Jimmy Neyland rolled up his sleeve on Friday for a COVID vaccination with nurse Lisa Travis at the Cobar Health Service. Staff carried out 282 vaccinations at Friday’s clinic adding to the 151 vaccinations they administered to local residents last month. Health Service Manager Mary Urquhart reports a cross section of the community from 18 year olds, to mums and dads, and seniors (one of whom was 89) lined up last week for their AstraZeneca shots. The next opportunity for locals to get vaccinated will be next week at the Western NSW Local Health District/Australian Defence Force pop-up clinics at the Cobar Youth & Fitness Centre from Monday September 6 through to Wednesday September 8.
Cobar’s mystery TattsLotto division one winner has been found but it’s taken a while for Carl Young to let that all sink in. The local farmer had gone about his week as usual, without realising he had a division one winning Saturday Lotto ticket stuffed in his wallet. After reading […]
Cobar community came out in droves on Friday night to join in the pre-Christmas celebration organised by the Cobar Business Association. With sponsorship from Glencore CSA Mine, Sandvik and Cobar Shire Council, there was extra entertainment this year with the Excite Christmas Special and local band Ballz n All playing […]