Bypassing community concerns

MEMBERS of the New South Wales Labor party visited Singleton yesterday and called on the Berejiklian Government to speed up the Singleton Bypass project, as the local road network continues to struggle with increasing traffic. This is the second time New South Wales Labor Leader Jodi McKay has asked the Government to come clean about […]

Stock report: March 3

By Bailey Livestock and Property THERE were 335 cattle yarded at the sale yards this week, with prices firm on last week despite low numbers. Not many cows yarded this week, topping at $3.04 per kilogram, with the yarding showing very similar to last week. A couple of small cows yarded and they sold between […]

Working tyrelessly towards sustainability

May 8 free tyre drop-off day

SINGLETON Council are on the road to increased sustainability, with the first free tyre drop off day on Saturday, March 20. Residents can drop off motorbike tyres, car tyres, four wheel drive or light truck tyres at the Singleton Waste Management Facility. See details below The Waste Management Facility will recycle 82 percent of each […]

Bushwalking all the way to June

From March 21 until June 6, Jan and Martin Fallding are offering Singleton families a bushwalking experience in their own backyards. See event details below. Martin and Jan own cabins on the edge of Mount Royal National Park and believe the best way to appreciate Australian landscape is to simply go for a walk. Led […]

Car alight at the Heights

AT approximately 10.15 last night Singleton Fire and Rescue responded to reports of a car alight in a driveway in Dunlop Close, Singleton Heights. On arrival Fire and Rescue firefighters found evidence of a fire inside the engine of a black utility ute, which had the potential to spread through the whole vehicle. Fortunately, the […]