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Business awards fast approaching

Tickets to the Fairfield City Local Business Awards where the 2015 category winners will be announced are selling fast.
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The Master of Ceremonies for the evening, Channel Nine’s Paul Hancock, features on Mornings with Sonia Kruger and David Campbell.

Sponsors who have made the awards program possible and successful include the major sponsors Fairfield City Council, Club Marconi and TrueLocal and support sponsors Stockland Wetherill Park, Neeta City Shopping Centre, Bonnyrigg Plaza, Fairfield Forum Shopping Centre, Siena Events and Fairfield city Chamber of Commerce.

Tickets for the event, held at Club Marconi on Wednesday, May 6, are limited.

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Program for Anzac commemorative events during April

Saturday April 18
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Centenary of ANZAC Sports Service

2.30pm Wingham Sporting Complex, Centenary of Anzac Service prior to 1st Grade rugby league game, Wingham v Port City.

Bugler: John Thompson. Program as arranged with Wingham Rugby League Club. MC: Craig Martin and Allan Skinner.

RSL to conduct Anzac service on behalf of the Wingham Tigers. All welcome.

Sunday April 19

9am Anzac Commemoration Service at Wingham Uniting Church, morning tea to follow at the Church Hall.

2pm Wingham Memorial Town Hall: Centenary of Anzac combined church service.

The Ministers Fraternal will be conducting this service for the Sub Branch and the community.

Bugler: John Thompson. Ode: Eric Richardson OAM.

Monday April 20

10am Brush Day Club: Tony Ryan.

Friday April 24

5.30pm Anzac service at Wingham Cemetery gates.

Bugler: John Thompson. All members and public welcome.

Flag, Cenotaph: Ted Bowen.

Saturday April 25

Dawn Service

5am: muster at the corner of Isabella and Queen Streets.

5.25am:short march to the Wingham Town Hall, led by cadets.

5.35am: dawn service at cenotaph. Speaker: Wingham High School captain Mathew Niksic accompanied by Mikayla Peckett.

Chaplain: Rev Darrel McKeough.

Upon completion at approximately 6am: Gunfire breakfast at the Wingham & District Memorial Services Club.

Anzac Day march and service

9am: muster Bent Street outside Wingham Services Club, schools by the big log in Central Park.

9.30am: parade to commence to march to the Wingham Town Hall via Bent and Farquhar Streets. Colour Party: Denham Callanan, Jannah Gillet, Emily Page, Tahlia Gill.

10.15am: Anzac service at the Wingham Town Hall. Speaker: Wingham High School Captain Maitlin Brown accompanied by Jake Irvine. Chaplain: Rev Darrel McKeough. Cenotaph Flag: Ted Bowen.

11.15am service concludes followed by the Diggers lunch at the Wingham Services Club 11.30am to 1.30pm. Non Sub Branch members cost $20 for two course meal and drink ticket.

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Touch of Italy in our backyard

THE beautiful Broke Fordwich area will once again be on show for the annual Little Bit of Italy Festival this weekend.
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Anne-Maree McLoughlin and Catherine Boulton

It started off as an intimate dinner party catered by an Italian chef but has now grown into a burgeoning festival attracting more than 3000people to area every year.

“It’s been brilliant and really put the Broke region on the map,” Broke Tourism’s Eden Anthony said.

“We want people to discover all we have to offer including some of the best wines in the Hunter Valley.

“It’s not just great food, wine and activities inspired by la dolce vita but also the fantastic views.”

The format hasn’t changed for this weekend with people encouraged to go on a journey from one vineyard to the next.

First stop is the passport office at the Broke Fire Station, opposite the general store, where you can pick up apassport, map and winetasting glass.

The passport is stamped when you visit participating venues and if you visit more than four venues you can go into a $2000 prize draw.

The festival is on both Saturday and Sunday between 10am and 4.30pm.

Shuttle buses will available every day from only $5.

Participating venues this year are Ascella Pure Wines, River Flats Estate & Bare Nature’s Kin, Catherine Vale Wines, Glenguin Estate, Krinklewood Biodynamic Vineyard, Lavender Ridge, Margan Family Winegrowers, Mount Broke Wines, Nightingale Wines, Somerville Wines, Stomp! Wines, and Whispering Brook.

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GALLERY: The Hills Centenary of Anzac cannon dedication

GALLERY: The Hills Centenary of Anzac cannon dedication Buglar Lachie Day
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Piper Bob Whitson.

The Dedication of the Anzac Centenary Cannon at Castle Hill RSL.

The Dedication of the Anzac Centenary Cannon at Castle Hill RSL.

Group president Warren Glenny addresses the crowd.

Antoinette Sarkis; whose family donated the cannon.

His Excellency Bishop Antoine Charbel Tarabay

Antoinette & George Sarkis; donators of the cannon

Piper Bob Whitson & Bugler Lachie Day

Dominic Perrottet MP lays a wreath

The Dedication of the Anzac Centenary Cannon at Castle Hill RSL.

The Dedication of the Anzac Centenary Cannon at Castle Hill RSL.

Buglar Lachie Day; The Last Post

Director Smith recites The Ode.

Piper Bob Whitson & Buglar Lachie Day. Lest We Forget.

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Driver behaviour praised

Heavy traffic on Ararat s eastern entry last Friday. Picture: PETER PICKERINGPOLICE have praised the behaviour of road users across the Northern Grampians Police Service Area (PSA) during the busy Easter period.
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More than 150 offences were detected during the five day Operation Crossroads. Speeding drivers accounted for more than three quarters of all offences detected.

Northern Grampians PSA Inspector Ian Lindsay said most motorists exercised patience and followed the road rules.

“It was very encouraging for the Northern Grampians PSA in that there was no fatalities recorded and serious road trauma was down significantly,” he said.

“There was a lot of vehicle traffic right up until Friday evening, the traffic was quite heavy up towards Halls Gap and into Stawell and Ararat.

“Considering the large attendance and vehicle traffic and movement within the area, people have listened to the message and understood about planning their trip.

“Messages about tolerance and respect on the roads seem to have got across.”

Insp Lindsay said police conducted almost 3000 road side breath tests over the five day holiday period with just 12 positive results.

“It was a good weekend, I would like to extend my thanks and appreciation for the community and travellers that have heeded the road safety message,” he said.

Offences detected across the Northern Grampians PSA during Operation Crossroads included:

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