Sydneysiders will be barred from entering regional NSW for at least another 12 days after the state government pushed the travel opening date back to November 1 because of relatively low vaccination rates outside of the cities.
Tumut paramedic John Larter says he’s not fazed by the dismissal last Friday of two lawsuits which hold similar themes to his challenge to NSW Public Health Orders requiring that healthcare workers accept a Covid-19 vaccine.
Diana Palmer has been recognised in State Parliament for her 25 years of service in the disability sector, working for Information on Disability, Education and Awareness Services (IDEAS).
Adelong, Batlow and Tumba confident they’ve avoided the chopping block The future of the Batlow Tigers, Tumbarumba Greens...
The first round of the Elders Cup will not go ahead on Saturday, with the competition facing an indefinite delay.
Talbingo kidnapper Roger Phillip McGrath will remain in jail until at least February 2023 after being handed a three-year and six-month sentence...
A 362.68-hectare property described as a “productive powerhouse” could fetch as much as $12 million when it goes up for auction in November.
Riverina Highlands Rural Fire Service are always ready for hell and high water, and that is just as well because they got plenty of the latter when their headquarters at the Riverina Highlands building was flooded on Sunday.
Tumut Swim Club coach Max Hargreaves and his band of swimmers were happy to be back in the pool this week.
The Norm Gardner trained Cyborg will contest Friday's Cootamundra Cup. The locally-owned Cyborg will contest today’s Cootamundra...
Tumut’s Wayne Hibbens quadrupled his fund-raising target with an epic run from Tumut to Brungle to raise money for the Cancer Council last Friday.
During the recent school holidays, the Tumut Mountain Bike Club was disappointed to find a series of dangerous and unsustainable trails built adjacent to their existing trail network. The club will now have to repair the damage, and is asking for those responsible to come forward and help.
There's no doubt about who Tumut resident Larry Stitt will be cheering for in Sunday’s NRL grand final.
Tumut's Wayne Hibbens may be 59, but that isn’t going to stop him running the Tumbarumba to Rosewood Rail Trail Half-Marathon on October 9 to raise money for the Cancer Council.
Tumut swimmer Ashley van Rijswijk has wrapped up her events at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics with a third place finish in her heat for the 200 metre women’s individual medley - SM14 - and a scoop of birthday ice cream.
Ashley van Rijswijk turns 21 today (Tuesday), but the birthday cake will have to wait until after this morning’s heat for the 200m individual medley.