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James Anderson was a nineteenth-century professional golfer who won The Open Championship three consecutive times, from 1877 to 1879.
Tingha is a small town on the Northern Tablelands, New South Wales, Australia in Inverell Shire. Formerly part of Armidale Region, on 1 July 2019, responsibility for Tingha was transferred from Armidale Regional Council to Inverell Shire Council. The town is 30 kilometres (19 mi) south of Inverell and 629 kilometres (391 mi) north-north-east of Sydney. Tingha is an Aboriginal word for "flat or level".
Tingha and Tucker were children's television characters on Britain's ATV network from 1962 until 1970. Generally, the show followed a format of short weekday shows, with a Sunday special each week called The Tree House Family.
Nathan Blacklock is an Australian former professional rugby league and, briefly, rugby union footballer who played in the 1990s and 2000s. An Australia national rugby league representative wing, he played for the Sydney City Roosters, the St. George Dragons before they merged to form the St. George Illawarra Dragons, with whom he continued playing, becoming the National Rugby League's top try-scorer for three consecutive seasons from 1999 to 2001. Blacklock also played in the Super League for Hull FC, with whom he won the 2005 Challenge Cup.
Guyra Shire is the name of a former local government area located in the New England region of New South Wales, Australia. The shire was abolished on 12 May 2016, where the council, together with the Armidale Dumaresq Shire, was subsumed into the Armidale Regional Council with immediate effect.
Inverell Shire is a local government area in the North West Slopes region of New South Wales, Australia adjacent to the Macintyre River and the Gwydir Highway.
Bundarra is a small town on the Northern Tablelands of New South Wales, Australia. The town is located on Thunderbolts Way and on the banks of the Gwydir River, in the Uralla Shire local government area, 563 kilometres (350 mi) from the state capital, Sydney. At the 2016 census, Bundarra had a population of 394 and the surrounding area had 676 persons.
Brigadier Sir Arthur William McIlveen, was an Australian Salvation Army officer and soldier. McIlveen was born in Brodies Plains, a town near Inverell, in the state of New South Wales. He was the son of a farmer, William McIlveen, and Annie Lucinda, née Lockrey. Leaving school at the age of 14, McIlveen became a tin miner in Tingha, New South Wales.
Samuel Wilkinson Moore was an Australian Freetrade and Liberal Party parliamentarian who served in the New South Wales Legislative Assembly. He was the Secretary for Mines and Minister for Agriculture from 1904 until 1907 and from then, until 1910, Secretary for Lands.
Jean Morton was a British television announcer. She served as continuity announcer from the launch of the original Midlands ITV franchise holder, ATV. She was one of the four original announcers, the others being Arthur Adair, Peter Cockburn and Shaw Taylor.
Stannifer is a small rural village, on the Northern Tablelands, New South Wales, Australia. The village is situated nine kilometres north of Tingha, New South Wales on the Elsmore Road and is within Inverell Shire. Middle Creek, a tributary of the Macintyre River is nearby.
Mawsonite is a brownish orange sulfosalt mineral, containing copper, iron, tin, and sulfur: Cu6Fe2SnS8.
The Bundarra and Tingha Advocate was an English language newspaper published in Bundarra, New South Wales. It was published from 1900 to 1932.
The Tingha Advocate and North-Western Journal is an English language newspaper published in Tingha, New South Wales, Australia. It was published every Friday morning and described itself as being "bright and reliable".
Bevan French is an Australian professional rugby league footballer who plays as a fullback and winger for the Wigan Warriors in the Super League.
The Armidale Regional Council is a local government area in the New England and Northern Tablelands regions of New South Wales, Australia. This area was formed in 2016 from the merger of the Armidale Dumaresq Shire with the surrounding Guyra Shire.
Acacia leptoclada, known colloquially as sharp feather wattle, and Tingha (golden) wattle, is a species of Acacia native to northern New South Wales in eastern Australia.
Wing Hing Long & Co. Store is a heritage-listed former store and now museum at 10 Ruby Street, Tingha, Inverell Shire, New South Wales, Australia. It was built from 1881 to 1895. The property is owned by the Inverell Shire Council. It was added to the New South Wales State Heritage Register on 29 October 1999.
Alma Theodora Lee was an Australian botanist and plant taxonomist who worked at the National Herbarium of New South Wales, University of Sydney, and CSIRO. She is notable for raising the standard of systematic botany in Australia, and for her revisions of Swainsona and Typha. She also studied the Fabaceae with colleagues. The standard author abbreviation A.T.Lee is used to indicate this person as the author when citing a botanical name. She described over 40 species. The March 1991 issue of the journal Telopea was dedicated to her memory.