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Certainty for Community and Industry on Energy from Waste

The NSW Government has today released the Energy From Waste Infrastructure Plan, providing certainty for communities and investors and creating opportunities for NSW to lead the way in the delivery of world-class alternative energy projects.  Deputy Premier, Minister for Regional NSW and Minister responsible for Resources John Barilaro said the Plan outlines how the NSW ... Read more
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Bathurst Station Restoration a Nod to Yesteryear

Bathurst Station’s historic sandstone façade has been restored to help preserve one of the state’s most significant historical railway stations. Minister for Regional Transport and Roads Paul Toole said work included the repair of the sandstone exterior of the station building and platforms. “The sandstone was lime washed while the existing ochre coloured wall paint ... Read more
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Cure Brain Cancer Foundation aims to break record with $2.1M goal for Walk4BrainCancer.

Cure Brain Cancer Foundation, the leading charity for brain cancer research, awareness and advocacy in Australia, has announced its annual flagship Walk4BrainCancer event will be taking place virtually this year. The organisation is encouraging communities around Australia and New Zealand to Walk4BrainCancer on Sunday 26 September, with the record-breaking goal of raising $2,100,000. Brain cancer ... Read more
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Roadmap to Freedom Unveiled for the Fully Vaccinated

Crowds lined up for the Bathurst Vaccine Clinic. Photo by Ben Fry Stay-at-home orders for adults who have received both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine will be lifted from the Monday after NSW passes the 70 per cent double vaccination target, under the roadmap to freedom released today. The roadmap is subject to further fine-tuning ... Read more
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Lithgow ADF vaccination clinic a roaring success

Residents of the Greater Lithgow region rushed to get their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine at the ADF pop-up vaccination clinic in Lithgow.  An ADF Vaccination Outreach Team began administering COVID-19 vaccines on Sunday, 12 September, with 513 people receiving the vaccine on the first day of the clinic.  The following day, 552 people ... Read more
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International bestselling crime authors zoom in for crime writing festival.

Lovers of crime fiction will rejoice this month as Bathurst Library teams up with BAD Sydney Crime Writers Festival to offer 10 free passes to multiple events for BAD September International: a one-month online program of bestselling crime authors from around the world.  Featuring huge names such as Paula Hawkins, Val McDermid, Karin Slaughter and ... Read more