Getting down to business

Shadow Minister for Finance, Small Business and the Gig Economy, Daniel Mookhey MLC was in Cobar last Wednesday speaking to local business people about how they were recovering from the drought and COVID pandemic. Mr Moohkey is pictured with Wendy Robinson and Kelly Randall from Cobar Furniture One who reported […]

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Butler secures a review of IPTAAS

Member for Barwon Roy Butler secured a commitment from Health Minister Brad Hazzard in Parliament last week to review the Isolated Patients Travel and Accommodation Assistance Scheme (IPTAAS). “The current IPTAAS subsidies of 22 cents per kilometre for private vehicle travel, and $43 per night for the first seven nights […]


A $50K pool plan

Cobar Shire Council will spend $50,000 of their NSW Government Resources for Regions Round 7 funding on a plan to upgrade Cobar Memorial Swimming Pool. The funding will enable Council to engage a suitably qualified and reputable consultant to undertake and deliver a business case study for investigating the upgrade […]


$1.375M spend on industrial area

Cobar Shire Council has been allocated $1.375 million from Round 7 of the NSW Government Resources for Regions funding to upgrade the Cobar Industrial Estate. When applying for the funding, Council proposed the money would be spent to upgrade roads (to a standard capable of withstanding use by A Double […]