Rotary Public Speaking competition still going strong after forty years

  THE Rotary Club of Raymond Terrace hosted their ‘Annual Primary School Debating Competition’ this week. Modern Media: Advertise with News Of The Area and you get your ad in 1) in Print, 2) on the News Website (like this ad), and 3) on our Social Media news site. A much more

Irrawang Geography students are going places

THE Australian Geography Competition results were recently announced, and our very own Irrawang High School held their own against the nation’s best, achieving enviable results for nearly twenty students who entered. Or CLICK FOR ADVERT QUOTE Irrawang High School students who entered the Australian Geography Competition attained excellent results. Those who gained a

Cash Prizes for National Short Story Competition

  NEWS Of The Area (NOTA) is linking arms with Tilligerry Adult and Community Education (TACE) to co-sponsor a national short story competition which is now open for entry. Or CLICK FOR ADVERT QUOTE Former school principal and chief judge Lloyd Hogg said that with prize money of $1100, the competition will draw

Cash Prizes for National Short Story Competition

  NEWS Of The Area (NOTA) is linking arms with Tilligerry Adult and Community Education (TACE) to co-sponsor a national short story competition which is now open for entry. Or CLICK FOR ADVERT QUOTE Former school principal and chief judge Lloyd Hogg said that with prize money of $1100, the competition will draw

Cash Prizes for National Short Story Competition

  NEWS Of The Area (NOTA) is linking arms with Tilligerry Adult and Community Education (TACE) to co-sponsor a national short story competition which is now open for entry. Or CLICK FOR ADVERT QUOTE Former school principal and chief judge Lloyd Hogg said that with prize money of $1100, the competition will draw

Step Back in Time: King Street Heritage Festival Saturday, May 20, 2017 Free event

The colourful King Street Heritage Festival will descend on the historic street in the Port Stephens town of Raymond Terrace on Saturday, May 20, 2017, with locals dressing in period costumes to enjoy folk dancing, bonnet parades, live Celtic music and a  ‘majestic beard’ competition. Or CLICK FOR ADVERT QUOTE The ‘Step

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