NSW Police have released images of a man and woman they believe might be able to assist with inquiries into the hit and run of a Monaro Police District Senior Constable near Cooma last month.
Investigators have released additional images as inquiries continue into a crash that left the policeman with serious head injuries.
Last week we talked about the suddenly cool status of Lockdown Hair and how we’re really happy with it now, but like with every positive, there’s inevitably a negative. Like Lockdown Body. Anyone who has acquired one of those is probably not happy at all.
Who secretly decided that Australia is to become a nuclear nation.? Were we, or our elected representatives consulted about this decision to collaborate with the UK and the USA to make Australia more insecure? Was this debated in Parliament?
No this is not a democracy any more like the one I knew and voted for. I am afraid you are wrong Max Perry. A democracy is for all the people regardless of who we have voted for. You would do well to update your knowledge regarding this.
I would like to share with your readers my recent correspondence with the A.N.Z. Bank C.E.O. Shayne Elliott.
I have been researching various early cars built or introduced to Australia in parts.
One of the makes was the ‘Australis’ which was made by GW and G Wood, who were engineers and had a company called the Austral Gas Engine Works in Leichardt. This was back in 1910.
While enjoying early spring days on the Monaro, with fruit trees bursting into flowers weeks before their time, I couldn’t help thinking what might lie ahead this summer.
Some people need to adjust their attitude and their behaviour towards others.
The Postman observed some pretty poor behaviour in Coles last Sunday afternoon.
Well that was a weekend and a half. Like many other local residents, The Postman’s work colleague was contacted by NSW Health and advised he was a close contact of a Covid case which meant immediate 14-day isolation and a Covid test.
Sporting clubs across the Snowy Monaro have welcomed the lifing of stay-at-home orders with locals once again able to enjoy the sporting pursuits and social activites they love. Outdoor gatherings of up to 20 can now take place and many sporting organisations unable to operate throughout lockdown have recommenced.
With only 150 days to go to the 2022 Olympic Winter Games and the calendar winter officially over, Australian snow sport athletes are already preparing for the start of the Northern season, but few are looking forward to returning to World Cup racing more than two-time Winter Olympian Sami Kennedy-Sim.
After a series of meetings, discussions of options and postponing the decision as long as possible in hopes of a different outcome, the Bombala and District Jockey Club has made the tough call to cancel the 2021 Bombala Races.
Dedicated volunteers at Coolamatong have been working hard with the annual coring and top dressing of all the greens over recent days. While this is happening, temporary greens have been set up for a few weeks making life a somewhat different for putting.
The current restrictions in the Snowy Monaro LGA will be eased from 1 pm 16 September, meaning Jindabyne Central School (JCS) will move to operating under Level 3 conditions as part of their COVID-safe return to school roadmap.
As the NSW state-wide lockdown continued into its fourth week local community groups are feeling the separation and isolation immensely.
As previously reported in this paper the Jindabyne pool closed on Friday August 6 and as at publication will have been closed for 40 days.
In a glamourous gala event, local Jindabyne resident, Em Hardwicke was recently crowned Ms Australia World Universal 2021 and will go on to compete at the International Finals next July where she will vie for the title of Ms World Universal 2022.
The Bombala Public School was among the many throughout the region that opened classrooms for normal operation when lockdown was lifted for the final day of Term 3 last Friday.
The Bombala Public School is determined to make lockdown as bright as possible, and following on from its recent Footy Colours Day, it enjoyed Crazy Sock Day last week.
Nimmitabel Public School students have been treated to some larger-than-life surprises when two captivating new murals were unveiled to much excitement.