‘In-between’ is a legitimate place to be

The Kiandra Courthouse has been cleared of any asbestos-containing materials and is currently waiting for further consideration and public discussion.

I thought I might have coronavirus, here’s what I did…

During any other March, I wouldn’t bother about having a slight fever, headaches and a sore throat. Generally, I’d get up and...

Rail trails a productive use of public land

Sir, - Col Locke's letter of October 19, mocking efforts to promote the idea of a rail trail from Tumut to Batlow with yellow...

Forced merger experiment has failed

Sir,- It is now over a year since the Snowy Valleys Council came into being, forced on the residents of Tumbarumba, Rosewood, Khancoban, Jingellic...

Ill-advised councillors need to take blinkers off

Sir, - Our voted representatives are at it again, making decision on a subject they know nothing about, and without proper consultation with those...

‘Yellow bike road’ leads to disappointment

Sir, – I wish to comment on the proliferation of yellow bikes around Tumut, as reported, promoting a railtrail.The yellow bike trail extends from...

Bullying in the name of Anzac Day

Opinion Last Tuesday, on Anzac Day, commentator Yassmin Abdel-Magied made the following Facebook status: “Lest. We. Forget. (Manus. Naura. Syria. Palestine.)” A few hours later she...

Securing the future of the Montreal

Sir, - In early January I was blown away to receive a thank you card and cheque from a lady who lives at Gwandalan...

Bringing people along for the ride

Local Government in the Tumut region underwent its biggest upheaval in more than a century last year when two councils were dissolved and the...

Rail trail concept expands

Sir, - The Tumut-Batlow Rail Trail (TBRT) Project committee is pleased to announce major enhancements to the Rail Trail Project.After months of research both...