Dec 19 2014

From Andrew Page in the Local Newsroom:


The Member for Monaro John Barilaro has welcomed today’s announcement to rule out aerial culling of one of Australia's national icons, the wild brumby.

Mr Barilaro, a strong advocate for the brumby, has fought passionately to ensure they are protected.

"I have always strongly opposed aerial culling as a means of wild horse population control,” said Mr Barilaro.

“Love it or hate it, wild horses are a part of the Kosciuszko environment. The brumbies are a quintessential Australian symbol; they have earned their place as part of the iconic bush heritage in this region and must be protected.

“This region’s economy hinges on tourism; the Kosciuszko National Park is a major drawcard and wild brumbies are part of that.

More details in Monday's news.

Dec 19 2014

From Andrew Page in the Local Newsroom:


New Jindabyne turns 50 today.

The long lunch will be starting at 11:30 with buskers in the town centre from Midday.

The Governor of NSW His Excellency General the Honourable David John Hurley will then be arriving with the parade starting at 3pm.

There will then be an official ceremony from 4pm with the unveiling of a new plaque.

Celebrations are to continue into the night, Tickets are also available for the Old Time Dance at Jindabyne Memorial Hall on Saturday Night. Grab them from the Snowy Region Visitor Centre.

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