ALL attendees at private gatherings above the 20-visitor limit at NSW homes now risk being slapped with a $1000 fine under new Public Health Order amendments. Previously, only the organiser of a gathering was liable to receive a fine if the number of people at the premises breached the Public Health Order but now every person in attendance will be held responsible. The total number of visitors includes adults and children, but members of the household are not counted among the 20-visitor limit. The NSW Government says the aim is to ensure community safety ahead of an expected increase in gatherings with Christmas and end-of-year festivities.
NOTIFICATION of aerial fertiliser and herbicide application in Oberon area: Hume Forests has notified that it will be aerially applying selective herbicides Atrazine and Hexazinone inside Wideawake, Hinton's, Knapsack and Edith plantations between October 5 and 19. For any inquiries, please contact the operations forester, Hamish Van Dorp, on 6947 1933 or 0417 718 040.
BRENDA Lyon's Brydie Park garden at 63 Sloggetts Road, Oberon will be open this weekend, September 19 and 20, from 10am to 4pm. Entry fee is $10 per person. All proceeds will support The Rotary Club of Oberon. To arrange a group visit, contact Brenda on 0418 629 073.
MEMBERS look forward to existing members and hopefully some new members attending the next meeting at 2pm in the Robey Centre this Friday, September 18.
IF you intend to present at Oberon Multipurpose Service facility, phone first on 6336 6700.