This week, John talks the new Hilltops Council and there are some changes happening in Boorowa.
In a long career of attending meetings, I have to say that last week I, and a large number of other concerned people, witnessed what must have been one of the most ridiculous 'public' meetings on record.
Not sure where the bigotry toward Young stems from but maybe now is the time to move toward creating ties not dissention, the rest of your life is a long time to live with resentment.
I attended the loose fill asbestos meeting recently and was concerned by the lack of attendance give that there are a few houses in Boorowa that fit the criteria to be FREE tested.
The Railway Mob celebrate their recent achievements.
It's time to nominate an emergency service worker or volunteer who's made a difference in your community.
Sandboy If the Rovers were looking for a physical encounter in their final preseason hit out, they certainly got it against the UC Grizzlies.
NATHANAEL COOPER, Entertainment Writer Maybe not loving Love Actually doesn't make you a bad person - but only maybe
When Boorowa farmer Robert Riles saw his ewe was struggling to give birth, little did he realise it ...
A Boorowa man who was caught driving during a period of disqualification will spend a further two years ...
This week, John discusses the stall held by Hilltops Council, the recent deb ball and remembers Jan Poplin.
The Boorowa Makers & Growers Community Markets will be held this Saturday, May 27 from 9am at the ...
Derrick Mason responds to comments made in the Word in the Streets column.
This week’s History Snippet comes from the edition of the Burrowa News, dated May 26, 1916.
It was a stroke event which was won by Kate Crisp on a countback from Monica Good.