Hundreds of mourners have gathered to say goodbye to a Wagga teen killed in a skateboard accident.
17 year old Lachy Burgess died outside his school last week.
Today it his mates said their last farewell.
A review of umpiring in local aussie rules has finally been acted on.
Southern NSW AFL managers have put on a new staff member to improve the quality of umpires in our local competitions.
His first step is targetting under 17 competitions as a tra
A plan to put recycled water on Coolamon's parks and gardens has gone into limbo.
Coolamon Council's still waiting on the Federal government to approve funding for a recycled sewage system.
But the delay in a decision has put the pressure on the Sh
Junee Harness Racing Club has challenged the city slickers to a harness racing contest.
The Australia Day trotting meet's been dubbed a city versus country challenge.
It's the first time in 30 years the Junee club's tried something like this.
A former Australian cricketer says technique is a big weakness for our junior bowlers. Mick Lewis played seven one-dayers for Australia, and has spent the day training Wagga's young cricketers. And he knows exactly what needs to improve.January 24, 6:23 pm
Three Wagga track cyclists have won silver medals at the state titles.
Wagga's Saxon Hodges set the standard with his podium finish, two weekends ago.
But now his team mates have replied, with ripping rides of their own.
A well loved Wagga pub will get a new life, looking after local men.
The Red Lion Hotel is about to be demolished.
But the bricks will be put together again around the Wagga mens shed's new club room.
A 10 month old steer is helping find a cure for cancer.
The Murray Grey Society will auction the steer to raise money for prostate cancer.
One of the men involved in the campaign has just been diagnosed with the cancer himself.
A new water treatment plant's fixed a 60-year-old problem at Tumbarumba.
Gone are the days of smelly, murky tap water.
Now Tumba's got quality water, and finally, a decent cup of tea.
A man who survived a vicious dog attack in Junee in southern NSW says it was kill or be killed when he was set upon by a stag hound more than one metre tall.January 24, 6:11 pm
A huge fire's ripped through 2 million kilos of paper at Tumut's Visy Mill.
The blaze will cost Visy hundreds of thousands of dollars, stock losses and clean-up costs.
But it could have been much worse.
Wagga's held its most successful gymkhana event ever.
A record number of riders, both young and old took part in various competitions.
It's a good sign for a club trying to gain more supporters.
The Sturt Highway has been named as one of the most crash-prone highways in Australia.
A study by Australia's motoring groups found crashes on the Sturt Highway are increasing.
And it's particularly bad east of Wagga.
Work has begun on the new Wagga Base Hospital car park.
There'll be 136 new parks - almost double what's there now.
But many locals still don't believe it's enough.
Wagga has held onto the O'Farrell Cup, after making light work of Griffith in the cup's first challenge.
Wagga bowled the visitors out for 141 runs and then chased down that total with four wickets in hand.