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Labor promises $200K for Snowy Valleys fire trails

Eden-Monaro MP Kristy McBain has announced that a Labor Government would commit $200,000 to maintaining fire trails in the Snowy Valleys if elected on Saturday.

Turf Club on track with upgrades

After trucks, graders and other earthmoving machinery piled onto the Tumut Turf Club course proper back in February to complete some of the biggest...

Students view window to the future

Local school students got a glimpse into their possible futures with the holding of The Snowy Valleys Careers Day at the Tumut Boys Club Hall on Wednesday.

Sculpture trail launched

Adelong, Batlow, Tumbarumba and Tooma played host to the community launch of a new era in the cultural heritage of the region, the Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail, on Saturday and Sunday.

New lights to brighten Bull Paddock nights

The future for sportspeople using the Bull Paddock has got a lot brighter with the installation of new lights aimed at giving the facility night-game capability.

Cycle Classic money attracts hospital specialist

Tumut Cycle Classic organisers officially handed over $40,000 raised from this year’s event on Thursday, delivering more great news for the community.

Sunny skies has festival organisers wondering what might have been

Organisers of the Festival of the Falling Leaf were left wondering what might have been when the forecasted downpour didn’t eventuate on Saturday.

Labor pledges more than $17m for Brindabella Road

Labor today pledged more than $17 million towards safety upgrades for a dangerous section of the Brindabella Road, from the Brindabella Valley to the...

Southern end of Blowering Dam to reopen for Easter

Forestry Corporation will open the southern end of Blowering Dam in time for Easter, following extensive work to repair bushfire and storm damaged roads...

Election race off and running

The nation’s eyes will again be on the seat of Eden-Monaro in the leadup to the Federal Election on May 21.