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Robyn MacRae a Kantor Prize finalist

The man who brought us portrait paintings of humour, dark satire, light comedy and caricature through the Bald Archy Prize is himself the subject...

Lantern making workshop

The Railway Precinct was a hive of activity this weekend as visiting artist Annette Rolfe held lantern making workshops: for the public on Saturday...

Gold medal for Bruce

Tumut local Bruce Giles has taken out gold and silver medals at the World Transplant Games in Spain, where every entrant has been the...

Who’s doing the dishes in the Snowy Valleys?

Earlier in the month the Sydney Morning Herald showed what the Census revealed about who’s doing the housework in Australian homes. It turns out...

Record 7.2 million pine seedlings

More than seven million pine seedlings will be dispatched from Forestry Corporation of NSW’s Blowering Nursery near Tumut this winter.Minister for Lands and Forestry...

Beatniks and books in Batlow  

The Literary Institute of Batlow provided a perfect winter evening on Friday night: a crackling fire, a hearty supper, and poetry readings from two...

Fears council process “exclusionary”

Former Mayor Geoff Pritchard has voiced fears that part of the process of running for local government, becoming an agent, is potentially putting people...

Former Mayor decides not to run for council

Mayor of Tumut Shire Council at the time of the amalgamations, Sue Bulger, has decided not to run for council this year.Ms Bulger was...

Holiday activities come to an end

Another great set of holiday activities have come to an end as Tumut kids put their uniforms back on and head back to school,...

Friends of Kiandra bring organ home

An organ that once adorned the Anglican Church in abandoned mountain gold mining town Kiandra has been acquired by the Friends of Kiandra Society.They...