A decision to change the opening date and reduce the operating hours of the Wee Waa Memorial Swimming Pool has been labelled ‘disgraceful’ and ‘devastating’ by members of the community. “Poor decisions have been made regarding the pool without consultation with local community and sporting clubs who access the pool,” said Wee Waa Swimming Club […]
I would like to congratulate the winners of the Business Awards, great job! But let’s not forget all the businesses in town as they struggle through these difficult times. We do have a wonderful collection of amazing stores in our town that supply us with an interesting variety of products. So I would like to encourage you all to support our town this year when thinking Christmas purchases “Let’s Support Local” so that we can maintain the choices we can now boast. If you can’t find what you are chasing don’t be afraid to ask as in my experience, most businesses are more than happy to find what you need. Thinking Christmas? Think Local!
NSW Deputy Premier John Barilaro officially opened the Dangar Park playground area on Sunday September 15. The new area includes $335,000 worth of recreational facilities. The funds have provided play equipment, shade sails, an electric barbecue, outdoor gym equipment, cricket nets and a basketball half-court. The Narrabri Shire Council mayor Cathy Redding cut the ribbon […]
In superb spring weather, 45 golfers enjoyed the fun of the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service’s annual Golf Day, said Sharon Grellman, the WRHS support Group chair for the Wee Waa region. “The course was dry but the enthusiasm was high,” said Mrs Grellman. “Local rules applied and a tee-up was permitted unless you were in […]
One of Australia’s best known jazz musicians, James Morrison will be on hand when Mendooran Central School celebrates 150 years of continuous public education from November 29 to December 1. James will be taking his whole Morrison Family Band to the Sesquicentenary celebrations at the school where their father George was school captain in 1949. Ex Mendooran Central pupils are spread far and wide and the sesqui centenary organisers want as many as possible to return for the celebrations.