April 2020

Cropping bonanza

The Narrandera district has already exceeded its total rainfall for 2019 and is on the way to bank rolling one of the biggest winter crops…


Taking the shot

The region’s netballers will have three upgraded courts to play the 2021 season on at Barellan thanks to Narrandera Shire Council kicking in $30,000. The…


Kick start to tourism

With the shire’s $30 million tourism industry decimated, Narrandera Tourism is working towards a joint brochure with surrounding councils, Leeton, Murrumbidgee and Lockhart. Narrandera Shire…


Power punches

Bidgee Boxing has tackled the COVID-19 self-isolation period with gusto, initiating video training schedules to keep fitness programs on track. Personal trainer Rachael Hyde said…


Lateral thinking

Narrandera Business Group members are promoting a new social media site, Narrandera Online, Takeaway and Delivery Services, with links and resources useful for businesses during…


Still on track

Narrandera Race Club is pushing forward with its season opener, the LH Peacock Memorial Race Meeting set down for June 13. The six-race meeting will…


Just like the good old days

An old fashion home delivery service of milk, meat, bread and groceries has been embraced by Narrandera Shire residents. Brett Hocking, of Narrandera Milk, Drinks…


Howzat girls!

Narrandera High Schools open girl’s cricket team scored a convincing win in a knockout played at Leeton High School ovals on March 13. In the…


Business ups ante to open

As the COVID-19 cases in the Murrumbidgee Local Health District climb to 35 and Narrandera records its first case, the town’s retail sector is finding…


Gone fishin’

With social gatherings, sporting games and events being postponed Narrandera’s Bait, Balls and Bullets shop owner, Bobbie Hill has some ideas on how to keep…