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Labor politicians in Moruya to discuss health services

Labor's Shadow Minister for Health and Shadow Minister for the Illawarra and South Coast, Ryan Park, as well as Member for Gilmore Fiona Phillips and Member for Eden-Monaro Kristy McBain will attend an event today in Moruya to discuss health services in the area and receive the “ONE” New Eurobodalla...

Merimbula ALDI good news for local food pantries

  ALDI will be opening its doors for the first time in Merimbula this weekend. From 8.30am on Saturday, ALDI Merimbula will provide the Bega Valley community with grocery products, fresh fruit and vegetables and 'special buys'.  President of the Sapphire Community Pantry, Christine Welsh, said it's good news for community pantries in...

Eden Information Centre named as finalist

The Eden Visitor Information Centre has been named as a finalist in the prestigious NSW Tourism Awards in the category of Visitor Information Services. Centre Manager at the Eden Visitor Information Centre Clair Mudaliar told East Coast Radio the team are extremely proud to be recognised in what was not an...

Eurobodalla Council gets grant for SES rebuild

The Eurobodalla Shire Council has received funding as part of the NSW Government’s Infrastructure Grants program which  is investing $4.1 million into 41 projects across the state to strengthen local communities. The Eurobodalla Shire Council received $200,000 to start work on a new SES facility in Batemans Bay after the original premises was destroyed...

Truck broken down on Clyde Mountain

*UPDATE: This has been cleared. Traffic is back to normal.* A truck is broken down on the Kings Highway near Pooh Corner at Mongo on Clyde Mountain.  Westbound traffic traveling from Batemans Bay is affected. Emergency services are on the scene.  Motorists are advised to exercise caution in the area and allow extra travel...

$8000 raised for charity in 24 hour row

Rowing and Surf Lifesaving clubs across the country joined forces to raise money for charity over the weekend. Pambula, Tathra and Mollymook Surf Life Saving Clubs all took part in the fourth annual 24 hour row for mental health, raising funds for charity Gotcha For Life. Mollymook Surf Club raised $1,000, Tathra...

Victorian border reopens, Sydney travel allowed

  The Victorian border has reopened as of 12:01am today (Monday November 1). Double vaccinated people entering NSW from Victoria no longer need to complete a declaration or quarantine for 14 days upon arrival. Unvaccinated people from Victoria are not allowed to enter NSW for holidays or recreation. The border opening is great news...

Fallen tree and power lines down at Lake Tabourie

There is a hazard on the Princes Highway between Termeil and Burril Lake. There's a Fallen tree and power lines down on the highway near Weymouth Road at Lake Tabourie. Traffic affected in both directions. Emergency services on the scene. Motorists are advised to reduce speed and exercise caution in the area. For the latest...

Damaging winds hitting South Coast

There is a severe weather warning in place for people in South Coast, Snowy Mountains and parts of Illawarra and Southern Tablelands Forecast Districts.Damaging winds are continuing over southeastern New South Wales today (Friday October 29).An intense low pressure system over Bass Strait is expected to continue to track southeastwards...

Passenger in Tilba crash taken to Sydney Hospital

Just after 9am on Thursday (October 28), emergency services responded to reports of a black Lexus SUV crashing into a tree on the Princes Highway, in Tilba Tilba. In devastating news for family and friends, the male driver was found deceased upon the arrival of first responders. A male passenger was trapped...