Nimmitabel Lions Club officiated the launch of the Nimity Bell last Saturday October 23.
Minister for Mental Health, Regional Youth and Women, Bronnie Taylor MLC, and Mayor Peter Beer, Snowy Monaro Regional Council performed the opening.
Okay, so where did spring disappear to?
We are supposed to be having warmer temperatures and enjoying the beginning of our spring growth period - and that, for Mother Nature’s information – does not include persistent frosts!
Referring to the letter September 29/09/2021 Definition of Democracy. Yes, our democracy leaders were elected by the majority of the people of Australia, but I also and others can voice their opinions even if we also voted for them at the time.
I am a landholder and concerned resident of property at the top of Brown Mountain, and am writing on behalf of dozens of neighbours to express our huge dismay at a supposed feral pig control program initiated by the Bega Local Land Services office that will be running over the next 4-6 weeks in this area.
I agree with Mr Lanyon that the brumbies are wonderful creatures.
They just should not be in a national park.
It has been revealed that over 70 percent of Australian white cane users are put in danger by ‘everyday’ objects.*
Getting that digital vaccination certificate downloaded was not all that difficult really, nor was getting it from my desktop onto my phone.
The border restrictions with the ACT have now eased and the border-travel zone between the ACT and NSW has been expanded to include much of the Snowy Monaro, meaning people in our region can now travel to Canberra for any number of reasons, including to visit family and friends.
On Thursday night, Councillor Rooney will propose a motion to the Snowy Monaro Council meeting that a small section of Smiths Road be rezoned from E3 (Environmental Management) to E4 (Environmental Living).
The sound of leather on willow will soon resonate across the region with the Monaro District Cricket Association’s (MDCA) senior and junior seasons starting in less than a fortnight.
An excellent golfing display has seen Dave Crawford claim the 2021 Cooma Club Championship with the fantastic score of 281 gross, seven under par for the four rounds.
Tuesday is the favourite day of the week for many of the Cooma Car Club’s members. It’s the day they gather at the club’s headquarters to enjoy one another’s company.
Cooma Stallions first grade captain/coach Aaron Gorrell will swap the footy boots for runners when he takes part in ‘The Big Three: 150km Trek’ fundraiser to support the McGrath Foundation.
The Jindabyne Netball Committee is excited to welcome players back to the courts for this year’s competitions.
Registrations are now open via the new Play HQ website where each player can create a profile that can be saved and used for future registrations.
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.
Berridale Lions Club are excited to announce that members are busy organising a night time Christmas Fair for Saturday December 11, the first Christmas Fair the club has been able to hold since the beginning of the pandemic.
COVID-19 is a global pandemic. So why do we still feel ashamed by catching the virus?
If you’re one of the many Australians who’ve received a dreaded positive COVID-19 result, you might be dealing with a complex range of emotions.
The Bombala Public School has been among the schools in the region excited to welcome back the majority of its students following ongoing lockdowns and the September school holidays.
Wellbeing Wednesday is a proactive initiative undertaken by Cooma North Public School to ensure that students are looking after their wellbeing.
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.