Articles by Hayley


LEARNING ABOUT SHARED HISTORIES AND CULTURES

Lachlan Children Services (LCS) acknowledged National Reconciliation Week and National Sorry Day through numerous activities. “Every year on 26 May, National Sorry Day remembers and acknowledges the mistreatment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people…



UNGARIE CELEBRATES

Plans are well under way for a weekend of celebrations over September 9th, 10th and 11th as Ungarie turns 150. Ungarie Advancement Group have teamed the celebrations with the Ungarie Show day much like in…


MURRAY RUNS WELL

Condobolin Public School student Murray Worthington ran his heart out to place fifth at the Western Primary Schools Sports Association (PSSA) Cross Country on Wednesday, 15 June. He will now represent Condobolin Public School for…





CPS WELCOME NEW SILKIES

Condobolin Public School have welcomed some very special new arrivals. A number of silkie chickens have made their home at the School and they have made a very big impression on students. “Students are brainstorming…


CPS STUDENTS LEARN ABOUT SUSTAINABLE FARMING PRACTICES

In Term Two, Condobolin Public School Stage Three students have been learning about sustainable farming practices with a focus on food and fibre. They have also been exploring sustainable Indigenous practices, Australian farming and Japanese…




STUDYING THE CIRCULATORY SYSTEM

Condobolin High School Year 11 PDHPE students have been studying the circulatory system and its response to physical activity. On Friday, 27 May they took to the quad to draw a larger-than-life diagram of the…


CHS HOLD A PIE FACE FUNDRAISER

On Thursday, 26 May Condobolin Year 12 students held a Pie Face Fundraiser. Numerous students and staff volunteered to have a cream pie thrown in their face. “The afternoon festivities amused many,” a post on…


MARK NOW OFF TO STATE CARNIVAL

Condobolin High School’s Mark Whitla is off to the State Carnival, after finishing second in his age group at the Western Region Cross Country event on Wednesday, 15 June. Western Cross Country was held at…


SURVEY FINDS NSW FARMERS ARE OPTIMISTIC

NSW farmers are “cautiously optimistic” about favourable business conditions over the next 12 months. However rising input costs, nervousness about international markets and the hard task of securing labour is weighing on optimism, according to…


RATE RISE FOR LACHLAN SHIRE

Lachlan Shire Council will increase its rates by 1.8 per cent after approval was granted by the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal. Council’s submission was one of 86 applications approved by IPART to increase their…


NEW ADDITION FOR RENOWN PARK

There is a new addition in Renown Park at Condobolin. To enhance Lachlan Shire Council’s communication channels and as a nod to the award-winning Utes in the Paddock, Council has installed a new ute-shaped electronic…




MARILYN DEFEATS PAM IN A CLOSE CONTEST

Condobolin Sports Club Women’s Bowls Friday 17th June, the first round of the Minor Singles was played. Janelle Taylor narrowly defeated Zena Jones. Second round to be played on or before Saturday 25th June between…


DAMAGE DONE AT WILLOWBEND SPORTS CENTRE 2877

Willow Bend Sports Centre 2877 sustained damage to the top stairs, rails and garden bed last weekend. It is believed a car was involved in the incident. Lachlan Shire Council (LSC) marked off a safe…





LANDCARE LIVE COMEDY NIGHT SUCCESS

Condobolin and Districts Landcare hosted a LIVE Comedy Night on Saturday, 4 June. One-hundred-and-forty people attended the evening. The event featured comedians Rob Brown, Chris Wainhouse and Ryan Gallagher. Condobolin and Districts Landcare Coordinator Sarah…




CHS HOSTS BIGGEST MORNING TEA

On Thursday, 26 May Condobolin High School held a Biggest Morning Tea. Students and staff supported the event. “Thank you to those students and parents that supplied the delicious cakes, slices, and biscuits,” a post…


CHS CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONS RECOGNISED

Condobolin High School held their Cross Country event on Friday, 6 May at the SRA Grounds. Students were able to take part in competitive and non-competitive sections. All students displayed sportsmanship throughout the afternoon. The…