Barraba Community News

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Clay Pan and Gallery re-opens

22nd September 2021
Claypan Corner We’re pleased to announce the Claypan and Fuller Gallery are now open for sales, regular weekly activities and workshops now lockdown is lifted. Come in and browse the new display in preparation for our Spring Festival.  W...

Historical Society talks about Cobb and Co coaches

22nd September 2021
History Notes This week the society has had a chance to have a small meeting.  There was not a lot to discuss but it is always great to have a gathering, however small.  The markets might be on in October – we just hope there are no ...

Barraba Landcare up and running

22nd September 2021
Barraba Landcare Update I am pleased to announce that last week’s meeting was successful and a group has been formed and we are working together to start on a project at the Bicentennial Park. If you know of any members in the community that w...

Community College Back to face2face classes

14th September 2021
COLLEGE CHAT  Hi, I am Tanya and I am the Community College Coordinator for Barraba. What a challenging time we have had with the whole of NSW in lockdown.  Community College has had to adapt to this challenge with some of our classes bei...

Historical Society Building the Barraba Pool

14th September 2021
           History Notes Sitting down to write some history notes this morning with a blank mind and then remembered the 1960 Chronicles that I haven’t had time to look into for the rebuilding ...

Singles Bubble Rule explained

9th September 2021
Singles Bubble Rule & Compassionate Care Visits Explained Singles bubble If you live alone – which means there are no other adults who live in the same home – you can have a nominated visitor. In regional areas, you do NOT need to...

Kevin Anderson News 8th Sept 21

9th September 2021
THE SEARCH FOR OUR LOCAL WOMAN OF THE YEAR BEGINS The hunt begins to identify the regions outstanding and influential women with nominations now open for the 2022 NSW Women of the Year Awards. Member for Tamworth Kevin Anderson said the NSW Women o...

Barnaby Joyce 'all about roads and mice' this week

9th September 2021
Making Rural and Regional Road Safety Everyone’s Business Australians are being urged to put safety first on regional and rural roads as Rural Road Safety Month gets underway. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport a...