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Good work chaps controlling it,regard it as a backburn...

Even at this time of the year!

GO PINK FOR BREAST CANCER
Colinton Rural Fire Brigade firefighter, Carolyn Burton, together with her colleagues from Entire Physio Queanbeyan, are going pink for breast cancer.
Carolyn will be sporting a full head, permanent pink head of hair to raise funds for breast cancer research on the 26th June, 2021.
To support them, simply follow the link below, or scan the QR code added in the comments section.
fundraise.nbcf.org.au/fundraisers/entirephysioJust ONE WEEK TO GO until we GO PINK for breast cancer❗

Make a pledge to Wear it, Shave it or Colour it and let's beat breast cancer together!

Get your FREE entry now and feel the power of pink!

Register NOW: fundraise.nbcf.org.au/event/go-pink/home
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GO PINK FOR BREAST CANCER
Colinton Rural Fire Brigade firefighter, Carolyn Burton, together with her colleagues from Entire Physio Queanbeyan, are going pink for breast cancer.
Carolyn will be sporting a full head, permanent pink head of hair to raise funds for breast cancer research on the 26th June, 2021.
To support them, simply follow the link below, or scan the QR code added in the comments section.
https://fundraise.nbcf.org.au/fundraisers/entirephysio

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QR code for donating to Carolyn and her colleagues

Woohoo go Carolyn Burton and team!!

This is the Entire Physio team that will Go Pink on 26th June. Michelle is shaving on Tuesday 29th. I am going to share photos afterwards. Thank you everyone.

Thank you to everyone who participated and made the pledge as part of National Road Safety Week, last week. A special thanks to all our emergency services who got involved and continue to keep us safe on the roads!
Read more... www.snowymonaro.nsw.gov.au/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=1038

NSW SES Cooma-Monaro Unit Monaro Police District Fire and Rescue NSW Station 263 Cooma Monaro Team Rural Fire Service
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Thank you to everyone who participated and made the pledge as part of National Road Safety Week, last week. A special thanks to all our emergency services who got involved and continue to keep us safe on the roads!
Read more... https://www.snowymonaro.nsw.gov.au/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=1038

NSW SES Cooma-Monaro Unit Monaro Police District Fire and Rescue NSW Station 263 Cooma Monaro Team Rural Fire ServiceImage attachmentImage attachment

Move over, slow down! Protect those who protect us by slowing down and giving them the space they need to stay safe.

This week we have highlighted the importance of National Road Safety Week (NRSW), which runs from 16-23 May.

NRSW is an annual initiative from the Safer Australian Roads and Highway group that brings attention to the 1,200 lives lost and 44,000 who are seriously injured on Australian roads each year.

Mayor Peter Beer led the events by encouraging others to drive safely so we can return home to our loved ones and encouraging the community to make the pledge.

Our customer service officers and Visitor Centre staff wore yellow ribbons, you may have seen posters on display at each of our offices with a QR code so our community could pledge to drive so others survive.

Local emergency services including the Monaro Police District, Highway Patrol, Ambulance, State Emergency Service, Fire and Rescue NSW Station 263 Cooma and Monaro Team Rural Fire Service joined forces to get behind this message.

Road safety is a shared responsibility, and we must all be responsible for reducing the road toll on our roads. Let’s all make the pledge to drive so others survive.
roadsafetyweek.com.au/home/#home/pledge

#NRSW #DriveSOS
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Move over, slow down! Protect those who protect us by slowing down and giving them the space they need to stay safe.

This week we have highlighted the importance of National Road Safety Week (NRSW), which runs from 16-23 May. 

NRSW is an annual initiative from the Safer Australian Roads and Highway group that brings attention to the 1,200 lives lost and 44,000 who are seriously injured on Australian roads each year.

Mayor Peter Beer led the events by encouraging others to drive safely so we can return home to our loved ones and encouraging the community to make the pledge. 

Our customer service officers and Visitor Centre staff wore yellow ribbons, you may have seen posters on display at each of our offices with a QR code so our community could pledge to drive so others survive. 

Local emergency services including the Monaro Police District, Highway Patrol, Ambulance, State Emergency Service, Fire and Rescue NSW Station 263 Cooma and Monaro Team Rural Fire Service joined forces to get behind this message.
 
Road safety is a shared responsibility, and we must all be responsible for reducing the road toll on our roads. Let’s all make the pledge to drive so others survive. 
https://roadsafetyweek.com.au/home/#home/pledge 

 #NRSW #DriveSOS

Crews from Adaminaby responded to a MVA person trapped this afternoon around 13:00hrs at Long Plain turn off. 2 Helicopters were on site to attend to 2 patients and 1 child that were injured. The VRA from Tumut were on site to assist with recovery. Also attending were FRNSW from Cooma, Tumbarumba, Police and NSW Ambulance service. Ambulances from near by work sites also attend to help out.
A great response from all emergency services.
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Barbara Grant

Sarah Dicker Peter Grant Rhys Grant

Nathan

Natasha Moy

Nick L'Estrange

Sonja Valenta

Ross Gibbons

Thank you all <3 hope the physical pain and trauma were at a minimum 😭 and that those involved are ok and being cared for 🌹

Brooke Leggoe did you come across this?

We were just behind. I hope everyone came out ok!

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After the devastating 19/20 bush fire season, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Government generously donated seven bulk water tankers to fire services around the country.
On Tuesday the Monaro District was extremely honoured to take possession of this 11,000L tanker which will assist with incidents across the district.
We would love to thank the UAE Government for this incredible donation that will be a huge asset to our community.
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After the devastating 19/20 bush fire season, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Government generously donated seven bulk water tankers to fire services around the country. 
On Tuesday the Monaro District was extremely honoured to take possession of this 11,000L tanker which will assist with incidents across the district. 
We would love to thank the UAE Government for this incredible donation that will be a huge asset to our community.

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That needs to be made very public to thank UAE. It will be a great asset.

Why does it take a disaster to get assets....from another country! Thankyou UAE!

Wow what a generous gesture

Just drop it off at Nimmitabel.

How great is that

What a wonderful donation to our community. Hopefully I've just missed a national recognition of this gesture, otherwise it seems awfully sad that there hasn't been a public acknowledgement of this generous and thoughtful gesture from the UAE.

that is agood picturefrom Monaro Team Rural Fire Service

Great generosity

Samantha Rose

Jim Boyle

John

Matt bit of a rig!

Gary Lee, this is a pleasant surprise from the UAE Government....

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