200 to compete in elder Olympics

200 to compete in elder Olympics

14 teams and over 200 eager competitors from around the region will descend on Sir Neville Howse Stadium next Thursday 9 March for the 2017 Central West Elders Olympics.

Women’s group aims to help migrants

Women’s group aims to help migrants

People from a range of countries and cultures are encouraged to share their experiences with others at the fortnightly Women’s Arts and Sewing Circle.

GOOD NEWS FOR SMALL BUSINESS RETAILERS IN NSW

GOOD NEWS FOR SMALL BUSINESS RETAILERS IN NSW


Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman (ASBFEO) Kate Carnell has welcomed the passage of legislation providing enhanced protection for small businesses in New South Wales when negotiating retail tenancy leases.

ROAD WORTHY OF DISCUSSION

ROAD WORTHY OF DISCUSSION


Recent debate around the Orange Bypass has raised important questions around the
future of the road, according Orange City Council Infrastructure Committee Chairman Cr
Glenn Taylor.

FIRE REVIEW

FIRE REVIEW

A preliminary review of the William Street fire has found that the water main did not meet fire-fighting capacity.

GET A HEAD START TO A JOB.

GET A HEAD START TO A JOB.

Local young people aged 15 – 24 have the opportunity to get a head start in the job stakes with the Skills4Trade program being run by Skillset Workforce and TAFE Western starting soon in Orange.

The 2016 Central West Disability Expo on this Wednesday

The 2016 Central West Disability Expo on this Wednesday

Showcasing services and opportunities available for people with disability in the Central West.
This Wednesday the 7th of December, Orange’s Central West Disability Expo and International Day of People with Disability event is on.

Car-mounted parking patrols begin again

Car-mounted parking patrols begin again

Orange City Council’s parking rangers have resumed using a car-mounted camera and number-plate recognition system for parking patrols in Orange.

Pipeline construction set to begin

Pipeline construction set to begin

The construction tender for the 61-kilometre potable water pipeline from Orange to Carcoar has been awarded, with works set to begin in early 2017.