Dec 08 2017

An attestation ceremony at the Goulburn Police Academy today will present a hundred and ninety-nine new probationary constables to the Police Force.


Class 332 is made up of 150 policemen and 49 policewomen, who will now complete 12 months on-the-job training and study for their Associate degree in Policing Practice.


The ceremony today is attended by Police Commissioner, Mick Fuller APM and joining him will be NSW governor, David Hurley AC.


Also attending will be Police minister, Troy Grant and state member, Pru Goward.


The commissioner and governor will inspect the new recruits on the Goulburn parade ground.

Dec 06 2017

Goulburn's annual Community Carols of Hope will once again be staged in Belmore Park and organisers will present a variety of top talent.


The free community event is one of the city's biggest and will be held on Friday the 22nd.


It will be the 26th year for the carols which will feature the Koi Boys who rose to prominence in 'The Voice' and there will also be Katie de Veau who won the 2002 Australian Gospel Music Award. 


The line-up includes locals, the F5 Choir, the Goulburn High School choir and Johnny Robinson and Nathan Patterson.

Dec 06 2017

Public art works in Goulburn's main street will see a new addition in the form of bronzed wild dogs.


It is the work of Canberra based visual artist, Amanda Stuart and she has named the work ' Nil Tenure'.


Regional Art Gallery director, Gina Mobeyed says the Canberra artist is highly regarded and respected as a sculptor.


She says the bronzed dogs will bring a vibrancy to the main street.

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