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When Claire Polosak steps onto the field during the only women's Test match between Australia and India at the end of this month, it will mark a new milestone in her career. Not only will it be the first female Test match in which the Goulburn native has officiated, but it will also make her the first Australian umpire to stand in all three formats of women's international cricket.
It's the tale of two council areas as Upper Lachlan Shire enjoys new found freedom but Goulburn Mulwaree remains in lockdown. The constant interaction between the two has left some confused about the COVID restrictions that apply.
Seventeen cases of COVID-19 have been recorded in the Southern NSW Local Health District. This brings the total cases in SNSWLHD to 54 since the start of the current outbreak in June.
Tarago residents are pressuring the council to oppose a $600 million waste to energy plant proposal west of the town. They are also angry that the state government has identified an area near Tarago as suitable for more such infrastructure. It is among four precincts throughout NSW.
NSW Health has been notified of a new regional transport route which is associated with a confirmed case of COVID 19. Anyone who travelled on the regional train service 623 from Central and Albury railway stations on Sunday, September 12 (7.43am to 3.18pm) is regarded as a a close contact and must get tested and isolate for 14 days, regardless of the result.
On any given day, scores of people are beating a path to Goulburn's riverwalk and wetlands as a welcome reprieve. Fine sunny weather and COVID restrictions are fostering a renewed appreciation of the attractions. Council data for the near 12km Wollondilly and Mulwaree River track shows a sharp rise in usage from mid-July to mid-August.
Just like every school holidays, Goulburn Mulwaree Council's Youth Services team hosts activities for those aged 12 to 18-years-old to enjoy. This time round, it is holding an "Isolation's Got Talent" competition on Wednesday, September 29 where any talent is welcome.
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