-A Leeton shire family expresses its anger after their pet dog was shot by a council ranger, sparking an independent review of the incident.
-Loved resident Marjory McCormack receives a Medal of the Order of Australia.
-Leeton mayor Paul Maytom vents his frustration after numerous acts of vandalism at the town pool.
-A report into the future of local government suggests Leeton and Narrandera shires should merge.
-Residents call for the humane treatment of animals in Leeton Shire Council's care after the shooting of a dog in January.
-Police report an increase in the number of break and enters occurring in the shire.
-A grass fire on Racecourse Road burned quickly while emergency services worked to extinguish it.
-Various businesses are broken into in the CBD area.
-Mining group advises farmers to "lock their gate" should coal seam gas exploration licences be granted.
-The Roxy Theatre screens 3D and digital movies for the first time.
-Anglers turn out in their hundreds for the annual Bidgee Classic.
-Leeton shire resident's turn out in droves to celebrate the SunRice Festival and mark Anzac Day.
-Jazz legend James Morrison performs at the Roxy Theatre.
-The state government announces a free on coal seam gas exploration, as well as rejecting a proposed licence to do so in Leeton shire.
-Three Leeton shire women make the Top 100 Women in Australian Agribusiness list.
-An independent report finds both Leeton Shire Council's ranger and the owner of a dog that was shot in January were both at fault.
-The first Leeton Farmers Market is held.
-The Walnuts Australia facility to the north of Leeton is giving the tick of approval from international visitors.
-State government ministers announce the Murrumbidgee College will be re-opened for commercial use
-Business owners and employees celebrate success at the 2014 Leeton Outstanding Business Awards.
-Former Leeton resident Lesley Thompson is sentenced to three years and four months in jail after defrauding her Leeton employer.
-Leeton Shire Council implements new protocols to deal with animals at its pound.
-A double stabbing in Wattle Hill leaves two hospitalised and a further two charged.