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Author Archives: Jen Severn
Kia Kaha A solidarity event in response to the Christchurch mass shootings took place at Well Thumbed Books, Cobargo, on Saturday 13 April, three weeks after the shootings. The texts in this document were read out at the event, in … Continue reading
All are welcome at this year’s ‘Grow the Music’ Koori community concert, 3 pm Sunday 14 April at Wallaga Lake.
Keen observers will have noticed that many of the listings in the ‘Regular Events’ section on the back page are incorrect – venues and times are correct but the days are wrong. We’re too late to correct the print version … Continue reading
Oh no! Technical problems late last month meant that we missed our Pet of the Month for September. But don’t despair, here are a couple of gorgeous pups ready for new forever-homes. Marvin (pictured left) is very outgoing and loving, … Continue reading
Sonny Burgess of Year 6 at Cobargo Public School was the overall winner of last month’s Sapphire Coast Learning Community Bournda Bird Olympics. This award will reside at Cobargo Public School for the next year and his achievement will be … Continue reading
In this month’s issue (June 2018) we mentioned a talk by the author Robyn De Crespigny on Saturday 22 June. This event will not be running. That particular talk happened as part of the Refugee Week last year. All other … Continue reading
Check out these photos that Jim found, from 1968 when locals got together to build the Cobargo Pool. Can anyone identify these men?
Take away the winter chills, put on your winter ‘thinking cap’ and celebrate Christmas in July with a Christmas Trivia Night of fun and prizes. You’re invited to the Cobargo Hotel on Saturday 22 July, starting at 6.15 pm for … Continue reading
NSW Environmental Defenders Office CEO Sue Higginson paints a picture of EDO lawyers, haggard and caffeinated, racing between their office on Clarence Street and the Land and Environment Court on Macquarie Street, chasing “mining companies with the deepest pockets you … Continue reading