The first seven kilometres of pipe has been laid for the Barraba Pipeline.
Work has started on the Split Rock Dam side - and crews are slowly making their way to Barraba.
Hundreds of people from around the world have gathered in New South Wales for the first ever National Koala Conference.
The meeting is aimed at addressing the sharp decline in Koala numbers.
The Daft Punk Album Launch in Wee Waa has made history.
And while the band wasn't actually there, local revellers say it was the best dance party the North West has ever seen.
There's a push to allow childcare centres to refuse children who aren't vaccinated.
Some parents are all for it while others say they shouldn't be forced to immunise.
Troubled teenagers from Gunnedah and Tamworth have accepted the Trelawney challenge.
A new project's underway at Somerton - aiming to help them get back on track.
Jake Hartmann fulfilled a dream when he ran onto AAMI Park.
The Fullback wore the New South Wales Country Under 20s jumper in a Melbourne Rebels curtain raiser.
On Sunday, he and Jack Barker will once again wear the Colts jersey.
A shift to the Northern Conference hasn't worried Premier League side Moree FC.
Four wins from six has them well placed early in the season.
As they aim to knock off two Gunnedah sides in two weeks.
A great grandmother has marked her 80th birthday by going sky-high.
Elizabeth Hingston says she's not really a dare-devil.
But today got the thrill of her life - sky diving for the first time.
Health professionals are talking up the perks of working in regional areas.
They're hoping to convince young doctors to practice in the bush.
Primary Industries Minister Katrina Hodgkinson has officially opened the Quipolly Dam upgrade.
But Council's attention is already turning to stage two.
Which will see the water supply to several towns secured from drought.
First tonight - Worldwide attention is on Wee Waa tonight - for the global launch party of Daft Punk's new album at the annual show.
Despite an early leak of the record - and the absence of the band - thousands have made their way to town for the ev
Its a sad fact - but much of the crime in Tamworth is committed by young people.
Some say its time to crack down with harsher punishments.
But youth workers say that will only make things worse.
There's new hope for farmers, as the Aussie dollar plummets.
The high dollar has been blamed for a slump in food exports as producers struggle to compete with cheaper imports.
Now it's falling - but analysts can't say how long the lower dollar will
A local Riding for Disabled group is in desperate need of volunteers.
The Gunnedah branch relies heavily on students to help - but now it needs more adults to lend a hand.
Reserve grade has already been scratched.
Now the Moree Boars Rugby League Club is fighting to keep first grade.
As low player numbers begin to take their toll.