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First year Bulldog achieves biggest honour in league tag competition
An interrupted Canberra Region Rugby League (CRRL) competition didn't overshadow ladies league tag player Brooke McKenna's brilliance this season. The Goulburn City Bulldog was one of four local players to take home an award at the annual McIntyre Medal Presentation Night on Tuesday, October 5.
Where do the Highlands and Tablelands stand on vaccination rates?
There are fears that some regions will be left behind as the state begins to ease stay-at-home restrictions on October 11, with vaccination rates behind in some areas. Vaccination has been the key instrument in the roadmap going forward, and those who are fully vaccinated will benefit from the allowed freedoms.
How will the new roadmap out of COVID-19 affect residents in the Southern Tablelands?
With changes set to start from Monday, and lots of misinformation in the air, you may be unsure about exactly what the updated roadmap looks like for our region. This handy explainer might help clear up some confusion.
Goulburn district property 'Spring Ponds' to go up for auction
Woman jailed after false document 'makes a complete mockery' of court system
A Goulburn woman who "wanted to avoid going to jail so much" she submitted a false document has received extra prison time. Ricquelle Marston-McKnight appeared before Goulburn Local Court on September 6 via audio visual link from custody.
Councillors vote to reduce Auburn Street speed limit
After a community consultation period, Goulburn Mulwaree councilors voted to endorse a 40km/h speed limit for Auburn Street and to divert heavy traffic. While the motion passed unanimously on October 5, the changes are pending approval by Transport for NSW.
Goulburn jail escapee had 'no great plan'
A prison escapee had "no great plan" and seized an opportunity with the intention to commit suicide, a court has heard. Ryan Antonius Wennekes-Wright, 29, appeared before Goulburn Local Court on October 5 via audio visual link. He previously pleaded guilty to three charges including: inmate escape from lawful custody, attempt to unlawfully take motor vehicle with person in it, and assault with intent to take motor vehicle.
Goulburn Lilac City Festival wraps up for 2021, competition winners announced
The 2021 Goulburn Lilac City Festival wrapped up on Monday. While celebrations were different this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the annual festival coloured the region. This year marked the 70th anniversary, making the event the longest continually running festival in Australia.
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