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The Stoners, a small town in New South Wales in central Australia, have fallen apart.

Stoneridge was founded in the 1950s by a family of farmers, including John Stoner, who later opened a bar in the town.

Stoners were one of the most prominent towns in New England and became the backdrop for the first series of the sitcom Stoner’s Creek.

The town has fallen into a financial crisis, with the majority of Stoneridges pubs closed.

The owner, the Stonerheims, has gone into administration.

The Stonerchees are being assisted by the NSW Rural Development Agency, which is also providing assistance to other towns.

In an article for the ABC, Stonerght says it’s been a “challenge to survive”, and the family has lost their homes and all their belongings.

“It’s been difficult for us to keep our heads above water, but we’re doing well and have managed to survive,” he said.

“We’ve lost everything, and we’re trying to find a way to move on.”

He said the family still had about 50 people living in their home, and he was still working with a friend who lives in Melbourne.

“The situation we’re in right now, it’s a little bit difficult,” he explained.

“But it’s better than it was a few years ago.”

Stoneridges bar has been shut for a few monthsThe Stonerchees say they have had to turn to online fundraising and are hoping to raise $20,000 to buy the business.

They have also put up signs saying they’re open again, but that the Stonercakes have been forced to shut the bar.

“They don’t want to be in business, they don’t even want to have a bar anymore,” Mr Stoner said.

He said he has also contacted the local councils in the area and has contacted the State Government.

“Hopefully we’ll have the support of the local authorities in getting a bar licence,” he added.

“I’m not saying it’ll happen, but hopefully we’ll get that licence.”

Stoneridge is in the rural NSW state of Victoria, which was the first in Australia to introduce compulsory minimum wage legislation in 2016.