Jan 18 2017

By Georgia Holland 

The Snowy Mountains will play host to the Australian Alpine Ascent Triathlon, which will take place on Saturday February 4th.

The nations fittest athletes will undertake a gruelling course, which comprises a 3km swim in Lake Jindabyne, 128km bike ride and a 28km run to the finish line at Charlotte Pass.

The Trikozzie is a shorter course and includes a 1.5km swim, 50km bike ride and a 9km run.

The Triple A race starts at 7:00am and the Trikozzie starts at 8:30am

Road restrictions on Alpine Way and Kosciuszko Road will affect residents and visitors. Organisers of the event are asking for patience as delays are expected.

Full details on the road restrictions: 


Dec 15 2016


Rural councils in NSW together with the Country Women's Association of NSW are sponsoring medical students to undertake placements in country towns in 2017, including in Bombala.

The NSW Rural Doctors Network (RDN) administers the Bush Bursary and Country Women’s Association (CWA) scholarships, which provide students with $3,000 for one year, during which time they spend two weeks in their sponsoring rural area experiencing work and life in a rural community.

Chief Executive Officer of RDN, Mr Richard Colbran encourages local residents to welcome the medical student who will take up a placement in Bombala.


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