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Model twins back from Paris, Milan, London

Model twins back from Paris, Milan, London

Former Wee Waa St Joseph’s primary school students, twins Meghan and Alise Murie, have returned home to Warren for a mid year break from their busy life in the international fashion industry.

PROTEGEES: Back from the catwalks of Europe for a while, Alise holding Tilly the puppy, and Meghan Murie with David Pierce in Narrabri. 

Former Wee Waa St Joseph’s primary school students, twins Meghan and Alise Murie, have returned home to Warren for a mid year break from their busy life in the international fashion industry.

The identical twins grew up on Boolcarrol station, near Wee Waa, and are now confidently parading high fashions on the catwalk for some of the world’s top designers.

So far this year the girls have travelled to London, Paris and Milan to feature in fashion shows and magazine shoots.

They also plan to work with agencies in Japan and the US later this year.

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Wesley wins Silver in National Geographic photography competition

Wesley wins Silver in National Geographic photography competition

Year 10 student Wesley Read (a Knox boarder from Narrabri) has won a national photography award for his close-up photograph of a Rainbow Lorikeet.

Wesley, the son of Libby Guest and Michael Read, has won silver in the Australian Geographic Australia, New Zealand, Antarctic and New Guinea (ANZANG) Junior Nature Photographer of the Year Competition.

Wesley flew to Adelaide in August to attend the award ceremony at the South Australian Museum.

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The 2016 Show already in sights of new committee

The 2016 Show already in sights of new committee

The 2016 Narrabri Show is on the road again with a new show committee elected and keen to replicate the success of the 2015 event.

The Annual General Meeting election proceeded smoothly with several existing committee members and new volunteers stepping in to help run the 2016 show.

Cheryl Pawley is again at the helm for her second term as committee president, supported by Bec Newberry as Treasurer and Linda Slee as Secretary.

Rebecca Cope was re-elected as Vice President, while Lauren Baguley and Melissa Cain will also be taking on Vice Presidential roles for the 2016 Show.

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UPDATE: Local horseman's condition improves following accident

UPDATE: Local horseman's condition improves following accident

The Courier is able to report an improvement in the condition of Wee Waa local Rhys Mortimer after he sustained serious head injuries in a horse riding accident on the weekend.

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The Courier is able to report an improvement in the condition of Wee Waa local Rhys Mortimer after he sustained serious head injuries in a horse riding accident on the weekend.

This morning he remains in the Intensive Care Unit at the Newcastle John Hunter hospital but is now showing signs of responsiveness.

The accident occurred mid-morning on Sunday and resulted in the 17-year-old male being placed in an induced coma and airlifted to Newcastle by Westpac Rescue Helicopter.

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6 degrees of Kindness

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