SNEAK PEEK: What’s in tomorrow’s Muswellbrook Chronicle

29/06/2018 // by admin

HERE is a sneak peek of what’s in tomorrow’s Muswellbrook Chronicle.
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REWARDING EXPERIENCE: Pam, Bill, 13, and Tony Parry are excited about the St Heliers Heavy Horse Heritage Field Days this weekend, as is horse trainer Mick Carey (right).

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Family fields the love

WHAT began as a hobby for the Parrys has turned into a love of heavy horses and their qualities. The Denman family – Tony, Pam and their son Bill – are eagerly awaiting the St Heliers Heavy Horse Heritage Field Days this weekend.

Carnivale rolls into town

Muswellbrook Shire tourism and promotions officer Kevin Doherty kicks off another edition of Carnivale in Spring.

Gala Concert wraps up successful eisteddfod

AFTER months of many shows and recitals, the 2014 Muswellbrook & Upper Hunter Eisteddfod is set to end on a high note this weekend.

Politicians, councillors back tourism initiative

UPPER Hunter MP George Souris has praised a new marketing campaign to boost tourism numbers in the region.

Fitting tribute to mark centenary

IT was a solemn reminder of the magnitude of Australia’s first experience at war.

Celebrating a big effort

THE achievements and commitment of students, teachers, staff members and schools were recognised at the 2014 Upper Hunter Education Week awards ceremony.

Rams ready for semi-final tilt

THE Muswellbrook Rams will put it all on the line as the club enters the Hunter Valley Group 21 rugby league play-offs.

Valantine turns back the clock

DENMAN rally driver Michael Valantine turned back the clock to taste success at Johns River at the weekend.

Trainer confident of hometown victory

TRAINER Jan Bowen is confident that if Fireball can produce his best form he will win Sunday’s $25,000 Bengalla Cup (1280m) at Muswellbrook.

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