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Hayes first mayor of new council

The leaders of the first ever incarnation of the Snowy Valleys Council will be two Tumut shire old hands: James Hayes as Mayor, and...

Snowy Valleys Council elections: Top two take clear lead

Saturday was a historic day in Tumut, Tumbarumba and surrounds. It was the first time residents turned out to vote for their chosen representatives...

No cure in sight for doctor shortage

Former surgeon Geoff Pritchard worries how Tumut Hospital would have coped had this bus crash last week on Talbingo Mountain been...

SVC join climate change program

Snowy Valleys Council voted last Thursday to join a climate change program. Snowy Valleys Council has voted to...

Man charged with drug and firearm offences

A man has been charged after drugs and firearms were seized at Tumut.  Officers...

Family of Naomi Williams speaks at inquest

Naomi Williams. The Hospital Group Manager for the region which takes in Tumut has...

Franklin’s canteen crisis

The Franklin Public School canteen desperately needs to recruit volunteers to prevent it from being shut down.

Is this a heritage building?

Adelong’s Masonic Lodge has retained it’s draft heritage listing after Tumut Shire Council rejected the owner’s request to remove it from the listing. The building...

Lest we forget

Wynyard and Russell Streets were lined with a cavalcade of umbrellas on Tuesday, as the citizens of Tumut turned out in the pouring rain...

Fireside Sunday in Batlow

Once a month, St John’s Anglican Church in Batlow trades their traditional Sunday evening church service in for something a little more special: Fireside...