Council to advocate for HumeLink compensation

Picturesque Yaven Creek is one part of the region that could be impacted by 70m high transmission towers.

News

Brindabella Road group respond to ‘silent majority’

The BRTEL road map of the proposed Brindabella Road upgrade, indicating a saving of some 75km over the Gocup Road-Hume Highway-Barton...

Tumbarumba Caravan Park sees high occupancy

The Tumbarumba Caravan Park has returned an operating profit for 2019-20 of just over $18,000, not accounting for depreciation or corporate overheads. 

RMS reviews Batlow Road speed limit

Batlow residents have expressed concern with the speed of heavy vehicles travelling Batlow Road as post-fire logging...

Planning continues for potential Batlow Men’s Shed

Batlow residents Mick Begg, Neil Shaw, Zach Horder, Sam Hughes and Beth David with Adelong Men’s Shed member Ian Elliott on...

Half-century commitment to apple industry

A lifelong supporter of research and innovation and champion of the Batlow region, Mount View orchardist John Robson sees plenty of promise in both. Photo: Carl Davies.If...

$36K flying fox fence to deter drunken daredevils

A fence will be built around the popular flying fox at the Fitzroy Street playground, to ward off noisy night-time revellers.The flying fox in the playground at...

ICAC investigates former Wagga MP Daryl Maguire

Former Wagga Wagga MP Daryl Maguire is being investigated by the NSW ICAC following allegations of corruption.The NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) this week heard that...

Sugar Pine Walk given a second life in Adelong

AKD’s Allan Booby with Adelong Men’s Shed members Jack Beattie and Ian Elliott at the shed on Wednesday, standing with timber salvaged from the Sugar Pine Walk that was destroyed during...

Wet week and more to come

A rainbow in Tumut on Wednesday afternoon.A strong and fast-moving cold front brought a storm Monday, with its hail, wind and near horizontal rain, to the Tumut...

Sport

‘My proudest footy accomplishment’

Jacob Sturt (right) embraces Jordy Anderson after Tumut progressed through to the 2020 Group 9 decider. Photo: Paul W. Kerr.

Masters ready for Tigers challenge

Zac Masters will be expected to lead by example when the Blues take on the Tigers at McDonald’s Park on Sunday....

Richards firing for fabulous fifth

Matt Richards is on the verge of grabbing a piece of Tumut rugby league history.

Tumut Blues GF profiles

The Tumut Blues 2020 squad. Missing: Andy Harris and Matt Free/Dean Bristow: Tumut’s captain courageous has...

2020 has a nice ‘ring’ to it

Tumut products Brayden Draber and Tommy Jeffery show off their 2019 premiership rings. The pair mean business as they chase a...

Father-son duo lead Eagles into finals

Son and father duo Jay and Matt Casey will combine for the Eagles this weekend in the first week of FWW’s...

Businesses paint Tumut blue

Joe Eccleston and Rose McCormick pose for a photo in front of Worklocker Tumut, who did a great job decorating their...

Smart duo to take on Goulburn staying test

Todd Smart with Attainment and Hallo Poppet.Former Gundagai trainer Todd Smart will have two chances in today’s 2300m Benchmark 58 Handicap at Goulburn, with Hallo Poppet...

Road to Group 9 grand final

The Tumut Blues were a cut above the rest this season, going undefeated in the regular season and finishing with the Group 9 minor premiership. They get their chance to go...

Blues bank on sibling success

Dean Bristow, Jed Pearce, Adam Pearce and Lachlan Bristow will shoot for back-to-back Group 9 premierships for the Tumut Blues on Sunday.It’s hard to argue that the...

Blues chasing another Fenntastic performance

Former Wests and Manly forward Mick Fenn has been among Tumut’s best in 2020.If there was voting for the 2020 Weissel Medal, Michael Fenn would be...

Arragon to fix Blues a premiership

Sparky by weekday, Tumut rugby league stalwart by weekend. Lewis Arragon will be doing his part to bring home another Group 9 premiership.If you were to...