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Licences lost by speeding motorists during long weekend police blitz

DOUBLE demerit points were no deterrent for many hundreds of motorists who were caught speeding across the region during the Easter long weekend police blitz. Hefty fines were issued to 717 motorists for speeding with some drivers losing their licence in Western NSW during Operation Tortoise. The blitz commenced on Thursday and ran across the Easter long weekend before
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Button and Diane Powellpark the school bus after three decades

After 30 years Button and Diane Powell have turned off the ignition to their school buses one last time. Two of Nyngan's long serving school bus drivers have hung up the keys to their school runs, after almost 1.5 million kilometers of driving. Mr Powell has driven the school bus to Mullengudery for nearly 30 years, with wife Mrs Powell driving her bus on the Coffils
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Button and Diane Powellpark the school bus after three decades

After 30 years Button and Diane Powell have turned off the ignition to their school buses one last time. Two of Nyngan's long serving school bus drivers have hung up the keys to their school runs, after almost 1.5 million kilometers of driving. Mr Powell has driven the school bus to Mullengudery for nearly 30 years, with wife Mrs Powell driving her bus on the Coffils
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Here are the Parkes candidates for the federal election

There are six candidates standing for the Parkes electorate in the upcoming federal election. As well as incumbent Mark Coulton from the Nationals, there is David Paull from Dundee standing for the Greens, Petrus Van Der Steen from Glen Innes standing for United Australian Party, Dubbo's Daniel Jones standing for the Liberal Democrats, Jack Ayoub from Coonabarrabran
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Here are the Parkes candidates for the federal election

There are six candidates standing for the Parkes electorate in the upcoming federal election. As well as incumbent Mark Coulton from the Nationals, there is David Paull from Dundee standing for the Greens, Petrus Van Der Steen from Glen Innes standing for United Australian Party, Dubbo's Daniel Jones standing for the Liberal Democrats, Jack Ayoub from Coonabarrabran
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Nannup Clock Tower to close this Sunday

A partnership breakdown between a landlord and the Nannup Clock Tower maker has resulted in the world's biggest wooden pendulum clock closing down for good. Nannup resident Kevin Bird, who created the clock over 15 years, said he was feeling saddened after being instructed to remove the clock by May 5. The clock was officially opened to the public in mid-January on
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Nannup Clock Tower to close this Sunday

A partnership breakdown between a landlord and the Nannup Clock Tower maker has resulted in the world's biggest wooden pendulum clock closing down for good. Nannup resident Kevin Bird, who created the clock over 15 years, said he was feeling saddened after being instructed to remove the clock by May 5. The clock was officially opened to the public in mid-January on
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Nannup Clock Tower to close this Sunday

A partnership breakdown between a landlord and the Nannup Clock Tower maker has resulted in the world's biggest wooden pendulum clock closing down for good. Nannup resident Kevin Bird, who created the clock over 15 years, said he was feeling saddened after being instructed to remove the clock by May 5. The clock was officially opened to the public in mid-January on
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Nannup Clock Tower to close this Sunday

A partnership breakdown between a landlord and the Nannup Clock Tower maker has resulted in the world's biggest wooden pendulum clock closing down for good. Nannup resident Kevin Bird, who created the clock over 15 years, said he was feeling saddened after being instructed to remove the clock by May 5. The clock was officially opened to the public in mid-January on