An estimated crowd of 170 locals and visitors gathered to be serenaded with classical music as the sun set at the official opening of Cobar’s unique Sound Chapel on Saturday. The idea of creating a unique sound installation artwork in Cobar has been 10 years in the making for its creator, composer and sound artist Georges Lentz, who collaborated with award winning architect Glenn Murcutt to bring the dream to life. Pictured at the opening are: Top right, locals Shae Martin, Sue Harpley and Marie Lawrence; middle The Noise String Quartet performing; and bottom, Sydney visitors artist Rod Holdaway, Jennie McLean and composer Alan Holley.
Cobar Roosters Rugby League Club committee members Tia Turner, Mollie Harley and Chris Deighton with the signed football jerseys, boots and a football that went under the hammer at a charity auction on Saturday night. The auction raised $19,100 and, along with the proceeds from raffles, a 100 Club, the […]
The Cobar Yabbies Senior Men’s Swimming Club 2021/2022 season came to an end on Tuesday night. As is tradition on the final night, the Brace Relay competition was held with the champions, John Carswell and Scott Toomey, finishing with an overall time of just 8.56 seconds off their nominated times […]
A 21 year old man was arrested and charged at Cobar Police Station on Monday afternoon after he used an imitation gun to threaten another person. Police seized the gel blaster pistol (which resembles a Glock handgun) from a home in Wetherell Crescent at 4.20pm after executing a search warrant […]