THE Bermagui woman airlifted to The Canberra Hospital by the Snowy Hydro Southcare chopper after her bike collided with a car on Tuesday afternoon is back home after several days in hospital.
Members of the Bermagui chapter of the Cancer Research Advocate Bikers (CRABS) at the scene have implored all drivers to be bike aware and always be on the lookout for motorcycles.
The 53-year-old woman was riding her Honda road bike alone south on Wallaga Lake Road just before 4pm when she collided with a car being driven by another local.
The car was pulling out of Bermagui Cobargo Road when the collision occurred, which was strong enough to break windows in the car.
CRABS members on scene to recover the bike said accidents had occurred at the intersection before and said bike awareness for car drivers was important at all times.
They said she suffered two broken ribs, and an injured finger required an operation.
Police investigations continue.
RESIDENTS at premises at the Narooma marina area disturbed a thief inside the building around 4am Saturday causing the intruder to run off and get into an older style Ford station wagon. A purse was stolen.
Around the same time, a car on Riverside Drive was entered and a wallet, foreign currency, sunglasses and phone cables were stolen.
Both wallet and purse minus cash and cards were found the next day on Riverside Drive and Davison Street and turned into police.
Meanwhile, Batemans Bay police were called to service station where two youths in the Ford stolen from Pambula were attempting to use the stolen cards.
A 16 and 13-year-old from the Nowra area were charged with a numbers of offences after being found in possession of the items stolen from Narooma.
A 71-year-old ACT man lost traction in rainy conditions on the Princes Highway, North Narooma near Raymond Street on Thursday morning.
His Ford utility slid into an embankment and required towing but he was not issued a ticket because of the conditions.
A DIGITAL SLR camera and lens worth $1900 was stolen between last Monday and Wednesday morning from premises on Dromedary Terrace, Narooma.
TWO chainsaws were stolen from a shed on Murrabrine Road in the Yowrie area west of Cobargo between last Sunday and this Sunday.
A 62-year-old local woman on April 2 was issued with a $300 fine for stealing after she was allegedly seen taking items from a Narooma supermarket and not paying.
THREE females seen to rip out a plant last Tuesday have been banned from a shopping area in Narooma.
POLICE patrolling the Narooma Plaza area at 9.30pm Sunday stopped and searched two males. An 18-year-old from Bodalla was issued a cannabis caution.
Anyone with any information on these matters should contact Narooma police at 4476 2044 or Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000.