Residential property across the Snowy Valleys is booming, with record values rising more than 11.6 per cent...
The SMART Animal Sanctuary in Kunama is steadily growing, both in numbers and infrastructure, unhindered by the limits that the Covid-19 pandemic put on in-person fundraising.
JobSeeker payments will be going down by roughly $100 per fortnight at the end of March, but it’s a slightly gentler drop than was originally expected for 323 Tumut residents receiving the unemployment benefit.
Adelong will be car central this Sunday as it hosts a Classic Car Gathering.
Tumut Royal Hotel licencee Greg Kabar is looking forward to the further easing of Covid-19 restrictions which are slated to be introduced in NSW on March 17.
As part of a council-wide shift, the Batlow Development League (BDL) is in the process of incorporating into a standalone, independent entity.
Sculpture by the Sea returned to schools across the Snowy Valleys last week to take students behind-the-scenes of their annual Bondi exhibition, and lead workshops encouraging the kids’ own creativity.
After being closed for roughly ten weeks, Adelong’s BlazeAid camp will reopen next Monday to help repair burnt fences across the Snowy Valleys, and assist farmers and landholders impacted by last summer’s bushfires.
Batlow Fruit Company, which supplies and packages many of the apples grown at Batlow, is eyeing expansion that could ultimately create 47 full-time jobs.
The NSW Government is poised to give out free vouchers to residents across the state, offering them $100 each to spend on eating out and cultural events - but the vouchers require access to the Service NSW app, which may rule out people who don’t have a smartphone or tablet.