The Newcastle Advertiser wished the matriculants everything of the best for their final examinations and whatever the future brought.
During her performance, Riana explained she was born and bred in Newcastle, but had last visited her hometown in 2017.
The Newcastle Advertiser wishes the matriculants the best of fortune for their final exams.
Local golfers gravitated to the Kilbarchan Golf Club on Sunday, October 7 to participate in the Chinese Chamber of Commerce Sponsored Open Day.
Around 100 golfers competed in this event, taking full advantage of favourable weather conditions.
At the conclusion of the parkrun event, entrants meet at the nearby coffee shop to reward themselves with a scrumptious breakfast and get a chance to mingle with other competitors.
2018 marked the 68th anniversary of SANSTPC, and according to Natalie Schnuir, one of the organisers of this year’s competition, it was one of the most exciting championships yet.
It was also announced that more than R6 000 was raised for Home Meah – well done!
York Village played host to a variety of exhibitors, who regularly showcase their entrepreneurial skills.
The dress code was strictly heritage or ‘floral glam’, and the female guests took the opportunity to show off in traditional attire and flowing floral frocks.
“The event attracts tourism to Newcastle and we will ensure 25 years is a huge success. See you in 2019!”