WHAT'S ON

What's happening in Dungog this week - July 21

Checks: (Above) The Breast Screen mobile van is visiting Dungog. Women aged 50-74 are encouraged to call and make an appointment.
Checks: (Above) The Breast Screen mobile van is visiting Dungog. Women aged 50-74 are encouraged to call and make an appointment.

Breast Screen

The Breast Screen NSW mobile van is currently at Dungog outside the District Hospital in Hospital Road and will be there until August 18.

Women in the age bracket of 50-74 are recommended to have a free screening mammogram once every two years.

You can book or check your eligibility by phoning 13 20 50.

EXHIBITION: (Left) Cosmos In My Garden is one of the works of art by Dungog artist Gaye Shield which will feature in an exhibition at Dungog By Design this month.

EXHIBITION: (Left) Cosmos In My Garden is one of the works of art by Dungog artist Gaye Shield which will feature in an exhibition at Dungog By Design this month.

Art Exhibition

Gaye Shield, the popular and talented Dungog artist is having an exhibition/sale titled "Magic" to be held in the Dungog by Design gallery at 224 Dowling Street, which is opposite the IGA.

The exhibition will open on Thursday, July 29 and finish on Monday, August 2.

The community is invited to attend the exhibition opening on Saturday, July 31 from 12 noon where refreshments will be served.

Service NSW Mobile Centre visits to Clarence Town and Paterson

Service NSW is returning to Clarence Town and Paterson with the Mobile Service Centre.

The mobile service centre will be at 48 Grey Street, Clarence Town (outside the School of Arts) on Monday, July 26 from 1 pm to 4 pm. The mobile office will then be in Paterson on July 29 from 9.30am until 3pm in Duke Street.

Service NSW staff on board can provide support across a broad range of services including: renewing a driver's licence or vehicle registration; processing of medical and mobility parking permits; processing of RSA and RCG cards; undertaking driver knowledge tests; applying for births, deaths and marriages certificates; applications and renewals for Working With Children Checks; consulting with a Cost of Living specialist for help accessing more than 70 government rebates and savings.

The Mobile Service Centres will accept cashless payments on both days - either by credit and debit card or cheque.

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