A centenary for the Branxton RSL

BY MEREDITH BLAIR

Allen. H, Allen. J, Anderson. E.J.

These are just some of the names of the gallant soldiers from Branxton that fought in WW1, named on the Branxton Memorial Rotunda opened in June 1923.

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Flowers are Blooming for Say it With Flowers

BY DI SNEDDON

When you take in the visual beauty and extent of Sedgewood property’s cottage garden, it is hard to believe there was nothing more than a couple of trees on the property when Susan and Harry Ginns first moved in.

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Your house is never finished

BY ALEX TIGANI

When you drive through the main gates of Mark and Denise Ray’s family home in Muscle Creek, you’ll quite often hear some noise from the back shed.

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Country Food with Taste

BY JASON BATES

Pokolbin is an amazing place to visit, with the various wineries, restaurants and of course the Hunter Valley Gardens. And at the entrance to the gardens is the Hunter Valley Gardens Shopping Village.

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Get your Skates on for a Great Meal in Denman

BY JASON BATES

After heading out west in the early hours of the morning for work, my partner and I found ourselves caught in the rain and by the time we reached Denman, we were very much in need of a warm meal and a bit of shelter from the storm.

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Home is Where the Heart Is

BY DI SNEDDON

Lizelle and Jacques Rossouw moved to Australia from South Africa 22 years ago, residing in Emerald and Moranbah before coming to Singleton in 2014.

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Ellisland Days are Numbered

BY DI SNEDDON

This is a Not For Sale story with a twist. The property has been sold to make way for the Singleton by-pass and for its owner, Joan Ingold, it is goodbye to a property she has been connected to since birth. 

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Home with a Hospital History

BY JEM ANSHAW

Having spent years curiously passing by a house on Sowerby Street in Muswellbrook, Vicki Riddy didn’t pass the opportunity to have a look inside when it went on the market 20 years ago.

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Bicentenary Big Weekend for Jerrys Plains

BY DI SNEDDON

A market day, a bush dance, mine and horse stud tours, a church service, heritage display, you name it and it is on at the Jerrys Plains bicentennial celebrations on April 29, 30 and May 1.

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Singleton’s hallowed ground

BY SHANE DAVEY

Most of us have places that feel like home in our life even if we don’t live there. Pirtek Park is one such forever home away from home for Singleton Rugby League.

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Dubs By The Lake

BY JEM ANSHAW

Meredith Hamson’s parents, Neil and Kay Buchanan, purchased their first V Dub new in 1962 and it was the foundation of a love affair that has spanned three generations.

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If Only These Walls Could Talk

BY DI SNEDDON

The Mechanics Institute at 74 George Street, Singleton, was built in 1866 and stands as a testament to Singleton’s European history and heritage.

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