Living in Eurobodalla: Sahaj right in to Write Ins
Writing for only an hour each week, Sahaj Dumpleton has just drafted his first murder mystery at the Moruya Library’s Weekly Write In.
Connecting Nelligen to safe and secure water supply
Pipelines begin to go in along the Kings Highway as the next stage of the Nelligen Water Supply and Sewerage Scheme begins.
Living in Eurobodalla: The kids are alright
The Summer Beats Block Party at Moruya was a big hit, more than 250 young people turned out for a good time at the skatepark.
Rangers help cut costs for pet owners
Rangers are partnering with AWL volunteers to run a free microchipping and adoption day on Saturday 10 June.
Zero Heroes rescue 800kgs of oyster shells
Our zero-waste volunteer group was put to the test over the three-day Narooma Oyster Festival. It was tough work but rewarding ...
Congo Road north, new plan endorsed
The plan relies on transferring a paper road – one that legally exists on paper but has never been built – from Crown Lands to Council.
No windfall for councils from land valuations
Mayor Mathew Hatcher assures Eurobodalla’s property owners that increases in land values will not result in rates increases.
Bring back emergency services subsidy, Hatcher
Councillors were unanimous in their objection to the removal of the emergency services subsidy at the 9 May Council Meeting.
Steps toward reopening Congo Road north
Eurobodalla's councillors have an opportunity at the next council meeting to endorse a plan that could see Congo Road north reopened.
Supporting carers through matters of life and death
Shanna Provost will host an information session for people caring for a terminally ill friend or family member at the Moruya Library.
Feedback sought on Council’s work plan
General Manager Warwick Winn and Director of Finance Stephanie Speedy will hold briefings on Council's financial challenges.
Sages and scribblers, libraries' livestream
Sessions from the Sydney Writers' Festival will be livestreamed at the Eurobodalla Libraries between Thursday 25 to Sunday 28 May.
Eurobodalla artists reveal bushfire journeys
Embers, Epicorm II is an exhibition featuring the work of seven female artists at the Bas until Sunday 4 June. Book in for the artist talk.
Eurobodalla celebrates Families Week
A series of free events and activities for all ages to celebrate National Families Week, from Monday 15 May to Sunday 21 May.
Moruya’s Campbell Street closes for upgrade
Detours will be in place while this busy section of Campbell Street is closed from Monday 1 May to Friday 12 May. Please take care.
Eurobodalla businesses ... are you ride ready?
Businesses and entrepreneurs are invited to a workshop at Narooma or Batemans Bay to learn about the mountain bike tourism market.
Good info makes starting school easier
Parents looking to give their kids the best start at school in 2024 can get along to school readiness information sessions next month.