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October, 2018

3 men hurt at fire front

Contained: smoke from the Willi Willi Rd fire on Wednesday.THREE Rural Fire Service (RFS) firefighters were treated in hospital on Monday after separate incidents, two for smoke inhalation and the other for a back injury sustained in a fall.
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All the incidents occurred at the Willi Willi Rd fire which has been burning for 10 days west of Kempsey.

Since it began on Wednesday October 29 close to the edge of Willi Willi Rd in Sherwood, it has consumed 932 hectares of bushland.

Houses have been threatened by the blaze but so far no property has been lost to the fire.

RFS Lower North Coast Zone manager Superintendent Lachlann Ison said the incidents were a reminder of the dedication of the RFS crews.

“The first incident involved a male firefighter from the Mooneba brigade falling and injuring themselves mid-morning on Monday, they were transported to Kempsey Hospital and released later that day,” Superintendent Ison said.

“The other two incidents were smoke inhalation as a result of the prevailing wind direction wile the crew were conducting back burning operations around the fire.

“The wind was blowing the smoke straight back over them and they probably stayed a bit too long on the fire ground.

“The second casualty was taken to Kempsey Hospital about 6pm and kept overnight for observation, the third person was brought in about 7.30pm and they were transported to Port Macquarie Hospital and again kept in overnight.

“They have all now recovered and been released from hospital. The two male firefighters were from the SWR and Crescent Head brigades.

“It is a reminder of the dedication the crews have for getting their job done that they didn’t think about themselves only the task they had which was to conduct the back burns.”

Superintendent Ison said the Willi Willi Rd fire is burning within established containment lines and is being monitored by the RFS.

Smoke and flames will be visible for several days as back burning operations are undertaken to protect property which may be threatened by the fire.

For more information about fires near you and fire safety advice you can visit www.rfs.nsw.gov.au

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Sowing the seeds to business success in Stawell

LINDA Hunter’s venture into business ownership was a year in the making and sprung out of her perceived need for a business in town to stock what she now offers.
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Linda Hunter at Linda’s Cottage Country in Main Street.

Chloe Rowlings, owner of Chloe’s Massage and Beauty Therapy.

“I decided to go out and do something on my own because I recognised there was a need for it from within the town,” she said.

Linda’s Cottage Country stocks local and regional produce, music and art supplies and even home brew.

“We offer a range of goods that had we not been providing, people would have no choice but to go out of town for,” she said.

Mrs Hunter said for Stawell to have a positive future the people of Stawell need to start thinking positively as well.

“It is important the people of Stawell know we’re here, we’re doing things, the town is prospering,” she said.

Chloe Rowlings is another individual that recognised a need and answered the call.

“I thought the residents of Stawell needed a relaxing, professional and friendly salon environment,” she said.

“I never really considered having my own business until the last few years. Now, I wouldn’t have it any other way.”

Chloe’s Massage and Beauty Therapy provides a wide variety of high end, professional, quality and friendly services.

These include, facials, massage, body treatments, waxing, tanning, manicures, pedicures, eyelash extensions and more recently, body piercings.

“We have also just introduced a natural, affordable and Australian made and owned, skin care line. Skin juice has beautiful products to cater for all your skin care concerns,” Ms Rowlings said.

Ms Rowlings said business has been ‘going absolutely fantastic’.

“It has been going so well that I have recently employed another beauty therapist and extended my original salon by 32 square metres. I am looking to employ someone else in the coming weeks leading up to the busy Christmas period.”

Ms Rowlings said it is great to see a variety of new businesses opening and even better to see young people, such as herself getting out there and giving it a go.

“I see it as being a positive role model for the younger generation. It’s giving them the message that you can achieve your goals young,” she said.

“Try your hardest, give it your all and be positive in everything you do. It’s hard work, but it is definitely worth it.”

Inika’s Michelle Rathgeber isn’t a newcomer to the Stawell business scene, however on the back of continued success has jumped the street and extended her reach to the new business ‘Inika Indulge’.

Inika Indulge is an expansion of Inika Imports. It caters for customer demand – female attire and pampering.

“We see the expansion of Inika as a great opportunity to promote Stawell and provide employment opportunities,” Mrs Rathgeber said.

“Inika offers a huge diversity of products; gift ware, home wares, clothing, aromic products, artwork etc.”

Inika has experienced a steady increase in customers since it began operating in 2008. The business caters for a large demographic and isn’t age or gender specific.

“We estimate up to 50 percent of our customer base is from out of town, largely tourists and increasing in numbers from neighbouring communities across the Wimmera,” she said.

“By occupying a shop in Stawell we assist the whole CBD and we get to be part of a genuine and expanding shopping precinct which is arguably the ‘prettiest’ CBD in the Wimmera, something the people of Stawell should be proud of.

“We still have a number of objectives we will continue to pursue.”

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Locals bid for Kempsey Cup

Excited: Local Kempsey Cup hopeful Butane, pictured with part owner, Rick Edwards. Nine horses will contest teh Kempsey Cup this afternoon.BUTANE will be flying the local flag in the 2014 Kempsey Akubra Cup this afternoon.
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Nine horses will contest the $25,000 event which will be raced at 4.40pm, the second last race of the day.

Butane, trained by Barry Ratcliff, is the red hot local favourite.

Ratcliff is part owner with local business owner Rick Edwards. The six-year-old bay gelding loves his home track with four wins to his name over the years, including two back-to-back Diggers Cup wins this year and last.

2013 saw local connections take out the Kempsey Cup when Villamill dashed to victory in the 1450m event. Trained at Gladstone by Peter Ball and owned by a local syndicate headed by Mark Winkler, it was one of the most memorable cup victories in history.

Ratcliff will be looking to replicate that win, and apprentice jockey Melinda Graham has been given the important ride.

Butane, sired by Primus from Spellbound Miss, has an impressive career with nine wins and 12 minor placings and its prizemoney has surpassed $70,000.

Two other horses in the cup field have a link to the Macleay.

The Neil Godbolt-trained Flying Kistena is part owned by Kempsey’s Mark Simshauser. The four-year-old bay mare has had two starts at the track for two seconds.

Jockey, Priscilla Schmidt has strong family ties in the Macleay and will keen to win her first Cup and give Godbolt his seventh Cup win.

Ebony Rein is owned by local racing identity David Walker. Trained by Terry Walshe from Coffs Harbour, the four-year-old mare has a good chance of going the distance.

A number of local trainers will field horses over the eight races tomorrow.

Ratcliff: Malleable (race four) and Malone (race eight); Tony Green: Harvard Graduate (race five); Vince Jones: Lady Shaftesbury (race five); Eddie Yabsley: Miss Rabble (race six); John Scott: Rodeo Grand (race six – first emergency); Julie Lynch: Brasileiro Macho (race eight).

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Round 2 cricket photos

Round 2 cricket photos RS Williams was stationed at the Yass cricket venues on Saturday to take these photos from the Snipers v Buffaloes and Dingos v Horns matches.
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RS Williams was stationed at the Yass cricket venues on Saturday to take these photos from the Snipers v Buffaloes and Dingos v Horns matches.

RS Williams was stationed at the Yass cricket venues on Saturday to take these photos from the Snipers v Buffaloes and Dingos v Horns matches.

RS Williams was stationed at the Yass cricket venues on Saturday to take these photos from the Snipers v Buffaloes and Dingos v Horns matches.

RS Williams was stationed at the Yass cricket venues on Saturday to take these photos from the Snipers v Buffaloes and Dingos v Horns matches.

RS Williams was stationed at the Yass cricket venues on Saturday to take these photos from the Snipers v Buffaloes and Dingos v Horns matches.

RS Williams was stationed at the Yass cricket venues on Saturday to take these photos from the Snipers v Buffaloes and Dingos v Horns matches.

RS Williams was stationed at the Yass cricket venues on Saturday to take these photos from the Snipers v Buffaloes and Dingos v Horns matches.

RS Williams was stationed at the Yass cricket venues on Saturday to take these photos from the Snipers v Buffaloes and Dingos v Horns matches.

RS Williams was stationed at the Yass cricket venues on Saturday to take these photos from the Snipers v Buffaloes and Dingos v Horns matches.

RS Williams was stationed at the Yass cricket venues on Saturday to take these photos from the Snipers v Buffaloes and Dingos v Horns matches.

RS Williams was stationed at the Yass cricket venues on Saturday to take these photos from the Snipers v Buffaloes and Dingos v Horns matches.

RS Williams was stationed at the Yass cricket venues on Saturday to take these photos from the Snipers v Buffaloes and Dingos v Horns matches.

RS Williams was stationed at the Yass cricket venues on Saturday to take these photos from the Snipers v Buffaloes and Dingos v Horns matches.

RS Williams was stationed at the Yass cricket venues on Saturday to take these photos from the Snipers v Buffaloes and Dingos v Horns matches.

RS Williams was stationed at the Yass cricket venues on Saturday to take these photos from the Snipers v Buffaloes and Dingos v Horns matches.

RS Williams was stationed at the Yass cricket venues on Saturday to take these photos from the Snipers v Buffaloes and Dingos v Horns matches.

RS Williams was stationed at the Yass cricket venues on Saturday to take these photos from the Snipers v Buffaloes and Dingos v Horns matches.

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