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Kelly wins back Eden-Monaro

As political uncertainty hangs over the nation, Eden-Monaro voters have delivered a decisive victory to Labor’s Mike Kelly. A swing of 6.44 per cent across...

Firearms, drugs and explosives seized

Police have seized firearms, drugs and explosives while executing a search warrant at Tumut yesterday. Just before 12.30pm Tuesday, officers attached to Cootamundra Local Area Command...

Brewery unveils expansion plans

Tumut River Brewing Company is moving. Co-founder Tim Martin said the paperwork has been submitted to council and they’ve settled on the former Tumut Trusses and Frames location on Adelong Road. Now, they wait.

Tumut art show opens in style

On Friday night the doors of the 5Ways gallery opened to the 63rd Tumut Art Society Annual Art Show, the opening drawing a big crowd.

Batlow works towards ‘United’ vision

Around 30 people representing Batlow groups and outside support organisations came together last week to collate months’ worth of research and begin forging a path towards the future of the town.

Motivation and mental health focus of Franklin school address

Motivational speaker Luke Kennedy appeared at Franklin Public School on Wednesday, speaking to Year 3-6 students about self-bullying and the importance of staying true to who you are to achieve your goals and maintain good mental health.

Local aged care providers welcome big budget spend

Catholic Healthcare, parent body of Tumut’s Blakeney Lodge have applauded Tuesday night’s federal budget, which included $17.7 billion for aged care.

Documentary shares personal side of missing Niamh Maye

The story of missing teenager Niamh Maye has been shared regularly with Australians ever since her disappearance somewhere between Jingellic, Batlow and Tumut in March 2002, but last night the ABC shared a different perspective - that of Ms Maye’s elder sister, Fionnuala Hagerty, and their family.

Winter art exhibition returns

The Tumut Art Society’s winter exhibition made a welcome return to the 5Ways gallery on Saturday after a Covid-enforced absence of two years.

Restrictions for regional NSW

New restrictions will be in place for regional NSW from 6pm tonight as the government grapples with the evolving Covid-19 outbreak in...