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Dave Eisenhauer named citizen of the year

The voice of the Tumut region, Dave Eisenhauer, was named our Citizen of the Year at today’s Australia Day awards ceremony in Tumut. Mr Eisenhauer...

Blowering and Burrinjuck not expected to spill

WaterNSW is not expecting Blowering Dam to spill during this weekend’s rain event. WaterNSW said its dams, including Burrinjuck and Blowering, will capture any run-off...

Flood watch for Tumut River

A flood watch has been issued for the Tumut River ahead of expected thunderstorms and rain later in the week. The SES issued the flood...

NSW government announces Joint Organisations of Councils

New regional council bodies will be formed in NSW by July 2018, it was announced at this weekend's NSW Country Mayors Association AGM. Details of...

Tumut Museum working on ‘Down the Main’ exhibition

The Tumut Historical Society are hard at work putting together a new exhibition, which they expect to be ready for display at the museum...

Councils discuss unrateable land

At the NSW Country Mayors Association AGM, Snowy Valleys Mayor James Hayes had a productive meeting with other mayors of councils with large swathes...

Tony’s top dog

Brungle sheepdog ‘Ok Indianna Buckles,’ owned by Tony Elliott, has continued her winning streak. After her win at Koroit in Western Victoria against 215 dogs,...

Post-merger tourism strategy on its way

The Snowy Valleys Council is in the middle of developing their Destination Management Plan for the newly merged shire, which will be the blueprint...

Our Table lunch

Last weekend was the first – and definitely not the last – Our Table producers lunch, that saw distinguished chef Soon See Low cook...

Photo mystery solved

A call-out for information in the Tumut and Adelong Times has proven fruitful for Fay Hartshorn. Two months ago, in an article about a mysterious...