15 July 2013
Nyngan lass Brigid McLaughlin will once again headline the ICPA Fashion Parade at the Nyngan Ag Expo, showcasing her range of beautifully crafted unique clothing.
The Brigid McLaughlin range is timeless, embracing the concept of “slow clothing” – quality natural fabrics which will last a lifetime, well cut patterns, and unexpected detail.
All these elements take time to execute. They cultivate small luxuries which indulge the wearer. “I work with a small but exceptional team of craftspeople who excel at what they do in an industry that is at risk of losing the skills of yesteryear; the art of tailoring, draping, cutting and sewing,” she said.
“I believe in making clothes that can be collected and worn for years to come. Clothing made with great care; employing ethical and environmentally sound practices.”
Brigid’s greatest inspiration comes from the past.
15 July 2013
AGL commits to the Nygan Ag Expo as the major sponsor for 2013, 2014, Mr Rob Avard chairperson for the Ag Expo said, “we are delighted to have such a commitment with the committee celebrating 21 years of expo”.
AGL is committed to supporting the communities in which they operate and is committed to working with the community in a number of ways. AGL’s Managing Director, Michael Fraser, said: “AGL is delighted to be working with the Commonwealth and NSW Governments, our project partner First Solar, and the people of Broken Hill and Nyngan to deliver these significant renewable energy projects. They represent a tremendous opportunity for AGL and the broader solar industry to begin the roll-out of solar power as a meaningful source of generation supply in Australia. As an extra boost to the regional economies of both locations, we expect the projects to create significant new direct and flow-on employment during construction. Ongoing employment will also be generated to support project operations,” said Mr Fraser.
31 July 2012
Nyngan Ag Expo will celebrate its 20th year
This Saturday 4th August, the Central West Catchment Management Authority, Nyngan Ag Expo will celebrate its 20th year having commenced in 1992 with just four exhibitors. This year we will meet 48 new exhibitors and see the return of over 160 businesses, all who will display their wares, services and products at the Nyngan Showgrounds from 9.00am. Machinery, livestock, vehicles, art and craft, schools, gardening, fashion and children’s amusements including Rob the Kiteman, are just a sampling.
See some of the best in the state and our talented locals at the Equestrian NSW Show jumping competition. And at 1.30pm the ICPA celebrates their 14th year of Fashion Parades, don’t miss it. The biggest question prior to its commencement will be who are the models for this year’s event? Make sure you join in the fun at their major annual fundraiser!