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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 –...

Walk Safely to School Day

Last Friday, May 19, was National Walk Safely to School Day, when all primary school kids are encouraged to walk and commute safely to...

Tumut Labyrinth nearing completion

The Tumut Community Labyrinth is coming along on time, and Tumut Rotary Club President Steven Jenkins wanted to share the following information with the...

Coalition delivering for regions: Maguire

Member for Wagga Wagga Daryl Maguire has hit back at NSW Labor Leader Luke Foley’s claims last week that the Liberals were neglecting NSW.Mr...

Behind the scenes at fire station

Fire stations across the state threw open their doors on Saturday, much to the delight of NSW kids.Tumut’s Fire and Rescue team was no...

In-cider knowledge at Batlow conference

This year’s CiderFest conference focused on what will hopefully be a growth area for Batlow in the coming years: Farmgate Marketing and Tourism.The keynote...