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The Black Coal Cup has been a fixture in the Muswellbrook charity calendar.
Ivan Skaines has been elected Chair of Arts Upper Hunter (AUH), a community organisation which provides, supports and promotes opportunities for people and organisations involved in the creative Industries across the Shires of Dungog, Muswellbrook, Singleton and Upper Hunter. He was previously Vice Chair.
Taking on the executive role of any organisation is a big ask but few roles are more demanding than that of secretary and treasurer.
Col Paul says he learnt to drive when he was four. His vehicle was an apple box with three stones as his foot pedals and the gear stick was just that, a stick.
The Scone Horse Festival makes its long-awaited return to our horse capital.
Residents of Merriwa and Cassilis will have the opportunity to recognise service men laid to rest locally this Anzac Day,
Look out Muswellbrook – there are some local rockstars on the rise.
If there was one thing Donna Valentine didn’t think she would ever have to do as a café owner is to make a coffee with a triple shot, six sugars on almond milk.
There was a special guest in the Upper Hunter recently and the region has made quite the impression.
There are some places where friends are like family and that is exactly the atmosphere at Ourcare’s Activity Centre.
With the blessing of family and friends, the Richard Gill School in Muswellbrook has celebrated its official opening.
It was with dignity and grace that Singleton Lioness farewelled their 36 years of history to enter a new era under the name of Lions Club of Singleton Lioness.
Membership of Singleton Historical Society and Museum Inc. has increased by nine members this year and newly elected president Michael Akrill hopes to see interest continue to grow.