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Climate outlook for August to November 2020

The Bureau of Meteorology has released the climate forecast from August to November 2020.

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VALE - Captain Lino Mastronardi

It is with deep regret that on Monday we will farewell our enigmatic Borenore RFB Captain Lino Mastronardi who sadly passed away.

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March Brigade Working Bee

March Brigade working bee. What great community spirit. These volo's really do look after their station.

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Newcrest's Working "Safely" Together Donations

What can we say but "THANKYOU". The great teams at Worley, UCA and Newcrest working "Safely" together have donated generously to Canobolas Zone, it is very much appreciated. Well done on your safety record!

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March/Clergate Brigade Station garden

March/Clergate Brigade showing off the Brigade Station garden.

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Blown Away by Donations

During the last horrific Fire Season we were inundated with donations by local businesses, organisations, groups and individuals. The donations came in all shapes and sizes from goods, food, cleaning and hygiene products to cash funds.

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Millthorpe House Fire

Just after 8pm on the 14th May, Millthorpe Brigade, along with Spring Hill Brigade, Blayney RFS brigade, and Blayney Fire and Rescue, were called to a house fire. No one was home at the time of fire.

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Welcome Home Springsides Canter

Today marks the return of the Springside 7 tanker home to Canobolas Zone after a very long tour of duty which included multiple Firegrounds across the State during this past disastrous Summer.

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State Forests HR Works Lidster

Forestry Corporation have advised that HR Burning is being conducted over the next few days off Cargo Road in the Glenwood State Forest some 8kms west of Nashdale.

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Kinross area Hazard Reduction

Whilst the Fire Season of 2019/20 still fresh in our minds the upcoming fire season draws closer and whilst locally we escaped the damaging campaign fires suffered by many Districts across the State we, more than ever, need to continue our locally developed culture of reducing the fire risk through selective low intensity hazard reduction burning.

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