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Chinese arrive to make gate decision


   

Chinese arrive to make gate decision
Thursday, 31 October 2013

A delegation of six people from the Urumqi Foreign Affairs Office arrived in Narrandera yesterday to meet with the Narrandera Shire Council to discuss the Chinese gate construction.

Categories: All Local News, Council


Carpheads eager to knock down Stags


   

Carpheads eager to knock down Stags
Thursday, 31 October 2013

Yanco Hotel bowled over the Narrandera Carpheads back in the first round, but Carpheads senior player Brent Lawrence is confident his boys can turn it around on the Stags this Saturday.

Categories: All Local News, Sports
By Stephen Charlton


Indigenous tradition burning bright


   

Indigenous tradition burning bright
Thursday, 31 October 2013

Narrandera's Brendan Lyons, 15, learned a lot about his Aboriginal heritage after spending a term at Tirkandi Inaburra, a residential program that aims to empower young men and strengthen their cultural identity.

Categories: All Local News, People
By Stephen Charlton


Arts make a splash at Summer Sets


   

Arts make a splash at Summer Sets
Thursday, 31 October 2013

With Narrandera warming up and the holidays just around the corner, local performers are getting ready to wow the crowd at the second Salvation Army Summer Sets charity concert on Saturday January 12.

Categories: All Local News, Events, Arts
By Stephen Charlton


Seconds coaches turn a new leaf


   

Seconds coaches turn a new leaf
Tuesday, 29 October 2013

New Narrandera Eagles coaches Ben Powell and Ian Donaldson have been tasked with turning around the reserves team that took the wooden spoon last year.

Categories: All Local News, Sports


Carpheads hammer L&D


   

Carpheads hammer L&D
Tuesday, 29 October 2013

Narrandera A-grade Carpheads knocked the previously-undefeated L&D out of the park on Saturday in Narrandera, sending the visitors home after a 96-run hammering.

Categories: All Local News, Sports


Awnings impact on town


   

Awnings impact on town
Tuesday, 29 October 2013

Sections of footpath in East Street cordoned off due to concerns about the integrity of a deteriorating awning have led to concerns about effects on businesses trading in the building as well as loss of a considerable number of parking spaces in the main street.

Categories: All Local News, Council, Business
By Stephen Charlton


Town packed with Freemasons


   

Town packed with Freemasons
Tuesday, 29 October 2013

Narrandera may not have an active Masonic lodge these days, but the town is packed with Freemasons nonetheless this week due to the Mobile Masons NSW and ACT Inc annual rally.

Categories: All Local News, Events


Two state titles for young rider


   

Two state titles for young rider
Thursday, 24 October 2013

Corobimilla resident Sascha Parker-Eade, 7, had a very successful show at the NSW Horse of the Year State Titles held at Hawkesbury Showground in Sydney last weekend.

Categories: All Local News, Sports


Bakery hosts festival event


   

Bakery hosts festival event
Thursday, 24 October 2013

Narrandera Bakery owner Nic Jensen hosted a bread-making workshop at the bakery on Tuesday in conjunction with Barellan's Whispering Pines Organic.

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