Narrandera Shire

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Narrandera Shire
New South Wales
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Location in New South Wales
Coordinates 34°45′S146°33′E / 34.750°S 146.550°E / -34.750; 146.550 Coordinates: 34°45′S146°33′E / 34.750°S 146.550°E / -34.750; 146.550
Population
  • 5,853 (2016) [1]
  • 5,931 (2018 est.) [2]
 • Density1.42194/km2 (3.6828/sq mi)
Established1 January 1960 (1960-01-01)
Area4,116.2 km2 (1,589.3 sq mi) [3]
Mayor Cr. Neville Kschenka (Independent) [4]
Council seat Narrandera [5]
Region Riverina
State electorate(s) Cootamundra
Federal Division(s) Farrer [6]
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Website Narrandera Shire
LGAs around Narrandera Shire:
Carrathool Bland Coolamon
Leeton Narrandera Shire Wagga Wagga
Murrumbidgee Federation Lockhart
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Narrandera Council Chambers

Narrandera Shire is a local government area in the Riverina region of south-western New South Wales, Australia. The Shire is located adjacent to the Sturt and Newell Highways.

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The present Narrandera Shire was formed on 1 January 1960 by an amalgamation of the previous Narrandera Municipality and Yanko Shire. [7] The first Narrandera Municipality was incorporated on 18 March 1885. Narrandera Shire is a large shire in the geographical centre of the Riverina, with over 1,500 kilometres (930 mi) of roads within its boundaries. [8]

The Shire includes the town of Narrandera and the villages of Grong Grong, Binya and Barellan.

The mayor of Narrandera Shire is Cr. Neville Kschenka, an independent politician. [4]

Council

Current composition and election method

Narrandera Shire Council is composed of nine councillors elected proportionally as a single ward. All councillors are elected for a fixed four-year term of office. The mayor is elected by the councillors at the first meeting of the council. The most recent election was held on 10 September 2016. The makeup of the council is as follows: [9]

PartyCouncillors
  Independents and Unaligned9
Total9

The current Council, elected in 2016, in order of election, is: [9]

CouncillorPartyNotes
 Jenny ClarkeIndependent
 Tracey LewisIndependent
 Kevin MorrisIndependent
 Barbara BryonUnaligned
 David FaheyUnalignedDeputy Mayor [4]
 Neville KschenkaIndependentMayor [4]
 Wesley HallUnaligned
 Tammy GalvinIndependent
 Narelle PayneUnaligned

Mayors

Mayors of Narrandera Council (1885–1959)

The list of mayors of Narrandera Council (1885–1959) appears below. [10] [11]

MayorTerm
Robert Heatie Ferrier1885
Henry Daniel Adams 1886
John Armstrong1887
James Moulton1888
Bruce Kennedy1988-1989
James Bowes1889 (February–March) [10]
John Fleming Willans (1st term)1890-1893
Michael Cohen1894
John Fleming Willans (2nd term)1894 (July) [10]
Peter Sullivan1895
James Armstrong1896
Lewis S Abrahams1897
Thomas Henry Elwin (1st term)1898
Fred Allan Smith (1st term)1899-1900
James Joseph Quirk1901
Fred Allan Smith (2nd term)1902-1903
Ebenezer C H Matthews (1st term)1904-1906
Thomas Henry Elwin (2nd term)1907-1913
James Charles Little1914
Thomas Henry Elwin (3rd term)1915-1916
Ebernezer C H Matthews (2nd term)1916 (November) [10]
John Anderson McPherson1917-1919
Robert Henry Hankinson (1st term)1920-1921
George Norman Dixon1922-1923
Robert Henry Hankinson (2nd term)1924
William H Harden1924 (April), [10] 1925
Robert Henry Hankinson (3rd term)1926
Samuel Henry Barker1927
Robert Henry Hankinson (4th term)1928-1930
Frederick Thelwell Yeoman (1st term)1930 (August), [10] 1931
Thomas Henry Mancy1932-1934
Frederick Thelwell Yeoman (2nd term)1935
Alexander Baird1936-1937
Frederick Thelwell Yeoman (3rd term)1938
Ralph E R Skinner1939
Francis Charles Garner (1st term)1940
Thomas Gordon (1st term)1941
Richard Eric Blamey1942
Thomas Gordon (2nd term)1943-1944
George F Hepburn1945
William Joseph Gammage1946
John Archer Lorimer1947
Francis Charles Garner (2nd term)1948-1950
Robert Henry Hankinson (5th term)1951
William George Armstrong1951 (June), [10] 1959

Mayors of Narrandera Shire (1960–present)

The list of mayors of Narrandera Shire Council (1960–present) appears below. [10] [12]

MayorTerm
Richard Percival Broad1960-1961
Edward Gilbert Day (1st term)1962
Archibald Herbert McIntosh1963-1965
Edward Gilbert Day (2nd term)1966-1968
Ronald Sydney Stivens1969-1973
September elections commenced [10]
Kenneth Lionel Kiesling (1st term)1973-1975
Bruce Charles (1st term)1975-1977
Kenneth Lionel Kiesling (2nd term)1977-1979
Bruce Charles (2nd term)1979-1980
Warwick John Heckendorf (1st term)1980-1984
John Browne Driscoll1984-1987
Warwick John Heckendorf (2nd term)1987-1990
Shirley Ann Hocking (1st term)1990-1991
Desmond Joseph Edwards (1st term)1991-1994
Shirley Ann Hocking (2nd term)1994-1996
John Beattie (1st term)1996-1999
Desmond Joseph Edwards (2nd term)1999-2000
John Beattie (2nd term)2000-2002
Desmond Joseph Edwards (3rd term)2002-2007
John William Sullivan2007-2008
Graham Eipper (1st term)2008-2009
Wesley Munro Hall2009-2010
Graham Eipper (2nd term)2010-2011
Jennifer Clare Clarke2011-2016
Neville Raymond Kschenka2016–present

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