Former Cobar Catholic parish priest Fr Paul Finucane was back in town on Friday night with a group of Year 10, 11 and 12 students from St Leo’s College in Sydney with Aboriginal liaison officer David Ella from the Broken Bay Diocese. The group spent the first night of their eight day outback pilgrimage tour in Cobar taking in the local sights and enjoying the Fort Bourke Hill look out over New Cobar mine. The group plans to adventure further west and explore Mt Grenfell, Broken Hill, Menindee Lakes, Lake Mungo and White Cliffs as part of their tour.
The Cobar Roosters senior rugby league teams were on the road early on Saturday morning headed to Dubbo to take on the Macquarie Raiders in the Tooheys Group 11 Rugby League competition. The Cobar club was short on players available for Saturday’s games with 11 players doing double duty to […]
A local woman was found alive on Saturday afternoon after surviving in the bush for five days after she was the subject of a NSW Police search last week. Danielle Martin, known to her friends and family as Nelly, was reported by her partner as missing to police last Wednesday […]
The Cobar Business Association has once again welcomed the sponsorship of New Gold Peak Gold Mines and Glencore CSA Mine for their annual Great Cobar Business Awards. Brien Obray, CSA Mine’s human resources superintendent, said he believes the awards help to bring a level of professional recognition to local businesses. […]