Amelia Williams May 25, 2016,
CRUNCH time is coming to a range of crucial issues for irrigators in the top half of the Murray Darling Basin, with licence buybacks and the states’ share of overall water take topping the agenda.
A comprehensive plan for water recovery is under development and this week Murray Darling Basin Authority chief executive, Phillip Glyde, headed north to kick off the latest round of consultation with stakeholders.
Saturday 3rd June, 2017
The Committee of Narrabri Jockey Club would like to advise that they have been successful in securing another race day.
curing another race date. Narrabri Races will be held on Saturday 3rd June, at the Narrabri Racecourse.
We will now start to work on organising and we will be racing within the picnic race circuit with Talmoi, Mallawah and Wean which will be a new look race meeting.
Wednesday, 26th April, 20117 100 Maitland Street Narrabri 1pm and 5 pm Sessions
There is a huge interest in Solarpoower and being more self sufficient taking advantage of new battery technology becoming less reliant on the grid, it is important to know what is best for you.
Come along to this information session to find out more and win yourself a folding solar panel.
29th April Narrabri Bowling Club 6.30pm
An award winning feature length film telling the inspiring story of the NSW Northern Rivers campaign to protect the region from coal-seam gas (CSG) will show at the Narrabri Bowling Club on April 29 at 7pm.
The Bentley Effect, from Australian director and producer, Brendan Shoebridge, chronicles the long campaign against unconventional gas that culminated in the dramatic and ultimately successful community showdown at the gates of Bentley near Lismore, NSW.
The Narrabri Shire Council will benefit from today’s opening of the new Brigalow Creek and Wee Waa Lagoon Creek bridges on Pilliga Road.
This project involved the replacement of four aging timber bridges that supported freight traffic on Pilliga Road and Cypress Way in the Narrabri, Wee Waa and Pilliga areas, including the Baradine Creek Bridge, Dubbo Creek Bridge, Brigalow Creek Bridge and Wee Waa Lagoon Creek Bridge.
It was primarily funded by a $5.3 million investment from the NSW Government under the Restart NSW Resources for Regions program.
For the Month of April on behalf of the Wee Waa Branch of CWA
Your nearest collection points please click the poster and for any other information see poster
Thursday 25th and Friday 26th May, 2017
Do you enjoy meeting other women, learning new 'life-changing' skills and having a laugh? If so, then SOFT is for you!
SOFT is a two-day course for rural women with modules on developing self-esteem, networking, goal setting, leadership, and communication. Over the two days, we get to have fun and do lots of different activities including some lovely relaxation sessions. You will learn lots of strategies to fill your toolbox for when you need it, e.g. how to say "No", coping with difficult times, tools for developing a healthy self-esteem, understanding needs and behaviour, come great communication strategies, managing relationships and so much more.
The Northern Daily Leader Julie Maughan 2 Mar 2017, 11:44 a.m
Narrabri will feature harness racing again this Sunday with their big Carnival of Cups meeting presenting an eight race program.
Rubbers Dilemma from the Tony Missen stables will make a return in the opening event after the filly scored her first career win last week at Narrabri from six race starts. The win surprised Missen who trains the Blissful Hall filly – and races her along with Alan Tinden, Tamworth HRC Board member Greg McDonell and Bob Peterson – as the filly had only been in the stables for two weeks.
Western Magazine 3 March 2017
A 7000-page Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the Narrabri Gas Project (NGP) that’s been at least five years in the making has the local community overwhelmed, with only 60 days to frame its response.
The EIS for the project was placed on public exhibition on 22 February 2017.
Many in the community believe Santos has deliberately stymied the community’s response efforts by limiting availability of the file in an accessible electronic form.
Complying with its obligations of ease of use and accessibility, as promised to the local Community Consultative Committee.
18th March Wee Waa Bowling Club
Friday 24th March
Today it was announced that Narrabri Shire Council has awarded the construction tender of a new water supply system for Baan Baa.
The people of Baan Baa are one step closer to having a secure and reliable supply of high-quality water.
The contribution consists of $2.2 million in funding from the Restart NSW Water Security for Regions program to Narrabri Shire Council for the delivery of this project,
Works will include the development of a production bore, rising mains, a reservoir, and reticulation system into Baan Baa.
Today it was announced that triennial funding of $27,500 will be invested in the Boggabri Drover’s Campfire through the NSW Government’s 2017 Flagship Event Fund.
It is great news that the Drover’s Campfire Weekend will benefit from the Flagship Event Fund. Events play a fundamental role in attracting new and returning visitors to our regional towns, bringing with them additional business to restaurants and cafes, local tourism operators, attractions and accommodation providers.
3 - 12 March, 2017
Seniors Week in Wee Waa Click for Program
ulie Maughan 27 Feb 2017, 1 p.m
Readily picked up his second win this month in taking out the G & K Anderson/Agies Rural Wee Waa Cup at the Narrabri harness meeting on Sunday.
Trained by Lola Weidemann and driven by her niece Stacey, it was a big day out for the stable, having ten runners competing at the meeting.
Lola trained four winners on the seven event card as well as driving two winners in Hero Bromac and Rocknroll Annie while Stacey also drove a double - which included a win in the feature with Readily – while Royal Luck made his way into the John Dean Memorial next Sunday at Narrabri after taking out the first heat.