Southern NSW Local Health District is reporting one new COVID-19 case in Cooma in the 24 hours to 8pm last night.
The case is currently under investigation. There are four active cases in the Snowy Monaro region.
The following may seem like an odd thing to write about, but as we are on the fast track to Christmas now, I’m going to call it appropriate.
Why is Christmas so important? What separates Christmas from other national celebrations?
It was hard not to share the despair of COP26’s president, Alok Sharma, when he shed tears in the final stages of the Glasgow conference.
We need councillors who stand for strong climate action
After attending the Cooma council elections candidates meeting at the Alpine Hotel last Wednesday, I would like to thank the candidates present on the night.
Well, here we are 10 days our from our local council elections and the NSW Electoral Commission has provided local media with NO information.
In its infinite wisdom, the NSWEC has allocated all its advertising funding to one large media company, for a digital campaign.
The early symptoms of the Covid19 Virus have been very similar to Influenza Virus which has come around with highs and lows of severity for many years and has an unenvied record of infections and deaths in Australia far far greater than covid19 even to this date.
We are told by the Democrat Party in the USA that diversity is their strength and I could not agree more with the notion.
After weeks of silence, Council returned to the “divestment” of aged care. What I find particularly puzzling are the grants provided in Council September 2021 meeting papers. This was for $1.213m for Snowy River Hostel (SRH) and $817,733 for Yallambee Lodge. What are these grants for?
Two stalwarts of the Cooma Rugby Union Football Club have been recognised for their many years of hard work and commitment to local rugby with the duo becoming the club’s latest life members.
The Cooma Women’s Tigers finally blew the whistle on their tumultuous but successful season in the Division 3 Capital Football Competition with a team presentation on Saturday November 20.
In a big field of golfers, John Dixon of Berridale won the annual final of the Monthly Medal competition at Coolamatong on Sunday.
While the event looked like being rained-out earlier in the week with heavy rain forecast, the day turned-out without a drop of rain for the annual event.
On Wednesday, the ladies played a Stableford for Deb Ingram Trophy. Finally, golfers were able to complete the programme for the golfing season after many changes due to COVID-19 restrictions, lock downs and the weather.
Jindabyne locals welcome their new feature installation by famous artist in their backyard in East Jindabyne.
For the first time, Garage Sale Trail 2021 will take place over three glorious weekends from November 6 to 21, allowing even more people to sell, shop and learn about the circular economy.
Small supermarket franchise, Friendly Grocer has set up shop in the Jindabyne Town Centre and are officially opening their doors and welcoming the community on Wednesday November 3.
Earlier this year, damaging winds up to 100 km/h swept through Jindabyne and the Jindabyne Community Garden’s greenhouse was caught in the cross fire, leaving only fragments behind.
We all know that Halloween was warmly embraced in Bombala this year with a great street party, but they weren’t about to miss out at the Bombala Public School either!
Last week saw Bombala High School students vying for the role of 2022 School President. Three applicants applied and successfully passed the application vetting process revolving around why and how they would uphold the school’s values of ‘Personal Best, Respect and Responsibility’.
Bombala’s St Joseph’s Catholic School participated in ‘Day for Daniel’ organised through the Daniel Morcombe Foundation on Wednesday, October 27.
The inaugural meeting of the very first EarlyAct Club of New South Wales took place on Monday October 18 during lunchtime.