City support for demergers heightens local hopes

Residents of Sydney’s Inner West Council are voting in favour of a demerger, fuelling the hopes of Gundagai Council in Exile that the State...

Business bounces back in Sheridan Street

Gundagai’s main street is back to its bustling best as local business owners embrace the end of border closures and lockdowns and look towards...

Council seeking solution for road into Tuckerbox

Federal Member for Riverina Michael McCormack was in Gundagai to see how a number of council projects, supported through Federal Government funding initiatives, are...

Another year of giving for hospital auxiliary

The Gundagai Hospital Ladies Auxiliary came together for their end of year meeting this week, where a number of awards were presented for long...

Miss Stacey honoured with high achiever award

Gundagai Preschool director Stacey Smith’s dedication to the early childhood education sector has recently earned her the 2021 Early Childhood Australia NSW Riverina Branch...

Former councillors lead election race

Former Cootamundra-Gundagai councillors Abb McAlister, Charlie Sheahan and Gil Kelly are on track to be re-elected as counting continues in the local government election. As...

Youth hit the sheds to tackle shearer shortage

A keen group of young people have flocked to the shed at ‘Weatherall’ this week to learn how to shear as the industry grapples...

Gocup farm fetches $12.2 million

Kimball, a 362.74-hectare (896-acre) property five kilometres north of the Tumut township on Gocup Road, sold under the hammer for $12.2 million at the...

Keeping history alive for those that were lost

A very special monument was unveiled at the Gundagai common on Saturday, in memory of those who lost their lives at the Rose Inn...

Passing of a Gundagai legend

A great community man, Barry Luff will be missed. Gundagai is mourning the loss of one of its most beloved residents with the passing of...