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...

Wider implications to Brandy Mary’s closure

EDITORIALThe announcement by State Water of plans to close Brandy Mary’s Park at the foot of the Blowering Dam next month has deservedly drawn...

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...

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...

Healthy teeth

Sir, - I think fluoride is good to have in the water. My girls grew up in suburban Liverpool and we had fluoride in...

Visitors left wanting more

Sir, - We would like to pass on some comments, mainly from visitors over this last weekend.The Red Hot Summer Concert was a great...

Chemical better left out of water

Sir, - It grieves me to read that the Tumut Council has put fluoride in the town water supply. Particularly when many Councils, notably...

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...

‘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...

‘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.