Local News

Tulgeen to close Stitches and Prints

Bega Valley Disability Service Provider, Tulgeen is closing its assisted employment service known as Stitches and Prints by Christmas. The service is made up of supported employees and volunteers who produce reusable, recycled and re-purposed bags and offers custom services such as screen printing, embroidery and work-wear. It provided an opportunity for...

Malua Bay local scores scholarship

The NSW Government has provided Diploma of Event Management scholarships to 20 up-and-coming event managers across regional NSW through a partnership with Meetings & Events Australia. Sharna Breen from Malua Bay is one of only three scholarship winners from Southern NSW. The 27-year-old said she's extremely proud to have been successful in...

Pambula Public School to reopen today

  Pambula Public School will reopen today after closing on Sunday (November 7) due to a member of the school community testing positive for COVID-19. NSW Health have advised the positive case was not infectious while on school grounds and therefore no staff or students have been identified as contacts of the...

Sewer jetting to start in Bega

Bega residents west of Gipps Street are being asked to take some simple steps in preparation for sewer jetting starting in the area this week. The scheduled maintenance program will use high pressure water to clear sewerage infrastructure of blockages and debris, which on rare occasions can result in an unpleasant...

Pambula School closed due to COVID case

Pambula Public School has closed its doors immediately after confirming on Sunday (November 7) a member of the school community tested positive for the virus. The school will be non-operational for the on-site attendance of students and staff to allow time for contact tracing and cleaning.   All staff and students are asked...

Police release images of Bega drug bust

NSW Police have released images of a recent drug bust on the south coast.  A man was charged with drug-related offences following inquiries after a vehicle stop on the south coast at the weekend. Just after 7pm on Saturday (30 October 2021), officers attached to South Coast Police District, conducting proactive road...

Three new cases in the Bega Valley

Of the 249 new locally acquired cases of COVID-19 recorded in NSW to 8pm last night, three new cases have been reported in the Bega Valley. Two cases are in Pambula, one is linked to a known case and one is under investigation. One case is in Candelo and is under investigation. Fragments...

Princes Highway has reopened between Central Tilba and Cobargo

The Princes Highway has reopened in both directions at Southams Creek around 4 kilometres south of Bermagui Road.  An incident involving an oil spill occurred around 8:45am on Friday. Northbound traffic between Cobargo and Central Tilba washeld up while south bound traffic was being diverted south via Bermagui Road.   Emergency Services attended the...

New prostate cancer support group for Eurobodalla

A new Prostate Cancer Support Group for the far south coast will meet at Narooma Men’s Shed on the first Tuesday each month from 7 December 6.30-8.30pm. It is a Narooma Rotary initiative, affiliated with the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia, and draws on the experience of the Rotary Club of...

Your local government candidates

Candidates have been announced for the Local Government Elections to be held on December 4. A total of 34 Candidates from seven groups have nominated to be councillors in the Eurobodalla. 18 of the candidates are women while 16 are men. Seven representatives have put there hand up to run for Mayor...