Fluttering out of the Goulburn Post's pages this morning is a story about how to remove pigeons from Goulburn's CBD. These 'rats of the sky' have reached plague proportions in Goulburn and their poop is eroding the heritage buildings. Oh, what can be done? Read the story for some scientific solutions.
Next off the rank is a story about how a wool classing facility is setting up in Goulburn. The Australian Wool Network has moved the operation from Newcastle to Goulburn. It reinstates Goulburn's place as a major wool centre, as there has not been a facility like this here since the 1980s.
Also making news is the Goulburn Street Van, which is turning 20. This service has been making Goulburn's streets safer for two decades, and it is still going strong, with a supporting cast of about 20 volunteers.
In sport, the Goulburn Bulldogs Ladies Day fundraiser has given some generous support to the Goulburn and District Breast Cancer Support Group.
And the House of the Week is a cleverly-designed, spacious, double-level, double brick home is set in one of the most desired established pockets of Goulburn.
All in all, a good read ensues.