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A passionate outdoor enthusiast keen for people of all abilities to have opportunities in nature will deliver the World Environment Day address in Bega. Bournda Environmental Education Centre has been hosting the dinner to celebrate the United Nations sanctioned day for the last 41 years. Previous speakers at the Bega event include former NSW Premier, Bob Carr, Dr John Merso,...
Health & Wellbeing
People packed a Merimbula cinema last week to trigger a better and more open discussion about suicide with the hope of reducing the number of deaths caused by "brain pain" and acknowledging the hurt and impact carried by the family and friends left behind. Mental health advocate, Glenn Cotter hosted a screening of the movie, "Suicide: The Ripple Effect" at the Picture Showman...
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What a weekend in South East NSW, the strangely warm days of April were blown away by a polar cold front we'd been warned about for since Wednesday. Rain, snow, big seas, and strong winds had their influence on what we did and didn't do. Some welcomed nature's surge and got out in it, energised by the power on display...
Arts & Culture
A Moruya photographer who confesses to once being a "little kid who wasted film" will take centre stage at the Eurobodalla River of Art Festival. The work and growing talent of Peter Vassallo will be on show at the Dr Mackay Centre in Moruya, with visitors treated to Peter's stunning portraits of twenty local personalities. The faces staring back include...
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There are high hopes that a weather system moving across Australia will deliver welcome rain and a dump of snow to South East NSW - the region's first significant break from at least five months of dry, warm days. A strong cold front from the Southern Ocean is moving across from Western Australia now, it's chill is likely to be...
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Penny Whistlers is Kiama’s favourite harbour-view café with a relaxed atmosphere, artisan coffee and amazing gourmet food. The venue is open daily for breakfast and lunch, and for dinner, drinks and live music from Thursday to Saturday. Owners Pete and Cheree Henderson opened the venue three years ago, bringing with them over 15 years’ experience at some of Sydney’s top...
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Every public school in New South Wales would have a school nurse if Bronnie Taylor MLC had her way. For the time being, the Parliamentary Secretary for the Deputy Premier and Southern NSW is content to let a two-year trial at three high schools speak for itself and build momentum for more positions in the future. Young in Western NSW was...
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Oyster lovers, fine foodies and many families from Sydney, Canberra, and south-east NSW will head to the annual Narooma Oyster Festival this weekend. The Festival launches on Friday (4 May) afternoon at 4:30 pm with a free family concert featuring the Steve Edmonds Band, a freestyle motocross display, climaxing with fantastic fireworks at 8 pm. Saturday’s Festival starts at 10 am. The Narooma Oyster...
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Police in the ACT are asking for your help in locating two missing teens. 15-year-old Courtney Archer was last seen on Tuesday (May 1) and 15-year-old Charlie Bouwman who was last seen today (Wednesday, May 2). Courtney was reported missing to ACT Police after not attending school on Tuesday. She is described as Caucasian in appearance with a fair complexion and...
Community
The Narooma community has stopped to honour and recognise the contribution of wartime nurses. Canberra's Robyn Shackleton made one of the keynote speeches at the town's war memorial on Anzac Day, not only reflecting on her time as a Navy nurse but also the work of her compatriates in World War 1. "The Australian Army Nursing Service was formed in...
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Police across Southern NSW have wrapped up their three-day road blitz by asking all road users to share the responsibility for safer driving behaviour. Operation Chrome was rolled out on Friday and concluded on Sunday; the aim was to reduce road trauma, but sadly four lives were lost during the course of the operation. Officers from all police districts within...
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A report that Batemans Bay grandfather David Degning has a more serious criminal history than was first reported here comes with mixed feelings for me. In the midst of Anzac Day, News.com.au pointed to a suspended prison sentence Mr Degning received for a sex offence. "His serious offence dates from 2012 and resulted in a prison sentence being imposed, but news.com.au...
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The roads of Southern NSW are a focus for NSW Police over the next three days with the launch of Operation Chrome. The first phase of Operation Chrome will run from today (April 27) until Sunday (April 29), with the aim of reducing road trauma and saving lives on rural roads. The operation will utilise police from all Police Districts within the...
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Batemans Bay grandfather David Degning will not be deported on Thursday, with the Federal Court to review his case in June. He will remain at the Villawood Detention Centre for the time being. Mr Degning's story has given people in the Eurobodalla and beyond an insight into the powers of Australia's Immigration Minister and his Department. Mr Degning arrived in...
Community
The inaugural Snowy Monaro Youth Awards have highlighted the vast contribution being made to the community and the future by teens in towns like Bombala, Jindabyne, and Cooma. Awards in eleven categories were contested by 49 nominations, with the awards ceremony at the Cooma Ex-services Club one of the highlights of Youth Week celebrations in the Shire. Snowy Monaro Youth Mayor, Zara...
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Eurobodalla Shire Council has released plans for a second water supply storage in the shire. Concept designs for a new $100 million dam near Bodalla are now complete and available for the community to view and make comment on. The proposed facility is unlike a traditional dam in that it is off-stream, with water pumped to it from the Tuross...
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