Auxiliary given helping hand

Auxiliary given helping hand

Member for Monaro John Barilaro has recognised the tireless efforts of the Cooma Hospital Auxiliary.
Mr Barilaro presented Cooma Hospital Auxiliary…

Penning skills in Delegate

Penning skills in Delegate

The Delegate Team Penning event held at the Showground across the weekend was a huge success, with all who took part having only praise for the two days…

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Cooma Multicultural Centre moves into new home

Cooma Multicultural Centre has a new home after nine months of being without a permanent space.
The opening of The Alpine School on Mittagang Road meant the CMC had to leave their location and find something new. The CMC has now taken up the old Cooma-Monaro Express office at 53-55 Massie Street.
Cooma Multicultural Centre Manager Yvi Henderson says it is fantastic to have a space again.
“The community has been so great, with many of the church halls and the Youth Hub taking us in for various events and gatherings we had during that time.
“But we are very glad to have our own space now, and it is in a good central location, which is great.”
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Cooma Multicultural Centre moves into new home

Cooma Multicultural Centre has a new home after nine months of being without a permanent space.
The opening of The Alpine School on Mittagang Road meant the CMC had to leave their location and find something new. The CMC has now taken up the old Cooma-Monaro Express office at 53-55 Massie Street.
Cooma Multicultural Centre Manager Yvi Henderson says it is fantastic to have a space again.
“The community has been so great, with many of the church halls and the Youth Hub taking us in for various events and gatherings we had during that time.
“But we are very glad to have our own space now, and it is in a good central location, which is great.”
Read the full story in todays Monaro Post...... OUT NOW.

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All the best in the new CMC home.

2 hours ago

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3 days ago

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Your local newspaper for the Snowy Monaro Region, one paper covers it all!!
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6 days ago

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6 days ago

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month
It is yet another strong reminder to all Australian women they should put their health and well- being first.
Early detection remains the best chance of survival.
It is important women of all ages self-check their breasts, and women aged 50 to 74 years take up BreastScreen Australia’s invitation of a free screening. Many women are still not participating in the free screening program, although it could save their lives.
Breast cancer is the most common cancer among Australian women apart from non-melanoma skin cancer.
In 2019, it is estimated more than 19,300 Australian women will be diagnosed with breast
cancer. More than 3,000 women are expected to die from the disease.
As a result of the huge strides we have made in diagnosing breast cancer early and in treatment, more than nine out of 10 women diagnosed with breast cancer in Australia will survive.
But prevention is always better than cure.
There are known risk factors for breast cancer, and while some such as family history are not modifiable, some are.
Every woman should learn about these to understand her own risk. Information is available on the Cancer Australia’s website: https:// breastcancerriskfactors.gov.au
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Breast Cancer Awareness Month
It is yet another strong reminder to all Australian women they should put their health and well- being first.
Early detection remains the best chance of survival.
It is important women of all ages self-check their breasts, and women aged 50 to 74 years take up BreastScreen Australia’s invitation of a free screening. Many women are still not participating in the free screening program, although it could save their lives.
Breast cancer is the most common cancer among Australian women apart from non-melanoma skin cancer.
In 2019, it is estimated more than 19,300 Australian women will be diagnosed with breast
cancer. More than 3,000 women are expected to die from the disease.
As a result of the huge strides we have made in diagnosing breast cancer early and in treatment, more than nine out of 10 women diagnosed with breast cancer in Australia will survive.
But prevention is always better than cure.
There are known risk factors for breast cancer, and while some such as family history are not modifiable, some are.
Every woman should learn about these to understand her own risk. Information is available on the Cancer Australia’s website: https:// breastcancerriskfactors.gov.au

6 days ago

The Monaro Post

Positions Vacant
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6 days ago

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When they close Yulin Ave what happens if you live on Yulin Ave and you need to leave or come home

Daniel King

Ken Nguyen

6 days ago

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Alyshia Eeles

Narissa Robinson can you show this to Liyu if she’s at work

6 days ago

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Jack Markham

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Jim Brenner your old man need a dozer to add to the collection

Cady Scarlett more relations😁

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1 week ago

The Monaro Post

Slasher starts grass fire north of Cooma

Cooma Rural Fire Brigade and Fire and Rescue NSW Station 263 Cooma contained a grass fire burning north of Cooma on the Monaro Highway last Thursday 31 September.

Full story on page 3 of today's Monaro Post... OUT NOW!
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Slasher starts grass fire north of Cooma

Cooma Rural Fire Brigade and Fire and Rescue NSW Station 263 Cooma contained a grass fire burning north of Cooma on the Monaro Highway last Thursday 31 September.

Full story on page 3 of todays Monaro Post... OUT NOW!

1 week ago

The Monaro Post

New toilets for Numeralla campground

New toilets at the Badja Reserve in Numeralla are now in operation.
The toilets were funded by the NSW government Stronger Country Communities Fund as one of the 100 Major Projects being rolled out across the Snowy Monaro.

Read the full story on page 3 of today's Monaro Post.
#allaboutlocalnews #snowymountainsregionaustralia
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New toilets for Numeralla campground

New toilets at the Badja Reserve in Numeralla are now in operation.
The toilets were funded by the NSW government Stronger Country Communities Fund as one of the 100 Major Projects being rolled out across the Snowy Monaro.

Read the full story on page 3 of todays Monaro Post.
#allaboutlocalnews #snowymountainsregionaustralia
#newspapers

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Great 👍🏼

Jessica Heinrich

Penny Brennan

Annie Agnew Sean Agnew Tess Vierboom

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1 week ago

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Rip Shirley ❤️

1 week ago

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OUT NOW
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2 weeks ago

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Cooma fans backing local born and raised Raiders Halfback Sam Williams
#Canberraraiders
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Cooma fans backing local born and raised Raiders Halfback Sam Williams 
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GO SAMMY !!!

Go Sam, go raiders, you have fans in all states 🤞🏻👍🏻

Not this Rooster. Sorry Sam Williams

How cool is that 👌 What position is he playing?

2 weeks ago

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Josh gets medals sneak peek. Full story on page 54 of this week's Monaro Post.
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Congratulations Josh!

Well done Josh 👏👏👏

2 weeks ago

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2 weeks ago

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They won't get rid of me that easy, that's in the lower area of Park road

Monique Schreiber

Tom Wright perfect for ya if you got the deposit

Jim are you moving ? 😀

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Peter Campbell

2 weeks ago

The Monaro Post

Cooma RFB are on scene at a grass fire just north of Cooma on the Monaro Hwy.

Smoke may impact the road and drivers are asked to slow down and drive to conditions, and obey directions given by emergency services.
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2 weeks ago

The Monaro Post

Recognition for outstanding contribution to the cattle industry

Hazeldean’s James Litchfield OAM was presented with honorary life membership of Australian Angus by president Brad Gilmour at the recent Hazeldean spring bull sale.
Mr Litchfield has been recognised for his lifetime’s work and contribution to Angus Australia and the cattle industry.

Read the full story in your free copy of YOUR FARM MAGAZINE, included in todays MONARO POST.
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Recognition for outstanding contribution to the cattle industry

Hazeldean’s James Litchfield OAM was presented with honorary life membership of Australian Angus by president Brad Gilmour at the recent Hazeldean spring bull sale.
Mr Litchfield has been recognised for his lifetime’s work and contribution to Angus Australia and the cattle industry.

Read the full story in your free copy of YOUR FARM MAGAZINE, included in todays MONARO POST.

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Congratulations to the Litchfield family my dad did a lot of plumbing work on the property for the Litchfields in the 60s and 70s (Frank Zemlicka)

Congratulations to the Litchfield family...

Much deserved recognition 👏👏👏

2 weeks ago

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Nicole Wheatley want to go have a look

Graeme Scarlett try now

Jack Markham gotta go!

Cady Scarlett show Graeme

Kate ?

Rippa Rugs

Mark Tangye

Andrew Reed

Michael Hedger

Jodi N Gary Moore

Steve Heise

Shane Holness

Darryl Doo Jimmy

Amy Pritchard

Kaeliff Khoury

Tim

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