2022

More crafty ideas

Cobar Library staff member Natalia Papierniak showing leather craft workshop participant Julianne Foster some ideas of how to decorate her belt on Saturday morning at the library. The library hosts a variety of craft workshops for adults once a month.

2022

Local producers attend sheep reproduction workshop

Local livestock producers were able to attend a sheep reproduction workshop organised by Western Local Land Services at Nullogoola near Cobar last week. Geoff Duddy from Sheep Solutions headed up the workshop which had seven attendees. Mr Duddy spoke about all aspects of the sheep reproduction cycle and explained a […]

2022

Youth hear from inspiring speaker

Samantha Longmore, at centre front, was in town teaching classes at The Pink Galah art studio over the weekend and was coaxed into staying another night. Cobar Shire Council youth officer, Natalie Prisk, said they engaged Samantha to make a presentation to local youth. She recounted her story of how […]

2022

Gold star for the Kubby House team

It was all smiles last week at the Kubby House Child Care Centre after the centre and staff were given a high assessment rat-ing by the Department of Education. Kubby House underwent an Assessment and Rating (A&R) process at the beginning of the month and received a ‘Meeting NQS’ (National […]

2022

A local learning lesson

Cobar Public School teacher Dimity Stone (at right) with some of the school’s Year 3 and 4 students who took part in a walking excursion last Thursday. The group had stopped at the Great Western Gallery to look at some of the historical photos on display. The excursion was part […]

2022

Guides take to the water

A group of 10 Cobar Girl Guides headed to Sydney over the weekend to join other Girl Guides from around the state to experience canoeing, kayaking, paddle boarding and sailing. The girls completed a variety of training including an exercise that required them to capsize their canoe and swim to […]