Councillors confirmed

The votes have been finalised and the preferences allocated, and you officially have your first ever Snowy Valleys Council: Bruce … More

Tumut’s health crisis

Tumut is in the midst of a health crisis. There is no issue with the health professionals that currently work … More

Timber town

  Half of all workers reliant on forest industry A new, in-depth study of the region’s forest industry has concluded … More

Church releases review

The independent review into the decision to place former Tumut parish priest Father Brian Hassett next to a Canberra primary … More

Local legends on Facebook

A post in the Facebook group ‘Tumutians’ asking for local legends has drawn over 100 comments, as current and former … More

Tumut Takes 2 raises $87K

The Tumut Takes 2 performers have pulled off a phenomenal feat. Months of rehearsing and a packed calendar of fundraising … More

Hospital planning tick

The planning stages for a new Tumut Hospital will begin this year, with the NSW government responding to decades of … More

Dogs running wild

Goobarragandra farmer Lindsay Buckley has lost 12 sheep in two weeks to wild dogs. His is one of the worst-hit … More

Snowy Hydro 2.0

Turnbull drops in to Talbingo Residents of Talbingo were surprised with an uncommon site up in the mountains on Thursday: … More

Australia Day

Batlow Honours for community-minded duo Ray Billings has been awarded Batlow’s Citizen of the Year this Australia Day, while Helmut … More

Adelong skate day

Kids of all ages turned out at the Adelong Skate Park on Sunday afternoon, to have some fun and learn … More

Trapped in a blackspot

Goobarragandra resident John McNeill was trapped in his overturned vehicle for more than an hour last week, after he was … More

Tumut gives a Gonski

Tumut public schools are set to receive a significant injection in funding next year, as part of the highly publicised … More