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Dubbo stampede on soon

Thursday, September 04, 2014

Our next Community Leaders breakfast is on this Saturday from 8am to 10am at the Cyril Flood Rotunda.  Read More...

Exciting construction progresses in Dubbo

Monday, September 01, 2014

It is exciting to see a significant amount of construction being undertaken in Dubbo at the moment and many residents I speak with are curious in relation to the progress of different projects.  Read More...

DREAM Festival soon to begin

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Last Saturday I had the pleasure of riding the ‘Fender Blender’ to make orange juice for intrigued onlookers at the Dubbo Farmers Markets. Apart from making me work up a sweat, the idea was to raise awareness about the upcoming Dubbo Sustainable City Expo. The Expo is now in its ninth year and, for the first time ever, the Expo is being combined with Science Café. There will be 30 exhibitors with displays that aim to help residents reduce their environmental footprint and experts on hand to discuss the latest sustainable living technology, appliances and services. The Science Café will have a number of activities aimed at showing some of the wonders of science as part of National Science Week. I encourage you to visit the Dubbo Regional Botanic Garden between 9am and 2pm this Saturday. Read More...

Evocity MTB Series gains momentum

Thursday, August 14, 2014

The Evocity MTB Series, which will hopefully be the most lucrative in the nation when it is run next year, is gathering momentum.  Read More...

Wallabies impressed by Caltex Park surface

Friday, August 08, 2014

This is my 150th Mayoral Column for the Daily Liberal and, ignoring any other publication, that equates to approximately 63,000 words I have written for this column alone. It may seem like a lot but the reality is that I struggle to squeeze the column down to 420 words each week. There is so much happening in Dubbo each and every week that I have never had a case of ‘Writer’s Block’ when it comes to this column. This week is no exception. Read More...

Excitement builds for Qantas Wallabies visit

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

The excitement is building across the City. In only five more sleeps, we will be able to witness a training session from the best talent that Australia has on the Rugby Union field.  Read More...

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