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Let there be light! Queanbeyan AFL oval illuminated with brand new lights
Sport
The Queanbeyan Tigers AFL season couldn't have gotten off to a better start, with a 47-point win made all the better with the official turning on of the brand new lights at the Tigers’ home ground, Allinsure Park. Allinsure Park was lit up with upgraded lights after a $450,000 investment by the NSW Government. The field had been fitted with old lights that...
Snowy Monaro Youth Awards highlight talent, passion, depth
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...
46km of new trails to help explore Kosciuszko National Park
Environment
Australia's highest places have just received a $27 million boost with 46km of new walking and mountain bike trails to be developed through the picturesque Kosciuszko National Park. Deputy Premier and Member for Monaro, John Barilaro, says the investment will create one of Australia’s, if not the world’s, best multi-day walking tracks and will totally transform summer tourism in the...
National Sheep Dog Trials – the next big thing in women’s sport
Health & Wellbeing
Women are making their presence felt at the National Sheep Dog Trials underway at Hall Showground, 25 minutes west of the Canberra CBD. President of the Trials Association, Charlie Cover says 41% of entries this year come from female handlers. "Its a record for us and I think it might also be a world record," Charlie says. "Women's sport, in...
Eurobodalla and Bega Valley legends countdown to Gold Coast Commonwealth Games
Health & Wellbeing
Thousands of "local legends" around Australia have just been told they will carry the Queen’s Baton through their community in the run-up to the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games - 19 Bega Valley and Eurobodalla locals are among them... Peter Anderson, Malua Bay Robert Blake, Malua Bay Darren Browning, Tomakin Ann Brummell, Batemans Bay Anthony Fahey, Dalmeny Leah Hearne, Lilli Pilli...
Coasties farewell Tassie ahead of Karl Posselt Cup weekend
Sport
Months of training and fundraising have come together for fourteen lads from the Bega Valley and Eastern Victoria competing in the Launceston Soccer Tournament last weekend (Sept 22,23,24) in Tasmania. The group of thirteen-year olds came from Bega, Merimbula, Eden, and Mallacoota, playing in the sky-blue jersey of the Far South Coast Soccer Association (FSCSA). It’s been somewhat of a...
Roosters rally and turn heartbreak into strength, Noa Jessop plays on
Sport
When 10-year-old Noa Jessop was hit by a car and died at the gate to his families farm, a heavy sadness fell across the Bega Valley community. Tears have been a big part of the 41 days that have followed, but so too has something powerful and remarkable. Something that will never justify the loss of a boy described as a...
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