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“All is not well on the farm”- Rural Aid CEO

AUSTRALIA’S most trusted rural charity has been urgently assisting farmers who are battling increased levels of mental ill-health in recent months.   Rural Aid CEO John...

Truck enthusiasts make annual pilgrimage to Sylvia’s Gap

For some, it was their first time taking the trip to Sylvia’s Gap as part of the Australian Road Transport Heritage Centre’s (ARTHC) annual...

A slice of car heaven from 1967

THOSE who say cars from back in the day had more charm will find plenty of back up in Larry Casey’s 1967 Holden HR...

Prices slightly above market at annual weaner sale

A total of 3011 head sold for an average of $970 at the 83rd annual Gundagai weaner sale, with the majority of vendors receiving...

Tumut youngsters can reach for the skies

YOUNG people from Tumut, Tumbarumba and Gundagai have the chance to make their flying dreams come true with the launching of the second round...

Sparra & Crooksey take on Shitbox Rally

DAVE Adams (Sparra), Adelong,  and Dave Crooks (Crooksey), Gundagai,  are set for the adventure of a lifetime when they join a convoy of teams in the...

Ian Blundell returned to the stage

IAN Blundell was one of the performers at the inaugural Adda-Long Day Music Bash held last weekend at the Royal Hotel. Following a foot tapping,...

A FESTIVAL IS BORN

THE stage has been set for an exciting music festival which will definitely put Adelong on the annual events listings. Cec Petersen, co-organiser of the...

“I had a dream” – which came true

WHEN you see a dream, which has been held for many years in your heart, come to fruition it can be one of the...

Future of the “Weir House” uncertain

ONE of Tumut’s best-known landmarks, the historic “Weir House” on Elm Drive, faces an uncertain future as the owner, Crownlands NSW, seeks advice from...