Two of Wagga cricket's winless teams are in a scrap for points this weekend.
Kooringal has the upper hand heading into day 2.
But the Bulldogs are up for the fight.
A musical about a gnome, could be the region's latest way to uncover new talent.
Gnome Alone finishes its short season on Friday night.
The creator agrees it's an odd idea, but the performance speaks for itself.
It was a time when men volunteered to defend Australia,
beginning with a march from Wagga.
For the centenary of World War One.. the Kangaroo March will be re-enacted.
And locals are starting preparations early.
Our farmers have had it rough this season.
The frosts really gave them a kick.
But now it seems the weather has turned around and is providing them with perfect harvest conditions.
The Harden Library's been made over, thanks to a government grant.
It's now double the size.
But what's interesting is the little bit of hidden history they found during construction.
One of Wagga's longest serving nurses has retired.
Marg Dennis has worked at the Wagga Base Hospital for 44 years.
She's regarded as one of the best nurses in regional Australia
Marg's worked in almost every area of the hospital including 12 ye
Local softball players will learn from one of the state's best this weekend.
State pitcher Ali Edgtton will come to French Fields on Saturday.
Local pitchers will grab some advice from the top pitcher tomorrow.
Junior and senior players are all be
One of Wagga's veteran doctors has called for more progress in mental health.
Dr Patrick Renshaw's been recognised as one of the best doctors in New South Wales.
But he's says there's so much more work to do.
The town of Stockinbingal has escaped disaster by a matter of metres.
A grass fire was sent roaring towards the town, thanks to a dramatic wind change, just as we went to air on Wednesday night.
But a combination of firefighters, waterbombers and t
The competition lead is up for grabs in this weekend's softball action.
It's first vs second - Kooringal against South Wagga.
And Turvey Park's nipping at their heels.
A horse owner in a legal tug of war is confident she'll win.
Tumut Shire Council wants the horse gone from Kathy Pope's Batlow backyard.
The court's been deliberating for a week, but Kathy believes no news is good news.
Almost half of Australia's drownings happen inland.
A Wagga man's on a misson to change that.
He's invented a special machine to simulate a current, while cutting back the risk.
Christmas - it's that time of year most of us worry about eating too much.
But some people worry about not eating anything.
A local charity organisation has started working on making sure there's enough for everyone.
Local rugby star Alicia Quirk looks certain to be our region's newest Olympian.
She's just helped Australia to a win in the Dubai Sevens competition.
Now she's returned home before preparation begins for Rio 2016.
A suicide prevention concert is shaping up to be something big in Coolamon.
The concert, set down for March, now has a title - it will be called 'Music 4 Mates'
Twenty-two-year-old Kaarin Edyvean's organising the event in memory of her Uncle and b