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Electoral district of Castlereagh

Castlereagh, or The Castlereagh until 1910, was an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly in the Australian state of New South Wales created in the 1904 re-distirbution of electorates following the 1903 New South Wales referendum, which required the number of members of the Legislative Assembly to be reduced from 125 to 90. It consisted of the abolished seat of Coonamble and part of the abolished seat of Dubbo and was named after the Castlereagh River. In 1920, with the introduction of proportional representation, it was absorbed into Wammerawa, along with Mudgee and Liverpool Plains, it was recreated in 1927 and abolished in 1991. Two party preferred vote was estimated. Preferences were not distributed. District recreated District abolished The Castlereagh was a new seat consisting of the abolished seat of Coonamble and part of the abolished seat of Dubbo; the member for Coonamble was Hugh Macdonald. The member for Dubbo was Simeon Phillips who stayed with the majority of the seat and unsuccessfully contested The Macquarie

Ril├Ęs

Rilès Kacimi, better known by his stage name Rilès, derived from the Kabyle/Berber word Aghiles meanning tiger, is a French-Algerian rapper, songwriter and record producer from Rouen. His songs sang in English. Born in France to Algerian parents, Rilès started making music since a early age by learning guitar and making Youtube covers. After obtaining a bachelor's degree, he decided to focus on music as a career. Rilès studied English literature at the University of Rouen while studying music on his own in free time, he worked as a supervisor for awhile to save up enough money and build his own home-studio in his bedroom. He began to compose and write music independently. Rilès is talented in arts, he sells his pieces of art as a way to make extra money for his music career. Rilès started his own music career by writing and mastering his own songs, as well as recording and editing his music videos; this is reflected in his song lyrics where he references recording and producing his music independently.

He released his first album, Vanity Plus Mind and released a variety of singles such as “Brothers” which became a staple and one of his biggest hits in 2016. That same year he released one song per week, every Sunday, for a year to compile into his second “album” called “RILÈSUNDAYZ”, made up of 52 songs; this includes songs "I Do it", "Should I", as some of the most popular songs. He organised in a concert tour in France in 2017 during which he performed at the Bataclan in Paris, twice at the Zenith of Rouen. 2015: Vanity Plus Mind 2019: Welcome to the jungle2022 in the jungle