Local News

Car over the edge of cliffs in Dalmeny

A stolen car was found hanging over the edge before plummenting a few metres down a cliff in Dalmeny. No one was in the car at the time, police say the car was reported stolen over the weekend at Thomson Parade, Dalmeny before being dumped. A crane was brought in to hoist...

Seized animals from a property in Candelo

A number of horses, sheep and cattle were taken from a Crown Land property known as Candelo Common. The RSPCA along with the Rural police arrived at the property to find a number of animals not in the best of health. It comes after concerned residents alerted authorities about the well being...

Wapengo Bridge maintenance works

The Tathra Bermagui Road will be closed to all traffic at the Wapengo Creek Bridge between 9am and 3pm from Monday, 11 December through to Thursday, 14 December. The closures will be in place to enable Bega Valley Shire Council’s bridge team to carry out necessary maintenance works on the bridge...

Eurobodalla and Bega Valley residents to watch out for scams

The ACCC has warned Eurobodalla and Bega Valley residents to be cautious of scammers trying to ruin their Christmas holidays. Scammers often try to take advantage of people during the busy Christmas period and prey on our vulnerabilities at this time of year. For example, they may take advantage of you looking...

It sparked a rescue for a feathertail glider family

Ulladulla-based National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) staff have come to the rescue of a feathertail glider family that had found themselves in a hot spot of bother. NPWS Project Officer Mike Jarman said the plight of the glider family sparked staff into action when they were found nesting in the...

Anzac Memorial Soil Collection Project

A final collection of Eurobodalla soil for the Anzac Memorial Soil Collection Project was held outside the Moruya War Memorial Swimming Pool on Tuesday. Deputy Mayor Anthony Mayne officiated the event, which was attended by representatives from the Moruya RSL Sub Branch. The soil will form part of an art installation in...

Watch out for exotic plant pests

South coast consumers are reminded to keep an eye out for unwanted exotic plant pests in packages received from overseas, which pose a threat to the state’s $15 billion primary industries. NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) Manager Plant Biosecurity Prevention & Preparedness, Chris Anderson, said it’s important for everyone to...

Bega Valley mural prize goes too Spirit Dance

An inspired work, created to assist children to get to sleep, has been announced as the inaugural winner of the $500 Bega Valley Mural Prize. Joe McKenzie’s ‘Spirit Dance’ beat off a strong field and will now be reproduced on a large scale and presented as a public mural on the...

Works on Araluen Road Eurobodalla

Eurobodalla Shire Council will undertake clearing and road safety works on Araluen Road next week following a recent rock slip. The slip occurred on Tuesday 28 November 2017 following recent rainfall. Council cleared the rock from the roadway on the night of the fall to keep the road open and ensure residents...

Vandals strike

A number of Council items which serves the community have been vandalised.  Council will be expanding there use of CCTV to increase protection of the community assets in their care. If you have any information relating to these incidents please contact Council Rangers on 6999 2222. A Liebherr machine location at Eden Transfer...