News

Living Food Conference this weekend

There are still a few tickets available for the Living Food conference this weekend, which will discuss foods that are “alive” with good bacteria,...

Adelong residents richest in region

The Australian Tax Office have released their data from 2014-15, and it won’t come as a surprise to many that the Snowy Valleys are...

Another sparkling CiderFest

Someone at Batlow CiderFest must be charmed. It poured with rain all of Friday night with clouds threatening to dampen the festivities throughout Saturday...

Tractor man rides into home town

Derek Percival is currently on a journey from Newcastle to Melbourne, slowly chugging his way across the country on a brightly painted Ferguson tractor.On...

Take a walk in her shoes

Those driving on the route from the library to the Tumut River Brewing Co on Sunday would likely have witnessed a strange sight –...

Sport

Jason Bulger named cricketer of the year

THE Gundagai and Tumut Cricket Associations held a combined presentation evening at Club Tumut on Saturday, following the preliminary final match between Commercial and...

Swimmer strikes gold

Tumut swimmer Ashley Van Rijswijk had a memorable NSW Country Swimming Championships, claiming gold in the multi-class 50m breaststroke and defeating a paralympian in...

Shooters aim up

 FIVE members of the Tumut Branch of Sporting Shooters Association of Australia recently attended the "True Grit" competition hosted by Southern Highlands Branch at...

Megan’s memorable day

Apprentice jockey Megan Taylor already has a career best five winners to her name and if she can add the two feature races at...

Bulls secure UK five-eigth

The Tumut Bulls have been pretty quiet on the recruitment front thus far, but with round one just 36 days away, they’ve lured a 20-year...