The Country Education Foundation (CEF) has launched a new online Scholarships Guide today, helping young rural and regional Australians access scholarships, grants and bursaries.
Mondays at the Museum is getting even cooler with hands-on activities about Antarctica introduced for children who attend during term 4.
The water pipeline that’s currently being built through the Blayney Shire area is giving a major boost to local infrastructure.
Orange residents are encouraged to Speed date a book at Orange City Library as book lovers across the country gear up for the annual National Australian Reading Hour.
With only 3 weeks to go until the 2017 NSW & ACT Association of Family History Societies Conference workshops are fully booked but registrations are still open.
Demolition work has started on the former Orange Base Hospital in Dalton Street. Regional specialist major construction company Zauner Construction, have been engaged by Orange City Council to undertake the demolition.
Drivers are being urged to keep one metre away from cyclists when overtaking on roads around Orange.
Orange is the first local government area in the state to be the focus of the ‘A METRE MATTERS’ awareness campaign funded by Transport for NSW and the RMS.
Staff and shoppers making the daily journey to Orange’s main shopping area have a more secure place to store their bicycle with the opening of a new bike-locker in the Orange City Centre car park.
Work is getting under way on Orange’s newest constructed wetland, the Waratah Wetland project.
Security has been increased and details provided to Orange Police following a number of malicious attacks on the Orange to Carcoar Pipeline Project.
Local Government NSW (LGNSW) has applauded the announcement today from Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Minister Gabrielle Upton that the Government has abandoned the forced amalgamation of 14 metropolitan councils.
Orange City Council’s biggest array of solar panels will be installed on the roof of the Orange Aquatic Centre.
Orange City Council wants to hear from local businesses interested in partnering with the council to operate a new animal shelter.
The long-awaited demolition of the former Orange Base hospital is set to begin soon, following the signing of the contracts for the work.
The Northern Distributor Road has been revealed as a safety and economic benefit adding millions of dollars to the community.
The project of building the Orange to Carcoar water security pipeline is making good progress with the beginning of pipe-laying in Blayney Shire.
As Orange City Council roads crews move from the building season to maintenance, Infrastructure Committee Chair Cr Glenn Taylor is calling on the community to report any potholes.
The Orange Regional Museum is offering a behind-the-scenes peek at how it cares for and stores the historic objects in its collections.
Plans to build a new base for the Orange Conservatorium of Music which incorporates a new planetarium have been considered by Orange City Council and released for community comment.
Renowned national theatre company Bell Shakespeare premiers its national tour of The Merchant Of Venice from Orange Civic Theatre this weekend.