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Topical 10/10/19

Ideas for the next ‘Back to the ‘Bri and the next Narrabri Truck Show are already enthusiastically circulating after the success of the weekend’s events. There is no doubt Back to the ‘Bri will grow into a regular and well attended community event - thanks to the hard...

‘Fed up’ with climate activists

Am I the only one fed up with climate activists? The climate is going to change no matter what. It has been doing so since the world began and will do while ever the world lasts. If the climate never changed we would still be living in the ice age. As far as I’m...

Thumbs Up 10/10/19

Thumbs up to Daylight Saving. If it had not been for the knowledgeable advocates telling us that if you cannot get your teenagers to bed before sundown, it is because they are undisciplined I would never have known that my otherwise obedient children were undisciplined.

Thumbs Down 10/10/19

A big thumbs down to all the people with barking dogs. Surely they can tell them to sit down and have consideration for others in the Village area. Perhaps the pound keeper should patrol this area at night.

Thumbs Up 10/10/19

Thumbs up to the Historical Society Old Gaol Museum. I am local and it was my first visit there on the long weekend. The display is great and well worth a visit.

PUBLIC NOTICE

PUBLIC NOTICE

NARRABRI DIRT BIKE CLUB INC

AGM
TO BE HELD ON SATURDAY OCTOBER 12, 2019 AT 6PM
AT NEWTOWN PARK, WEE WAA ROAD, WEE WAA.

Captain Cameron back on board

Captain Cameron back on board

Local cricketer Lachlan Cameron has committed to another season as the Narrabri District Cricket Association’s War Veterans Cup team captain. Cameron, who is often referred to as ‘Mr Narrabri’ for his love of the town and his popularity among the sporting community,...

Rain, hail or shine

Rain, hail or shine

Wee Waa’s Cotton Capital Music Muster weekend will go ahead ‘rain, hail or shine’. Showers are forecast for Friday and Saturday, so organisers do have wet weather plans in place just in case mother nature finally delivers. Muster organiser Kay Gray said in previous...

Message to the city: this is what the drought means

Message to the city: this is what the drought means

The numbers clearly show that the drought which has been ravaging regional NSW is the worst since records began in the 19th century and it is past time that our ‘city cousins’ and policy-makers understood the unfolding crisis, according to chair of Regional...

Huge support for first Narrabri Truck Show

Huge support for first Narrabri Truck Show

The inaugural Narrabri Truck Show on Saturday brought together 63 trucks, many truck operators and their family members from across the region and many interested spectators. The Truck Show, organised by Narrabri Chamber of Commerce’s Gillian Goddard and...

‘Fantastic weekend’

‘Fantastic weekend’

The Courier’s 2019 NRL Tipping Competition winners, Danny and Toni Laws, representing Turner Signs, winners of the Business House Challenge, and Margot Curtis, the winning reader tipster and her granddaughter Jamilla Korn, enjoyed a wonderful weekend in Sydney. The...

Diving into swimming lessons

Diving into swimming lessons

Narrabri’s Ally Cameron and Will Hayne were two of more than 40 children from the across the district who dived straight into swimming lessons during the school holidays. The Royal Life Saving Society has been running an eight-day, learn to swim program at the...