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Businesses prepare for vax check-in future

Local small business owners say they’re left in limbo with shifting dates for the state’s 70 per cent ‘roadmap’ to freedom, along with the fact that the ‘freedoms’ being granted to Sydneysiders will actually represent a loss of freedom for most of Regional NSW.

Mending fences, and much more

Tuesday marked the final day of the Adelong BlazeAid camp, with a number of local volunteers finishing up close to 18 months on the ground, helping rebuild fences for their neighbours.

Keeping the camp cooking

Keeping those volunteers fuelled, a group of cooks, bakers and kitchen hands have served over 40,200 meals since the camp opened in January 2020.

Royal Hotel in happy new hands

A love for the Tumut region inspired Tim Fallon to purchase the town’s Iconic Royal Hotel from previous owner Ken McCourt for a price “around the $5million mark.”

Covid is no joke: Councillor

Snowy Valleys Councillor Andrianna Benjamin has added her voice to those urging all in the local community to get vaccinated against Covid-19.

Duo charged over alleged drug offences and break and enters

A man and woman have been charged over alleged drug offences and break and enters near Tumut over...

ABC’s Fires a drama, not a doco

The ABC debuted the first instalment of a six-part series on the 2019/20 bushfire season last Sunday night, and while the drama titled ‘Fires’ has received critical acclaim, few locals have felt like they could stomach the show.

Blazeaid wraps up

Monday marked the last day of BlazeAid fencing in the Snowy Valleys, wrapping up a monumental 18-month effort.

HumeLink corridor refined as community consultation continues for project

TransGrid has today announced a number of changes to the project corridor for HumeLink, describing the 500kV power lines as a “once in a generation investment in Australia’s energy future.”

Aboriginal mental health traineeship offered for Tumut

The Murrumbidgee Local Health District (MLHD) is again recruiting an Aboriginal Mental Health Trainee, with a three-year work and study position with the Tumut Community Mental Health and Drug and Alcohol Team designed to promote social and emotional wellbeing within the local Aboriginal community.