An amazing story of a mum and bub who survived a stressful birth in the middle of this month's flood disaster near Wagga Wagga in southern NSW.
Rebecca Swift went into labour on a bus while being evacuated from her flooded home.
If you've ever met a Harley Davidson owner - you'll know they're a pretty passionate breed.
More than 500 HOGs - as they're called - made their way to Bathurst to show off their gear and thunder down that iconic Bathurst mountain.
Ever wondered if you could hack into someone else's computer?
Well, a group of local uni students will be doing just that .
It's all part of national competition.
Temora has a new claim to fame - a bunch of rocks. Scientists have started a new experiment on the 417 million year old boulders.March 25, 12:00 am
The Bald Archies are back and this time they're at the Old Gundagai Gaol.
This year's art competition is poking fun at a few pollies.
Premium hops were hand-picked at Myrtleford to make one of Australia's most luxurious beers.
The Crown Ambassador reserve lager is hand crafted and uses galaxy hops from the region to create the prestigious brew.
In 1912, two men and their mascot dog made history as the first to drive across Australia by car.
Now a century later, it's happening again. The test this time - if the veteran cars 100 years on can handle the distance.
Living in the country, chances are most of us have a ute.
For many men, it's their most prized possession, their favourite toy to show off to mates.
But come to Condobolin, and you'll find utes like nothing you've ever seen before.
A highly toxic weed has been found in Wagga, far from South America where it belongs.
It's got the potential to devastate the local environment.
Weird things happen in our outback. But this is one of the weirdest we've seen in a while. Eight men going cross country in a lawn mower.March 16, 8:00 pm
On Monday, the Sydney Harbour Bridge will celebrate its 80th anniversary. Over those eight decades, millions have driven over it, walked across it and climbed over it.
But very few can claim to have been born on it.
A forklift driver desperate for a job is camped on the Lincoln Causeway with a sign saying he's available for work.
Brett Boxall says is fully qualified and has all the relevant licences but simply can't find a permanent job.
New phone books are on the way out to homes and businesses across the North West.
But a new compact design has sparked criticism Sensis has gone 'too small'.
Here's something you don't see every day, especially in our outback.
Men in Pink Tights is ballet with a twist. But you'll never guess where the international performers decided to have their world premiere.
A woman from Tooma in southern NSW is pressing for a record with a difference.
Jan Hastings wants to break the Guinness World Record for marathon ironing.
To do it, she'll have to iron clothes for 76 hours straight.
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