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A Goulburn doctor is taking to the skies to work with the Royal Flying Doctor Service. Dr Isabella Hawke will spend three weeks in December providing medical care to isolated communities. Based out of Broken Hill the doctor will fly to remote locations to provide outreach GP clinics in the bush.
Goulburn's Costa Toparis secured his latest major title over the weekend after a barnstorming victory in the Rotax NSW State Championships final on Sunday. The 15-year-old was in hot form leading in, with over 50 race victories in 2021 alone, and added five more to his record across the weekend at the Coffs Harbour Kart Racing Club.
The U3A will hold a meet the candidates night at the Tango Room of the Tattersall Hotel on Wednesday, November 24 from 6pm. They want to know how much support council candidates of the upcoming Goulburn Mulwaree Council elections will give the U3A and the community centre development.
Goulburn Mulwaree Council on Tuesday night recognised the service of Cr Alfie Walker, Cr Denzil Sturgiss and Cr Sam Rowland, who are not standing for re-election at the poll set for December 4. The three councillors were formally recognised for their community service, and presented with plaques as a keepsake.
Penny Ackery admits she has a hard task ahead in winning Hume at the next federal election. But the Goulburn district resident and semi-retired teacher is throwing her hat in the ring nevertheless, saying there's an appetite for change.
The Goulburn Chamber of Commerce held its annual AGM on November 10. The main purpose was the voting in of the new executive committee, who will provide strategic direction for the chamber over the next 12 months.
Peter Allen - widely known in the Goulburn region due to his extensive community activities - is turning 100. As his birthday on November 21 draws near, his son David shared the story of his life.
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