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Driver attention survey

Have you ever arrived at work or home and realised that you’ve driven on ‘auto pilot’ with little recollection of the trip? Driver inattention from our mind wandering while we commute to and from work or whilst at work is an under-recognised phenomenon, according to University of Southern Queensland psychologist Bronwyn Fogarty. By undertaking Bronwyn’s brief on-line […]

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Council news

Herbicide spraying Council will be carrying out herbicide spraying during January, February, March and April 2014 in various open drains and retention ponds within the entire local government area to target grasses, reeds, annual and perennial weeds. As a precaution residents are advised to refrain from using, drinking or swimming in the water for two weeks following treatment. Only qualified […]

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Playgroup starts today

Stroud All Hands Playgroup starts up again today, Thursday 30 January, from 10am to 12 noon at Stroud School of Arts. This volunteer early childhood play organisation is affiliated with Playgroup NSW and welcomes all babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers to join in the fun and games on Thursday mornings. New mothers, fathers and grandparents welcome. The active […]

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Interested in local training this year?

Dungog Community College is considering running several heavily subsidised courses this year and would love to hear from you if you are interested in: Aged Care Certificate III | For jobseekers and those not in the workforce Bookkeeping Certificate IV | A great skill to have Training and Assessment Cert IV TAE |  The course you need […]

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‘My Jinx’

A story by Beryl Bowden More than most, I have found that I must anticipate and prepare for the unexpected. “Things” seem to happen when I’m around. My life seems to be made up of a series of minor disasters; mostly humorous, sometimes embarrassing, but never tragic. I am convinced that when I was born, […]

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2013 in review

How many sold out Opera House performances? Stroud Community Web has come a long way since its launch in March 2012!   Over the past two years this great little community blog has grown steadily to 340 subscribers – most of whom receive daily posts about what’s happening in and around the Stroud community.  Thank […]

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