WASLEYS Primary School staff, including principal Debra Fairey, will return to their roles this school year, amidst an ongoing investigation into claims children were allowed to leave the school as November’s Pinery fire descended upon the town.
THE people of Wasleys often joke about having to stand out on the road, waving their hand in the air, to get any sort of mobile phone coverage.
POOR phone reception has been a nagging problem for Wasleys residents for years, but on the day of the Pinery fire it became much more serious.
DURING the Pinery fire, the Ridley Arms Hotel, at Wasleys, became the focal point for a community beset by tragedy – this Friday night it will become a place of revival and joy.
PARENTS of students caught up in last month’s catastrophic Pinery fire will have to wait at least until the end of this week to learn if their schools responded and acted appropriately on the afternoon of Wednesday, November 25.
DONATIONS have been flowing into Wasleys to help those affected by last week’s devastating Pinery fire get back on their feet.
A LARGE land sale could pave the way for dozens of new homes to be built in the Wasleys township.
THE Wasleys community was out in force again last week, turning up at the local BMX track to lend a hand.