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Armidale film touring regional NSW
Local Armidale film ‘Spirit Connection’ is touring New South Wales as part of the REC Ya Shorts Youth Film Festival.
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School holiday activities planned for young people across the region
Armidale Regional Council is hosting a program of school holiday activities for children and young people across the local government area.
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Get ready for upcoming bushfire season
AFTER the driest winter in 15 years, Northern Tablelands MP Adam Marshall is encouraging all residents who live near bushland and areas prone to grass fires, to start preparing for the season ahead.
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Council backhoe makes special appearance at Tiny Town
An Armidale Regional Council backhoe made a special appearance at Tiny Town Childcare Centre’s Father’s Day morning tea event.
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$15,000 support for Armidale Montessori Preschool
Armidale Regional Council and the NSW Government have provided funding support of $15,000 to Armidale Montessori Preschool via the Stronger Communities Grants program for construction of an outside covered area for teaching purposes.
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[REC] Ya Shorts Youth Film Festival showcases the work of local young people
The [REC] Ya Shorts Youth Film Festival will showcase the short films of local young people in a special screening at the Belgrave Cinema on Monday 4 September.
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$50,000 for Hillgrove village picnic area
The Hillgrove Progress Association secured $50,000 from Armidale Regional Council and the NSW Government’s Stronger Communities Grants program for upgrades to the Hillgrove community’s picnic area.
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Roadwork to commence on Wandsworth to Ben Lomond road
Armidale Regional Council will commence work on the Wandsworth to Ben Lomond road this month.
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Refugee settlement in Armidale
Armidale has recently been announced as a new regional settlement location for humanitarian entrants to Australia. Here are some answers to some FAQ about the new settlements.
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Armidale community to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with annual Day in the Dale
The Armidale community will celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People with the annual Day in the Dale activities on Friday 1 September 2017.

Events

spring Awakening
20 Sep 2017
Spring Awakening
Venue: Arts Theatre A1, Madgwick Drive, University of New England. Time: 7.30pm. Cost: $20 (adult), $15 (concession) - available from Carr's NewsXpress (170 Beardy Street Mall, phone 02 6772 3534) or at https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=307706 or at door. For more information, phone Peter on 02 6773 3061. A group of young people, coming of age at the turn of the century, set out to understand love, sex, fate and destiny, while the adults around them insist on denying their burgeoning maturity. Spring Awakening is a cautionary tale about keeping children in the dark so long that they have to find their own way into the light.
Feeding Camels
22 Sep 2017
New England Camel Co.
Venue: New England Camel Farm. Time: 11.00am-2.00pm. Cost: $15 (adult), $10 (child). For more information and address, phone 0439 922 350. There are llamas, camels and farm animals to visit and feed. Camel rides and llama walks available during dry weather, by arrangement. Relax and watch a DVD about the history of camels. Sensible footwear and warm coat are a good idea. We are a non-smoking property. A warm fire in a rustic converted shed and a humble little shop selling camel products such as soap, moisturizer, scarves, mittens, candles etc. completes the experience. To feed the animals, please bring along some carrots, apples or bread. Feel free to bring a picnic if you wish!