‘Everyone, Every Story’ is the theme for Cooma 2020 Australia Day

‘Everyone, Every Story’ is the theme for Cooma 2020 Australia Day

At the request of the Snowy Monaro Regional Council, Cooma Lions Club have taken on management of activities for the 2020 Australia Day, this coming Sunday 26 January. The theme for this year is ‘Everyone, Every Story’ and the Lions Club are promoting Australia Day as a time for our…

GOLD for Baff

GOLD for Baff

Snowboarder Josie Baff has made history as Australia’s first ever Winter Youth Olympic Games Champion, winning gold in the Snowboard Cross at Lausanne 2020. The 16-year-old from Jindabyne claimed gold in a dramatic final, edging out silver medal winner Margaux Herpin of France by just 0.05 seconds, with local Swiss…

Keiren helps out from UK

Keiren helps out from UK

All eyes have been on Australia throughout the bushfire crisis, with a familiar face appearing on BBC London News to speak about the blazes threatening the Bombala area. Former local, Keiren Rodwell, who is now a paramedic in London, gave an interview about the Australian bushfires with the BBC earlier…

Rabbitohs bring smiles

Rabbitohs bring smiles

The Bombala district has been very excited to welcome the South Sydney Rabbitohs to town, with homegrown star, Ky Rodwell bringing some teammates along for a meet and greet on Saturday. Ky, a Rabbitoh who grew up in Bombala and was awarded the 2019 Jersey Flegg Players’ Player, was pleased…

Jindabyne community set to celebrate Australia Day

Jindabyne community set to celebrate Australia Day

Australia Day is the day to reflect on what it means to be Australian, to celebrate contemporary Australia and to acknowledge our histor. But most of all it’s a day to celebrate all things we love about Australia. Help celebrate Australia Day in Jindabyne on Sunday 26 January beginning at…

Bombala players pay their respects to ‘The Chief’

Bombala players pay their respects to ‘The Chief’

Bombala 7/186 def Berridale 184
Saturday began with with both teams paying their respects to the sudden passing of Gary ‘The Chief’ Thompson. Berridale won the toss and elected to bat making a cautious start with runs hard to come by. The Bombala bowling attack was bowling tight lines, resulting…

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5 hours ago

The Monaro Post

UPDATE - Good Good Fire 27/01/20
Good Good has been lifted to Watch and Act. This is primarily for the TUROSS ROAD Wadbilliga area of the Good Good fire.
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On the ap it has gone back to advice.

5 hours ago

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Watch and Act: Good Good fire (Snowy Monaro LGA)
There has been an increase of fire activity on the western edge of the fire near Tuross. If you are in the area of Tuross, to the east of Tuross Road, monitor conditions and know what you will do if fire threatens.
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Watch and Act: Good Good fire (Snowy Monaro LGA)
There has been an increase of fire activity on the western edge of the fire near Tuross. If you are in the area of Tuross, to the east of Tuross Road, monitor conditions and know what you will do if fire threatens.

7 hours ago

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UPDATE - Adaminaby Complex - Shannons Flat area 27/01/20.
Residents living near the Adaminaby Complex Shannons Flat fire will notice an increase in the amount of smoke in the area due to a back burning operation starting this afternoon and continuing over the next few days.
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7 hours ago

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UPDATE- Good Good fire newsletter 27/01/20

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Brooke Riley

Charlie Thompson

Benny Thompson

7 hours ago

The Monaro Post

UPDATE – Orroral Fire in the ACT 27/01/20
Watch and Act Level
Residents of the Snowy Monaro are advised of a fire in the ACT in the Orroral Valley. This fire is located North West of Michalego.
ACT Rural Fire Service and ACT Parks and Conservation Service firefighters are on scene working to contain the fire.
Helicopters are undertaking water-bombing operations and aerial surveillance.
Information on the Orroral Valley Fire can be found at esa.act.gov.au/watch-and-act-orroral-valley-fire
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7 hours ago

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UPDATE- Good Good fire newsletter 27/01/20 ... See MoreSee Less

9 hours ago

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UPDATE - for fire North of Buldah on the NSW Victoria border 27/01/20 ... See MoreSee Less

UPDATE - for fire North of Buldah on the NSW Victoria border 27/01/20

12 hours ago

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UPDATE - for fire North of Buldah on the NSW Victoria border 27/01/20 ... See MoreSee Less

13 hours ago

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Update for Creewah Glen Allen Fire 27/01/20 ... See MoreSee Less

Update for Creewah Glen Allen Fire 27/01/20

1 day ago

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Creewah- Glen Allen fire is now at Emergency Alert. Residents situated North of the Fire on Creewah, New Line and Glen Allen and Narrowness roads are advised to seek shelter in a solid structure as the fire front approaches.

for more information and to stay up to date use the NSW RFS website, NSW RFS Fires near me App or ring the Bush Fire Information line on 1800 679737.

Good Good Fire is currently at Watch and Act.
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1 day ago

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Emergency Warning: Creewah Rd Fire (Snowy Monaro) Fire activity has increased. People in the Creewah Road, New Line Road, Narrowness Road and Glen Allen area advised to seek shelter in a solid structure as the fire front approaches. ... See MoreSee Less

Emergency Warning: Creewah Rd Fire (Snowy Monaro) Fire activity has increased. People in the Creewah Road, New Line Road, Narrowness Road and Glen Allen area advised to seek shelter in a solid structure as the fire front approaches.

1 day ago

The Monaro Post

Watch and Act: Creewah Rd Fire (Snowy Monaro) There has been an increase of fire activity in the vicinity of Creewah Rd and the Bombala River. People in the area are advised to monitor the situation and know what they will do if threatened by fire. ... See MoreSee Less

Watch and Act: Creewah Rd Fire (Snowy Monaro) There has been an increase of fire activity in the vicinity of Creewah Rd and the Bombala River. People in the area are advised to monitor the situation and know what they will do if threatened by fire.

1 day ago

The Monaro Post

The Good Good Fire has been upgraded to Watch and Act.
12.05pm Sunday 26 January.

Fire activity has increased across the fireground, particularly on the western edge in the area north west of Peak View.
Firefighters with the assistance of aircraft are working to slow the spread of fire.
West North Westerly winds are currently blowing across the area. This will push the fire in a south easterly direction. An easterly wind change is forecast for early this evening.

If you are in the area north west of Peak View and in the Kybeyan and Numeralla areas , Continue to monitor conditions.
Know what you will do if fire threatens.

If you are threatened by fire do not be in the path of the fire.
Protect yourself from the heat of the fire. Wear protective clothing and footwear. Cover all exposed skin.
If the fire impacts, seek shelter in a solid structure to protect yourself from the heat of the fire.
If your life is at risk, call Triple Zero (000).
If you are in an area that has already been affected by fire, there may be small areas of active fire burning for some time. Be aware of the dangers of trees and branches falling.

Other Information
Stay up to date on bush fires in your area by checking the NSW RFS website, listening to your local radio station, or by calling the NSW RFS Bush Fire Information Line on 1800 679 737.
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The Good Good Fire has been upgraded to Watch and Act. 
12.05pm Sunday 26 January. 

Fire activity has increased across the fireground, particularly on the western edge in the area north west of Peak View.
Firefighters with the assistance of aircraft are working to slow the spread of fire.
West North Westerly winds are currently blowing across the area. This will push the fire in a south easterly direction. An easterly wind change is forecast for early this evening.

If you are in the area north west of Peak View and in the Kybeyan and Numeralla areas , Continue to monitor conditions.
Know what you will do if fire threatens.

If you are threatened by fire do not be in the path of the fire.
Protect yourself from the heat of the fire. Wear protective clothing and footwear. Cover all exposed skin.
If the fire impacts, seek shelter in a solid structure to protect yourself from the heat of the fire.
If your life is at risk, call Triple Zero (000).
If you are in an area that has already been affected by fire, there may be small areas of active fire burning for some time. Be aware of the dangers of trees and branches falling.

Other Information
Stay up to date on bush fires in your area by checking the NSW RFS website, listening to your local radio station, or by calling the NSW RFS Bush Fire Information Line on 1800 679 737.

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There is simply no respite from these until it rains for at least a week!!! Exhausting being hog tied to ones place....take care every one I really feel for those who have lost their homes and lively good....could NOT"celebrate "Australia Day because for them

yay. First in state again to go yellow.... we so winners... 🙁

Two water bomber helicopters were preparing at cooma industrial area thismorning..

Is Good Good a town, if so where exactly?

Just goes on and on😢

This is heartbreaking

Julie Barron Sally Carpenter pls stay safe xx

Just goes on and on😢

Fork you fires!!

Alberto Bacci

Dean Radanovic

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2 days ago

The Monaro Post

Update on Creewah Road - Glen Allen Fire 26/01/20 - currently at Advice Level
Fire Crews, aircraft and heavy plant continue to work on the Creewah Glen Allen fire. This fire will continue to spread today under the predicted weather. Easterly winds later in the day will again bring heightened fire activity to the Western and South Western edges of the fire and local residents need to continue to monitor conditions and know what to do if fire threatens.
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2 days ago

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Updated Community Newsletter for Good Good fire including Peak View and Numeralla 26/01/20 ... See MoreSee Less

Updated Community Newsletter for Good Good fire including Peak View and Numeralla 26/01/20

2 days ago

The Monaro Post

The Good Good fire burning in the Snowy Monaro has been downgraded to Advice. Conditions are beginning to ease across the fireground.The Good Good fire burning in the Snowy Monaro has been downgraded to Advice. Conditions are beginning to ease across the fireground.

54 bush and grass fires are burning across NSW, with 20 still to be contained. Crews will continue to work overnight constructing and consolidating containment lines.
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The Good Good fire burning in the Snowy Monaro has been downgraded to Advice. Conditions are beginning to ease across the fireground.

2 days ago

The Monaro Post

Update on the Peak View part of the Good Good fire 25/01/2020
The Northern part of the Good Good fire in the Peak View area is flaring up under the current North Easterly winds. Crews, aircraft and heavy plant are working together to suppress a spot over that has occurred to the West of the Good Good fire trail.
Residents should monitor conditions.
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2 days ago

The Monaro Post

Watch and Act: Good Good fire (Snowy Monaro LGA).

Fire activity is increasing due to warm and windy conditions on the western edge of the fire, north west of Peak View.

People in the area should enact their bush fire survival plan. Know what you will do in the event a fire threatens.
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2 days ago

The Monaro Post

Police have released images of the site of the air tanker crash at Peak View.
The investigation into the crash, which killed three American air crew, is ongoing and the site remains a restricted area.
The men died fighting the Good Good fire on Thursday.
The families of the air crew are expected to arrive in Australia from today.
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Police have released images of the site of the air tanker crash at Peak View.
The investigation into the crash, which killed three American air crew, is ongoing and the site remains a restricted area.
The men died fighting the Good Good fire on Thursday.
The families of the air crew are expected to arrive in Australia from today.

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To die trying to save, to have lived a life of service, may their souls rest in peace knowing that they did the best they could, in extreme circumstances

💔⚘ RIP. Thank you for your service. Condolences to your Family. Such a tragedy ⚘💔

I'm so so sad for them, poor guys helping us out, hero's that's for sure ♥️♥️♥️

Just a thought. If someone were to find out how to contact the families we could send cards (supporting local/family owned newsagents or general stores) or coasters/business cards with a heart felt thank you from your family by buying a drink at the local pub/bar (again, keeping communities alive) and supporting the postal services (who all employ members of the community). It might be a nice way to welcome families, who arrived in possibly the hardest time of their lives, to a foreign country (our home) which they lost their lives trying to protect

What a dreadful journey for them. My heart goes out.

They gave their lives helping others they died as heroes. Anti hazard reduction people have blood on their hands

My heart goes out to their families

This is such a sad story...

Their families and ours. Now united in grief. 😢 no sacrifice greater.

They were all in the prime of their lives. So sorry for their loss 💔

forever a part of greater Monaro community

Poor families whom have to see this.

Bev Peisley RIP 🙏🇦🇺

Much love to you guys and your families thinkin of you

❤⚘💔⚘❤⚘💔⚘❤ ⚘💔⚘

Peter Cox

Unsure why we need to see them.

Australia’s sons now.

🥵🥵🥵

Jessie Kim Riley Orrell

Rebecca Linsley Nassar

Dave Hoye

Tom Steer

Greg Kovacs Nicola Kovacs

Dave

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2 days ago

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My mum grew up in Cooma and still has family there, and was cranky that the media was talking of these selfless men and showing a different area and trying to pass it off. So many people are invested in these effected areas it's time to get things right.

The media Never let the truth get in the way ....

Typical media actions

Now you know how the media beat up ie climate change

3 days ago

The Monaro Post

Information for residents in the Creewah Road Glen Allen and Numeralla areas - 25/01/20.

Today moderate and occasional strong winds are forecast to be coming from the North East. this North Easterly influence will continue to create heavy smoke in the Numeralla and Cooma areas.

The Good Good fire in the locality of Mt Numeralla will continue to burn in a Westerly direction.

The Creewah Road Glen Allan fire will also be active on the Western edge under the North Easterly winds.

Both these fires are currently at Advice level. Both fires are resourced with firefighting crews, aircraft and heavy plant.
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3 days ago

The Monaro Post

Monaro RFS Important update 24/01/2020
Good Good Fire - Watch and Act
The Good Good fire is spreading in an Westerly direction toward the village of Numeralla. Residents need to stay alert and enact their bush fire survival plan. Know what to do if fire threatens.

If Fire Threatens -
- do not be in the path of the fire
- Protect yourself from the heat of the fire
- If fire impacts seek shelter in a solid structures
- If your life is at risk call Triple Zero 000
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Thinking of you all.

3 days ago

The Monaro Post

The NSW Police Force and Air Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) addressed the media this afternoon following the death of three men in a plane crash in the Snowy Mountains.
The briefing was held at the Numeralla Rural Fire shed.

Greg Hood, Chief Commissioner
Air Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) and Superintendent Paul Condon, Monaro Police District Commander, NSW Police Force addressed the group, expressing their condolences to the families of the deceased firefighters.
The site will remain restricted for at least another week while investigations into the crash continue.
there are still hazardous materials at the crash site which need to be removed or contained.
The site is currently a crime scene but will be handed over the the ATSB on Saturday.
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The NSW Police Force and Air Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) addressed the media this afternoon following the death of three men in a plane crash in the Snowy Mountains.
The briefing was held at the Numeralla Rural Fire shed.

 Greg Hood, Chief Commissioner 
Air Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) and Superintendent Paul Condon, Monaro Police District Commander, NSW Police Force addressed the group, expressing their condolences to the families of the deceased firefighters.
The site will remain restricted for at least another week while  investigations into the crash continue.
there are still hazardous materials at the crash site which need to be removed or contained.
The site is currently a crime scene but will be handed over the the ATSB on Saturday.

3 days ago

The Monaro Post

Information on the Good Good fire.
11am Friday 24 January.Latest Information on Good Good Fire Monaro RFS
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Information on the Good Good fire. 
11am Friday 24 January.

3 days ago

The Monaro Post

Information on the Creewah Road fire.
3pm Friday 24 January.
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Information on the Creewah Road fire.
3pm Friday 24 January.

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I'd like to know how those fires started

3 days ago

The Monaro Post

Watch and Act: Creewah Rd, Glen Allen fire (Snowy Monaro LGA).
Firefighters are working to slow the spread of fire. Spot fires are starting on the western side of the fire near Creewah Rd. People in the area should enact their bush fire survival plan. Know what you will do in the event a fire threatens.Watch and Act: Creewah Rd, Glen Allen fire (Snowy Monaro LGA).

Firefighters are working to slow the spread of fire. Spot fires are starting on the western side of the fire near Creewah Rd. People in the area should enact their bush fire survival plan. Know what you will do in the event a fire threatens.
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Watch and Act: Creewah Rd, Glen Allen fire (Snowy Monaro LGA).
Firefighters are working to slow the spread of fire. Spot fires are starting on the western side of the fire near Creewah Rd. People in the area should enact their bush fire survival plan. Know what you will do in the event a fire threatens.

3 days ago

The Monaro Post

Watch and Act: Good Good fire (Snowy Monaro LGA).
Fire activity is increasing across the fireground, particularly in the Badja Road area. People in the area should enact their bush fire survival plan. Know what you will do if the fire threatens.
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Watch and Act: Good Good fire (Snowy Monaro LGA).
Fire activity is increasing across the fireground, particularly in the Badja Road area. People in the area should enact their bush fire survival plan. Know what you will do if the fire threatens.

3 days ago

The Monaro Post

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So so sad, deepest sympathies to their families 😢

4 days ago

The Monaro Post

MONARO FIRES INFORMATION - THURSDAY 23 JANUARY, 17:30PM

GOOD GOOD FIRE - WATCH & ACT

The Good Good fire continues to burn at a Watch & Act level. Fire activity increased throughout the day with fire breaking control lines north of the Countegany Road.

The fire crossed to the south of the Countegany Road where crews were engaged in active property protection.

Fire also broke control lines to the west of Feeneys Road in the Peak View area.

A south-westerly change is due this evening. Conditions are expected to ease.

Residents are urged to continue monitoring conditions and stay up to date through the NSW Fires Near website - www.rfs.nsw.gov.au/
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4 days ago

The Monaro Post

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Thank you for coming to help Australia , thoughts are with the Families Champions R.I.P

Thoughts are with their families. Thanks to the lost crew for their service to Australia ❤️ Bec Bell Meredith Neeson

💚 thought to their families

RIP Fellas, thoughts going out to the families of these blokes.

Thoughts with families

Ben Claase

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4 days ago

The Monaro Post

There are 03 evacuation centres currently open:

Moruya Showground, Albert Street, Moruya NSW 2537 - open

Bega Showground, Upper Street, Bega NSW 2550 - open

Cooma Showground, Boundary St Cooma, NSW 2630 - open

The most up to date information regarding Evacuation Centres can be found at:https://www.emergency.nsw.gov.au/Pages/for-the-community/disaster-assistance/disaster-assistance.aspx

People are encouraged to register online at Register Find Reunite: register.redcross.org.au/
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4 days ago

The Monaro Post

Media and community advised of active crime scene in Snowy Mountains

The NSW Police Force is reminding the media that an active crime scene is in place at the site of a plane crash in the Snowy Mountains.

The media is also advised that no drones are to be flown in the vicinity of the crash.

The current situation is already dangerous for people, property and the environment, and police are reminding drone users that flying near an emergency can increase that danger.

Flying a drone in these areas is a major safety risk to response teams both in the air and on the ground.

While it may be tempting to put the drone up to take footage for news or your information, doing so could break the drone safety rules and impact on the current operation.
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People are so tasteless. Have some respect and self control, honestly.

Media HONESTLY a bit of RESPECT please

Should be huge fines

How disrespectful of those lost 😡

So sad

The post doesn’t say anyone flew a drone anywhere

Fine the $&@#ers! Very disrespectful, stupid and expensive!! RIP 🔥 Brothers x

A crime scene ?

Idiots

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4 days ago

The Monaro Post

Three US residents have been killed in a Large Air Tanker crash at Peak View this afternoon. The cause of the crash is unknown and the crash site currently being investigated. It took some hours to locate the crash site on the active fire ground of the Good Good fire, currently at Watch and Act level. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you so much for giving up your lives to save ours . Just devastating for everyone Involved . 💔

thoughts and prayers to their families. devastating

So very tragic

So tragic, a terrible loss of true heroes

Utterly tragic news for all concerned.

Don Turner😞

Monique Sellies 😟

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4 days ago

The Monaro Post

Breaking: Three people have died in the Large Air Tanker crash at Peak View this afternoon. ... See MoreSee Less

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RIP brave pilots.

I just feel so very very sad hearing this. Condolences to their family and friends x

Tragic news from your beautiful area. I’m so sad. 😩

Such devastating news😢😢😢so sad for everyone involved😢😢

How much more devastation can we take, this is heartbreaking, tears for them and families 😥😥

Did what they did. RIP BOYS. YOU ARE OUR HERO'S. THOUGHTS WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS.

It's so sad they came to help and this happens. RIP

Deepest condolences to family and friends 💔 thank you for your service and sacrifice 😢

RIP. Just devastating.

This is a very heavy, dark start to the year.

This is heartbreaking.

so sad RIP

Tragic. Nothing but tragic..

This is such heartbreaking news for everyone involved.

So very sad

Such a sad day. Very sorry to hear this. 😭😭

This is so so heartbreaking

Rip brave man 💔🙏🏼🙏🏼

So sad!

so sad.

😥 condolences. RIP

RIP Crew ☹️💕

Oh that's so sad

Tragic news

Peter Davis thinking of you and hoping you are safe

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4 days ago

The Monaro Post

Adaminaby Complex fire downgraded to Watch and Act.
4.20pm Thursday January 23.Watch and Act - Adaminaby Complex bush fire (Snowy Monaro LGA)

The immediate threat has eased. Some light rain is falling on the fireground.

If you are in areas including Shannons Flat, Ashvale, Anglers Reach, Old Adaminaby and Bobeyan Road, monitor conditions. Know what you will do if the fire threatens.

For more information: ow.ly/DcGV50y2G7O
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Adaminaby Complex fire downgraded to Watch and Act. 
4.20pm Thursday January 23.

4 days ago

The Monaro Post

Reports indicate a Large Air Tanker may have crashed near Numeralla while over the Good Good fire. ... See MoreSee Less

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This is so sad! Breaking news has said that it crashed at Peak View 😭 I hope the people onboard survived. 🙏

So much sadness please let the pilot be safe 🙏

Praying for all involved. Hoping everyone is safe 🙏 ❤️🙏❤️🙏

This is so sad praying everyone is ok 😢

Please let everyone be safe.

This is heartbreaking

Michelle Boyd

Ken Jones

Mel Downs

Libby Sellars, Kirrily Gould - What the .....!!!!????

Bev Gail

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4 days ago

The Monaro Post

MONARO FIRES UPDATE - THURSDAY 23 JANUARY, 13:51PM

EMERGENCY WARNING - CREEWAH ROAD (GLEN ALLEN)

A bush fire is burning in the Glen Allen area. The fire is currently out of control.

Current Situation

- A fire is burning in the area of the New Line Road and Creewah Road intersection in Glen Allen.
- The fire is spreading quickly.
- Firefighters are working to contain the fire.

Advice

- If you are in the area of New Line Road and Creewah Road in Glen Allen, you are at risk.
- It is too late to leave.
- Seek shelter as the fire approaches. Protect yourself from the heat of the fire.

If you are threatened by fire

- Do not be in the path of the fire.
- Protect yourself from the heat of the fire. Wear protective clothing and footwear. Cover all exposed skin.
- If the fire impacts, seek shelter in a solid structure to protect yourself from the heat of the fire.
- If your life is at risk, call Triple Zero (000).
- If you are in an area that has already been affected by fire, there may be small areas of active fire burning for some time. - Be aware of the dangers of trees and branches falling.
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4 days ago

The Monaro Post

EMERGENCY WARNING - Creewah Road, Glen Allen (Snowy Monaro LGA)

A fire is burning in the area of the New Line Road and Creewah Road intersection in Glen Allen.

The fire is spreading quickly. Firefighters are working to contain the fire.

If you are in the area of New Line Road and Creewah Road in Glen Allen, you are at risk. It is too late to leave. Seek shelter as the fire approaches. Protect yourself from the heat of the fire.
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4 days ago

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