New pin recognising RFS Indigenous volunteers

The contribution Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander volunteers make to the NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS) will be highlighted with a new Indigenous pin. Minister...

Blue-green algae red alerts for Burrinjuck

A red alert level warning (high alert) for blue-green algae has been issued for Burrinjuck Dam (at the dam wall, Burrinjuck Waters State Park...

COVID-19 testing and booster availability

The Murrumbidgee Primary Health Network (MPHN) continues to work with the region’s general practices, pharmacies and general practice respiratory clinics to support the timely...

Snowy Valleys looking at rates rise

Neighbouring Snowy Valleys Council is looking at a rates hike of 35.95 per cent to help the council out of a deep financial hole.  The...

Land values increase amid growing interest in regional locations

Residential land values in the Cootamundra-Gundagai local government area have increased 20 per cent, with NSW Valuer General, Dr David Parker, saying growing interest...

Booster doses brought forward

From today, State-run vaccination clinics will begin offering COVID-19 booster vaccinations three months after people have received their second dose. The change from a four-month...

Vandalism wasting ratepayer dollars

Local ratepayers’ money is being used to clean up senseless acts of vandalism in Cootamundra. The council’s parks and gardens teams say they are dismayed...

Ghost tours a hit at old gaol

Gundagai’s latest tourist offering, ghost tours at the Old Gundagai Gaol, is proving to be very popular with the general public as people line...

Community members receive Oz Day honours

Eleven of Gundagai’s finest citizens will join Citizen of the Year Bob Lindley in receiving community honours as residents celebrate Australia Day in Carberry...

Gundagai family’s account of their COVID journey

A Gundagai family has shared their experience of being diagnosed with the COVID-19 virus and their journey throughout, in the hope that it may...