Dubbo Photo News : 2019-01-03

Emergency Issues : 15 : 15

Emergency Issues

15 Dubbo Photo News January 3-9, 2019 TAUT TRAINER ELECTION 2019 NSW Labor commits to act on abandoned trolleys TRANSPORT Potential for three-hour commute to Sydney ORANGE and Parkes are included in a host of regional cities and towns being investigat­ed as potential regional starting and return points for a fast rail network initiative undertaken by the NSW Government. A fast rail service would reduce train travel from Orange from the current four hours and 50 minutes, to around one-and-a-half hours. Catching a connecting train from Dubbo using current rail infrastruc­ture would put Sydney via Orange within an approximat­e three to three-and-a-half hour commute. The details are in the NSW Government’s report “A 20-year Economic Vision for Regional NSW”. IT’S A RECORD! A competitiv­e bodybuilde­r has successful­ly pulled a tow truck and car weighing more than 11 tonnes to raise money for charity. Nardia Styles from Queensland earned the Guinness World Record for Megan’s fitness advice: Heaviest vehicle pulled over 100 ft – female heaving a truck and car with a combined weight of 11,355kg, almost three tonnes heavier than the previous record. After suffering various injuries from running, she decided to take up strength training and body building competitio­ns. CLADDING SPECIALS RECREATION ROOM Based on an average 80m2 home 5m x 2.5m $10,500* $8500* *Conditions apply *Conditions apply PROFESSION­AL PHOTOGRAPH­ER FOR OVER 15 YEARS 6m x 3m Patio SUPPLIED AND ERECTED $4750* PH: 0421 634 096 *Conditions apply wendymphot­ography.com.au 6884 9620 FAIRY PORTRAITS, COMMERCIAL, REAL ESTATE, PORTRAITS, SPORTS & TEAMS www.panelspan.com.au Showroom opposite Aldi PICTON BROS BL83737C 183 Talbragar St, Dubbo

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