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Batlow battle Bears in boilover

THE Batlow Tigers came up with a superb performance to topple the high-flying but understrength Bowlie Bears 16-4 as the Pub 9s competition returned to its traditional home of Twickenham on Friday night.

Productive meeting addresses demerger issue

The Independent Member for Wagga Wagga, Dr Joe McGirr, has welcomed the visit to Snowy Valleys Council last week by the Local Government Minister Ron Hoenig. 

Double celebration for Tumut

THE gates are set to open for the 149th Tumut Show at around 1.30pm today (Friday) – are you ready?

Batlow man survives snake bite

Batlow hobby farmer Robert Pearce is recovering at home after being bitten by a red-bellied black snake on his property on Tuesday. He went to...

Indigenous peacemaker honoured at tree planting

MEMBERS of the local Indigenous community met at Stony Creek for a special tree planting on Wednesday to honour Indigenous hero Hannibal Hamilton, whose final resting place is at the site.

Two fatalities on local roads

Two fatal accidents occurred on local roads on Sunday, one a truck accident on the Snowy Mountains Highway at Gilmore and the other involving...

Nines love strong in Adelong

A stunning Adelong Showground played host to four entertaining 9s matches on Friday.

More locals join Blues and Brews line-up

More popular local musicians have joined the line-up for Blues, Brews & BBQs, which is happening on Saturday, March 16 of at Riverglade Caravan Park.

Tumut asbestos contamination queried

IN light of the current investigations for contaminated mulch found in school grounds and parks around Syndey, Indpendent Member for Wagga Wagga, Dr Joe...

Tumut’s monster pumpkin heading to 350kg

THERE are pumpkins, and there are pumpkins like that being grown by Tumut’s Mark Peacock and his family, which has reached the 300kg mark...