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Netball clubs raise money for charity moments before lockdown
Southern Highlands Netball finished their crazy hair and sock day, an initiative that raises money and awareness for the Kids Cancer Project, at 4.30pm on Saturday. Having been forced to postpone the annual event already, vice-president Cecelia Marmont said they were grateful for getting the chance to welcome players and spectators for the day.
Permits required to leave Sydney, Barilaro confirms
Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional NSW John Barilaro said the permits for regional travel would only be issued for valid reasons and hefty penalties would apply for not having one, or for supplying false information in the application process.
Hume Police District getting flooded with COVID related questions
With the COVID situation continuously changing, police have been flooded with questions from the public about what they can and can't do given all the restrictions. We look at two of the most popular.
Man jailed after breaching COVID-19 orders
The Goulburn man entered COVID-19 areas of concern, namely the Shoalhaven and Wollongong regions, without a reasonable excuse, and failed to comply with a 14 day stay at home order. He also stopped in Moss Vale on his way home.
Letter to minister cements administrator's position
A letter to the Minister of Local Government has cemented interim administrator Viv May's position on Wingecarribee Shire Council. However, suspended mayor Duncan Gair doesn't believe a public enquiry is necessary.
Fragments of COVID-19 virus detected in Mittagong sewage
Bowral florist blooms into life despite Covid-19 darkness
Blooms of Bowral opened little over two years ago and has had both bushfires destroying stock and a once-in-a-century pandemic to deal with so far. But for owner Michelle Clayton, a rough start to life has seen her florist grow beyond her wildest dreams.
Highlands veteran pays tribute to sacrifices made in Vietnam War
While lockdown prevented normal commemorations of Vietnam Veteran's Day on Wednesday, the president of the Southern Highlands Vietnam Veterans' Association raised the flag and laid a wreath of flowers at the Bowral Vietnam War Memorial in Settlers Park. He called their return home "almost as traunatic" as their overseas service.
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