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Battles remembered

A large crowd gathered at Anzac Centenary Park on Saturday to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Somme, the first time Moree RSL sub-branch has...

Literacy now HSC target

PLANS for a minimum standard of literacy and numeracy before students can receive their Higher School Certificate has raised some concerns for local educators.NSW...

A voice for ‘the bush’

FREELANCE journalist Sally-Nicol Rigney is a voice for all people in the bush. Her voice has been heard througout regional Queensland and words have helped promote...

Public nuisance

Early in the morning of July 23, an 18-year-old man was issued with an infringement notice for disorderly behaviour near a licensed premise. The...

Three day youth program

Youth on the border will have a chance to get a leg up on their future with the coming Pathways Planning Event just down...

Gundy run full of colour

THE Gundy Gallop Colour Fun Run is on again. It’s on October 15.“Those gorgeous smiles from last year said it all. And they’ll be even bigger and brighter...

We must invest more in early childhood

As the Shadow Minister for Early Childhood Education, I am often considering the interaction between the education system we use to prepare young people...

Ladies pretty in pink

It will be over-the-top glamour at this year’s Weengallon Pink Ladies Day as 600 pink clad women flock to the event in flamboyant race-wear finery.‘Racing...

Cool cats need home

My name is Bertie and my brother Ernie and I have been waiting for a long time for a new home. We are very sweet...

Suspended licence

On July 19 at 4pm, police intercepted a vehicle on Riddle Street. The driver, a 23-year-old Goondiwindi man, was found to have a suspended...

Welcoming a new way of telling your stories

Today’s edition of the Goondiwindi Argus is the first produced by our journalists using Fairfax Media’s NewsNow system.At the forefront of newspaper production worldwide, NewsNow...

Bystander rescues ‘mobile’

Goondiwindi Police were called to a Marshall Street address on July 20 at 4pm, when an offender attempted to steal the victim’s mobile phone....

Rural artist takes on QLD in debut exhibition

Leigh Pritchard would say her ‘hobby’ has gotten out of hand. The landscape artist will open her debut exhibition ‘Roads to Home’ with 18 of...