Gwydir River Rats Pipped Again (20-May-13)
The River Rats played host to Robb College on Saturday and went down in both grades. An entertaining afternoon of football was only spoilt by Robb besting the Rats right on the bell once more.
Carbon Farming, the way of the future. (19-May-13)
“Carbon farming is the only way to go!” says Allan Yeomans.
Bingara hosted a visit by Allan Yeomans last week. Allan, son of P.A Yeomans of “keyline” fame visited, with his wife Christine, to inspect The Living Classroom project in the town.
Something for everyone at this years Bingara Show (15-May-13)
The 2013 Bingara Show is on again on 24 – 25 and 26 May. This year’s committee has worked very hard to have ‘something for everyone’ – besides the usual pavilion, cattle, sheep and horse sections, there will be a larger than usual number of sideshows and stallholders.
“Vintage Rose” launches to appreciative audience (15-May-13)
The official launch of “Vintage Rose” in the Roxy Cafe on Saturday exceeded all expectations. One hundred and twenty people enjoyed the fashion parade that launched Bingara women, Judy Adams and Rose Anderson’s new business.
Long history of volunteering recognised (15-May-13)
Federal Member for Parkes, Mark Coulton has congratulated Bingara local Alf King on receiving a National Volunteer Award for his work with emergency services. Mr Coulton presented the award to Mr King on Saturday May 11 at The Roxy Café in Bingara.