Laura Barnes, representing Peak Gold Mines/Aurelia Metals as the major sponsor of this year’s Cobar Weekly Christmas Cheer competition (along with Cobar Powerhouse), presented the winners with their prizes of Cobar Quids on Monday. Candy Picton (Gould Street) won the first place prize of $500 and Cassidi Lawrence (Harcourt Street) collected $350 for second place. Other winners were: 3rd place Kate Lehmann (Morrison Street, $200) and highly commended prizes of $100 went to Bec Everett and Bindi Mundy/Jason Ryan (who had displays in Bradley Street).
While the NSW Health’s website is show-ing one positive COVID case listed for Co-bar, Cobar Shire Council’s general manager Peter Vlatko said the case was however de-tected in Mudgee. As of Monday night at 8pm, the Western NSW Local Health District reports Cobar has not yet recorded a positive COVID […]
There’s no better way to watch a game of rugby than with a glass of champagne in hand (or perhaps a beer in a stubby holder), and at the Cobar Rugby Club’s annual Ladies Day that’s the practice. Pictured are Liv Deighton, Georgia Paul and Riley O’Leary who went along […]
The staff at the Cobar Primary Health Care Centre are decked out in pink all this week in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual campaign to raise awareness about the impact of breast cancer. The centre has a donation tin on the front counter for anyone who would […]