‘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...

A local organisation in need

SIR, – The Tumut and District Neighbourhood Centre first opened on December 31, 1981, at 173a Wynyard Street, Tumut and still resides there today.The...

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...

Management plan equals wipeout

Sir, – I read with cynicism and scepticism, the words of the NPWS in the article in the Tumut and Adelong Times of May...

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...

The simpler things in life

SIR, – They say the only things certain in life are death and taxes.Allow me to add a third.I propose that here in Tumut...

Lack of transparency continues

Sir, – I refer to my letter in the T&A Times published in April of my concerns and amazement at what now appears to...

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...

A great atmosphere

Sir, - We would like to thank the organisers and the wonderful people of Tumut and surrounds for the excellent day on Saturday at...

Centre requires helping hand

Sir, - Could you allow us to agree with and add to your recent front page exposé on the growing number in our community...