Female Convict Hunter Valley Premier Launch

Inspired by Roses from the Heart, an Australia-wide initiative of Dr. Christina Henri, stories of female convicts of the Hunter Valley was screened for the first time at Singleton Library last month.

Glencore Opens its Apprenticeship Recruitment

Glencore will add to the hundreds of mining graduates, apprentices, and trainees across its Australian operations with recruitment for their 2024 apprenticeship programs underway.

Books, Books And More Books

BY MEREDITH BLAIR

Following the success of last year, the Singleton PCYC will hold their second annual book fair from Thursday, July 27, to July 29 at the Singleton Showground Pavilion.

Vinnies Sleep Out

BY JEM ANSHAW

Garth Belford and Carol O’Brien are encouraging the community to support this years Vinnies Sleepout, being held at Muswellbrook Showground on Thursday, June 22.

Scone Shines at National Tidy Towns Awards

BY DI SNEDDON

People often say our future success is in the hands of our youth and if Belltrees Public School students are anything to go by, we are all certainly in fantastic hands.

Rosie’s Ready for Festival of Fleeces

BY MEREDITH BLAIR

Rosie, the mascot lamb, is ready to lead the grand parade at this year’s Festival of the Fleeces, donning her iconic red woollen socks and red scarf.

Thank You to the Volunteers

Bruce Merrick is the longest serving Uniting Care volunteer so no wonder he received a gift in recognition of volunteers week last month.

BigLap4PTSD Visits Singleton

BY MEREDITH BLAIR

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is not something often discussed, especially amongst military personnel.

Christian College Hosts Third Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea

BY MEREDITH BLAIR

With almost 250 people in attendance, including members of the Singleton RFS, Police, local businesses and the families of students, Singleton’s Australian Christian College hosted their third Cancer Council Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea.

Transcare Grateful to be Fuelled Up

BY MEREDITH BLAIR

With their 13 volunteer drivers having travelled 110,476km and 2,468 hours over 1,053 trips and their paid drivers having travelled 239,230km over nearly 8,000 trips this financial year alone, it’s undeniable the work TransCare puts in to assist its clients.

Donations of Food Mark World Hunger Day

It was short notice, but the Lions Club of Singleton decided to set up a stall near Singleton Woolworths requesting donations of non-perishable food items to donate to Salvation Army Singleton.

Happy 100 Years to June Bennie

BY DI SNEDDON

June Bennie celebrated her 100th birthday on May 11 and on May 21 the troops rallied in Singleton to fully celebrate the occasion.