Apr 21 2017

Intensive searches in the Crookwell area over the past week have failed to find any sign of missing local woman, Jillian Fahey.

 

Searches have involved police, SES and volunteers.

 

The family of Ms Fahey is thanking volunteers who have covered more than eighty square kilometres of country and treked three to four hundred kilometres of road in four days of searching.

 

Police divers worked yesterday covering dams in the area and they complete their work today.

 

Jillian Fahey aged 50 was last seen at her home in Crookwell on Sunday.

 

She is described as Caucasian in appearance, about 160 centimetres tall, thinly built, of fair complexion, blond hair and blue eyes.

 

Anyone knowing of her whereabouts should contact police immediately.

 
Apr 21 2017

Goulburn Mulwaree mayor, Bob Kirk is fine tuning his thinking about the creation of jobs for the city.

 

His focus on job creating initiatives is still the priority, but he wants to provide opportunity for skilled and unskilled employment.

 

Councillor Kirk says following his experience at the Royal Easter show he has found that people in Sydney are interested in property prices and the availability of jobs.

 

People with professional or trade skills were in good stead to find work if they moved to the country, but this was generally not the case in the lesser skilled areas.

 

Mayor Kirk says it is crucial for the development of a complete employment package.

 
Apr 21 2017

Anzac day and historical feats performed by Australia soldiers in armed conflicts will be the subject of the day at the Goulburn Mulwaree lilbrary on Monday.

 

A lunch time talk by author, Frank Walker has attracted forty-six bookings and library staff are thrilled at the response.

 

Library promotions officer, Mary Biddle says the result is well received and comes from an approach which targeted an audience.

 

The library itself is decked out for the occasion with local studies resources on display along with pictures.

 

Frank Walker's talk on Monday commences at 12.30pm and will likely cover his 2015 book- 'Commandos: heroic and deadly Anzac raids in World War 2'.

 

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