Guyra Gazette

Guyra Gazette is Guyra's local newspaper, published and delivered weekly.

Articles and advertising can be dropped into The GALA Centre - 136 Bradley Street Guyra

Opportunities grow for Sara

2nd Mar 2021
Born and bred in Guyra, Sara Rushton did not imagine the opportunities that would come when she started work at the Costa Tomato Glasshouses.Sara worked for more than 13 years in Guyra, before taking an opportunity to move to the Costa Berry farm in Corindi and most recently a promotion to head up the Quality team for the Costa Berry farms in Far North Queensland.“I started in tomatoes when ...

A spectacular 2021 Show

24th Feb 2021
Speaking at the official opening of the 113th Guyra Show, President Richard Post said that the past two years have seen the challenges of drought, bushfires and a global pandemic threaten the event in...

2021 Lamb Show and Sale

24th Feb 2021
The annual Guyra Lamb Show and Sale was held last Wednesday at the Guyra Saleyards. A big crowd was on hand to see the winners announced. There was a large increase in numbers with 5,200 lambs penned....

UPDATED: Storm hits hard

2nd Mar 2021
A Guyra family is counting the cost after a devastating storm passed through on Thursday, February 25th. Described as like a tornado, the storm hit hard at Moredun Ponds Fish Farm, around 45km from Gu...

Meet this year’s Guyra Central School Leaders

2nd Mar 2021
Primary Student Representative CouncilK-6 Captains; Rose Kliendienst and Will HuttonBack: Principal Mrs Michelle Nicholson, Karleah Alefosio, Liam Hutton, Stevie McElroy, Shelby Heagney, Levi Vanderwo...

Life Membership for Dorothy Lockyer

24th Feb 2021
A presentation of Life Membership was made to long serving committee member, Dorothy Lockyer at this year’s Guyra Show. President Richard Post said that no-one could be more deserving of the hon...

Latest Sport

Primary Swimming Champions

2nd Mar 2021
On Friday February 15th, students from Year 2-6 at Guyra Central School had their annual swimming carnival. The weather started off hot however as the day progressed it started to cool off. The winning house was Nincoola and the winning house for the chant competition was Chandler. Age Champions were; Senior - Rose Kliendienst and Tynan Bull11 Years - Shelby Heagney and Eli McGintyJunior - Ruby So...

Large fields for golf at Guyra

2nd Mar 2021
Vets GolfLast week a large field of 103 enjoyed the great weather and well prepared course to compete in the second round of the New England Pennants. Thanks to the Guyra Bowling and Recreation Club f...

Women’s Bowls President’s Day

2nd Mar 2021
On Tuesday February 23rd, we had a very successful Presidents Day. Twenty six teams attended from Delungra, Kootingal, Bendemeer, Armidale Ex Services, Glen Innes, Inverell, Uralla, Armidale City, Wal...

Billy earns his stripes

24th Feb 2021
Billy Youman has been earning his stripes on the football field this year.The Guyra 16-year-old may be the youngest player in the squad and the only Group 19 player, but he is proving himself worthy o...

Swimming sensations

24th Feb 2021
On the fine summer’s day of Wednesday February 10, Guyra Central School held their secondary swimming carnival. It was outstanding to see the participation and sportsmanship displayed, with most...

Nail biting victory for Guyra

26th Jan 2021
Guyra’s first grade cricket side triumphed over Hillgrove on Saturday in a game that came down to the wire. With some of their regulars out this week they had to call up players from the lower g...