Pro Golfer Andrew Walkley and his family relocated to Armidale to enjoy the country lifestyle and help locals improve their golf handicaps.
The Date Brothers play Gypsy Jazz guitar. Although these talented siblings live in different countries, they are about to meet up in Australia and bring their combined talents to the Armidale Club.
For the first time in Armidale, the eagerly awaited Archibald Prize 2012 Tour will be opening at 6pm at the New England Regional Art Museum on 15 March 2013.
Liz Foster shares her excitement as she sets the agenda for the 2013 Wool Awards …
Meet UNE’s Xanthe Mallett, who is currently appearing on Australian free-to-air television screens as the forensic anthropologist presenting History Cold Case – a four part series which sheds light on the history of our forebears.
David tells us that in 2004, Cerebral Palsy Alliance (then known as The Spastic Centre) opened an Armidale office in one of the buildings at the old Teachers’ Training College but thanks to the generosity of Sargents Pies Charitable Foundation, they have just moved into their own brand new building.
Australia’s most celebrated netballer and now a media personality, Liz Ellis (AM) will visit Armidale next month, as special guest of the PLC Armidale Foundation. We chat with Liz about her successes and what she will be doing at PLC Armidale.
We are at the table with Jim Barber, CEO and Vice-Chancellor of the University of New England (UNE), and Dave Schmude, Director of the UNE Sports Business Development Unit and SportUNE. Both men are passionate advocates of building bridges between sport and education and opening up new opportunities for university study.
Teesh Wright describes the amazing spirit of charity our community summons when it comes to helping those affected by tragedy. We learn more about the Garrett Family Appeal …