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Town braves heat for major draw

The Narrandera Business Group’s Christmas Draw was a success on Saturday. Shoppers braved temperatures of 37 degrees to come out in support of local businesses,…


Council supports rod run with MOU

The Narrandera Shire Council yesterday agreed to provide in-kind financial assistance of $5,610.07 to the Earlies Street Rod and Custom Club for traffic control services…


Grace overwhelmed by support

Seven year-old Grace Watterson raised a phenomenal amount of money the Kids Cancer Project last week. According to her mum Bec Ruttley, Grace managed to…


Park glows for carols

Perfect weather conditions and talented performers made the annual Carols in the Park hosted by Narrandera Lions Club in the Marie Bashir Park on Sunday…


TAFE students celebrate success

Riverina TAFE Grad-uations were held throughout the region last week including Narrandera, where one lucky student earnt 100 per cent in his trial exam –…


Little girls with a big heart

As difficult as it is to gauge the mind of any child, most of wouldn’t assume that seven-year-olds could turn their tremendous energy to cancer…


Local business expanding

Audrey, Aggie and Me has been a business success story in Narrandera and now it will broaden its horizons into Leeton. Sharyn Rowlands  has built the…


Trent to take on WorldSkills

One of Narrandera’s own has won the opportunity to represent the Riverina and NSW at the National WorldSkills Australia competition. Trent Light, who is currently…


Rodders want community on board

Narrandera Earlies Rod Run organiser Steven Alldrick was in Narrandera last week canvassing the town for support for next year’s Rod Run weekend and was…


Ally clocks up 40 years

Well-known Narrandera identity Alison (Ally) Morgan is celebrating 40 years on the staff at the Narrandera District Hospital. Ally started work at the hospital in…