Thredbo had a great start to the season with snow falling up top from the minute the Gondola started turning.
The atmosphere was high with people keen to make the most of first turns.
Over three days leading up to opening weekend, Mother Nature served up a huge snow storm total of 60cm.
Seriously? Besides “trashing the planet” Baby Boomers are now being cited as causing the Sydney housing crisis. Well I’m getting a little tired of all the Boomer Bashing, convenient as it is for younger generations to blame everything on us.
On the evening of Tuesday June 7, the Snowy Monaro Regional Council presented a public information session to address the need for aged care facilities to comply with the new aged care regulations by
Following the Post letter, “Have your say” by Phil Daley on 05/05/21, “Council’s moral obligation” by Bill Smits on 12/05/21, “Please buy what we’re selling you” on 14/04/21, and the “Postman” on 26/05/21, I raise further concerns about SMRC notification letters regarding our assets being reclassified to “operational” land.
This might just be The Postman being a tad grumpy, but how many other people are wondering WHY, of all weekends to carry out “planned maintenance”, Telstra had to choose probably the busiest weekend of the year for our region?
Old Bega Road, Nimmitabel, is once again experiencing neglect from Snowy Monaro Regional Council.
Some people like to trawl garage sales or village shops, or drive around checking out the local sights, but The Bloke and I sometimes get the yen to take a quiet drive through some of the little pocket communities around these parts and check out the houses.
In response to the Post article, “Council cuts services to reduce budget deficit” on 21/04/21, I feel it is particularly strange how our community (who receive the “services”) were never involved in this exercise. Surely, the very recent financial changes (which seem to be still occurring given May 2021’s Council meeting papers) alter the state of what Council is proposing as a draft budget and operational plan for public exhibition? So, what was placed on display should be updated and then re-posted for another 28 days.
Life goes by so quickly and we are all caught up in the living of it.
Sometimes it appears as if every day is the same, but that is so not true.
Four Cooma Junior Red Devils will compete against some of the best rugby talent in the country when they represent the Brumbies Provincial side in the Southern States Championships this July.
Cooma Little Athletics has capped off an excellent season, winning two major awards at the ACT Little Athletics annual presentation.
The Cooma club’s excellent results have been rewarded with the ACT Little Athletics Small Centre Championship accolade. This award is presented to the athletics centre with less than 100 registered athletes who achieve the highest number of points at the state championships.
Anticipation is already building for the Bombala Blue Heelers’ Annual Heritage Round, which is set to be played on Saturday, July 10 at the local Exhibition Ground.
Snow Australia Para FUTURES is back again in 2021 with a two-day camp organised in Perisher on July 24 and 25 with support from Paralympics Australia (PA) and Disabled Wintersport Australia (DWA).
The Department of Education is delivering a new education campus for the Jindabyne community and is committed to working together with our school communities and other stakeholders to deliver the best possible learning facilities for students.
Discovery Holidays Parks, Jindabyne is receiving a facelift as the park introduces 12 brand new mountain style cabins to their premises.
General Manager of the Jindabyne site, Stuart Ryan, is excited to be offering the use of these new cabins ready for the winter season.
Jindabyne’s LGBTQIA+ Social Group, Jindy Pride, are celebrating Pride Month this June.
Pride Month is every June and celebrates the diversity of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex community.
Snowy Kids playgroup enjoyed a family day out at Lake Crackenback Resort on Monday.
The children and parents had a wonderful play in Wally Wombats Natural Playground, jumping on the trampolines and walking across the suspension bridge- finishing off with a sausage sizzle picnic.
Snowy Monaro Regional Council held their monthly meeting in Cooma on May 20 welcoming concerned members of the public to address councillors as they made their final decision on the proposed Eco-tourist facility to be built in Carinya.
A quirky boutique of beautiful trinkets, pampering products and elegant homewares sums up Jindabyne’s newest giftware’s store Alpine Ambiance in Nuggets Crossing.
It’s fun, it’s wacky and it’s got a whole lot of chicken.
Try not to ruffle your feathers on Friday 18 of June its Chicken Day. Get ready for the time of your life. We’ve got sausages, drinks and ice cream, fun activities and so much more.
K/1/2 had a wonderful time at Cockington Green in Canberra, on Tuesday 25 May. We were very excited to have a train ride and see all the miniature buildings and people. We found out that the scale of Cockington green is 1 metre to every 12 metres. That means that a 12 metre high building is re-created as a miniature building only 1m high!
Year 8 recently completed their poetry assessment, together in the library with Mrs Lew, Mr Brodie, Mr Perry and Sharon, working in a team-teaching environment.