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24-fold increase in annual feral horse removals

THE  Invasive Species Council, the NSW Public Service Association (PSA), the National Parks Association of NSW, the Nature Conservation Council of NSW and the Biodiversity...

Rotary ride for ‘End Polio Now’ at Batlow

TWO very special people addressed the Batlow Rotary Club’s dinner last Thursday night and spoke about their 3000km tandem bike ride from Adelaide to...

Tumut community give generously to Cancer Council

TUMUT’S Big Morning Teas for Cancer Council this year have seen some outstanding results. The Biggest Morning was held at the Riverside Café, organised by...

Calling all descendants of Thomas and Ellen Boyd

THERE is a special event happening at Gilmore in November which in part commemorates 200 years since the Hume and Hovell party travelled through...

Reconciliation Week recognition in Tumut

RECONCILIATION Day is held on the first Monday on or after the 1967 Referendum anniversary date of May 27 each year and is part...

Netball divisions hotly contested

WHILE Round Three of the local netball competition saw a few forfeits occur, all games played were filled with passion and determination. 

Eagles head west to face South Wagga

THE Tumut Eagles, coming off an impressive draw with Lake Albert last week, face South Wagga in Wagga tomorrow.

Service NSW “Kangaroo Bus” visiting Aboriginal communities

Aboriginal communities in regional and remote NSW will soon have better access to government services and transactions, such as driver licence and vehicle registration...

Council dissolves Disability & Accessibility Committee

SNOWY Valleys Council received a request at its May 16 meeting to dissolve the Disability Inclusion Action Reference Group (DIARG) Committee as it has...

Double celebration for Neighbourhood Centre

Volunteers, staff and members of the community were there when Tumut and District Neighbourhood Centre celebrated Neighbourhood Centres Week and National Volunteers Week yesterday. The...