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Tingha town water safe for consumption
Tingha’s town water supply is completely safe for drinking and other domestic uses, according to a Tingha Plateau fire recovery statement by Armidale Regional Council.
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Lift-off for Armidale Regional Airport Business Park
Member for Northern Tablelands Adam Marshall has declared today as Armidale’s “coming of age” announcing a $6.5 million investment from the State Government to establish the Armidale Regional Airport 73-lot Business Park.
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Bushfire recovery meeting for community members
A bushfire recovery meeting will be held at the Tingha Sports and Recreation Club tomorrow from 7pm, for community members affected by this month’s Tingha Plateau fire.
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Additional bin collection for Tingha
An additional kerb-side waste collection will be conducted for Tingha residents tomorrow, after last week’s service was cancelled because of the devastating bushfire which burnt properties and homes around the township.
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Guyra fuel tank removal underway
Contractors began work this week to remove disused fuel tanks beneath the Guyra main street, to allow an upgrade of the town’s central business district to proceed.
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Driverless vehicle cruises into Armidale for Australia-first trial
Students at the University of New England in Armidale will become the first in NSW to get to class in a driverless vehicle, along the longest route for this kind of transport in Australia so far.
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Waste collection information for Tingha residents
Due to the Tingha Plateau Fire residential kerbside waste collection services have been interrupted and the Tingha Landfill is closed.
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Health warning issued for Tingha fire clean-up
Tingha residents are being urged not to begin a major clean-up of properties affected by this week’s bushfire, because of concerns about possible contaminants, including asbestos. A recovery crew will be deployed into the impacted area, to conduct appropriate analysis of materials and ensure collection and disposal is done correctly and safely.
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ARC assisting RFS in Tingha Plateau zone
Armidale Regional Council is assisting in the ongoing management of the Tingha Plateau Fire under supervision from the NSW Rural Fire Service.
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It’s official Tingha is on the move to Inverell
Residents of the rural community of Tingha have reached a significant milestone in their history with today’s announcement by Member for Northern Tablelands Adam Marshall that Tingha will be part of the Inverell Shire from July 1 2019.

Events

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23 Feb 2019
Guyra on a Plate
Venue: Guyra Show Ground Marquee Time: 12noon for 12.30 start Cost: $70 members / $90 non-members - Includes entry to the show A Five Course Degustation lunch prepared and supplied by local suppliers. Topper Mountain Wines available to purchase (strictly no BYO) Tickets available through "Gala" Phone 02 6779 2132 or admin@guyrashow.guyra.net
Uniting Church
24 Feb 2019
Market Sunday Concert
Dancing with Birds and Stars Evocative music for flute with some electronics features in this Market Sunday Concert. Sharon Davidge will be performing music by Robert Burrell, Keyna Wilkins, and Saverio Mercadante in a fascinating program entitled Dancing with Birds and Stars that explores the full gamut of the flute's tonal expressiveness. Sharon Davidge is a distinguished Armidale teacher and performer who enjoys exploring some of the lesser-known by-ways of the flute repertoire. This is a great opportunity to discover just what is possible on a flute and how it can be one of the most evocative and flexible of all instruments. VENUE: Uniting Church, 114 Rusden Street. TIME: 12.30pm (tea and sausages available from 11.30am). Concert is free, but donations are greatly appreciated. For more information, phone 02 6772 3233.