Community chaplains warm hearts and hands

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Community Chaplains Debbie Gadd and Phillis Willis delivering Covid compliant Christmas Gift Bags to residents of Tumbarumba Multi Purpose Centre.

Selwyn to miss another season

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Selwyn will remain closed this winter. Selwyn will, as anticipated, remain closed for another skiing season, with the...

Tumba gets first bite at new winter festival

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Hospitality and tourism businesses across the Snowy Valleys are preparing for the inaugural Winter Bites Festival.

Night on the Couch a night to remember

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Tumbarumba locals Paul McPherson, Mick Jones, Jon Burgun and Sharon Goldspink with Matekeeper’s John Harper and Gotcha4Life’s Gus Worland at Night...

Tumba Chamber calls for consultation around funding and new projects

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The Tumbarumba Chamber of Commerce has told an inquiry into regional Australia about the need for further consultation regarding funding and project decisions that affect local communities.

Forestry inquiry submissions close this month

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Timber-dependent communities and forestry stakeholders are being encouraged to make their voices heard by providing a submission to a parliamentary inquiry examining the future of the industry.

Students get edge in safety

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Tumbarumba High School Year 12 students take part in the Snowy Hydro Young Driver Program at Rosewood Skid Pan last Wednesday....

FIC scholarships support forestry studies

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Scholarship recipient Lee Worley, Ray Krippner on behalf of Murray River Forests, and FIC executive officer Dallas Goldspink.

Tumba nominated as top tourism town

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Tumbarumba is one of 25 towns on the finalist list of for the inaugural NSW Top Tourism...

Burnt log salvage winds up

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Above and below: More than 1.6 million burnt plantation pine logs have been processed at Hyne over the past 15 months.