Bitumen paving contractor Fulton Hogan, with the assistance of Cobar Shire Council staff, last week carried out an extra job when they were in town to do road resealing work. After completing work on Murray and Green streets, the crew then donated their time and services to reseal the driveway and carpark at the Cobar Hospital. The driveway and carpark upgrade are part of the Cobar Hospital Appearance Maintenance Project (CHAMP) refurbishment project. The CHAMP project is almost complete with some painting and light replacement still to be carried out.
Local businessman Chris Deighton has called upon Cobar Shire Council to provide the public with more detailed information about what the future holds for our water situation. Mr Deighton told The Cobar Weekly he has plans to substantially expand his business but said he can’t do that without knowing what’s […]
The Cobar Shire Council has been named one of the national Heart Foundation award winners, after being named the New South Wales State winner several months ago. The Heart Foundation honoured Australia’s healthiest communities as part of its Local Government Awards program that recognise local councils’ contribution to tackling heart […]
Cobar Shire Council is to receive $1Million to seal 12km of the Grain Road at Euabalong as part of $14Million in upgrades being funded under the Federal Government’s Heavy Vehicle Safety and Productivity Program. The project is one of seven heavy vehicle routes in the Parkes electorate that will soon […]