Live performance back at Montreal after one year

Montreal Theatre was bustling on Monday night, with audiences lining up to see the Taste of Ireland performance – the first live performance held at the local theatre in over 12 months.

News

Easter market tradition returns in style

Tumut’s much-loved Easter Bazaar was held on Good Friday and Easter Saturday, with hundreds of locals and tourists passing through to check out the items on offer and spend a day in the sun.

One year on, Rosewood sings praises of rail trail

Saturday marked the one-year anniversary of the Tumbarumba to Rosewood Rail Trail officially opening, and the attraction continues to bring visitors into the region, also providing a positive activity for locals to take advantage of.

Greens announce council candidate

Batlow's Marjory Tomlinson was officially announced as the Riverina Greens candidate for the Snowy Valleys Council election by Greens NSW MLC David Shoebridge in Tumut on Wednesday.

Long weekend tourists flock to the region

Tumut accommodation providers have enjoyed a boom Easter, with many places having to turn people away.

Greens MLC shocked by fire damage

A month after he publicly questioned why the Snowy Valleys region had received significant state government funding for bushfire recovery projects, NSW Greens MP David Shoebridge got a closer look at the issues affecting the community when he toured the area on Tuesday.

WANTED: firefighters

Local firefighting agencies are still desperate for new members - largely in paid roles.

Senator Molan diagnosed with ‘aggressive’ cancer

News of Senator Jim Molan’s cancer diagnosis has spread quickly through the Snowy Valleys, especially through the Lower Bago valley, where Senator Molan has been instrumental for the farmers seeking changes after the Dunns Road fire.

The Planet Man offers accessible theatre

A new type of theatre is coming to Tumut, offering an accessible experience for those with visual or aural disabilities.

Sport

Masterful performance in opening round victory

Zac Masters was named the inaugural winner of the Bronc Jones-Ray Beaven medal, and is pictured with Bronc's wife Jill and...

Tumut retains Maher Cup

In a ferocious contest in front of a big and rowdy crowd at Twickenham this afternoon, the Tumut Blues retained the Maher Cup and enacted revenge on Group 9 premiers and arch-rivals, Gundagai, winning 30-12.

Bulls reserves face Deni road trip

The Tumut Bulls will head to Deniliquin on Saturday to take on the Drovers. The Southern Inland...

Tumut Trio set to debut for Blues

Jesse Bellchambers, Tom Hickson and Malik Aitken will all make their first grade debut for the Tumut Blues when they take...

Footys back … Group 9 sets the stage for massive 2021

Derek Hay will be pivotal to the success of the Gundagai Tigers in 2021. Photo: Tahlia Crane Photography.

Weir set for Hillston Cup road trip

Kerry Weir and Megan Creed will take recent Tumut winner, Bill Road, to Hillston for their cup meeting on Saturday.

Easter bowls a welcome return to competition

Youngster Will Crampton sends one down. Bowlers from all over NSW and Canberra converged on Club Tumut over...

Tumut host Southern Highlands Champs

Gundagai bowlers, Sharon Armstrong and Gail Rowland, who contested the Southern Highlands District Bowls Singles Championship final at Club Tumut.