We had a look at what you, the reader, was most interested in throughout 2015. We saw triumph and tragedy and turmoil over the future of the shire. Here are the five most-read stories, presented in no particular order. Head over to our Facebook page and tell us what your favourite story of 2015 was.
Coleambally’s pioneering shopkeepers Brian and Helen Kelly sold Kelly’s Friendly Grocer after being in the business for 46 years.
A freak accident left a young family in financial distress and they had trouble getting help from Centrelink. “They’re saying you can’t get sick unless you’re over 22 years old,” Jamie Asgill said.
Coleambally brothers Rodney and Rowan Foster were awarded the prize for producing the highest quality High Amylose grain in Australia.
The Coleambally Bowls Club was in dire straits and facing closure. An emergency meeting, attended by more than 150 people, was held to discuss the club’s future.
A Coleambally father was left fuming after vandals attacked his house.