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'It's beyond me how that happens,' the magistrate said.
Allison Hore
The front of Bathurst jail. Picture is from file
An investigation into the circumstances has commenced.
Riley Krause
Orange Courthouse. File picture
'Ultimately it impacts our children and families.'
Riley Krause
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'Those two boys got me in and I've been enjoying it ever since.'
Riley Krause
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Greg Behan playing for the Oberon Tigers against the Orange United Warriors. Picture by Carla Freedman
Business news from across Orange...
Tanya Marschke
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Original Mattress Factory Orange manager Jess Bray inside the new shop. Picture by Jude Keogh
'It's beyond me how that happens,' the magistrate said.
Allison Hore
An investigation into the circumstances has commenced.
Riley Krause
Orange Courthouse. File picture
It had been almost 20 years since his last driving offence.
Staff Reporters
Orange courthouse where a truck driver was sentenced after failing a drug test. File picture

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The home is located in the heart of Orange.
Tanya Marschke
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'Units have almost become more desirable as they are low maintenance.'
Riley Krause
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Ash Bock from Our City Real Estate outside a recently sold Wakeford Street unit. Picture by Carla Freedman
She was forced into crisis accommodation.
Riley Krause
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Amanda Woodford outside her Glenroi home. Picture by Carla Freedman
It has been five years since the festival was held.
Tanya Marschke
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Business news from across Orange...
Tanya Marschke
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Why Paul and Anita Heffernan made Millthorpe 'superhost' status.
Emily Gobourg
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Meet Paul and Anita Heffernan, the proud Airbnb 'superhosts' of The Speckled Nest house and studio in Millthorpe. Pictures supplied.
Why Orange's Keryn Hackett started Bloody Good Pet Care in 2023.
Emily Gobourg
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Owner of Bloody Good Pet Care, an at-home pet minding and caring service in Orange, Keryn Hackett with some furry clients and a picture of her friend-designed logo. Pictures supplied.
The inquiry is inviting public submissions.
Fiona Ferguson
An inquiry into rural and regional crime has finally been given the green light. Picture from file.
Teenager wants to open doors for future generations.
Riley Krause
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Finley Shephard with his dog Alfie at their Lidster home. Picture by Jude Keogh
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