Tooma Rd farm fetches $16m

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A 375ha property at Greg Greg has sold for $16m. Woonoona, a 375ha property on Tooma Road at Greg Greg, has fetched a stunning $16...

Lumsden locked in for Tumbafest

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Local artist Fanny Lumsden will be performing at the 25th Anniversary celebration of next February. Tumbafest president Andrew Rae said the committee was excited to...

Hyne’s bushfire recovery project underway

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Hyne Timber recently welcomed Justin Clancy MP, to its Tumbarumba Mill where the Site Manager, Gary Evans was able to provide an update on...

Back to earth for Tumba astronaut

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Tumbarumba-bred astronaut Dr Chris Boshuizen has become just the third Australian in history to have gone into space, after his 10-minute and 17-second flight...

Teacher walkout at Tumba Public

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Teachers across NSW walked off the job last week, protesting teacher shortages in public schools which are compounding workloads. The NSW Teachers Federation is...

Plans to rehabilitate popular tourist stop

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A team effort is being planned to help one of the area's major tourist attractions. Paddy's River Falls viewing area was heavily damaged in...

New brumby plan can work

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Adaminaby horse trek owner and fierce brumby advocate Peter Cochran has backed the new draft wild horse management plan for Kosciuszko National Park, saying...

Coroner concludes Ruth Ridley likely died at husbands hands

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A coronial inquiry has found that Port Macquarie woman Ruth Ridley, whose caravan was found in Tumbarumba in October 2019, was likely killed by...

Log supply an ongoing challenge: Hyne

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In a submission to a NSW parliamentary  inquiry examining the viability of the timber industry, Hyne Timber joined in the chorus of voices calling for...

KNP horse numbers to be culled to 3000

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Wild horse numbers in the Kosciuszko National Park will be reduced to 3000 by 2027 under a long-awaited draft plan for the management of...