Cooma celebrates NAIDOC week
AS NAIDOC Week was celebrated across Australia this week, the HUB Youth Centre in Cooma celebrated in style yesterday with a range of activities, face painting and crafts.
Blayne wins national prize
LOCAL Blayne Thomas is one of 500 students across Australia who has won an Australian Vocational Student Prize for 2013.
Mayor airs federal budget concerns
CONCERNS about what impact the federal government's cuts to the public service in Canberra could have on Cooma-Monaro Shire and the wider region have been raised at a meeting of local government and federal representatives in Canberra last week.
GALLERY: Southern Inlands this week | June 27
The week in review through the camera lens, from Fairfax newspapers across the NSW Southern Inlands for the week ending Friday June 27, 2014.
Cooma North students help record history
COOMA North Public students have played an important role in World War One centenary projects, when they visited the ABC studios in Bega on Friday, June 20. Ian Campbell, ABC South East presenter, is joined by the students of Cooma North P.S. They are accompanied by parent, Mrs Hobbs , and teacher Anne Graham .
Kylie bound for Paris on scholarship
LOCAL Kylie Chenery was one of 16 students who were chosen for scholarships from the Australian Catholic University's various faculties from seven campuses across Australia, to study the subject 'Understanding Self and Society' in Paris for two weeks.
State Budget: What's in it for Cooma?
MEMBER for Monaro John Barilaro has described the NSW Budget as a 'once in a generation' outcome for the Monaro, yet the majority of regional funding will be spent outside of Cooma.
THE Southern NSW Local Health District held the first of a series of community consultation forums in Cooma last week, which will help direct the development of a five year Monaro health plan.
Breaking point a Mental health services under strain on Monaro
"I usually see 25 patients a day, of those five patients have some form of mental illness," Dr Cunningham told the Bombala Times.