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.
After the rain during the week, and with a fine, sunny day on Sunday, shooters came out of the wood work for the Cobar Amateur Pistol Club’s 25 Metre Centrefire/Sports Pistol event. Under the guidance of Merv O’Brien who was the Range Officer for the day, a first in recent […]
It was a determined Chick Chow Mein side that took on Mama Bears last Saturday in the local women’s netball B Grade competition. That determination paid off with Chick Chow Mein rewarded with their first win in the competition. With the crowd behind them, the hard fought eight goal win […]
Cobar VIEW Club met at the Empire Hotel for their monthly meeting last Tuesday with many members supporting the lunch. President Kate Winders welcomed members and guests to the monthly meeting of Cobar VIEW of Australia, an integral part of the Smith Family. Membership badges recognising 30 years of membership […]