At the Central Western Daily, we’re local and we love it.
There are countless reasons we love to call Orange home – and you can see a few dozen of them in this short video featuring some of the amazing work of our passionate photographers and journalists.
The local faces and places showcased in this video represent just a fraction of the stories we tell.
But we hope this celebration of where we live makes you feel proud to call this region home and proud to be a part of such a diverse and vibrant community.
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“Whether it’s a breaking-news alert via email about a man missing in the forest or a live blog from the polling stations on election day, we’re here to bring you the news that matters to you,” Central Western Daily editor Tracey Prisk said.
“We’re at sporting events on the weekend, we’re at the council meetings on a Tuesday night, we’re in the court hearings when no one else is. We’re there, and we've got it covered.”
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