‘Nation building’ Snowy 2.0 gets PM’s thumbs up

Snowy 2.0 got the ‘thumbs up’ on Tuesday from Minister for Energy and Emissions Reduction Angus Taylor, Liberal Party candidate Fiona...

News

Barilaro: initial bushfire clean-up target has been met

The fire clean up will continue into next month.Although there are bushfire-affected properties across the state that...

Campaign nears finish-line

Labor leader Anthony Albanese toured Snowy Valleys bushfire damage with Kristy McBain in late May, meeting with orchardists like Ian Cathels...

Caravan park open for bookings

The Batlow Caravan Park is open to the public after closing for a year for major works, with the council hoping...

Brewing up business

Lara and Matt Lucas spoke with the Prime Minister and Eden-Monaro candidate Fiona Kotvojs about operating a small, local business at...

Selwyn reduced to gravel

Some of the ski lift towers survived the fires, but the lodges which lined the resort were levelled in the post-fire cleanup.The Selwyn Snow Resort, site of...

Shooters send a preferencing message

THE SHOOTERS, Fishers & Farmers party is sending a message to the government this weekend, preferencing Labor candidate Kristy McBain at number four and Liberal candidate Fiona Kotvojs at number 5. Typically, the...

We deserve a shot at the title: Nats

Nationals candidate Trevor Hicks (left) with Australian Forest Products Association's Ross Hampton in Tumut on Wednesday.Nationals Eden-Monaro candidate Trevor Hicks heard about the challenges facing the forestry...

Rotary reflects on unique year at changeover

The 2020/21 Tumut Rotary committee: Cooryna Ackroyd, Meg Sutton, Susan Ivill, Wendy Arentz, Peter Ford (DG), Steve Magann, Lorraine Wysman and Tom Arentz.Tom Arentz relinquished the...

Fence doing the job, but Batlow gets a $120K replacement

Batlow Show Society president Steve Ross at Batlow Showground.There is confusion in Batlow over a NSW Government stimulus package payment of $120,000 for new fencing around...

Sport

Winning return for Bullock

Aaron Bullock is just happy to be riding again after battling weight issues over the past four months. Photo: Bradley Photos....

Blues sign Canterbury Cup bookend

Michael Fenn in action for the Western Suburbs Magpies in the Canterbury Cup competition. Photo West Tigers.The...

The three pillars of Twickenham

Ken Keenan, Keith Shelley and Anthony Oddy are the small but hard-working group that keeps Twickenham in great order.

July is here: Winter sport set to take over

Winter sporting clubs, such as Tumut Minor league, will kick off their seasons over the next few weeks.

Junior Eagles to take flight

The Tumut Eagles junior sides will commence their Football Wagga Wagga season at Bull Paddock tomorrow.Bull...

Senior footy awaits Sullivan Cup youngsters

Ben Cassidy will be one of the Tumut Minor league products progressing to the Sullivan Cup in 2020.

Bulls face staggered start to season

The Bulls will kick off their 10-round SIRU season on July 18.On Monday, Southern Inland Rugby Union...

Pony Club to resume Sunday

Tumut Pony Club will be back in action at Tumut Showground on Sunday. Photo: Tumut Pony Club Facebook page.After going into a brief hiatus due to...

Cherry ripe for listed debut

Can Cherry Tortoni make the step up to listed company when contesting the Taj Rossi final at Flemington on Saturday? Photo: Racing Photos.Cherry Tortoni hasn’t missed...

Taliano edged in Albury

Gundagai trainer Michelle Russell (right) went close to winner at Albury on Monday with Taliano beaten less than half a length in the 1400m Maiden Handicap.Punters...

Brown pleased to see bookies back on track

Peter Brown was happy to be back bookmaking at Gundagai-Adelong race Club on Saturday.A little piece of history was made at Gundagai-Adelong Race Club on Saturday, with...

Colvin double headlines strong Gundagai meeting

Visiting trainers had a day out at Gundagai-Adelong Race Club on Saturday, with all the spoils heading back to Wagga, Canberra and Braidwood stables.