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Light shed on doctor shortage

A lack of doctors in Narrandera has been a source of ongoing frustration for residents. For the most vulnerable in our community, it can mean…



Nurse abuse claims

Narrandera hospital nurses are still subjected to regular threats and abuse; are working long hours in isolation; and left “very vulnerable” due to lack of…


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…


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…


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….


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…


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…


National honour for ‘garden guru’

Narrandera gardening and environmental icon Betty Bradney has won the Garden Clubs Of Australia 2018 Gwendy Hansford Award for outstanding service by an individual to…


Handing over an institution

Usually when a business changes hands it means a clean slate. The previous owner, having given up their business, goes their own way, so that…