News

Nationals keep the seat of Cootamundra

The seat of Cootamundra has been retained by the Nationals in this weekend’s by-election, but with a swing of 20 per cent against them...

Court hours pared back

Local courthouses across the region are having their hours cut, with Gundagai now only open Tuesdays and Thursdays, and Temora Mondays and Wednesdays.Tumut courthouse...

Dancing the night away in Batlow

The Batlow RSL Club Hall was transformed into a throwback to the golden age on Saturday night, as the Batlow Dance Group played host...

Thousands of guns in Tumut region: Greens

There are 4,705 guns in the Tumut region, according to data released by the Greens.They are owned by 1,032 registered gun owners, with an...

Batlow Apple Blossom Gala Dinner

On Saturday night this week Batlow was the place to be, with the Apple Blossom Ball taking place at the RSL Club, and the...

Sport

Grace an ace at state titles

Tumut Public School’s Grace Whyte last week starred for Riverina in the state primary school basketball championships to earn a place in the NSW...

Tumut climbs to third in rugby 7s

 Tumut High School’s Monique Bullock has been chosen in the inaugural NSW Combined High Schools under 18s seven-a-side rugby team.Monique’s selection followed a series...

Tuggerah knock out Tumut High in Buckley Shield

Tumut High School’s under 14 rugby league team bowed out of the state-wide Buckley Shield competition on Tuesday at the quarter-final stage, beaten 28-20...

Talented teen secures green and gold jersey

In a week Gundagai High School Year 9 student Clay Webb won’t forget in a hurry, the talented rugby league forward was selected in...

Cowboy rides up a storm in US

Tumut’s Cody Ballard has finished a brilliant third in bull riding in the recent College National Finals Rodeo in Casper, Wyoming.Cody won the first...