Tumbarumba remembers

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Tumbarumba RSL Sub-Branch president Martin Brown closes the Remembrance Day ceremony in Tumbarumba last Thursday. Tumbarumba High School students led the commemoration of Remembrance Day...

National Australia Bank closure wrong: Wright

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Tumbarumba’s National Australia Bank branch will close tomorrow and Snowy Valleys Councillor and long-time Tumbarumba local Bruce Wright isn’t buying the bank’s line that...

Tumbafest cancelled

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Covid-19 pandemic deals Tumbarumba region yet another blow Next year’s Tumbafest has been cancelled, after the  organising committee carefully considered numerous factors including the current...

Courabyra Hall given grant for rainwater tank

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Courabyra Hall has been awarded over $12,000 in funding for the purchase and installation of a rainwater tank.

Candidates hope to bridge divide

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A group of five candidates standing for election to Snowy Valleys Council this year walked Tumut’s main street on Tuesday, trying to build unity...

Costa Berries planning for next harvest

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Planning is well under way for a new pack shed at the Costa Berries Farm at Taradale after the devastating summer bushfires, which destroyed buildings and...

Jingellic & district High Tea

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On Sunday, September 13, the women of Jingellic and district indulged in a high tea sharing friendship, laughter, tears and most of all, gratefulness...

Kokoda called off

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Kokoda stalwart Bruce Wright earlier this week had to make the heartbreaking decision to cancel this year’s Kokoda trek, which was due to get underway on...

Pub owners welcome diners

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Some of the region’s pubs took the plunge to welcome diners across the weekend in line with the government’s slight easing of Covid-19 restrictions. From last Friday,...

Popular part of Hume and Hovell reopens

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A popular section of the Hume and Hovell Track near Tumbarumba, badly damaged by bushfire, has been reopened after repairs funded by the NSW...