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Unique music-media mash up at Settlers Tavern

Catch a unique musical experience at Settlers Tavern this week as DJ NDORSE arrives in town. NDORSE is an audio visual DJ who mixes motion graphics scattered with pop culture and internet memes to his own unique brand of bootleg bangers. His vast love of film and music provides the perfect
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Firefighters show off their skills with training simulator van

While it may have looked like a regular semi trailer, fold out stairs on the side of the truck were entry to a mock granny flat where Nyngan firefighters got a chance to show off their skills. Firefighters from Nyngan Fire and Rescue NSW brushed up their skills in a training night on July 1. Before going into the simulator, the firefighters went through some theory,
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South West fall short in Landmark title tilt

An admirable opening day wasn't enough for the South West to overcome a pair of shock losses on day two of the Landmark Country Football Championships, as they fell short of defending their crown to finish third at the 2019 campaign over the weekend. A premiership defence loomed likely on day one, however, with the South West off to a flying start with victories over
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South West women wanted for new regional community dance project

South West women are being asked to try something new and take part in a community dance project calling for the end of violence against women. Nationally recognised choreographer Annette Carmichael is on the search for 200 women to create her next large-scale dance performance, Chorus. Chorus will bring together women from Mandurah, Bunbury, Denmark, Ravensthorpe, Perth
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Moon a stepping stone to the universe

Fifty years after Apollo 11, NASA is working to land astronauts on the Moon again in the next decade. "Our goal 50 years ago was to prove we could land humans on the Moon and return them safely to Earth," NASA's Deputy Associate Administrator for Space Communications and Navigation, Badri Younes, said during a recent visit to Australia. "Our goal now is to return to
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Down under ready to find its space in the firmament

One day mid-next year an Australian-made piece of engineering will become the newest 'star' in the sky. The 30-centimetre, five-kilogram package is a tiny satellite – a 'CubeSat' – called CSIROsat-1, and it's an example of how the space industry is changing. CSIROsat-1 will take less than two years to build and cost around a million dollars, a
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Students thank Nyngan MPS staff and residents

Two Dubbo TAFE students are thanking the Nyngan community for their support during their work placement. Dana and Sarah would like to thank the staff and residents at the Nyngan Multi Purpose Service Centre for their support during their three week work placement. The pair are currently studying a diploma of nursing through Dubbo TAFE and were in Nyngan for three weeks of
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Locals join fight against invasive arum lily

Landholders across the Margaret River region are closing in on the invasive arum lily, with hundreds of properties and thousands of hectares treated and an open invite for everyone to join a newly-launched State Government-funded control effort. With $340,360 in funding from the WA Government's State Natural Resource Management Program, the Arum Lily Blitz is bringing