Bushies and townies’ Heath, Nardine and Addison Cull, along with Shae Martin, enjoyed the Drought Breaker community party at the Cobar Memorial Swimming Pool on Friday afternoon. The party featured entertainment, water slides and inflatables fun, gourmet hamburgers and a lolly bar, face painting and giveaways. The free community event was coordinated by Cobar Shire Council with help from the Royal Flying Doctor Service and GIVIT and was funded under the Commonwealth Government Drought Assistance program.
The Cobar Show Society has made the difficult decision to cancel this year’s Cobar Show following discussions at an extraordinary meeting on Sunday. Cobar Show Society secretary Heather Christie said the cancellation of the Cobar Show comes off the back of the recent announcement of the cancellation of the 2019 […]
NSW primary producers continue to be challenged by the current seasonal conditions, with the latest NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) State Seasonal Update indicating almost all the state is now in mild to severe drought. Dry and warm conditions remained through May with only isolated areas of the North […]
The new Squalleyball competition got off to a good start at the youth centre last Thursday night with two very close games played. Sweet Rally, who’s had an injection of some new players this competition, finished with a narrow 3-2 win over newcomers, Mixed Up. Sweet Rally convincingly won the […]