The huge size of the gravel pit (with two B-Doubles parked in it) where gravel is stockpiled and crushed in readiness to use on the Pulpulla Road upgrade shows just how big a job it’s been to get the access road to the Mount Grenfell historic site ready for sealing. Sealing of the first 12km section of the road is set to commence today. See opposite page for a full report on the project being carried out by Cobar Shire Council, contractors and Transport for NSW.
A sizeable 42-6 win by the Cobar Roosterettes on Saturday has catapulted them into fourth place on the Castlereagh League Tag ladder with just one more round left to play. The Roosterettes’ confident win over the Binnaway Bombshells at Tom Knight Memo-rial Oval on Saturday now has them on equal […]
Aeris Resources (Tritton Mine) took a different approach to how they recruit staff and set up a career information tent in Drummond Park last Wednesday. Tritton’s manager of people and safety, Talan Breaden said they spoke to about 25 people including locals who have no previous mining experience along with […]
Cobar’s mystery TattsLotto division one winner has been found but it’s taken a while for Carl Young to let that all sink in. The local farmer had gone about his week as usual, without realising he had a division one winning Saturday Lotto ticket stuffed in his wallet. After reading […]