May 2018

In pursuit of gold

Two young Narrandera men will be taking part in the Worldskills Australia 2018 National Championships in Sydney this week. TAFE NSW Wagga commercial cookery student…


Teams travel for Milthorpe Shield

St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School participated in the Millthorpe Shield at Leeton last week. “There were girls teams and boys teams. The girls did tag…


Healing programs for town

The Wellways Narrandera Healing Day will be held this Saturday on the Town Beach and is open to everyone. Local organiser Rachael James said local…


Rail freight upgrade

The NSW Government yesterday announced funding worth $60 million for an  upgrade to the Griffith to Junee rail line. The upgrade to 174km of track will allow for 25…


Dry times tackled by the LLS

The Local Land Services held a workshop for farmers at the Narrandera Ex-services Club on Thursday, offering advice for livestock care in the current drought and dry conditions. The main feature of…


Eagles beaten in nail-biter

The Narrandera Eagles had a disappointing loss to the Wagga Tigers last Saturday, missing out on a win by two points. The final score was 82-84. The…


Sudden petrol price hike hits hard

Fluctuating petrol prices in Narrandera came under fire yet again this week with one Narrandera businessman who relies on fuel to operate his business describing them as highway robbery. When he…


They’re off! Race season starts

The Narrandera Race Club will launch their season on the weekend and it’s set to be a big year for the club. The season starts with a Spanish night,…


Driver averts disaster

A potential disaster was avoided by the actions of a Narrandera truck driver on the weekend. A truck with a full trailer of mill mix from…


Eagles captain leads netball win

A-Grade Netball Eagle Kelly Stockdale was the captain of the Riverina representative side in the weekend’s devastating victory against Farrer. Riverina won every single game against Farrer, with the under 17s and…