• Jason Laverty, a Tumut-based harvesting controller for the Forestry Corporation of NSW, has returned from Canada after assisting with the wildfires.
    Jason Laverty, a Tumut-based harvesting controller for the Forestry Corporation of NSW, has returned from Canada after assisting with raging wildfires in the south-west of the country. Mr Laverty joined the 100-strong contingent of Australian personnel deployed to help control more than 5000 wildfires in Canada this season. Three million ...
  • Hot Rods will descend on Tumut's Riverglade Caravan Park.
    Tumut’s Riverglade caravan park is preparing itself for an influx of hot rods and custom cars as the engine revs and the countdown to the biannual event begins. The event has been bringing people and cars to Tumut since it’s inception in 2001, with 115 cars with 250 people expected ...
  • Matt Dowe
      Selwyn Snowfields celebrated its fifth annual KP challenge on Sunday. It’s an event held each year to help raise money for the Tumbarumba branch of Can Assist. Can Assist is a community based charity dedicated to supporting country New South Wales people and their families affected by cancer. Selwyn ...
  • An appeal has raised more than $8000 for Caron Sturt.
    Tumut Shire residents have shown the power of community, raising over $8,000 for the benefit of Caron Sturt who was severely injured in last week’s explosion at Tumut’s Riverglade Caravan Park. Caron’s niece Tereasa Fields created the online fundraiser to benefit the family after Caron suffered burns to 70 per ...
  • The next phase of work on the Gocup Road will begin in October.
    Planning for the $70 million upgrade of Gocup Road is progressing well with further work expected to start from mid October this year, weather permitting. State MP Daryl Maguire said projects to be carried out on Gocup Road at Stuckeys Creek and Quidong Corner, 13 kilometres north of Tumut and ...

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