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Hundreds turn out for inaugural Winter Bites Festival

Over 400 people gathered at Courabyra Wines in Tumbarumba on Saturday to celebrate the first ever Winter Bites Festival.

Councillor calls for sensible Covid measures

Snowy Valleys councillor Geoff Pritchard has called for “sensible” virus prevention tactics such as social distancing and increased hygiene methods to make a comeback.

Coffee Pedaler staff negative for Covid-19

All five staff members who were potentially exposed to Covid-19 during a May 19 shift at the Coffee Pedaler in Gundagai have returned negative results as of Friday.

Eagles ready to defend nest from Hawks

Ben Johnson will be back in action at The Bull Paddock on Sunday when lining up in defence for the Eagles...

Another Adelong truck roll over

A man had to be cut from the tyre truck he had been driving when it rolled over at Adelong on Thursday, in the same spot as another truck rolled last month.

Gundagai Coffee Pedaler part of Covid alert

The Coffee Pedaler in Gundagai was undergoing a deep clean Thursday after the business was notified that a person who later tested positive for Covid-19 had visited the shop on May 19.

NSW Health issues Covid alert for Gundagai

Health authorities have listed three sites in Gundagai as venues of concern associated with a Victorian family...

Special Rate Variation received 580 submissions

Out of 580 submissions received for the Snowy Valley’s proposed Special Rate Variation (SRV), 495 were template letters.

Advocacy Plan receives $19.3 million to date

The Snowy Valleys Council has already secured $19.3 million to help fund seven out of their 14 Advocacy Projects, with another $42 million worth of funding applications still pending.

Batlow history for all to see

With the completion of a second ‘Women’s Land Army’ mural, another marker of Batlow’s rich history is now on public display.