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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