Western Advocate
Saturday, 15 June 2024
It comes about a week after a bridge on the road closed.
Matt Watson
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Vale Joseph Jahjah: the face of Uncle Joe's Pizza on Howick.
Amy Rees
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Joseph Jahjah on his last day at Uncle Joe's Woodfire Pizza, where the story was covered by the Western Advocate. Picture by Zenio Lapza
Sign up for a free webinar on June 19 about Kindness Factory's SEL program for schools.
Join Kindness Factory and ACM to learn more about resources available to schools to help teach kindness.
'People associate the Southern Highlands with the English countryside.'
Grace Dudley
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The Press Shop cafe in Bowral decorated in a Bridgerton theme. Picture by Briannah Devlin
NSW government announces $1.4 billion for regional schools.
Carla Mascarenhas
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NSW government says Budget shows commitment to delivering regional school infrastructure. Picture by Shutterstock
Alternating stop/slow traffic conditions are in place.
The crash site as shown by Live Traffic.
'Nobody expects that we will leave Hereford Street as it is.'
Matt Watson
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Hornets overcome nerves to grab dominant victory.
Riley Krause
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Georgia Garlick overcome a slow start to help Orange High claim victory over Bathurst High in the Astley Cup. Picture by Carla Freedman
'I'll continue to have input via the submissions process.'
Matt Watson
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One side has made a big call as the Peter McDonald Premiership resumes.
Tom Barber
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Bathurst St Pat's gun Jackson Brien will be in action at Dubbo on Sunday.
'I was confident coming into this game and knew that we'd do a job.'
Riley Krause
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Jock Selwood celebrates his first try for Orange High School in the Astley Cup. Picture by Carla Freedman
DAY TWO: All the action from the final day of Astley Cup in Orange.
Nick McGrath
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Regan Stait and Beau Hartley. Picture by Carla Freedman
Court
'When they left, she told me it's all about Reggie [Mullaly].'
Jay-Anna Sleeman
Emergency services were called at around 1pm on June 14.
Jacinta Carroll Amy Rees
Emergency services respond to Bentinck Street after car crashes into front of PRP Bathurst on June 14, 2024. Picture Jacinta Carroll
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'...there's a mutual benefit to get this moving forward.'
Nick Guthrie
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Local bank manager 'rarely' best finance option for primary producers.
Linda Mantova
The most popular baby names in Australia revealed.
Anna Houlahan
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Parents hold their newborn. Picture Shutterstock
From the The Sims to Animal Crossing, the 'Turnips' add up.
Ayden Dawkins
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Seven in 10 Aussies who play digital games agree that digital games can be educational when it comes to learning about finances. Picture by Shutterstock
Homes will be built quicker and more efficiently under a NSW budget plan that will cut red tape, drawing praise from developer groups and housing advocates.
William Ton • 2hrs ago
The NSW budget will include a $253.7 million boost to help speed up housing development approvals. (Bianca De Marchi/AAP PHOTOS)
A suite of changes to banking regulations should make it easier for customers to move to more competitive home loan and saving account offers.
Poppy Johnston • 2hrs ago
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Have dog, will travel. That's the motto of many greyhound owners
Michael Cowley
The Broken Hill Club has been rewarded with 40 TAB meetings
Michael Cowley
The Broken Hill Club has been rewarded for their hard work, commitment and success with 40 TAB meetings scheduled for 2024-25. Picture supplied
Hornets overcome nerves to grab dominant victory.
Riley Krause
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Georgia Garlick overcome a slow start to help Orange High claim victory over Bathurst High in the Astley Cup. Picture by Carla Freedman
One side has made a big call as the Peter McDonald Premiership resumes.
Tom Barber
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Bathurst St Pat's gun Jackson Brien will be in action at Dubbo on Sunday.
'I was confident coming into this game and knew that we'd do a job.'
Riley Krause
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Jock Selwood celebrates his first try for Orange High School in the Astley Cup. Picture by Carla Freedman
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Saturday, 15 June 2024

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'People associate the Southern Highlands with the English countryside.'
Grace Dudley
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She's received some smart property advice over the years.
Melissa Kehagias
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Closing bank branches are making way for homes.
Grace Dudley
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The former bank in Millthorpe NSW. Picture by Grace Dudley
The property was last sold in 2022 for $1.65 million.
Jade Lazarevic
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The Old Schoolhouse at 41 Gills Lane in Brunkerville has sold for $2.375 million. Picture supplied
'Coming together across difference feels harder than ever.'
Environmentalist and The Green Institute executive director, Tim Hollo, will be at Bathurst Library this month.
A contract with a rival sausage company has ended the winning streak of the champion hot dog eater known as 'Jaws' before he had a chance to defend his title.
Cedar Attanasio
Joey 'Jaws' Chestnut was ruled out of a hot dog eating contest over his contract with a rival brand. (AP PHOTO)
Peace, tranquility and adventure wrapped up in the comfort, service and ambience of a small luxury hotel is the experience onboard the Mekong Serenity, from Australian river cruising experts APT.
With Vivid Sydney now well underway, Samsung Electronics Australia invites everyone to experience its contribution to the magical event, and be part of a project to unite people around the world.
 'Chorus of Light' combines technology and artistry that's inspired by Samsung's Galaxy AI smart phone. Picture supplied
Here's an invitation to join the Queen Victoria on a cruise through Spain and Morocco.
Emma Brown
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Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca, Morocco. Picture Shutterstock
Abexol is a new innovative and natural solution easing joint pain and stiffness with the added benefit of improving digestive health.
Ease joint pain this winter and keep moving with Abexol, a new innovative and natural solution easing joint pain and stiffness. Picture Shutterstock
Meeting the energy need of tomorrow by training the next generation with Essential Energy's award-winning apprentice program.
Become a cable jointer, powerline worker or electrical technician with 129 apprenticeship positions available in regional, rural and remote NSW and Southern Queensland on offer for 2025. Picture supplied
'Volunteering for the Talking Newspaper is a great stepping stone.'
Rebecca Wotzko
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'We offer everything including waxing, tinting ... hairdressing.'
Alise McIntosh
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Owner of Beauty 4 U, Kaitlyn Whyte has purchased the Renaissance Hair and Body building on George Street, and transformed it into her own business. Picture by James Arrow
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Carla Freedman and Dominic Unwin
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Zaily Grum, Isabella Fotai, Eva Sidlo, Maddie Harrison, Holly Chimenti, Heidi McNeill.
Former MasterChef finalist Courtney Roulston rated the dish 5/5.
Alise McIntosh
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Bathurst RSL head chef George McFarland with former MasterChef finalist Courtney Roulston, and the dish he created for the Perfect Plate competition. Picture by James Arrow
There are deliberate, fascinating echoes of The Exorcist (1973) here.
Cris Kennedy
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It comes about a week after a bridge on the road closed.
Matt Watson
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The crash site. Picture from Live Traffic.
Sign up for a free webinar on June 19 about Kindness Factory's SEL program for schools.
Join Kindness Factory and ACM to learn more about resources available to schools to help teach kindness.
'The government needs to use a bit of imagination.'
David Ashton • 2hrs ago
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'Volunteering for the Talking Newspaper is a great stepping stone.'
Rebecca Wotzko
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Here's how Jane found herself taking to the road on Community Drive | Tuned In
We have accepted poor education outcomes for too long.
Simon Cowan, Trish Jha
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Phonics play a crucial role in early education. Picture Shutterstock
Which city does winter better?
Amy Cooper and Mal Chenu
Timeless traditions unveil the beauty of Bhutan and its people.
Lynn Gail
Why this Asian hotspot should be on everyone's bucket list
Explore some of the must-do activities of a Norwegian summer.
Monique Ceccato
Beyond the Med: 8 exciting reasons to visit this European jewel in 2024
The Sheraton Grand Mirage Resort still makes its mark in Port Douglas.
Sarah Maguire
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Cathy Adams
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Akash Arora
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Marlene Even
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Simon Christie
BYD's new electric hot hatch rival to the MG 4 has been spied testing on the streets of China with Seal 06GT branding.
Josh Nevett
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Max Davies
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The new Audi A7 Sedan has been snapped for the first time, revealing a classic shape and familiar design cues.
Josh Nevett
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James Wong
The Senior
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Therese Murray
Proposed law changes to reduce financial elder abuse.
Eileen Wood
The Standing Council of Attorneys-General is looking into changes to financial Enduring Powers of Attorney. Picture Shutterstock
Persistence has paid off for veterans golfer Rita Gounder.
Rowan Cowley
Rita Gounder is Western Sydney Region Veteran Golf Association's ladies player of the year. Picture supplied
The Land
The Parkes electorate will once again grow in size
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The massive tower's location has been revealed.
William Davis • 2hrs ago
New 5G tower planned in Orange. Picture by Jude Keogh
How to ensure your furry housemate doesn't ruin the landscaping.
Regulations: Do you know the limits in your area?
Sam Hollier
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Knowing the local rules is the first step to resolving noise issues. Picture Shutterstock
From the The Sims to Animal Crossing, the 'Turnips' add up.
Ayden Dawkins
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Seven in 10 Aussies who play digital games agree that digital games can be educational when it comes to learning about finances. Picture by Shutterstock