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Feeding frenzy has ducks in a flap

Tuesday, 1st January, 2013

PICTURE: Gavin Schmidt PICTURE: Gavin Schmidt

Sisters Laura Marks-Deeble (8) and Ella Deeble (20 months) were feeding the ducks at the Zinc Lakes yesterday morning. Their father, Jason, said that the family outing was a nice start to the new year. “We’ve just come out here now before it gets too hot. The kids love feedings the ducks.” Yesterday the temperature was a warm 37 degrees.

 

Charity work has its rewards

Monday, 31st December, 2012

Hayden Zammit with a visiting film crew earlier this month. He has been selected to attend New Year’s Eve celebrations in Sydney tonight. Hayden Zammit with a visiting film crew earlier this month. He has been selected to attend New Year’s Eve celebrations in Sydney tonight.

By Darrin Manuel

Hayden Zammit has been rewarded for his dedication to charity with an invitation to Sydney’s famous New Year’s Eve festivities.

Organisers of the harbour city’s New Year’s celebrations selected four “everyday heroes” from across country NSW for the honour, with Hayden making the cut for his tireless work with the Cancer Council and Camp Quality.

The 18-year-old flew to Sydney yesterday, and will tonight watch the renowned fireworks display and an array of musical performances, before attending the Lord Mayor’s party at the Opera House.

2013: the year we search for meaning

Monday, 31st December, 2012

2013 is set to be a year of independence, emotions, spirituality and a sense of reality, says psychic medium Leonie Faye. 2013 is set to be a year of independence, emotions, spirituality and a sense of reality, says psychic medium Leonie Faye.

By Erica Visser

With 2012 almost at an end, many people are wondering what 2013 will have in store.

To help, former Broken Hill resident and psychic medium, Leonie Faye, has some bold predictions for the year ahead.

Last year Leonie predicted a year of “truth” and advances in technology, as well as a string of natural disasters.

A nation prepares to party

Monday, 31st December, 2012

SYDNEY - A glittering night planned by pop princess Kylie Minogue will lead New Year’s Eve celebrations throughout Australia.

And the famous Sydney fireworks that are shown around the world are promising not to disappoint.

As creative ambassador for Sydney’s event, Minogue developed the event’s theme “embrace” and chose its colour scheme and soundtrack.

So many ways to ring in New Year

Monday, 31st December, 2012

Democratic Club employee Candice Martin getting ready to ring in the New Year. Democratic Club employee Candice Martin getting ready to ring in the New Year.

Locals keen to celebrate the end of 2012 have a wealth of places to choose from to ring in the New Year.

The Democratic Club is holding a New Year’s Eve “blowout party” which begins at 8pm and will go until 12.30am with country rock entertainment by Sandra Humphries and Allan Webster with the Barking Beavers Band.

The Southern Cross has been a hit over the past few years, according to licensee John Groenendijk.

The main bar will have the top 40 jukebox, there will be karaoke in the bistro  and a chill out room in the restaurant.

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