Staff at Werris Creek Preschool are reeling after their budget was slashed.
Under a new state government funding model, the school is 26 thousand dollars worse off,
And there's a risk the centre could fold.
Many public schools in the region are already planning how to spend their new Gonski funding.
Inverell's high schools have come out on top.
One local principal says it's about time Resource Allocations are based on school enrolments.
First tonight - Transgrid has pulled the plug on a multi million dollar transmission line, running from west of Tenterfield through to Lismore.
The controversial project was opposed by many local residents.
The decision has been heralded as a win f
A man has died in hospital after a crash on the New England Highway near Uralla.October 29, 11:47 am
Total fire bans are in place across the region today due to hot and windy conditions.October 29, 11:11 am
Great Britain's current dominance over Australia has continued.
This time the tourists took the honours in Horseball at the AELEC Arena.
But the Aussie's will have one more test for revenge.
A sprint finish after 228 kilometres has decided the winner of the 53rd Grafton to Inverell.
Again it was a Budget Forklift rider who crossed first.
On the final event of the National Road Series calendar.
The community of Nundle has gathered to celebrate the opening of their new library.
The new facility is three times the size of the old one.
And houses their new and unique seed library.
Wanna-be movie extras are anxiously awaiting call-backs for Angelina Jolie's new movie.
Nearly 300 people auditioned to be part of the Hollywood star's directing debut- which is partly set in Werris Creek.
The city of Tamworth could be next on the list of water restrictions if there's no rain soon.
The suppling dams are currently stable but losing significant water every week.
Council says now is the time to start being water wise.
It's called 'the weekend effect'. A morbid statistic which reveals death rates are greater if a patient is admitted to a New South Wales hospital on the weekend than during the week.
Experts say a large part of the higher statistics is due to gravel
Everyday 50 Australian women will be told they have breast or gynaelogical cancer.
This Pink Ribbon Day locals are urged to show their support - and raise money to fight the disease.
An elderly couple say they're disgusted after their beloved car was stolen and torched over the weekend.
Emergency services say they're fed up attending destructive acts.
A woman has been flown to hospital after she lost control of her car and hit a tree at Inverell.October 28, 11:18 am
Thousands of people have hit the pavement- raising funds for breast cancer on Pink Ribbon Day.
But one man is taking breast cancer awareness to a whole new level,
As he continues his journey around the country- on a unicycle.
Today's forecast: Sunny
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