Funding options for new and emerging local events
Regional events held between July and December 2019 can now apply for NSW Government funding, aimed at driving more overnight visitors to rural and regional towns across the state.
Berrigan celebrated the approaching Christmas season early, with hundreds turning up for the Berrigan Night Markets on Friday.
Lucky local shoppers and some visitors have already claimed $1200 in local shopping vouchers just by supporting Finley businesses.
It was not just adults who wanted to take part in the Movember cause, with a select few of Finley High School students joining their teachers to grow moustaches last month.
The Berrigan Red Cross fell just short of reaching its $8000 goal but is still ‘‘extremely proud’’ of its achievement from the Fashion Extravaganza at the weekend.
Four-hundred extremely keen punters resisted the forces of Mother Nature to attend Barooga Carols by Candlelight on Sunday, organised by the Barooga Advancement Group.
It was a display of overwhelming joy on the face of Gisa Kurian as she officially became an Australian citizen on Thursday afternoon.
Christmas has arrived in the Southern Riverina with three towns celebrating the festive season over the weekend.
Sunday’s ferocious storm has been described as one of the worst ever seen by Jerilderie Rural Fire Service Captain Stephen Dalgliesh.
Students and teachers at Southern Riverina public schools will be able to enjoy comfortable learning in the hot summers with the NSW Government announcing funds for air conditioning upgrades.
Police are searching for three men reported to have been captured on two different CCTV camera networks in Finley, allegedly attempting to break in to each business.
Those who voted for the Murray-Darling Basin Plan and its water reforms need to take ownership of their decision and the subsequent negative impact it is having in basin communities, according to Jeremy Morton.
A new report has delivered important information to Merino breeders with implications for the profitability and performance of 73 Merino bloodlines.
Jerilderie Public School — which is in the top three per cent of the oldest public schools in NSW still operating, and the 12th oldest public school in the Riverina — will be celebrating its 150th anniversary in 2019.
A VERDICT of not guilty to both attempted murder and murder was handed down to the Deniliquin woman who murdered her son in the Murray River last year.
POLICE raided a Pakenham St retailer on Wednesday and seized allegedly illegal tobacco.
Emergency services were called to a two-car collision at the intersection of Webb Rd and McEwen Rd in Kyabram at approximately 9:15pm. The incident involved a family of five in a station wagon and three young females in a sedan. Police have...