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Adelong Men’s Shed still needs recruits

Adelong Men’s and Hen’s Shed still needs new members to remain viable into the future.

Cool burnings at Tumut wetlands

Riverina Highlands RFS, Brungle/Tumut Local Aboriginal Land Council and Riverina Local Land Services completed another cultural burn this week, this time at the Tumut wetlands.

New ambulance station on track

The new Tumut ambulance station is on track to be finished before the end of this year. 

Vinnies eyes main street move

Demand is set to see St Vincent de Paul’s Tumut Conference move its store from its current Fuller Street location to Wynyard Street in the CBD.

Club Tumut marks nine decades

Club Tumut, aka Tumut Bowling Club, celebrated its 90th anniversary in style on Saturday.

Bulls back on track after tough victory

The Tumut Bulls have put a tough start to the 2022 Southern Inland Rugby Union (SIRU) season behind them after registering back-to-back wins.  Tumut went...

Save our shed!

Adelong Men’s and Hen’s Shed has just about reached a ‘populate or perish’ stage, desperately needing new recruits to remain viable for the future.

Batlow Origin Pathway powers forward

Stage two of the Batlow Origin Pathway, which honours Batlow doctors Tom and Doreen Hyder, was completed last Thursday.

Adelong Tennis Club served a new surface

Adelong Tennis Club players are busy enjoying a newly-surfaced court paid for with bushfire funding.

After more than 170 years, Uniting Church calls time

Due to a decline in active membership, the church council of the Tumut Uniting Church has announced that the church will cease holding Sunday worship services from the beginning of July.