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TODAY Dave Layzell, Member for Upper Hunter, announced he is giving $158,429 for the old Niagara Cafe mural to be restored.
ANNE Miles is an avid newsreader and at the age of 78 she is the first subscriber to scone.com.au.
THE last pandemic which occurred in Australia was the Spanish Flu in 1919 and Scone was not immune.
TODAY the Scone Neighbourhood Resource Centre and Upper Hunter Shire Council held a flag raising ceremony as part of Reconciliation Week,
YESTERDAY, Bill and Sarah Howey opened their garden at Geraldton, one of Scone’s oldest homes,
BILL and Sarah Howey will be opening “Geraldton” to the whole community on Sunday, October 13,
By Taylah Fellows
THE Upper Hunter Shire Council is conducting an Aboriginal heritage study,
IF the walls of the Wilson memorial Hospital in Murrurundi could talk they could tell the stories of generations of Murrurundi residents from the birth of new family members to the passing of loved ones.