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Pain at the pump

IT would appear the old saying that there’s only three certainties in life rings true in Tumut.Death, taxes and paying the highest price in...

Woollies to buy Aussie fruit

 LOCAL fruit growers are applauding Woolworths’ decision to source all its apple, pear, peach and apricot fruit from Australia for its home-brand canned line,...

Meeting calls for review of brumby trapping

Brumby advocates Alan Lanyon, Beryl Ryan and Lynette Sutton at Wednesday night’s meeting at the Tumut CWA hall, which attracted about 100 people.Close to...

Meeting calls for review of trapping

The National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) have confirmed that aerial culling is back on the table as a means of controlling the numbers...

Adelong Post Office saved

The imminent and permanent closure of the Adelong Post Office which threatened the town with yet another loss of a vital service has been...

Brumby numbers don’t add up

Claims of 14,000 wild horses running rampant through the Kosciuszko National Park are being disputed locally with a community meeting planned to decipher the...

Roos invade town

Love them or loathe them, the influx of kangaroos within the town limits looks set to stay.Local residents that live near sporting ovals, vacant...

Earth shakes for air-con project

This week's beautiful rain has barely slowed down the drilling team which is carrying out the works for the council's new cooling and heating...

Testing times

AROUND one million students in years three, five, seven and nine from all across the nation this week sat the National Assessment Program –...

More and more families dealing with allergies

THERE is nothing more distressing for a parent than watching as their precious child gasps unsuccessfully for breath, with airways swelling and their small...