Old Boys club previously and this was largely unsuccessful.

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  18. New report suggests ways to combat increasing poverty in NSWRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 10 | Gloucester Advocate

    More than 9800 children are living below the poverty line in the Mid North Coast, according to a new report. New South Wales Council of Social Services have released findings of a report which aims to find ways to help alleviate poverty and inequality in the state.

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  19. Wingham scooter riders building a YouTube followingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 9 | Wingham Chronicle

    Wingham Productions features the antics of channel founders, and Taree Christian College students, Harry Lee and Finn Farland as well as friends Harry King and Wingham High School's Sam McIntosh. The teenagers have so far attracted more than 1000 subscribers to their channel with one of their videos going viral and garnering more than 30,000 views.

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  20. Video: Corey Brown confirms he will be at Manning Valley Race Club's launchRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 9 | Manning River Times

    Corey Brown at the Bushland Drive track in 2010 when the Corey Brown Pavilion was named in his honour after his first Melbourne Cup win. He'll be there on January 4 for the official launch of the Manning Valley Race Club.

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