2018


Hit for tourists and locals alike

Narrandera gardens were ‘stars’ again on Sunday for the annual Town and Country Open Garden Charity Day, attracting large numbers of local and regional garden…


B Grade secure win over Yanco

The Narrandera B Grade Carpheads have secured another victory, sitting pretty at the top of the ladder already. The side played the Yanco Cricket Club…


Rental spike looms in shire

An expected influx of workers into Narrandera is likely to accelerate growth in both rental and property prices over the next two years, according to…


Home game for Carpheads

The Narrandera Carpheads B Grade side will be playing a home game this weekend. The A Grade team have a general bye. B Grade will…


Signs to get makeover

Plans are afoot to develop a family of “Welcome to Narrandera” entry signs to create a vibrant, positive first impression for visitors to the shire….


Carps settle into season

With the cricket season now entering its third week, the Narrandera Carpheads are starting to hit their stride as the players settle in. The A…


Road seals challenge Council

To seal or not to seal. That is the question Narrandera Shire Council pondered at its Ordinary Meeting on Tuesday in regards to roads in…


Go-karter off to Brazil

In a sport where competitors often peak in their late teens, a 56-year-old Narrandera entrepreneur is eyeing a prestigious world title. Trevor Whitby, who runs…


Sewell family re-unite

Back home after years apart The grandchildren of Thomas and Olive Sewell got together for a reunion at Narrandera on October 6. The day started…