It's the 100 kilometre journey that tested Australian soliders in World War Two,
Now, 13 students from Tumbarumba High have returned to tell THEIR Kokoda tale.
We sat down with the team of twenty who all describe the trip as life changing.
Lake Albert meets Cootamundra in this weekend's Pascoe Cup action.
Coota's just one draw from their first five games.
But the Sharks say they won't be taking the Strikers lightly.
An antiques store that's traded in the same spot for more than 40 years will soon be torn down,
Wigg's Antiques will make way for another big liquor outlet.
The husband-and-wife team say the new generation of shoppers simply can't sustain the busin
Teams in the Riverina Football League are already getting nervous about finals, with 13 rounds still to go.
Collingullie takes on Griffith in this weekend's match of the round.
But it's not the only local game that has a lot riding on it.
The Rock Yerong Creek says it's not thinking of revenge
ahead of their Grand Final rematch with Temora this week.
It's the match-of-the-round in Farrer league this weekend.
A coroner's called for CCTV cameras in the back of every police van, following a Wagga man's death in custody.
37 year old Jason Plum shot himself in the back of a paddy wagon in August 2011.
CCTV is just one of the coroner's recommendations.
A Wagga group home for young disabled adults continues to grow
Northcott's Lake Haven house today celebrated a year since it first opened,
Residents say they now have a new chance at living.
Brett Wendt will be the Ace in the Pack this weekend,
when the CSU Reddies take on arch-rivals Ag College.
Brett's a winger, who also plays soccer for Tolland,
says he's looking forward to the challenge.
It's not every day you see your boss swinging from a high rope,
but that's exactly what was happening at the Kapooka Army Base today.
It's called the VIP challenge, where big bosses come out to see what it's like to be in the army.
Batlow apple growers are now getting 60 per cent more for fruit that was previously unusable.
That's thanks to the growing demand for alcoholic cider.
This season, the region's tripled its juicing production by making use of damaged fruit.
Local councils say they're sure mergers are not in their ratepayers' best interest, despite a lack of local support.
Leeton and Narrandera councils held a pubic forum to discuss the recommended amalgamation.
But despite the small crowd, the council
Well the federal budget's in and there were no big ticket items for our local region.
Treasurer Wayne Swan outlined the nation's financial plan for the next decade.
And to fund disability care and education reform, there were big cuts right across
He's six-foot four with a monster serve,
and a dynamite two-handed back hand.
18 year old Sebastian Wrobel (Ro-bell) will fly the flag for Wagga at a top tournament this weekend.
Local history buffs are hoping to unlock some of the secrets of the Old Gundagai Gaol.
The committee trusted with its upkeep has made some changes, to get some more funding.
Wagga's go-karting drivers have taken advantage of their home turf.
Locals notched up plenty of wins in Round 2 of Southern Star Series.