The Hunter River Times
By Di Sneddon New South Wales Country Press Association held […]
Friday July 14, Saturday July 15, 2023 Under 11’s – […]
BY MEREDITH BLAIR Scone’s Literary Festival celebrated a spectacular close […]
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By Di Sneddon “We will look after the Mrs and […]
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By Di Sneddon A $54,000 donation to Singleton Hospital from […]
By Jem Anshaw There is no denying the amazing impact […]
Today’s teenager’s phones are typically not far from their hand, […]
Homelessness is a serious issue in our region, even though […]
By Alex Tigani Muswellbrook’s Evie Jones will remain at the […]
In front of an ecstatic home crowd, Kobi Wright became […]
A Celebration if inclusivity is the aim for an event […]
By Meredith Blair Organised by Where There’s A Will and […]
By Meredith Blair The members of the Singleton Community Garden […]
By Jem Anshaw When discussing their recent Muswellbrook Chamber of […]
By Di Sneddon No words can express the enormous sadness […]
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Singleton Tidy Towns are mindful of the situation many of […]
Via NSW Police Media Detectives have charged a man over […]
Via NSW Police Media Detectives investigating the death of a […]
The pizzaz of the pumpkins, the strut of the cattle, the muscles of the woodchoppers and the smiles on the faces all around indicated the 2021 Upper Hunter Show was an event many were extremely pleased to see return.
It was not the start they were hoping for.
Local cricket history will be made in Singleton this Saturday morning.
Four students from Martindale Public School will be heading to the big smoke to swim in the PSSA State Finals next week.
up the banks threatening low lying farmland and potentially properties.
Denman Public School students, staff and volunteers are excited to be formally recognised for the work they have been doing in an environmental sense at school.
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.
Ben Hill is an extraordinary human.
Born and raised in Scone, the Team Bridelane rider took out the Bathurst Tour for Division 1 Men cycling title last week.