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$50m for new Tumut Hospital

Construction of a new Tumut hospital will begin next year, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian said today, with the state government allocating $50 million to...

Libs back Ham for Wagga

  Snowy Valleys Councillor Julia Ham will be the Liberal Party’s candidate in the upcoming by-election for the state seat of Wagga. The Oberne Creek farmer...

Twenty-year tower triumph

The passionate 20-year campaign of a Goobarragandra Valley resident has finally paid dividends with a satellite small cell base station to provide mobile coverage...

Ciderfest plans for successful future

  The Batlow CiderFest has become a major flagship event for the Snowy Valleys Region and the hard-working committee is hoping to gather both professional...

Hoons tear up Paddy’s River Dam

A popular and picturesque camping ground has been temporarily closed after recent acts of vandalism. Paddy’s River Dam, between Talbingo and Tumbarumba in the Bago...

Parliamentary Inquiry vindicates paramedic’s gripe with management

Tumut paramedic John Larter couldn’t agree more with a NSW Parliament Upper House Report into bullying, harassment and discrimination in emergency services in which...

Daisy heads to camp for another encore

TUMUT High School Year 9 student Daisy James might be only 15 but she’s already a veteran of the Riverina Choral Camp. Next week she...

Talbingo worried about Snowy 2.0 impact on tourism

Talbingo residents have aired fears about the impact on tourism if public access to the Talbingo Dam, via the spillway, is shut-off for periods...

Funnell enters race

Independent candidate for Wagga Wagga Paul Funnell says he will put “people before politics” if elected to the seat. “My concern is that our main...

Three-cornered contest looms in Eden-Monaro

The Nationals have signalled their intention to contest the former bellwether seat of Eden-Monaro at the next federal election in what would create a...