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Adelong alarm over caravan park

Staff and members of Adelong Services Citizens and Bowling Club are frightened for the future of the club after learning Snowy Valleys Council will call for Expressions of Interest for the operation of the park, which the club depends on for income.

Bus service expands, but still seeking permanency

Goodes Coaches’ twice weekly service between Tumut and Wagga is proving a hit with customers, even if the new Saturday service isn’t yet getting the numbers enjoyed by the Wednesday service.

Tumut High class of ‘23’s formal farewell

The Tumut High School’s year 12 class of 2023 said their final farewells at their formal at Club Tumut on Wednesday night.

Meat price drop hits home

Reiland Angus co-principal Mark Lucas said there is “very strong inequality” affecting farmers due to the downturn in livestock prices at the moment.

Shotputter heading to Nationals

Franklin Public School student Khobi Bousfield has qualified for the 2023 School Sports Australia Primary School Track and Field Championships in Tasmania this month after finishing second in the state at the NSW PSSA Athletics Championships.

Snowy Valleys the place to be

Snowy Valleys Mayor Ian Chaffey is pleased but not surprised about statistics that show that people have been moving to the Snowy Valleys LGA in big numbers.

Brindabella Road widened as part of upgrade

Snowy Valleys Council said the works were 90 per cent complete when crews broke for the winter period and this part of the project is on schedule to be finalised by the end of this week.

Snowy responds to criticism

Snowy Hydro has responded to the ABC Four Corners program aired on Monday, October 23 which heavily criticised the project for claimed lack of preparatory work and research, going far over budget and inadequate safety measures.

Wellness drive taps into nature

The Snowy Valleys Nature Wellness Drive was officially opened at Adelong Falls by NSW Chief Psychiatrist Dr Murray Wright yesterday.

Tumut-made sculpture wins $100k award

A sculpture created at Tumut’s K and D Stoneworks has taken out the $100,000 Sculpture By The Sea annual award.