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June, 2019

YOUR SAY: Destruction of trees and remnant vegetation in the Grenfell Shire l photo

Letter to the Grenfell Record Editor. Dear Editor,
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It is with great sadness that I have once again witnessed the destruction of trees and remnant vegetation in the Grenfell Shire.

Once again there has been a lack of community consultation prior to the removal of trees in Memory St in Grenfell, a once magnificent stand of remnant vegetation consisting of Yellow Box and Blakely’s Red Gum now a pile of sawdust.

This area, advertised and sign posted as being part of The Weddin Shires Bird Trail, a popular drive and tourist attraction for bird watchers and the general public alike, now, just a road to the sewerage works.

Not only this area but also various trees around the town that provide shade and shelter from the heat and winds for cars, people and birds keep disappearing, take the parking area outside the swimming pool for example.

Trees that were healthy being demolished, trees that appeared to be causing no issues being destroyed and one has to ask why?

When will this end Weddin Shire Council?

When will respect for our native flora and fauna be a consideration? When will our remnant vegetation be protected?

When will the homes of the endangered Superb Parrot be preserved? When will the public be listened to?

It is frustrating that there appears to be no dialogue between Councillors and Council and that the wishes of the public continue to be disregarded and that the protection of trees is of such a low consideration to Weddin Shire Council.

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Busy year for Conservatorium

CHRISTMASSY: Goulburn Regional Conservatorium guitar teacher Wanda Kower accompanies her student Frey Joseph with his rendition of ‘Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer at the GRC’s presentation and awards night last Monday.AFTER an extremely busy year, which has included visits from top musicians such as the Grigoryan brothers and Jane Rutter, the Goulburn Regional Conservatorium is taking a Christmas break.
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Students, their parents and teachers enjoyed a presentation and awards night in the Paul Paviour Room on Monday night, with a variety of items on show from students of all levels.

“It was a lovely night, and the first time we’ve held something along the lines of a presentation night,” GRC Director, Paul Scott-Williams said.

MOVING: GRC Director Paul Scott-Williams performed ‘O du, mein holder Abendstern’ (O thou, my gracious evening star) from the opera ‘Tannhauser’ by composer Richard Wagner. He is accompanied by GRC Manager of Performance and Outreach, Keva Abotomey.

“It gave the opportunity for some of our hard working students who may not always get the recognition they deserve to shine. There are always the top students who receive the scholarships and the accolades, but there are many more students and teachers who really put the work in behind the scenes.”

Mr Scott-Williams said that the GRC was asked to perform at more community events than they had ever done before.

“It’s been great to get our profile out there more, and we will be celebrating our 30th anniversary next year, with an action-packed program in store,” he said.

There are just two more events left for the year, which will be taking place tomorrow.

“The GRC orchestra will be performing all your favourite Christmas carols in Goulburn Plaza tomorrow from 10:30am,” said Mr Scott-Williams.

“And then we will head up to the Parkside Community Markets in Montague St to perform for customers, so come and join us and enjoy some carol singing.”

PLAY IT: Guitar student Andrew Gozhanskiy performed a piece he had composed himself.

SWEET: Little Stella Campbell performed a very convincing ‘Castle on A Cloud’ from the musical ‘Les Miserables.’

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Political correctness

Isn’t about time we were all brutally frank and admit that ‘political correctness’ is simply a lack of both fortitude and integrity.
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A way of saying ‘porky pies’ instead of employing the more honest term ‘lies’, in order that the would-be, social reformers, the extreme Greens, feminists, homosexual lobby and do-gooders generally, might more readily advance their own cause.

Personally, I’d have no problem with any of it if it wasn’t for the dissension, disunity and uncertainty such insecurities cause in the wider community. It’s bad enough that my wife has been relegated to merely being my ‘partner’, but I can only shake my head at the madness proposed by the Safe Schools Coalition with its interference in childrens’ gender and sexual orientation.

For God’s sake, I feel it’s about time members of such organisations either grew up or grew brains.

GEORGE A LEE

Devonport

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The Rural’s pictures of the weekDecember 12 2014

The Rural’s pictures of the week | December 12 2014 Action from the saddle bronc event at the Rosewood Rodeo. Picture: Andrew Roberts
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Annie, Sybil and Richard Triggs from Gundagai pictured at the Rosewood Rodeo.

Sue Leitner from Harden, Shane and Krystal Clancy from Narrandera and Vikki Colley from Wagga pictured at the Rosewood Rodeo.

Cody and Jamie McInerney from Coolamon pictured at the Rosewood Rodeo.

Amellia and Lynnie Butt watch the Rosewood Rodeo. Pictures: Shantelle Stephens

Action from the team penning at the Rosewood Rodeo.

Action from the team penning at Rosewood Rodeo.

Raymond Horsley and his horse Dolby pictured at Rosewood Rodeo.

Nathan Lord and Dinky watch the team penning at Rosewood.

Joseph Cox from Ladysmith pictured at the Wagga cattle sale.

Josie, Lance and Lara Drum from Old Junee pictured at the Wagga cattle sale.

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Christmas Wonderland in Bega brings dozens of smilesPhotos

Christmas Wonderland in Bega brings dozens of smiles | Photos Santa hands out lollies at the Bega Christmas Wonderland
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Ken Sullivan of Tarraganda is congratulated on winning the Bega Cheese $5000 major prize

Children playing in the snow in the elves arcade are (from left) Taylor Williamson, Dakota Whitbread, Evan Williamson, Jack Gauci, Matilda Gauci and Nikola Carriage.

Elves Molly Willington (left) and Phoebe Watkins blow bubbles.

Scarlett and Lincoln Brown draw in the elves arcade.

Kaylee Steel (left) and Amelie Hergenhan meet the elf Lisa Heffernan.

Summa and Matthew Kennedy meet Peppa Pig.

Jess Peart (left) and Linda Tandy.

Buskers Layal Stage (left) and Jessica Rose.

Buskers Eric Whitby (left) and Lynx Van Den Brink.

Enjoying the afternoon are (from left) Mark Philipzen, Sharon George, Hannah Ubrihien, Fiona Ubrihien and Zoe Philipzen.

On stalls are (from left) Denise Perry, Jo Riley-Fitzer, Monica Fraser and Chris Gowing.

Children meeting their hero Peppa Pig are Aleysha Fuller, with Claire Clarke, Jack Gauci and Daniel Clarke.

At the Salvation Army stall are Lisa Heffernan (left) and Tamara Newton.

Busker Brad Pollack.

Fans meet Peppa Pig.

Staffing Mal’s Pizza Bite stall are Kaela Barnes (left) and Melinda Holzhauser.

At the Cobargo Farm stall are Janet Doolin (right) and her German Wwoofer Maggie Zerelles.

Watching the music are (from left) Timothy, Samuel and Rachel Uhlman, with Doreen Elliott.

Cooking up at storm at the Bega Lions Club barbecue are (from left) Peter Lucas, Jim Earnshaw and Alec Langworthy.

At the Bega TAFE canteen stall siblings Krystle and Robert Thronton cook up a pork slider.

Rainbow over the gardens.

The elves arcade.

The elves arcade.

The elves arcade.

The carols choir.

Christmas Wonderland.

One of the bands.

Santa arrives at the Bega Christmas Wonderland

Santa arrives at the Bega Christmas Wonderland

Santa arrives at the Bega Christmas Wonderland

Santa arrives at the Bega Christmas Wonderland

Santa arrives at the Bega Christmas Wonderland

Santa arrives at the Bega Christmas Wonderland

Santa hands out lollies at the Bega Christmas Wonderland

Santa hands out lollies at the Bega Christmas Wonderland

Santa hands out lollies at the Bega Christmas Wonderland

Santa hands out lollies at the Bega Christmas Wonderland

Santa hands out lollies at the Bega Christmas Wonderland

Santa hands out lollies at the Bega Christmas Wonderland

Santa hands out lollies at the Bega Christmas Wonderland

Santa hands out lollies at the Bega Christmas Wonderland

Santa hands out lollies at the Bega Christmas Wonderland

Santa hands out lollies at the Bega Christmas Wonderland

Santa hands out lollies at the Bega Christmas Wonderland

Santa hands out lollies at the Bega Christmas Wonderland

The Blue Ruins on stage

Monica, Laura and Mackenzie Brown of Tathra.

John Watkin emcees the Christmas Wonderland prize draw – armed with a snow blower

John Watkin emcees the Christmas Wonderland prize draw – armed with a snow blower

John Watkin emcees the Christmas Wonderland prize draw – armed with a snow blower

John Watkin emcees the Christmas Wonderland prize draw – armed with a snow blower

John Watkin emcees the Christmas Wonderland prize draw – armed with a snow blower

John Watkin emcees the Christmas Wonderland prize draw – armed with a snow blower

John Watkin emcees the Christmas Wonderland prize draw – armed with a snow blower

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