Budding young filmmakers are learning skills that might set them up for a crack at Hollywood.
It's still school holidays, but at Cowra, film school's in session.
A seven-year battle continues over a narrow stretch of road in suburban Wagga.
Urana Street residents are angry at Wagga Council about a plan to put in parking bays.
They say the current plan doesn't fix the problem and it's still unsafe for drivers.
Superboat star Slade Stanley's defence of his world title is on shaky ground but he will make it. He just finished rebuilding his wrecked boat.
It's on its way to New Zealand untested and untried, but Slade's sure it'll be right when the pressure is on.
A professional horse breaker is showing young riders at Tumbarumba the ropes.
Tumut's Morgan Webb is a former pony clubber himself and is sharing his expertise for the first time at this year's camp.
Coolamon's retailers are looking for answers to stem the number of local shops closing down.
Shop owners have seen a decline in sales across the board and believe Coolamon needs more variety of shops to stop shoppers driving on to Wagga.
A suburban Wagga butcher has been able to snag a deal with a supermarket chain.
Supermarkets often source meat in bulk from big suppliers.
But the Lake Village Butchery has convinced Foodworks to shop local too.
Cootamundra's junior rep cricket side is out to break a 10-year drought next week. It's always an uphill battle against Bowral in the Bradman Letter each year.
But a gun batsman and a few handy bowlers might change that in 2012.
Wagga rep cricket side will come out bats blazing for the year's first O'Farrell Cup challenge.
Wagga currently hold the cup.
But it's up for grabs, and Griffith's the first to challenge.
Wagga's not only home to Australia's best burnout driver,
It's also home to the best sailor in the paper tiger category.
Garry Williams is the oldest person ever to win a national title in this event.
A bunch of Tumbarumba blokes are putting the finishing touches on a $70,000 shed.
While most local mensheds groups make do with whatever they can find.
Tumba's community has pitched in to make their local menshed the envy of the region.
A Wagga driver's pulled off the biggest burnout of his life at the weekend.
Donny Elphick is the current Summernats Grand Champion.
Just wait til you see him go.
The Young skatepark continues to cause controversy.
The fundraising committee's $50,000 short.
And now the shire council's trying to fill the gap.
The smoking tyres and roaring engines of Summernats have been muffled by a Wagga uni lecturer.
Mark Macleod says it's teaching kids that it's cool to be reckless behind the wheel.
Local motorsport identities say that's nonsense.
Police have charged a Wagga man they say armed himself with a metal bar in a case of road rage..
After seeing last night's Prime7 News story a 23-year-old male turned himself in at Wagga police station.
Here's something you don't see everyday - Ponies playing soccer.
It's happening at Tumba's Pony Club Camp for the first time.
And riders are really getting into horse football, or maybe that should be "hoof ball".
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