Cobar Shire Council general manager Peter Vlatko congratulated the newly elected executive of the Cobar Youth Council, Joey Neale (communications officer), Todd Polack (secretary), Amara Bottom (president), Maddie Chaplain (treasurer) and Ashley Cousins (vice president) following their meeting last Thursday. Councils in NSW promote, provide and plan for the needs of children and young people through both direct services and infrastructure. Youth councils allow young people to become leaders in their community and gives them an opportunity to be involved in Council’s policy and decision making process in areas of the community that directly affect them.
The Cobar Roosterettes returned to the winning circle with a 26-18 win over their closest rivals, the Gilgandra Pink Panthers, in Round 8 of the Castlereagh League Tag competition on Saturday. The Roosterettes always looked in control of the match played at Tom Knight Memorial Oval and, while they had […]
Cobar High School’s (CHS) Student Rep-resentative Council (SRC) raised over $5,000 at their World’s Greatest Shave fundraiser event for The Leukemia Foun-dation last week. The SRC well and truly exceeded their fundraising goal of $2,500 and finished the day with a massive tally of $5,332.13. Six brave […]
Two thrilling games worthy of grand fi-nals were played out for the end of the sen-ior netball competition on Saturday after-noon at Ward Oval. Divas prevailed to win the A Grade grand final in a comeback effort with a 39-30 victory over the JKM Dynamic Fitness team. After they missed […]