Barraba Community News

Barraba Community News is Barraba's own local newspaper. It is free, community owned and edited. You can obtain a hard copy from many of our local shops, receive an emailed copy every Wednesday morning or just log onto our site at a time to suit yourself. Please support us and advertise with us.

Have your say on Barraba town signage

29th November 2022
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Charity Golf Day for the Cancer Council

23rd November 2022
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Richardson House AGM

23rd November 2022
Richardson House. Board Members Wanted Richardson House has provided Aged Care for the elderly of our community, and employment opportunities for the people of Barraba since 1983. We need motivated and caring individuals to join our Board to ensur...

Lions Christmas Tree back this year

29th November 2022
The Lions Christmas Tree celebration returns in 2022 for the first time in a couple of years due to Covid19 restrictions. Whilst we weren’t able to host the event the past 2 years due to restrictions introduced, the Lions Club of Barraba had st...

St Joseph's Primary - Advisory Council AGM 1st Dec

29th November 2022
St Joseph’s Primary School Our AGM of the Schools Advisory council will be held at 5pm on Thursday 1st December in the school library. We have received several nominations from the community to join the SAC in 2023 which has been very gratifyi...

Barraba Show Christmas party

29th November 2022
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History Notes - markets and more markets!

29th November 2022
History Notes Wonderful markets this week with plenty of stall, music, and food – the change in date confused some patrons – one even arrived after smelling the barbeque!  The next market will be in three weeks’ time and will ...

Arts North West plans for exhib at CMF

29th November 2022
UNE and Arts North West First Nations exhibition and musical performances coming to Tamworth during County Music Festival in 2023 ‘Ngaarr, Wandabaa, Thanbarran - Strong Spirit Connection’ The University of New England, Arts North West, ...