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Beef prices predicted to hit 35-year high

In a first for Australia, agricultural production is tipped to pass $60 billion next year, according to the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource...

Local pilot soars through gender stereotypes

Mayor Sue Bulger and local pilot Glenyce Francis took to the skies this week to mark the beginning of International Women in Aviation week. Despite...

School counts cost after iPads pinched

Franklin Public School staff and students have been left disappointed and unnerved after the school was broken into 4am Monday night, with half of...

Gilmore to Tumbarumba blacked out

Adelong, Batlow and Tumbarumba have been plunged into darkness; with 3,632 customers left without power as last night’s storm downed power lines in the...

Fatal crash

A man has been charged after the death of a motorcyclist in a crash at Tumut on Saturday. About 4.30pm yesterday  police were called to...

Aladdin’s cave of stolen items discovered: police

A Tumut man has been charged over a number of alleged drug, firearm and property offences following a search warrant in Tumut Friday afternoon. Tumut...

Marlene Pearce named Tumut Shire Citizen of the Year

Proud Tumut Shire residents congregated at Stockwell Gardens for the annual Australia Day awards ceremony this morning. Treated to delightful Australian-themed tunes by Tumut...

Firefighters on top of blazes

National Parks and Wildlife Services (NPWS) are advising locals an increase of smoke in the Blowering region is the result of a controlled burn...

Lightning ignites fires

Four bushfires remain out of control this morning, burning uncontained in remote areas of the Tumut Shire. A stifling 41-degree day turned to a horror...

Gilmore fire under control

Fire-fighters have brought under control a fire which raged at Gilmore yesterday afternoon, burning more than 150 hectares of farmland. The fire began at about...