Batlow Men’s Shed has a site, now requires funding

A map of the Cannery site showing the area where the Rotary Club wishes to lease.Snowy Valleys...

SVC join climate change program

Snowy Valleys Council voted last Thursday to join a climate change program.Snowy Valleys Council has voted to...

Concern over Riverwalk development

While the council’s roster of committees has been shortened significantly by changes made last week to the list of approved Section 355 Committees, two other committees - both proposed by Councillor Geoff Pritchard - are in the process of being formed.

Valmar clients thrive at accessible Adelong Pool

The Adelong Community Aquatic Centre has been popular with residents across the Snowy Valleys region. Last July, a project to better regulate the temperature at the pool was completed, at a cost of $78,945. Valmar Support Services staff and clients say the pool has been improving their quality of life and outdoor programs.

Brungle property fetches $4.55m

Avenix River, a 130.8-hectare property on the Tumut River at Brungle and owned by the Piper family in Tumut, fetched $4 55...

NSW-Victorian border opens

New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian addressing the media on Monday.After 138 days of border closure, Victorian...

Batlow family on the path to rebuilding

Steven Bellchambers in a shipping container pod on his property, donated earlier this year by GIVIT and the Brumbies Rugby Bushfire...

New Tumut pool entrance a hit

The redesigned entrance to the Tumut War Memorial Olympic Swimming Pool is proving popular with swimmers after it was officially opened last Tuesday.

Development League eyes standalone status

Changes are coming for many of the Snowy Valley’s Section 355 Committees, with official moves to dissolve “all community committees that are not responsible for the management of a council facility.”

Montreal Theatre reopening ahead of government voucher scheme

Tumut’s Montreal Community Theatre is reopening next month with three movies, just ahead of the State Government’s new ‘Out and About” vouchers, encouraging people to eat out and visit cultural institutions.