FREE LEGAL ADVICE Cooma On Tuesday, 24th March 2020 a solicitor from Shoalcoast Community Legal Centre will be visiting your area for legal outreach appointments. When: Tuesday, 24th March 2020 Where: MCAS, 90 Vale Street, Cooma Times: Between 10:30am to 3pm Appointments are essential – please call 1800 229 529 or 4422 9529 Queanbeyan On Wednesday 25th March
MINISTER FOR AGRICULTURE, Drought and Emergency Management, David Littleproud addressed rural businesses with the Federal Government’s economic stimulus package, with an emphasis on traditional enterprises: agriculture, fisheries and forestry, according to the government’s media release. $1 billion in community fund to support rural industries impacted by coronavirus “$1 billion will be directed to
WE ALL KNOW that compost is vital in providing essential nutrients for plant growth, it fertilises the soil and creates a healthy environment for plants and crops. But do you know this organic material also plays a crucial role towards building a greener, cleaner and sustainable environment for future generations. 1.
A SHORTEN LABOR Government would improve road safety and reduce traffic congestion by investing almost $250 million to progress the full duplication of the Barton Highway between Murrumbateman and the NSW/ACT border. This commitment means Federal Labor stands ready to invest $100 million more in this important project than would be
OYSTER LOVERS, fine foodies and many families from around the country will head to Narooma Oyster Festival THIS WEEKEND [ 3, 4 May 2019]. The Festival launches with a bang this Friday at 4pm with a free family concert and the inaugural Long Table Dinner. Feature music acts are Newcastle guitarist Nick
PEOPLE AND PLACES of Cumberland on show during Cumberland Local Festival People from across Sydney and beyond are invited to experience the people and places of Cumberland during the six-week-long Cumberland Local Festival from 18 April to 26 May 2019. Featuring a wide variety of community, cultural and cuisine-related local events, Cumberland
New evidence. THE BIG BANG theory and the question of how life on Earth began has fascinated scientists for decades, but new research from The University of Western Australia suggests the conditions that resulted from the Big Bang are different to what we thought. The Big Bang theory, developed in 1927 is
EXPOSURE TO TRAFFIC pollution has been found to be linked with an increased risk of autism in a Canadian area with relatively low air pollution. Although the cause of autism is unknown, Canadian researchers studied estimated exposure during pregnancy to three airborne pollutants and found environmental nitric oxide (not to be