April 2018

Narrandera remembers

ANZAC Day memorial services were well attended across Narrandera. Grong Grong’s march and service purportedly had roughly 100 people in attendance, including travellers who were…



Scott’s off to State!

Scott Blundell pulled off an excellent performance last weekend at the King of MX round four qualifier in Young. “He’s off to State,” said his…


Council to manage Crown land

Changes are underfoot to the way that Crown Land is to be managed in NSW. The Crown Lands Management Act 2016 (CLMA) will see the…


Historic grandstand damaged by vandals

The timber boards at the grandstand at Marie Bashir Park suffered significant damage in a vandalism attack which the Narrandera Shire Council estimates will cost…


Mixed results for Eagles

It was a slightly bumpy start for the Eagles last weekend, with both seniors’ teams for netball and football suffering losses. “It was sort of…


Council chooses projects for community funding

A slew of local projects were considered at Tuesday’s council meeting to be applied for funding under round two of the Stronger Country Communities Fund. Representatives from sporting clubs, churches…


Season kicks off

The Narrandera Imperial Football Netball Club is looking forward to the start of the season, with a new major sponsor lined up for the next three years. The season kicks…


Marching for Science

A call for informed political policy The annual March for Science was held over the weekend, and for the second year in a row, the Narrandera community…


Milestone for girls’ team

The Narrandera Junior Lizards attended an open gala day at Leeton on Saturday, gearing the teams up for the biggest year in memory. “We’ve got 105…