Jul 22 2014

ANDREW PAGE HAS THE LOCAL NEWS HIGHLIGHTS:

Listen to the local news highlights:

*Residents in Bombala & Dalgety asked to help protect the local Platypus population & river

*Detective Inspector Shane Box fed up with drunken behavior

*And Cooma Lions Club already getting ready for their next big project.

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Jul 22 2014

FROM ANDREW PAGE IN THE RADIO SNOWY MOUNTAINS NEWSROOM:

South East Local Land Services is working with Bombala Shire Council, Snowy River Shire Council and residents in Dalgety to find the correct number of platypus in the area.

The initiative is being headed up by Platypus Pals, supported by Australian Platypus Conservancy.

Sue King, project officer for Platypus Pals wants the whole community to become involved.

A meeting will be held at Dalgety Memorial Hall on Tuesday the 12th of August from 5.30pm.

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