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She's a quiet achiever, but Marie Kennedy has soared into the spotlight. The volunteer with the National Trust at the historic Riversdale was named as the Southern Inland senior volunteer of the year at the NSW Volunteer of the Year Awards ceremony on Thursday, October 7.
The first week of eased restrictions has been a boost for business in Goulburn, however vaccination certificate push back has caused headaches for some. Many businesses posted on social media to outline the government mandated rules for reopening. These posts were met with a mixture of support and accusations of "discrimination" against paying customers.
Travel between the regions and Greater Sydney has been pushed out by another two weeks. Despite the state forecast to reach 80 per cent fully-vaccinated in coming days, the regions will remain off-limits to those from Greater Sydney and surrounds until next month, and regional residents won't be allowed into the city limits either.
A man has been charged with alleged high range drink-driving after a crash in Goulburn yesterday. About 4.50pm on Thursday, October 14, police attended Bourke Street, near Clinton Street, following reports a Kia Cerato had allegedly crashed into three parked cars.
It's been four years since Goulburn's The Challenge Foundation lodged a development application for a new facility to house people with disabilities, but last week the project finally received the funding boost it needs to make the plans a reality. The windfall, to the tune of $2.79 million, came via Round 5 of the Federal Government's Building Better Regions Fund (BBRF), announced on Friday by Federal Member for Hume Angus Taylor.
HTL Property has successful conducted the sale of the freehold component of the Loaded Dog Hotel in Tarago, NSW. The leased investment hotel was sold to a Sydney-based investor prior to the closing of the scheduled Expression of Interest campaign, which demonstrates the ferocity of interest in the pub.
A hearing date has been set for a Goulburn woman accused of producing and disseminating child pornography. The woman, who cannot be named to protect the identity of the victims, was legally represented at Goulburn Local Court on October 13.
As one of the best spin bowlers to emerge from Goulburn in recent years, Archie Wearne was lucky enough to participate in an online seminar last month which featured Australian off-spinner, Nathan Lyon. But instead of gaining an insight into the intricacies of bowling spin at the highest level, Wearne came away from the interaction with some new life lessons.
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