Removal of iconic Sugar Pine Walk to begin following bushfire impact

Following the devastation of the 2019-20 bushfire season, work will soon begin to remove the iconic Sugar Pine Walk in Bago State Forest.

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Kotvojs named Liberals candidate

Fiona Kotvojs will take her second tilt at the seat of Eden-Monaro for the Liberal Party.

Bongongo sale hits a bullseye

Bill and Shauna Graham with the top-priced bull with buyers Paul and Rachel Graham.All 35 Angus bulls...

Tourism industry happy NSW is open to visitors

Tumut Valley Motel co-proprietor Sunny Xia.NSW residents will be able to take a holiday anywhere in NSW from...

Killimicat Helmsman sale moves 27 bulls

Mark Lucas with Peter and Mary Hoodless of Jingellic, who bought two lots at the sale.Reiland Angus...

Commitment to regrow forestry

Phil Clements of the Softwoods Working Group, Wagga MP Dr Joe McGirr, Plantation Improvement Manager Phil Green and Forestry Corporation Regional Manager Dean Anderson at the Blowering Nursery on Thursday.

Deputy Premier rules out tilt at Eden-Monaro

Deputy Premier John Barilaro speaking with (L to R) Paul Barrie from Laing O'Rourke, Maliyan Horizon Managing Director Emma Muller and Cootamundra MP Steph Cooke.While visiting Tumut...

Snowy 2.0 gets go ahead for main works

Phil and Yvette Owers of National Cranes and Engineering found themselves in the spotlight on Thursday, hosting the big announcement from Deputy Premier John Barilaro and Snowy 2.0 executives.

Years of inaction sparks anger

Emergency services at the scene of the crash Sunday.Politicians and locals are hopeful that changes are coming for the notorious intersection of the Gocup Road and Snowy...

Lamb producers recognised with state gong

Keeping produce local is of high importance to those at Highfield Farm and Woodland, says Louise Freckelton.Highfield Farm and Woodland’s Grass-fed Dorper Lamb has been judged to be...

Sport

Options on the table for Sugar Pine

Sugar Pine streaks away for his maiden win at the Sapphire Coast back on December 2. Photo: Bradley Photos.

Miss Farloo’s cheeky Albury mission

Todd Smart won’t be wanting any cheeky business from his old mare Miss Farloo when she contests the 1175m Benchmark 58...

Pacers chasing Group One glory in Riverina Region Championships

The David Kennedy trained and Jackson Panting driven, Whereyabinboppin, crossing the line to win his heat of the Riverina Region Championships....

Participants push for football return

Will Goode is one of the many Tumut Eagles looking forward to getting back on the paddock.

Tumut Golf Course becomes the new hot spot

The Tumut Golf Club is in picturesque condition at the moment. Photo: Tumut Golf Club.As of last...

Young netballer wins dress design competition

Chloe Turnbull shows off her design that won the West Coast Fever’s dress design competition.Chloe Turnbull...

Parker fighting to nail down first grade gig

Ethan Parker is looking to cement his place in the Eagles first XI this season.The Tumut...

Adelong carries punters to victory

Adelong, pictured here winning at Royal Randwick last preperation, was too good in the 1100m Benchmark 78 Handicap at Rosehill Gardens on Saturday. Photo: Bradley Photos.Adelong...

Social tennis returns serve on Covid-19

Alauralee Bowditch looks to send down a serve at the Tumut Lawn Tennis Club.Tennis will return to Tumut this week after the Tumut Lawn Tennis Club decided...

Football Wagga pushing October grand final date

The availability of the Bull Paddock Oval could impact when the Tumut Eagles play their home games in 2020.The Football Wagga Wagga grand final could potentially coincide...

Points systems could change the face of Group 9

Under a potential point's system, Lachlan Bristow would have been a good signing for Tumut in 2019, with the representative level hooker a product of Tumut Minor League.

Netballers allowed back on the court

Annabelle Sturgess in action for the Tumut Netball Association in 2019.Tumut netballers will be rejoicing after hearing the news on Friday that they are able to return to...