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  • Hawks A Class Act

      Adam Byrne had a blinder at fullback against Binalong. The First Grade side ran out winners 30-6 against a… Keep Reading

  • Hawkettes Too Good

    The Harden Hawkettes aren’t sleeping giants they are competition front runners and favourites and everyone knows it. After claiming last… Keep Reading

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Twin Town Times Scoreboard

Rugby League Results from George Tooke Shield. Round 2 McLean Oval and Binalong Rec Oval. Hawks V Crookwell First Grade were defeated 14-10. Hawkettes won 22-0. Youth League won 44-6. Brahmans V North Canberra Bears First Grade were defeated 30-12. Jersey Girls won 24-6. MAKE SURE YOU HEAD TO FACEBOOK TO CHECK OUT OUR GALLERIES… Keep Reading

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Hawks A Class Act

  Adam Byrne had a blinder at fullback against Binalong. The First Grade side ran out winners 30-6 against a determined Brahmans out fit. The Twin Town Times is lucky to have the services of Harden’s Paul ‘Wings’ McCarthy and Binalong’s Richard Glover, ‘bos indicus’ as our resident Rugby League reporters. They definitely love to… Keep Reading

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Hawkettes Too Good

The Harden Hawkettes aren’t sleeping giants they are competition front runners and favourites and everyone knows it. After claiming last year’s GF at McLean Oval the lady Hawks have gone from strength to strength. They went close to defeating Campbelltown in the Young League Tag round Robin earlier in the season and showed up several… Keep Reading

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Young Hawks Sting Bears

If Patrick Smith doesn’t have a nickname on the footy field yet, he will soon. One suggestion could be the ‘Exterminator’. Smith playing from Hooker for the young Hawks was brutal in defence and if he continues to play like this, the spectators will be very appreciative. The Hawks were too good for the North… Keep Reading

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Hawks Home Game – Kick off time Change For Saturday

Game times for Saturday’s clash against the Crookwell Green Devils have changed. The U18s will now kick off at 12:30, Hawkettes 1:50pm and First Grade will take the field at 2:50pm. Australian Coach and Rugby League Legend Mal Meninga will be at McLean Oval to watch the main game before being guest speaker at the… Keep Reading

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A Modern Soldier – Brad Giddings

Brad Giddings with wife Carrie and their two daughters Evie and Lola after the morning service on Tuesday. Brad Giddings. I served in the Australian Army for 7 years in The Royal Australian Infantry Corps. I was based at 6th Battalion, The Royal Australian Regiment (6RAR) at Gallipoli Barracks in Brisbane. During my service, I… Keep Reading

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Tyson and Hunter Ings were a part of the crowd who attended the 6:00am Dawn Service at Newson Park. AUDIO OF LAST POST PLEASE CLICK ON LINK  LAST POST AUDIO Anzac Day Commemorations commenced this morning with Galong’s 5:30am service at the Memorial Hall and Wombat’s 6:00am service in Rose Street. The Harden Newson Park… Keep Reading

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At The Going Down of the Sun and in the Morning We Will Remember Them

Twin Town Times staff attended Newson Park tonight to visit the Cenotaph at 815pm. We would like to share the following poem and photographs with our readers. Photos taken with an iPhone with the assistance of car headlights. Dawn Service Newson Park commences 6am. ………………………………………………………. He stands silent, hasn’t moved a bone. A son, a brother… Keep Reading

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Can You Guess Who This Week’s Local Legend Is?

  Many of Harden – Murrumburrah’s most prominent projects and organisations have the fingerprints of one lady all over them. It is clear that our towns would not be the same without her invaluable and extensive contributions. Born in Harden on April 22, 1945, she is the daughter of George and Edith (nee Chamberlien) Bruce. She… Keep Reading

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Work Near McMahon’s Reef Road – Burley Griffin Way Set for Half Million Dollar Upgrade

  Member for Cootamundra Katrina Hodgkinson advises motorists changed traffic conditions will be in place later this month as safety improvement work starts on Burley Griffin Way near McMahon’s Reef Road, east of Harden-Murrumburrah. Katrina said the NSW Government had allocated $560,000 for the project to improve road user safety. “Roads and Maritime Services will… Keep Reading

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Sam Headed To Nationals After Sydney Royal Win

Sam Phillips has excelled at this year’s Junior Merino Judging Competition State Finals, beating a substantial field of competitors to come out on top. Sam, the son of Yarrawonga Merino Stud owners Steve and Liz Phillips, competed in Canberra earlier in the year, in order to qualify for the State Final, which was held at… Keep Reading

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Axe Falls On Southern Weekly Insert – Fairfax Media

The Southern Weekly will cease publishing this week with Fairfax media announcing that April 24 will be the final edition. The Southern Weekly website said “Over the years the publication and its associated online presence has provided both information and an insight into life on the land in the region. We would like to thank… Keep Reading

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Hilltops Council – What A Bloody Mess – From The Editor

From the Editor. Pictured is Twin Town Times Editor, Matthew Stadtmiller. Hilltops’ Council General Manager Anthony McMahon’s salary doesn’t pass the ‘pub’ test. It’s as simple as that. Social Media proved that this week, with local residents very angry at his remuneration of $272,900 a year or $5,248 a week. It is a lot of… Keep Reading

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Demondrille Dazzle

Paddy and Charlie Davis with their winning ram, ewe and fleece combination at the Royal Sydney Easter Show last week. Demondrille Merino Stud has cleaned up at the Royal Sydney Easter Show, taking home some of the competition’s finest awards. The stud took out the Supreme Ram, Supreme Ewe and Grand Champion Fleece during last… Keep Reading

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End of an Era for Twin Town Pizza & Kebabs

Joe Nwesser and his family will be calling it a day for now, at their Pizza and Kebab shop in Murrumburrah. The family will be opening a new shopfront in the main Street in Young. Joe Nwesser, wife Vesna and daughter Bella will be finishing up for now at the Murrumburrah Pizza Shop which they… Keep Reading

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McLean Oval Hawks V Brahmans This Saturday

The Harden Hawks will be taking on their old foes the Binalong Brahmans this Saturday at McLean Oval. The U18s will take the field against the North Canberra Bears at 1pm. Ladies League Tag will see the Hawkettes V the Jersey Girls at 2:20pm before the Hawks take on the Brahmans at 3:20pm. It is… Keep Reading

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