Poland gives KNP a helping hand

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The damage from last summer’s bushfires remains etched in the Kosciuszko National Park landscape. Bushfire recovery in the...

Centenary of Tumba-Wagga rail celebrated at Ladysmith

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The Australian Railway Historical Society steam excursion from Wagga to Tumbarumba in 1972. This week marked 100 years...

Ruth Ridley’s son speaks out about suspected murder-suicide

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Nathan Ridley (above) made an emotional appearance on television last week to speak about his missing mother, Ruth Ridley (below), who...

Wheelchair accessibility an issue along Parade

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Wheelchair users and disability carers have voiced concerns about the eastern side of Tumbarumba’s main street, saying that it is largely inaccessible for those who use wheelchairs and walkers, with crossing the road also proving difficult.

Labor wants forestry industry future inquiry

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NSW Labor has this week called for a Parliamentary inquiry into the long-term sustainable future of the state’s forestry and timber industry.

Staffing concerns as MPS officially opened

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Tumbarumba’s newly refurbished MPS was officially opened on Monday morning by Murrumbidgee Local Health District (MLHD) staff and Albury MP Justin Clancy, with local councillors and community members in attendance for the event.

Tumbafest Triumph

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Charlee Blencowe and Quinn Rooney enjoyed last weekend’s Tumbafest. The first Tumbafest of the Covid-19 era was a...

Fun and games in the Parde

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Fabrizia ‘Fabz’ Leuzzi, Justin Gills and Martin Wilton in front of the new arcade, located next door to The Union Hotel...

Premier’s Citations for volunteers that fought Dunns Road fire

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Tumbarumba and Wolseley Park Rural Fire Brigade members with their Premier’s Citations for their efforts in bringing the Dunns Road fire...

Road corridor cleanup continues

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One of the stockpiles of cleared trees from the roadside. More than 8,000 loads of fire impacted debris...