Aug 16 2017

By Georgia Holland


Bombala will benefit from a $7million injection for the upgrade of the Bombala Sewage Treatment Plant.

$3.5 million was secured through the Federal Government’s Building Better Regions Fund.

Council will contribute the other $3.5 million, and aims to deliver major outcomes for local residents.

Administrator for Council Dean Lynch says the project represents the largest infrastructure spend in Bombala for many, many years.

The scope of the infrastructure upgrades will include storm flow treatments, electrical switch room and mechanical works, including pipes, pumps and valves.

Aug 16 2017

By Georgia Holland


The final list of candidates standing for the Snowy Monaro Regional Council elections has been announced with the ballot draw taking place last week.

There’s less than a month to go before locals hit the polls and current Council Administrator, Dean Lynch says it’s already been a busy first week for the 27 candidates as they look to increase their profile and boost support from local residents

A number of meet the candidate nights will be held across the region in the next few weeks.

Mr Lynch says these serve as an important opportunity to hear how the prospective councillors will represent the Snowy Monaro.

Aug 09 2017

By Georgia Holland


In the fourth quarter of this year local sporting clubs will be able to apply for the local sport defibrillator program.

Spectators and players at community sports clubs will benefit from the statewide rollout of defibrillators.

This year’s budget has allocated $4 million over four years to assist in the purchase and maintenance of Defibrillators.

The first eight minutes after a person has a cardiac arrest are the most critical and early access to CPR and defibrillation can increase the likelihood of survival by up to 75 percent.

Over the weekend in the states Central West, quick thinking of two university students and a defibrillator on hand kept Rugby Coach Steve Hanson alive until ambulance officers arrived at the scene.

More than 2,500 AED’s will be rolled out over the next four years as well as training in how to use them.

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