That’s a wrap for today. Don’t forget to join us again tomorrow from 7.00AM.
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►What started as an idea has grown into a small business concept that could be implemented all over the world.
Not many 21-year-olds have their own business, but Will Clarke is one of them.
Willo Industries and the accompanying studio were officially launched on September 15 after months of hard work.
►It’s time to polish your cars and prime their engines.
The Southern Highlands Spring Auto Fair is upon us.
The third annual one day event is set to be held on Sunday, September 24.
►A year’s journey has now finished for Clinton Pryor, who travelled through the Highlands on his Walk for Justice.
Wingecarribee Reconciliation Group (WRG) welcomed Clinton during his stay in the shire and collected donations from the community to help support him.
Certificate of thanks were recently handed out to businesses that made donations.
►Get out to Robertson with your dogs to enjoy the delights of spring.
Robertson’s Waratah Dog Walk will be held on Sunday, October 8 to wrap up one of town’s biggest weekends.
The first walk was held last year in conjunction with the Waratah Festival, this year Robertson’s open garden weekend will also be held.
►Wait times have decreased at Bowral and District Hospital’s emergency department according to a recent government report.
The Bureau of Health Information (BHI) Healthcare report found during the quarter from April to June, 2017 there was an increase in attendance at the hospital but a decrease in median wait times.
A total of 4,775 people accessed the emergency department during the period.
►Entrant numbers were up in this year’s Tulip Time Mile.
More than 70 athletes battled a two lap circuit of Bong Bong St on September 16.
The feature event was the men’s open race, which proved to be a battle between elite runners Simon Rogers from New Zealand and Martin Cooper from the University of Sydney.
TRAFFIC: All roads are clear in the Southern Highlands today. Drive safely and enjoy the journey.
TRAINS: Commuters can expect a good service on the Southern Highlands today.
WEATHER: A partly cloudy day with winds NW/SW 15 to 25 km/h tending W 25 to 35 km/h in the morning then shifting SE 15 to 25 km/h in the early afternoon and a daytime maximum temperature of 15 can be expected in the Highlands today.
Here's a look at what the local weather is doing right now.
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