Highlands News

Hay trucks continue to roll in

A local livestock agent says things are getting desperate for a lot of cattle producers and farmers across the Highlands, especially ones who can't irrigate. The cold winds around a month ago, and the recent frosts certainly haven't helped and Ben Hindmarsh says unfortunately there doesn't look like any rain in...

New Australian Citizens

24 people have become new Australian Citizens at an official citizenship ceremony at Wingecarribee Council. Wingecarribee Mayor Duncan Gair says one of his favourite parts of his jobs is to naturalise new immigrants to the country. Member for Wollondilly Nathaniel Smith was also in attendance.

New lease of life for ' Tug '

A significant milestone for the new wildlife reserve at Tugalong Station in Canyonleigh with the first rehabilitated koala being released. ' Tug ' was found on the side of Canyonleigh Road with Ocular Chlamydia which is a disease that causes blindness if left untreated. Since then the fury critter has been cared...

Burnout offender nabbed at Tahmoor

Traffic and Highway Patrol Officers have been left shocked by the number of dangerous driving offences over the weekend. Around 11:30pm on Friday, Police were called to a carpark on Thirlmere Way at Tahmoor after reports a Ford Falcon XR6 sedan was doing burnouts. It will be further alleged in court that...