While many would consider having a haircut (or colour) an essential, hairdressing services were not however deemed by the Government as an essential service and so were closed during the COVID lockdown period. Now that she’s able to return to work, local hairdresser Kate Russell at Studio 225, is doing extra hours for the next few weeks to ensure all of her regular clients are back to looking their best.
their fourth week of educating their children at home due to the COVID lockdown, some families are developing routines while others are ready to pull their hair out. In an effort to help, The Cobar Weekly has reached out to some “home school experts” for advice that might help to […]
The Bactrians’ best on field on Saturday, Bethany Smith, running the ball up against the Bourke Ewes in the Ladies Rugby 7s Touch match at Ailsa Fitzsimmons Memorial Oval. The Bactrians were narrowly beaten 4-3 by the visitors with Eve Arnold, Aisha Schofield and Sally Schintler scoring Cobar’s tries. Smith […]
Emma Hoy and Caroline Wallace returned to Cobar on Friday to host a listening party at the Cobar Bowling & Golf Club as part of their Outback Outloud project. The pair, who are directors of Signal Creative, visited Cobar at the end of March along with Walgett, Brewarrina and Bourke […]