Charlie Nicholson, after hitting an on side slog at last Tuesday’s junior cricket game at Ward Oval, looks to be a chip off the old block, and may have inherited his good batting form from his dad, Matthew Nicholson, who has scored many a run for the Nymagee and Cobar representative cricket teams over the years.
Local retailer BRilliams was pleased to be able to re-open the business to the public on Saturday morning after lockdown restrictions were lifted in Cobar. Pictured above is customer Tyler Coughlan being assisted by BRilliams staff members Lucy Brown and Kat McGregor in the shop on Monday.
New TAFE learning centre progressing TAFE NSW is progressing on its delivery of Cobar’s new multi-million dollar Connected Learning Centre and multi-trades workshop, which will significantly expand local education and training opportunities. The concrete slab foundations for both the Connected Learning Centre and multi-trades workshop are now complete, with the […]
As part of an ongoing program to assist local schools during the current Covid 19 disruption to school programs, the Rotary Club of Cobar has reached out to two re-mote small schools near Cobar. Working with the Rotary Club of Penrith Valley in Sydney and the Dubbo Rotary Club, they […]