9am:That’s all we’ve got time for today. Check back tomorrow for the latest inregional news.
In the meantime, why not take a closer look at today’s news?
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8.50am: A coronial inquiry into the Wambelong fire near Coonabarabranthat destroyed 53 houses has heard the incident wasmarred by communication breakdowns, mistaken predictions by fire analysts, and local residents being given incorrect information.
8.40am: Want to know what’s making news in other regions? Here is a collection ofevery front page from Fairfax papers across Australia.
8.30am: Kids say the darnedest things. Check out what year 3 Gold at St John’s Catholic Primary schoolwould do if they were the mayor of Dubbo.
Year 3 Gold at St Johns Catholic Primary school
8.20am: The ICC Cricket World Cup trophy will make a trip to Dubbo as part of a regional tour before next year’s tournament in Australia and New Zealand.
The ICC Cricket World Cup trophy
The trophy will be in Dubbo on December 2.
8.10am: In a display of the impactpeople power can have, Dubbo City Council has halted construction of a roundabout in Baird Drive after a protest.
Rebecca Boehme, Annette Webber and (front) Mathilda Boehme at the roundabout that they say is poorly-designed. Photo: GREG KEEN
The roundabout is in an awkward location at theintersection of Baird Drive, Lansdowne Drive and Bellbird Way.
Because streets are offset, the introduction of aroundabout have eliminated the right turn option from Baird Drive onto Bellbird way.
Council have announced a temporary halt to construction but say there is no guarantee theright-turn manoeuvre could be reinstated.
8am: Now a quick look at the national news:
POLITICS: There are growing concerns the federal government’s free trade agreement deal with China could do more harm than good.
POLITICS: Tony Abbott and Vladimir Putin have come face to face at APEC and talked about MH17. In case you are wondering, there was no shirtfronting.
FINANCE: Bad news for savers with the major banks cutting the interest rates paid on term deposits. Pensioners and self-funded retirees are expected to be among those worst affected.
7.50am: Customers of Myer, the Commercial Hotel and other businesses in that area should be aware that Brown’s Avenue, the entrance to the Myer car park off Brisbane Street, will be closed on 14th, 17th and 28th of November between 7am and 3.30pm.
Essential Energy is upgrading the underground power supply in that area. During those times the one way road on the northern side of the Commercial Hotel (left side if looking at it from the front)will be converted to two way.
At all other times Brown’s Lane will be open.
7.45am: The HSC is over for another year and while many students are now eagerly awaiting their HSC results and ATAR scores, they are also now able to let their hair down.
Now is the time to relax for year 12 students now their HSC commitments are over. Photo: GREG KEEN
Have a look at some photos from formals forSt Johns, the Dubbo Christian College, Dubbo College Senior Campus and Macquarie Anglican Grammar School.
7:35am: In other local news:
WELLINGTON: A competitor in the Wings Over Wellington event remains in a critical condition after a hang gliding accident.
Simon Plint was flown to Liverpool hospital after the incident on Monday.
ORANA: The crowd at yesterday’s Remembrance Day ceremonies across the region paid tribute to those who sacrificed their lives for Australia in war and conflict. See coverage from Dubbo, Narromineand the story of Wellington remembering one of its own World War I heroes.
NARROMINE: The relocation of the cenotaph will begin today. Yesterday’s Remembrance Day ceremonies were significant because they were the last with the cenotaph in its current location
7.20am: There has been another terrible accident on our region’s roads with two killed in a two-car collision at Molong.
Police are investigating after a Ford Laser and a Subaru Outback collided on the Euchareena Road intersection on Shades Creek Road at approximately 5pm yesterday afternoon.
A 16-year-old learner driver was driving the Laser, with her 39-year-old mother in the passenger’s seat.
They died at the scene, while the occupants of the Subaru Outback, a woman, one-year-old and a newborn baby, were not injured.
Both vehicles have been seized for mechanical examination.
Police from Canobolas Local Area Command are investigating the circumstances surrounding the incident and will prepare a report for the information of the Coroner.
Police are urging anyone with information in relation to this incident to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page: https://nsw.crimestoppers南京夜网.au/
7am: Good morning and happy hump day,
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DUBBO / NYNGAN / TRANGIE: It will be sunny today with light winds in the morning. Dubbo a top of 33, Nynganand Trangie 35.
COBAR / BOURKE: Also expected to be sunny with gusts of wind before easing off later in the day. Cobar a top of 35, Bourke a very warm 38.
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