Tag Archive: Moruya

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Eurobodalla Mayor Liz Innes, says she is proud to have worked with the community in developing the Rural Lands Strategy. Yesterday's (August 28) Council meeting to resolve the issue has been described as a marathon, which is perhaps fitting considering the plan has been on Council's agenda for six years. "What really hit me yesterday, listening to the speakers in...
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This week's leadership tension within the Turnbull Government stands in stark contrast to the real-life pressures of fire and drought being faced by many families in South East NSW. Perhaps speaking with some first-hand knowledge, Labor's Mike Kelly, Federal Member for Eden-Monaro says the Liberal - National Government risks being distracted by self-interest and missing the job at hand. "In...
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Eurobodalla Deputy Mayor, Anthony Mayne is calling for a halt to the ongoing and long-running debate around the shire's strategy to manage farming land. Cr Mayne believes the implications are broader than just 'rural lands' and wants more people to have input, he's suggesting the community lacks confidence in the process that created the Rural Lands Strategy and needs to...
Environment
The gentle wafts of spring will soon start to move through the ACT and Southern NSW and nature will stir from it's frozen slumber and once again dazzle our senses. The growth and spread of a Canberra inspired mobile phone App will help capture nature's work this coming season and build local scientific knowledge. Aaron Clausen is the passion and brains behind NatureMapr:...
What's On
Moruya's dynamic Red Door Theatre Company is on the road this weekend for the final performances of their contemporary satire "All in a Night's Work". "Going on the road has been a brave," says Company President and cast member Anthony Mayne. "Bums on seats is key, ours is a region of people who don't tend to prebook tickets, which can be terrifying going...
What's On
Moruya might just be home to the best-kept secret on the Australian music festival circuit - Granite Town! Now in its fifth year, Granite Town is a community run, not for profit festival, and an evolution of the long-running Moruya Jazz Festival. ‘Moruya’s Funky Little Festival’ has just announced this year’s line-up and it doesn’t get much funkier than this:...
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The Member's for Monaro and Bega are heralding this week's NSW Budget as one that is making generational differences to communities from Durras to Eden to Jindabyne to Queanbeyan. “The funding announced in this budget will set in stone many key projects that will transform the Monaro for generations to come,” Monaro MP and Deputy Premier John Barilaro says. “At...
Arts & Culture
Dust and thunder from a regional speedway has roared across the big screen in Canberra, ahead of the documentary's first screening within the community that inspired it. For Bega Valley filmmakers Andrew Moore and Fiona Scott, "Thunder and Dust" has been a five-year passion centred around Sapphire Speedway, west of Candelo. Friday (June 8) nights screening with the ANU Film Group...
Arts & Culture
While Sydney stops for the annual Vivid Festival 303km south Moruya is gearing up for a light show of its own. An innovative digital exhibition featuring local Aboriginal artworks will be projected onto the front of Eurobodalla Shire Council’s HQ every night during Reconciliation Week. Aside from captivating local art, this Friday (May 25) night's launch of the 'Yuin Country: Art and Land...
Community
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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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 Batemans Bay grandfather is in Villawood Detention Centre awaiting deportation back to the United Kingdom on Thursday. Family, friends, and supporters say David Degning was bundled out of his home in handcuffs at dawn three months ago by 16 Border Force officers. Jody Warren has known Mr Degning for 30 years and says he is scared, confused, and feels...
Health & Wellbeing
The Eurobodalla is taking action on drugs and alcohol after hearing heart-wrenching first-hand accounts of the impacts being felt locally. A community meeting driven by the three Rotary Clubs of the Eurobodalla attracted almost 200 people on Monday (April 9) night to the St Mary's Performing Arts Centre at Moruya. The room was a mix of ages and backgrounds, not...
Environment
Eurobodalla residents are being asked to outline their concerns, experiences, and values when it comes to the shire's troublesome population of visiting flying foxes. A shire-wide flying fox management plan is being drafted that will set out how Council makes decisions about managing the impacts this threatened species has on residents. Eurobodalla Shire Council’s Director of Planning and Sustainability, Lindsay...
Arts & Culture
Batemans Bay, Moruya, Narooma, and Cooma have made a case to host one of the biggest events in Australian music - Triple J's One Night Stand.
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