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Each week we aim to bring you the latest rural stories that have been making news across western NSW. From shearing sheds in turmoil, to drought relief and naked farmers raising money for mental health, there is plenty happening in our region. Below are some of the stories making headlines this week. Shearing sheds in turmoil:[hhmc] Phillip Skewes. Cheeky way to
Learner drivers in Austria will no longer be able to take their theory test in Turkish, the transport ministry announced on Saturday, blaming the cost of translating the exam. Of the nearly 300,000 theory tests taken last year, only 3,631 were conducted in Turkish — or 1.2 percent of the total. The ministry, which in Austria's new coalition government