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Rain on the way as flood watch issued

The Bureau of Meteorology has issued a flood watch for the Tumut River, warning that minor flooding is possible from Wednesday. The Bureau is predicting...

People before profits

Wagga MP Dr Joe McGirr has described the HumeLink project as an example of the error of increased privatisation of large infrastructure projects.

Brindabella upgrade not on the chopping block

The federal government’s commitment to spend more than $37 million upgrading the Brindabella Road has survived Labor’s cuts to infrastructure spending.

Last pub choir for 2023 a hit

A successful finale of the 2023 Tumut Pub Choir tour was held at Tumut Golf Club on Tuesday 21st November, with over 60 people who headed out to support Big Brothers Big Sisters Tumut as well as The Golfy, with a record breaking $927 raised for BBBS Tumut. 

Warby still on track for record

David Warby insists the Spirit of Australia II world record attempt campaign is still well and truly on track despite the duck mishap at Blowering Dam on Sunday.

Foundation’s mission to global conference

The Community Foundation for the Tumut Region’s Diana Palmer will represent the association at an international philanthropy conference in Bogota, Colombia, in December.

Can Assist honours volunteers

Can Assist Tumut honoured 17 of its members with Honorary Life Membership Awards at Club Tumut on Saturday.

Warby aims to soar past 480km/h

David Warby will be targeting the 300 miles-per-hour barrier at Blowering Dam this weekend in the latest chapter in his world water speed record campaign.

Tumut brewery gradually getting back on its feet

Things have been looking up for Tumut River Brewing Co since work on the Capper Street roundabout was completed in September, but it still has much recovering to do.

Tumut remembers service and sacrifice

Those who served in World War I and conflicts since were remembered at a Remembrance Day service held by the Tumut RSL Sub-Branch Branch at the memorial in Richmond Park on Saturday.