MIND YOUR BUSINESS: Badlands Brewery starts canning its beer with more to come

BEER CAN: Badlands Brewery senior brewer Tim Roach at the Orange Farmers Markets on Saturday.
BEER CAN: Badlands Brewery senior brewer Tim Roach at the Orange Farmers Markets on Saturday.

Badlands Brewery has taken the next step to expand its operations by filling cans with beer.

So far the brewery has released cans with its IPA, the Darkness Porter and the mid-strength beer – Al.

Senior brewer Tim Roach said extra beers would be canned later this month.

Mr Roach said the beer was easier to store and keep cool in cans.

“It allows us to supply a larger number of venues and shops,” he said.

Badlands Brewery’s cans are available from the Agrestic Grocer, Orange Farmers Market, Washington & Co, Percy’s, the Union Bank and the Lord Anson.

EXPERIENCE: Sunita Neville brings 20 years experience to Canobolas Family Pet Hospital. Photo: CONTRIBUTED

EXPERIENCE: Sunita Neville brings 20 years experience to Canobolas Family Pet Hospital. Photo: CONTRIBUTED

FAMILY ADDITION TO PET HOSPITAL

Canobolas Family Pet Hospital has welcomed Sunita Neville to the team this month.

Ms Neville has spent 20 years working as a veterinarian and has worked in Orange for 10 years.

During her career she’s worked on all aspects of animal care including medicine, surgery and dentistry.

Outside of work, Ms Neville has three children, an RSPCA cat and a terrier cross called Ruby.

OPEN DOOR: Beau, Thomas, Harrison and Harrison with Paula King at Seymour Street Early Learning Centre.

OPEN DOOR: Beau, Thomas, Harrison and Harrison with Paula King at Seymour Street Early Learning Centre.

EARLY LEARNING CENTRE REJUVENATED

Seymour Street Early Learning Centre is inviting residents to come inside on November 25.

The centre is under new management who has invested in extra resources for students as well as refurbishing the centre.

Director Paula King said the centre now boasted a bus which provided free pick-ups and drop-offs for parents.

Extra-curricular activities have also been prepared for students.

Around 90 children per day can be enrolled and Mrs King said new enrolments were welcome.

ORCHARD INNOVATION DRAPED IN GLORY

Nashdale’s Drape Net has won the Regional Achievement and Community Award for innovation.

Drape Net provides cost-effective protection from hail for apple trees, while also reducing sun burn and impact from insects.

Owner Michael Cunial said it was thanks to local orchardists who had helped get Drape Net off the ground.

DESERVED: Ash Brown and Josh Fitzgerald following One Agency Orange's win at One Agency's awards night in Sydney. Photo: CONTRIBUTED

DESERVED: Ash Brown and Josh Fitzgerald following One Agency Orange's win at One Agency's awards night in Sydney. Photo: CONTRIBUTED

TWO AWARDS FOR ONE AGENCY

One Agency Orange has secured two big awards at a recent event in Sydney.

During the One Agency Awards, the Orange real estate firm won best large regional office and Ash Brown was named sales consultant of the year.

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