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Delving into the archives - law and order

In the period of c1840s a Police Barracks was established in Laggan in close proximity to the premises now known as “The homestead at Laggan Pantry”. Troopers used the lock-up to secure convicts who were working on chain gangs building the roads in the

Wednesday, 14:51 in Regional
 

Crookwell musicians record CD for Dame Mary Gilmore festival

Recording is underway for volume six of the Dame Mary Gilmore CD. Crookwell Public School’s Year 6 Djembe Drumming Group were recording live on Tuesday for the CD. The CD will be released for the Dame Mary Gilmore festival on October 28 in Crookwell. The

Wednesday, 14:36 in Regional
 

Commander’s Desk: The community are our eyes and ears

On Thursday, I presented a Norman Lindsay oil painting, Woman and Satyr, to the Goulburn Regional Art Gallery on behalf of the NSW Police Force. The presentation was covered by local media and it is fair to say it has created some colourful conversations

Wednesday, 14:26 in Regional
 

Crookwell player named as Hockeyroos' captain.

Crookwell’s own Emily Smith has been named as the new captain of the women's national team.Smith takes over from long-term skipper Madonna Blyth, who retired as the Hockeyroos' most capped player following another failed Olympics campaign in Rio last yea

Wednesday, 13:45 in Sport
 

Around the sporting fields

Both the Under 10s and Under 11s play in the grand final at Seiffert Oval Queanbeyan this Saturday September 23. The under 10s at 10 am and the under 11s at 1pm. The under 10s team photo is on www.crookwellgazette.com.au.GOLFWith many players away in Tum

Wednesday, 13:45 in Sport
 

Commander’s Desk: The community are our eyes and ears

On Thursday, I presented a Norman Lindsay oil painting, Woman and Satyr, to the Goulburn Regional Art Gallery on behalf of the NSW Police Force. The presentation was covered by local media and it is fair to say it has created some colourful conversations

Wednesday, 13:27 in Regional
 

Virbac’s 30-year milestone ahead

Long-standing staff at Virbac have told the Crookwell Gazette they have worked with the company for so long because it is close to home and the work has variety.Other reasons include; a range of good people to work with, the company is fair and equal and

Wednesday, 13:08 in Regional
 

Delving into the archives - Law and Order in Crookwell

Slipping the rails of a log fence so that neighbouring bulls could fight was not uncommon. Possible repercussions on getting caught might have been a clip around the ears. In those early times there were no laws preventing a parent from giving a child

Wednesday, 13:08 in Regional
 

sport

Both the Under 10s and Under 11s play in the grand final at Seiffert Oval Queanbeyan this Saturday September 23. The under 10s at 10 am and the under 11s at 1pm. The under 10s team photo is on www.crookwellgazette.com.au.GOLFWith many players away in Tum

Wednesday, 12:14 in Sport
 

Southern Tablelands graziers brace for dry season

Rain will be critical in coming weeks as the district dries out and another fire season looms.Data compiled by Local Land Services (LLS) and Tablelands Farming Systems shows some parts of the district, around Crookwell and Taralga, are faring better than

Wednesday, 11:30 in Regional
 

Southern Tablelands graziers brace for dry season

Rain will be critical in coming weeks as the district dries out and another fire season looms.Data compiled by Local Land Services (LLS) and Tablelands Farming Systems shows some parts of the district, around Crookwell and Taralga, are faring better than

Wednesday, 10:09 in Regional
 

Australia's new $10 note hits the streets

You just might capture a glimpse of Australia’s latest $10 banknote on Wednesday. The design of the new $10 banknote retains the images of Dame Mary Gilmore and AB ‘Banjo’ Paterson and includes elements of their works – in microtext! New features also in

Wednesday, 09:29 in Regional
 

Crookwell APEX reunion - high numbers expected

The Crookwell Apex Club reunion, set down for Saturday, October 28, has created interest among former Apexians and their families, with more than 60 acceptances so far.The first meeting of the Crookwell Provisional Apex Club was held in June, 1955 and th

Wednesday, 09:29 in Regional
 

Crookwell local musicians on latest CD

Recording is currently underway for volume six of the Dame Mary Gilmore CD. Crookwell Public Schools’ year six Djembe Drumming Group were recording live on Tuesday for the CD. The CD will be released for the Crookwell Mary Gilmore Festival on October 28.

Tuesday, 16:03 in Regional
 

Milestones: A caring, sharing 60 years married

Don and Beryl Southwell celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary in August with a small family gathering at the Mittagong RSL Club.

Monday, 15:55 in Regional
 
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