Latest Bombala News

Applications extended for Boco Rock community funding
Bombala sewer mains cleaning and Inspection program, 10
NSW-Victorian border restrictions tightened
Bushfire recovery grant helps Tantawangalo wildlife carer
Public health alert: Two COVID-19 cases linksed to Crossroads Hotel Casula
BlazeAid Bombala lifting spirits
BlazeAid’s legacy stretching beyond fence post
Red Cross joins other recovery agencies in new events for bushfire-affected communities
Applications open for Boco Rock Community Enhancement Fund
Recognition for service to Tasmania’s forest industry
Applications set to open for Bock Rock enhancement fund
Snowy Monaro libraries re-opened
Support for forest industries a key issue in Eden-Monaro by-election
COVID-19 restrictions eased in Snowy Monaro
AFPA forecasts a calamitous decline in housing construction: urgent recovery package needed
NSW police charge woman after coughing on people
Rainfall brings some relief to Snowy Monaro region water restrictions
Test bore drilling to commence in Bombala and Delegate
Delegate community to celebrate International Women’s Day
Community Recovery Assistance Points to help bush fire affected residents
Australian Defence Force equipment on show in Bombala
Level 4 water restrictions still in place for Bombala
Recognise achievements of region’s young people
Bombala Community Recovery Assistance Point
Snowy Monaro bush fire community recovery meetings
Level four water restrictions for Bombala and Delegate
Additional community meetings for Adaminaby and Bombala
Assistance rolls out as stock losses continue to mount
Changes to waste facility operations – Wednesday 8 January
South East Local Land Services welcomes new team member to Bombala
Nutritional demands on rise for pregnant and lactating livestock
Inquiries continue into police pursuit in state’s Alpine region, far south coast, NSW
Driver in Cooma court on pursuit, drug and traffic offences
Hazard reduction burns near Byadbo
NSW Labor investing in small country hospitals with $250 million fund
NSW Labor to deliver more than 4,900 extra health and hospital workers