Community mourns the passing of gentleman Joe

Gundagai is mourning the death of a community legend with the passing of Harold Joseph (Joe) Reardon OAM. Joe passed away at the Gundagai MPS on...

Mick celebrates 100th birthday

One of Gundagai’s favourite sons, Mick Heydon, celebrated an incredible milestone with a big gathering of family and friends when he marked his 100th birthday on...

RSL celebrates a century of service

When asked what the Gundagai RSL Sub-branch has done in and for Gundagai, president Jim Sharman sums it up with one word – service. The Sub-branch...

Start of school life for our littlest citizens

Settling in well to school life and finding their way around 'big school' has been fun for the 33 new kindergarten students in the...

Local men’s shed paving the way for inclusiveness

The Gundagai Men's Shed is hoping to attract new members by opening up on Saturday mornings in order to cater for those who would like...

High school art work highly praised

As communities celebrate NAIDOC Week this week, ten schools from across the Riverina have taken part in an Aboriginal art competition, with Mount Austin High School...

Council updated on projects across local government area

Ahead of their ordinary meeting at Cootamundra on Tuesday, Cootamundra-Gundagai Regional Council (CGRC) were shown a presentation which gave them a visual update on the status...

Back to the polls for federal election

It's back to the polls this Saturday for Gundagai voters to elect their federal member of parliament. Incumbent, Nationals' leader and Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack will...

Councillors in talks with LGNSW president

The president of Local Government New South Wales (LGNSW), Cr Linda Scott, was in Cootamundra last week where she met with mayor Abb McAlister and local...

McCormack wins back Gundagai voters

Nationals’ candidate Michael McCormack has stormed home to retain his federal seat of Riverina, securing his fourth term in parliament after Saturday’s election. Mr McCormack won the...