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Monthly Archives: June 2019

Grave Series of Crimes Leave Local Community Reeling

A second act of graffiti and vandalism in the last seven days has left the Singleton community in a state of shock. Police are investigating an act of vandalism at the the Sedgefield Cemetery in Singleton, as 36 headstones were damaged over the weekend. An

House Fire Kicks off the Winter Season

The start of winter sees people in the area light their fires and ramp up their heaters. Which makes for a lovely snuggly house… Except when it causes a fire to burn the house down. Sadly, this is the reality for one local family, who,

National Reconciliation Week

The National Sorry Day Reconciliation Bridge Walk happened in Nowra on Friday 24 May. Hundreds of residents walked from Moorhouse Park to the Bombaderry Aboriginal Children’s Home. The home opened in 1908 and held members of the Stolen Generation. It operated until the late eighties.

Massive Surf Warning on the South Coast This Week

If you were planning a refreshing winter surf or swim this week you might want to think again. This morning the Bureau of Meteorology issued a hazardous surf warning for the entire coast of New South Wales, from Eden to Byron Bay. There are swells