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Humelink – put it underground

Despite the wet and the cold, at least 60 people got along to the Hume Link Action Group membership drive and information session at The Connection in Tumut on Saturday.

Tim takes the helm at Valmar

Tim Swan has taken over the CEO job at Valmar Support Services, replacing Hugh Packard, who stepped down after 31 years in the job.

Run still fun despite the rain

Despite the wet weather, 75 people took part in the Festival of the Falling Leaf Fun Run in Tumut on Sunday morning.

Heavy high country snowfalls cause Kosciuszko National Park closures

Recent snowfalls in excess of half a metre which have fallen across Kosciuszko National Park have forced the early closure of several roads and...

Green caffeine lands in Tumut

The Green Caffeen reuseable cup system officially landed in Tumut at Simply Wholesome on Wednesday morning.

Snowy Valleys Council CEO departs for Wodonga

Snowy Valleys CEO Matthew Hyde has resigned his position after being warmly welcomed by the Wodonga Council into its top job.

McAuley to add Year 11 and 12

Tumut's McAuley Catholic Central School will have a Year 11 next year and Years 11 and 12 in 2024, allowing students to complete their primary and secondary education at the school.

Domino’s to open new store in Tumut

Former Tumut local and self-confessed ‘Dominoid’ Chris Barron is excited to be coming home to open Domino’s Tumut alongside business partner and Domino’s multi-unit franchisee, Daniel Evans, to provide pizzas to hungry locals. 

Recruitment boost for Tumut Lions

Tumut Lions Club have received a massive boost in the form of five people declaring their intention to join.

Preschool carries reconciliation message

Tumut Community Preschool is spreading the word on reconciliation around Tumut, and a special display at Locals at Learmonts shows they have done a good job of it.