Monthly Archives: March 2019

Job expo at Shoalhaven Highphotos

Many Shoalhaven High School students now know what career paths they want to follow in the future, following a successful jobs expo.
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From careers in the military to what the local university can offer – the students were able to get information on a variety of career options.

Job expo at Shoalhaven High | photos IN CONTROL: Mark Bowerman has fun in one of the flight simulators at the jobs expo.

INFORMATION GATHERING: At the recent jobs expo Emma Wright, Storm Toms and Kirralee Pearson got advice on career directions.

SKY HIGH: Brett Rushton gets some advice on joining the air force from corporal Jacques Becker.

FUTURE PLANS: Student leader Chiarna Ell with Nic Butler, Lewis Tighe and Josh Killick at the recent expo.

IF THE HAT FITS: Chloe Tomlinson has a bit of fun at the recent jobs expo.

JOIN THE FORCE: Joshua Mirabito with Senior Constable Steve White at the recent jobs expo.

GO TO UNI: At the recent jobs expo Laura Banwell and Jyde Haynes found out about the University of Wollongong.

INFORMATION GATHERING: At the recent jobs expo Emma Wright, Storm Toms and Kirralee Pearson got advice on career directions.

IF THE HAT FITS: Chloe Tomlinson has a bit of fun at the recent jobs expo.

HAIR STYLE: Lillian Spence from the Shoalhaven Community College plaits Adrianne Garzoli’s hair.

FIRST HAND EXPERIENCE: Liam Jose chats to Aengus Ylias from the University of Wollongong.

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Happy 90th birthday Peg Dolahenty

BORN and raised in Muswellbrook Margaret “Peg” Dolahenty celebrated her 90th birthday on May 27.
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And, she has been treated to a number of festive celebrations over the past month to congratulate her on reaching the milestone.

Apart from a couple of years working in Sydney, Ms Dolahenty has been living in the same house she grew up in all her life.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY: Peg Dolahenty during one of her birthday celebrations on Friday.

Her parents built the house when they were married, and she continued to live in it.

“I was born and bred here so I’ve got my roots here,” she said.

Ms Dolahenty had a twin sister, Patricia Lamond, and a brother David “Neville” Dolahenty.

She worked in various offices around Muswellbrook over the decades, including a time at Campbell’s Corner – which she says looks lovely now after the renovations.

She was working in general office duties at Muswellbrook Shire Council when she retired in 1989.

Ms Dolahenty said she had had a long and happy life with good friends and relations, and that she had always participated in sport.

When she no longer played golf, she picked up croquet.

While she has seen big changes in Muswellbrook since she was born, Ms Dolahenty said they are positive.

“It’s not the quiet country town I grew up in,” she said.

“But, the changes are wonderful.”

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Support set to flow for Polimeni family

Support set to flow for Polimeni family Harden Murrumburrah Junior League
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Harden Soccer Club: One minute’s silence for our friend & mate Lui. Thankyou to everyone who gathered together, so much love & respect for a beautiful young man.‪#‎livelikelui‬ ‪#‎playlikelui‬

Harden Murrumburrah Junior League

Harden Murrumburrah Junior League

Harden Murrumburrah Junior League

Tumut Under 9s league tag: Round 7: Tumut v Wodonga ‪#‎livelikelui‬ ‪#‎playlikelui‬

Tumut Under 9s league tag: Round 7: Tumut v Wodonga ‪#‎livelikelui‬ ‪#‎playlikelui‬

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Cootamundra Bulldogs: Our beautiful under 9 boys wearing black arm bands and paying respect to Lui. ‪#‎livelikelui‬ ‪#‎playlikelui‬

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Harden Murrumburrah Junior League Under 12s league tag.

Yass Minor Rugby League: We would like to once again share our condolences with Lui Polimeni’s family, friends, and the Gundagai Tigers. Some of our under 16 boys and under 18 girls knew Lui and have been very saddened by his loss. Along with the under 16 Queanbeyan Kangaroos and under 18 Gungahlin Bulls girls they observed a minute silence and fielded black arm bands as a sign of their respect and support.

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So proud today of all sporting codes that have made time to honour a life taken way too soon today well done to all the Bulls and Bullettes

Dylan Arabin: Today i played for you Lui Polimeni and so did everyone else, you helped us to our 10-4 win. Fly hight mate. ‪#‎PlayLikeLui‬

Yass Junior Rugby Union Club: Fun in the rain! ‪#‎playlikelui‬

Harden Soccer Club: One minute’s silence for our friend & mate Lui. Thankyou to everyone who gathered together, so much love & respect for a beautiful young man.‪#‎livelikelui‬ ‪#‎playlikelui‬

Shaythomas200: Minute silence for the one and only Lui #forlui #playlikelui #rememberlui

Wagga Kangaroos #playlikelui

Wagga Kangaroos #playlikelui

Wagga Kangaroos #playlikelui

Wagga Kangaroos: Minute’s silence for Lui before the U15.

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Yass Rams U9’s #playlikelui #livelikelui

This one is for you Lui #livelikelui #playlikelui #13

Shaythomas200: Done for you Lui #Lui #playlikelui

Ethandayy_: #playlikeLUI #heswatchingus #rememberhim #forever LUI

O_bartlett: #playlikelui #livelikelui

Gundagai Tigers U16s.

Wagga Kangaroos and Gundagai Tigers U16s stand in one minute’s silence.

Gundagai Tigers U16s take part in the one minute’s silence for teammate Lui Polimeni.

Gundagai Tigers U16s take a moment for Lui.

Wagga Kangaroos U16s stand in contemplation for the one minute’s silence.

Gundagai Tigers U16s prepare for their first game without Lui.

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WALK DOWN MEMORY LANE: June 2003 – Part 2Photos

WALK DOWN MEMORY LANE: June 2003 – Part 2 | Photos Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.
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Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

Photos from the pages of the Daily Liberal in June 2003.

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The Cash Cow comes knocking

Danelle Pike was speechless for the first time in her life when Channel Seven’s Sunrise Cash Cow knocked on her door on Monday to present her with $80,000. She had been on her way to work that morning when her phone rang, she hit the Bluetooth button, and the voice of Sunrise presenter David Koch came from her speakers to tell her she was that morning’s Cash Cow winner.
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Sunrise viewers enter the competition with a code word revealed each day during the show, and the prize jackpots if the daily winner doesn’t answer the phone within three rings. The prize was on a streak of missed calls when Danelle won, turning what could have been a $10,000 win to $80,000 instead. Danelle is a regular entrant and a devoted Sunrise viewer, who records the show when she can’t be home to watch it.

Only her dogs were at home on Monday morning, sitting in front of the fire with the show playing while Danelle accepted her prize, told the hosts she planned to invest it in her small business, and even proposed that Kochie come to Mudgee to help her and speak to the local Chamber of Commerce. “They were lovely, but they had to cut me off because I just kept on talking!” Danelle said. For nearly four years, Danelle has run Mudgee Cleaning Supplies, providing local businesses with supplies such as chemicals, vaccuums, buckets, mops, brooms, commercial glass washers and crockery. She’s ready to expand the business now, and has ideas for advertising, marketing and promotion, and a long term goal of setting up a premises in town. Danelle knew she needed to put more money behind the business if she was to expand, so she had recently taken on an additional part-time job – which was where she was going when Sunrise called. She invited friends around after her win, mowed the lawn, and prepared the house for the Cash Cow’s arrival that afternoon. When the Cash Cow came to the door, Danelle – who hadn’t stopped talking since the morning call – was struck silent, and could do nothing but hug her bovine benefactor. Danelle was interviewed by a producer for the next morning’s broadcast, and said she had no plans to sink the money into a holiday; she was just keen to get to work. The one luxury she intends to allow herself is replacing her work van with one that has a working air conditioner.

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