Fresh from one overseas tour and off to another.
High School Student Bevan French is gearing up to take on Europe in the Indigenous School Boys Rugby Side.
North Armidale Redmen remain on top in the Northern Inland Premier League - after beating Gunnedah United for their sixth straight win.
Tamworth, South Armidale and Moree are battling it out for third, after the weekend's results.
A female shearing instructor wants more women to become shearers.
She's giving women a strong voice in what's been a male dominated industry for long enough.
The roads minister hasn't ruled out raising the speed limit on some regional highways to 120 kilometres.
But admits a lot of work would need to be done on our roads first.
Safety experts say any idea to raise speeds is ridiculous and will only resu
Deciding what to do after school can be a daunting prospect.
Now students are armed with all the tools to make an educated decision - and it's right at their fingertips.
Amalgamation has been a hot topic for councils, in the wake of a Local Government Review.
Councils have had a chance to hear from the review panel and pitch their plan to strengthen local government.
Local central schools fear a unique H-S-C program will be the next casualty in cuts to education.
The Ashford Community have vowed to fight for a guarantee the vital service will go untouched.
New data released by Southern Cross University has found a decrease in the number of Australians gambling.
15 thousand people surveyed, recorded a drop in gambling activity.
But the study also found a concerning spike in the number of "online" gamb
Generous Warialda locals are donating their time and machinery to fast track an expansion to an aged care facility.
The project will provide a dedicated dementia wing - a cause close to the hearts of many.
Moree continue to show no signs of easing up the pressure in Central North Rugby.
The Bulls accounted for Gunnedah by 41 points.
Pushing the Red Devils outside the top four.
The North Coast AFL has claimed bragging right's over their inland counterparts, after the weekend's interleague match.
Tamworth AFL came out firing, but it wasn't enough to overcome the home side.
There were eight races on the card at the Quirindi Jockey Club today - but no horses.
Instead, nearly 600 primary students took to the course for the diocesan cross country.
The Moree Boomerangs have taken a share of top spot on the Group 19 ladder.
They sit second by goal difference to Glen Innes.
After the Rangs ran in nine tries against Armidale.
The community's voice will be lost if new planning reforms get approved.
That's according to some industry experts who attended a community forum at NSW parliament today.
A new poll by the resources industry shows Tony Windsor could retain the New England seat this federal election.
The results show he would win with 49 per cent of the primary vote, compared with 38 per cent for Nationals candidate, Barnaby Joyce.