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Less than 100 days to go till Sky Muster has lift off!

Less than 100 days to go till Sky Muster has lift off!

New NBN Satellite

Launch of our historic first specialist broadband satellite getting closer…

After more than five years of hard work and planning we are getting close to launching our historic Sky Muster (NBN-1A) satellite into orbit from French Guiana. It’s an extraordinarily exciting time for everyone on the nbn™ Satellite team and for the rural Australians who will benefit from the service.

Right now Sky Muster is about to come out of storage at its manufacturer SS Loral in California having already passed its testing procedures – and we will shortly begin preparations to ship it to French Guiana.

Tuesday, 4 August 2015/Author: Kate Schwager/Number of views (0)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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Namoi comes out on top in a seven-goal thriller

Namoi comes out on top in a seven-goal thriller

Namoi United was celebrating for more than just one reason on Saturday.

The side not only came away with their second victory of the year against Moree FC but also, more importantly, climbed over Moree and out of last position on the Northern Inland Premier League (NIPL) Southern Conference ladder.

The visiting Moree men made Namoi work hard for the crucial three points, pushing the side right to the end in a 4-3 finish in favour of the Namoi Carps.

The weekend’s win has Carps looking likely to have pulled off another great escape and avoid the wooden-spoon for a second year running, with just two games left of the season.

Wednesday, 5 August 2015/Author: Kate Schwager/Number of views (0)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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Boars lose battle but not the war

Boars lose battle but not the war

Narrabri secure back-to-back minor premierships despite dropping first game of season.

The Narrabri Blue Boars perfect run this season may have been cut short in the very last regular Central North fixture on the weekend, however it sets up an enthralling couple of weeks of rugby as finals time begins to heat up.

Whilst Moree Bulls came away victorious on Dangar Park last Saturday, it wasn’t enough to stop the home side from securing another minor premiership and another major semi-final at home, courtesy of picking up two crucial bonus points during the game.

That was down to the Boars second-half comeback, which saw them finish with four tries and keep the game to within a seven-point contest.

Wednesday, 5 August 2015/Author: Kate Schwager/Number of views (0)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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Awards Australia

Awards Australia

Awards Australia was established in 1989 and is proudly Australian owned and operated. 

Awards Australia and Awards Australia Southern have since inception specialized in conducting awards recognition programs on a local, state and national level. Staff are selected for their skills and experience in marketing, public relations, media, sponsorship management and event and conference management.

In recent years the coordination of conferences, award programs, staff recognition programs and dinners for corporate, government and not for profit organisations has become an increasingly successful and fast growing part of the companies business.

Awards Australia and Awards Australia Southern provide positive outcomes for clients whatever the brief. Our dedicated team offer a personalised professional service with a total focus and commitment to the client brief and objectives. Nothing is too big or small or too difficult. A perfect result for our client is the perfect result for us.
Friday, 7 August 2015/Author: Kate Schwager/Number of views (0)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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Regional families discover what’s really in their food

Regional families discover what’s really in their food

A food additives seminar held at Wee Waa High School last week has generated widespread interest while also raising important funds for local schools.

ABOVE: Additive Alert: Helen Smith, Louise D’Allura, Lisa Harrison (RichmondPRA) and Paul King (Program Manager, Department of Human Services, Armidale).

A food additives seminar held at Wee Waa High School last week has generated widespread interest while also raising important funds for local schools.

Over the course of two hours, Brisbane-based Home Economist and East Coast’s Additive Alert Community Talk’s presenter Louise D’Allura, helped families learn about food additives, interpreting food labels and alternative food options in an effort to encourage low additive eating. 

The event, ‘Food for a happy and calm community’, was attended by 120 people and raised $2146.80 for local schools.

Parents and teachers who attended the session found it informative.

One of the Organising Committee members, Helen Smith, said the event was a great success.

“Louise shared a lot of information about additives and the effects it can have on our lives and health,” she said.
Friday, 7 August 2015/Author: Kate Schwager/Number of views (0)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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