Everything old is new again, and Moree on a Plate is on the move, back to where it all started two decades ago.
Two Moree health students have received a $10,000 boost to their university studies as part of a pair of long-running local scholarships. Congratulations to Madelyn Johnson and Morgan O'Dempsey.
Moree and surrounding areas are expected to grow over the next 20 years with the arrival of the Inland Rail and the Special Activation Precinct (SAP). Now is your chance to have your say.
The first official sod of soil has been turned on a massive $1.9 million revitalisation of Moree’s home of sport, Ron Harborne Oval.
The Moree Community is showing their support as the local council places Moree Saleyards up for new ownership. Moree Plains Shire Council is seeking an Expressions of Interest (EOI) from suitable applicants who may be interested in leasing or purchasing the Moree Livestock Selling Centre.
The Blak Markets will be running for the first time in Moree on Sunday 29 October at the Aboriginal Sculpture walk at Jellicoe Park.
Moree has hosted Pollies on the Plains this week as Opposition Leader, Peter Dutton and local Member for Parkes, Mark Coulton step out of the office and onto the farm to hear firsthand, the real issues of the land.
Moree locals who have a membership at the Moree Artesian Aquatic Centre (MAAC) will have their memberships placed on hold throughout October while essential works are completed.