June 2018

Domestic violence: help is only a phone call away

Narrandera’s Domestic Violence Intervention Committee hosted an awareness morning tea last Thursday for  people to understand the resources and staff available to help. Sid Barone from the Griffith Aboriginal Medical Service, Jesmine Coromandel from…



40 year milestone

Members of the Narrandera District Garden Club marked 40 years of ‘Friendship through Gardening’ with a celebratory lunch at the Ex-servicemen’s Club last weekend. Special guests were President …


Demons get the better of Eagles

The Narrandera Eagles netball sides (pictured) had a hammering last weekend,  with all five senior teams suffering a loss to the Collingullie Glenfield Park Demons. “It was not a…


Autumn Winter 2018

Your heating options The main types of heaters include electric heaters, gas heaters and reverse-cycle air conditioners and the best option depends on a few…


Greening of tower environs

Rotary Narrandera, in partnership with Landcare, has started work on a landscaping project at the Narrandera water tower environs. Volunteers from Rotary, Landcare and Narrandera High…


Kick start to the season

The LW Peacock Memorial Cup was held last Saturday, and despite the grim weather the day went off without a hitch. “It was really good,” said…


Red Dust aims to help life choices

Red Dust Healing, a program aimed at helping people to lead better lives, was held at the Narrandera TAFE Campus last Wednesday. The program was created and facilitated by Tom Powell who  uses…


Rain no dampener for Lizards

The Narrandera Lizards braved the cold and rain to play a phenomenal day of rugby league. Both the junior and the senior Lizards were playing in chilly damp conditions, which affected play….