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Aussie Hay Runners ready for last Upper Hunter run

Aussie Hay Runners (AHR) is returning to the Upper Hunter local government area (LGA) in New South Wales to provide follow-up relief after last year’s bushfires.

With the continued support of the NSW Rural Assistance Authority, Scott Stevens and the Heyfield Lions Club, Ray Akers of Gippsland Hay Relief and on-ground locals, AHR founder, Linda Widdup, and a team of volunteers and drivers are gearing up for the final return run into the LGA.

In total, 20 trucks will travel a combined 45,450 kilometres carrying 640 bales of donated hay valued at $60,800.

This will directly help farmers, their families and the community.

The trucks will travel to their meet up point in Tomingley and will set off via the Newell Highway and onto the Golden Highway to arrive in the Upper Hunter region on 6 April.

Travelling through Dunedoo, Merriwa, Denman and Aberdeen, the trucks will head to their respective depots to unload before turning around to start the journey back to Victoria.

This will be AHR’s fourth and final run into the Upper Hunter LGA.

In other news, LG Electronics has worked with its logistics and warehousing partner, DHL Supply Chain, to relocate its New South Wales distribution centre to a new warehouse in Erskine Park.

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