Snowy Valleys records first Covid-19 case

The Snowy Valleys Shire area has recorded its first positive Covid-19 case, as the...

News

Covid-19 cases in region up to 26

There have still been no confirmed cases of Covid-19 in the Snowy Valleys region as of this morning, with the number of...

Drive through beer, coffee and pizza – Brewery gets temporary approval

Some business owners are staring down the barrel of COVID-19 closures with wide eyes, others with resignation....

Covid-19 tally across region stands at 23

There have been a further three cases of Covid-19 identified in the Murrumbidgee Local Health District (MLHD) to 8am this morning, taking...

Driveway dinner parties keep families connected

Don and Bev Dywer have dinner in the driveway with their daughter, Meg, and her family. Meg’s family are in...

Apple picking season like no other

New season Galas picked at Wilgro Orchards ready to be sold and enjoyed. Apple picking season has begun in Batlow, a time that is characterised by...

Regional Covid-19 cases rise by seven, none in Snowy Valleys LGA

There have been a further seven cases of Covid-19 identified in the Murrumbidgee Local Health District (MLHD) as of 8am this morning, taking the total number of...

Harvey Norman pop-up store coming to Tumut

Renovations began at the new Harvey Norman pop-up store on Tuesday, which is scheduled to open in April. It is located next to PRD Real Estate on Wynyard Street, at...

TAFE pausing classes, except for aged care and nursing

TAFE is pausing almost all training and educational delivery starting next Monday, March 30, abiding by current coronavirus closures. Exceptions will be made for students in aged care and nursing courses.

Royal pivots to takeaway

The Royal Hotel Tumut’s licensee Greg Kabar on Wednesday, preparing for the first night of their new takeaway service. Since the government announced several closures and...

Sport

Great Glen’s flashing third in Albury Cup

Great Glen, pictured winning the Tumut Cup on February 15, was a fast-finishing third in the Albury Gold Cup.

Basketball one of the last to fall by the wayside

Tumut basketball players won't be competing anytime soon after the news that all NSW basketball competitions had to cease play immediately....

Athletes stopped in their tracks

Riley Gould, Indiana Cooper, Leyla Liaktos, Jack Gould and Jamie Gould after finding out the Australian Track and Field Championships had...

Golfers give back to local firies

Marcus Damn went close to snaring the $200 on offer in the long putt competition. In a strong...

Crane delivers

Dean Crane sends another thunderbolt down in his man of the match performance for Wyangle on Saturday. Wyangle...

Boxall and Cats land Cricket Wagga premiership

The Wagga City Cats after their second grade grand final victory over Kooringal on Saturday. They might have...

Scott named cricketer of the year

Tom Shedden hands the Elders Cup player of the year shield to worthy recipient James Scott. James Scott...

Adelong Green and Gold dismantle Commercial

Jake McLennan-Dye tried his best to keep Batlow in the contest against the Oriental Colts on Friday night. In a clinical display of 9s rugby league, the Adelong...

Cycle challenge becomes first Coronavirus casualty

There will be no Snowy Valleys Cycle Challenge after the Australian government's decision to ban non-essential gatherings of 500 or more people as an attempt to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

Wyangle back on top

Travis Curnow celebrates after catching Andrew Scott during Wyangle's victory over Coolac in Saturday's Elders Cup decider at Bull Paddock. After last winning the Tumut District Cricket Association competition...

Third time’s a charm for luckless Jack Dean

Jack Dean, who is returning from a third ACL injury, has been in good form for the Bowlie Bears in the Pub 9s. Rugby league can be a...

Cream of the crop rises to the top

Corey Wilson has been one of the best for Adelong in the 2020 Tumut Pub 9s. During rounds six and seven of the Tumut Pub 9s, some of the...