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Goulburn residents will be required to seek an exemption to travel into the ACT for essential work or healthcare. Goulburn Mulwaree mayor Bob Kirk has written to ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr about the issue, asking for the region to be added to a list of exempt postcodes.
Two GP clinics in Goulburn are well underway administering the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. Practice managers said that once people discovered this vaccine was available, they didn't want AstraZeneca. She said the "hype" surrounding the latter was disappointing and it was a perfectly safe vaccine.
M Funk, Mulwaree High School's longstanding band, continues to shine with talent. They have made it through to the finals of the statewide band competition, Surround Sound, with the winner to be chosen during perfomances at Sydney's School Spectacular in front of a live audience and panel of judges.
A man who was tragically killed in a car crash on Goulburn's outskirts on Saturday night has been described as a kind and generous person who made a big impression in his short time living here.
When 15-year-old Matt Tremble stopped eating six weeks ago, his mother Angela's maternal intuition kicked in. After a multitude of tests and scans Matt was diagnosed with non Hodgkin's lymphatic cancer in mid-July. Now his friends are stepping in to support him on a fundraising site.
A woman charged with the murder of her partner on Monday night made her first appearance in court the next day. Dale Lee Vella, 52, of Murrumbateman, appeared via audio visual link from custody at Goulburn Local Court on August 10. No plea was entered.
A former Allens Arthur Robinson law firm senior partner has been convicted for drink driving. David Allan Wilson Maloney, 72, of Potts Point, appeared via audio visual link at Goulburn Local Court on August 11. He had previously pleaded guilty to mid-range drink-driving.
With the ACT in lockdown from Thursday, August 12, some fixtures may be postponed. These are the sporting fixtures going ahead as of yesterday.
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