Goulburn's Make a Wish dinner on Saturday night has been hailed as a great success. Photo DARRYL FERNANCE.
Among the guests at the Make a Wish dinner was Member for Goulburn Pru Goward, puictured here with her husband David Barnett and a friend. Photo DARRYL FERNANCE
You don't need a camera if you have you phone with you... more from the Make a Wish Dinner. Photo DARRYL FERNANCE.
Mayor Geoff Kettle, his wife Sharon and 2GN station manager Gail Bowdern enjoying the Make a Wish dinner. Photo DARRYL FERNANCE.
Penny Chalker geared up for a stroll around Victoria Park with ‘Rocky,’ a Border collie kelpie. She was among several hundred people who took part in Sunday’s Million Paws walk in Goulburn. Photos LOUISE THROWER.
Matt Cowling enjoyed some family time with daughter, Molly, three, and son, Jack, two, along with Rusty the Labrador. Photos LOUISE THROWER.
Chelsea Mckenna, holding cavoodle, ‘Bo,’ Abbey McKenna with ‘Milly,’ a cavoodle cross, Jordan Houlands holding cavoodle, Tia, and Denley Houlands were enthusiastic participants in the Million Paws walk. Photos LOUISE THROWER.
Jackie Piper from Braidwood was in the pink with Tenterfield terrier, Mac and friends Harry and Bobby. All the dogs were rescued from the pound. Photos LOUISE THROWER.
ALP candidate Michael Pilbrow (left) and Lib candidate Angus Taylor (right) responded to last week's Budget Reply. Needless to say they saw things differently. Photos supplied.
The passage of time and rampant growth are putting something of a lean on one of Goulburn’s historic walls. The wall around the former Marian College campus is about to be repaired. Photo LOUISE THROWER.
Fortunately no-one was injured in an Upper Sterne Street house fire on Monday. Photo ANTONY DUBBER
The response was swift with the fire put out fairly quickly at Upper Sterne Street. Photo ANTONY DUBBER..
Popular surgeon Tom Lyttle, pictured with good mate Jack Micklethwaite, announced to a room full of work colleagues family and friends that he intends to retire in September this year at his 70th birthday party. Photo DARRYL FERNANCE.
Sarah Wilkinson, Sharon Grocott, birthday boy Tom Lyttle, Elaine Shepherd and Anne Gerard at Mr Lyttle’s 70th birthday party on Saturday. Photo DARRYL FERNANCE.
It's been a fairly dry winter, but things have taken a turn for the wet just recently.
Goulburn will come out ahead with more services if a draft train timetable goes ahead, says local train author, Leon Oberg.
The YMCA has secured the contract to operate the Goulburn Aquatic Centre for the next three years, with an option for another two years. One of the programs that has been boosted is the Mums and Bubs class conducted by Karen Ralph (left). This week Colleen Sturzaker, with 17-mon-old son Sam, Louise Barnett and energetic Amelia, 11 months, and Kim McGillion, with 14-month-old Mick, enjoyed the morning class.
Goulburn Mulwaree's youngest councillor, Sam Rowland, drew the ire of his colleagues in one of his few forays into council debate since elected with a range of suggestions.
It's Kindy Kids time again in the pages of the Post - and here are the kids from Collector Public School: Thomas Granger, Micah Taylor, Caitlyn Molloy, Juliette Hart, Miranda Hadlow and Zoey Morrison. Absent: Samantha.
Will Arcus and Isaac Norton got our attention by ringing the bell at Breadalbane Public School.
The Kids at Goulburn South tried to do their best to bridge the generation gap.
And the kids at Laggan Public (Grace McCormack, Jackson Lawler, Liam McCormack and Ella Hollis) gave the Kindy Kids feature a big thumbs up.
Bulldogs captain Daniel York is manhandled by three Scholars defenders in the 26 all draw that followed an early Goulburn lead of 22-6. Photo: KATHERINE GRIFFITHS.
Point-scoring machine Mik Webber led the Goulburn Dirty Reds to a 43-33 win against Yass on the weekend. Photo CHRIS GORDON.
Zac Solomons played a major role in the 54-12 win against the Yass Hoggets for the undefeated Goulburn Dirty Twos. Photo CHRIS GORDON.
Goulburn riders discuss their approach prior to the May 5 interclub meet. Many of the same riders returned for racing at Breadalbane on Saturday.
She's had two hip replacements, a broken femur and major back surgery in the last five years alone. See your ad here Nothing, it seems, was going to stop Pam Granger from taking her prized EJ Holden – last raced in 1978 – for a drive around the Goulburn Speedway on Saturday.
Goulburn's local junior clay target shooting champion, Cooper Mooney, has earned himself a position in the coveted New South Wales Southern Zone junior team.
After a nail-biting 6-5 loss the previous weekend, the Strikers bounced back for a commanding 5-2 win against Narrabundah. Phhoto DARRYL FERNANCE.
Swans midfielder Sam Ash has played in all bar one of his team’s seven matches. The on-field worker more so than most, will relish a weekend off. The Swans are undefeated this season and thrashed Harman 144-43 last weekend. Photo: ANTONY DUBBER>
Crookwell pair Emily Smith and Kellie White are off to Europe to join the Hockeyroos, while Goulburn's Aaron Kershaw will be joining the Australian Under 21s, but Olympian Glenn Turner has been benched for now.
junior cyclists Emma St Vincent, Sebastian Cohrt, Zac Vincent and Dominic Cohrt are pumped and ready for the 2013 Junior Tour Two Day this weekend.
Missed any of the news this week in Goulburn? They say a picture paints a thousand words, so here's the week in photos.
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