The state government has added three extra courtrooms to the Wagga Court House upgrade, after complaints from local lawyers.
The original plan didn't include any extra courtrooms.
Local lawyers say that should have been the number one priority in
Our local paralympians have shone in the world athletics championships over the weekend.
Temora's Scott Reardon won gold in a dramatic 100metre sprint.
And Wagga teenager Carly Salmon won bronze in the 200metre sprints.
Our region's Gold Trail has won a prestigious prize at the Inland NSW Tourism Awards at the weekend.
The Gold Trail is considered the state's best new product development.
It's enticing webpage and handy iphone app are what bowled over the compet
Wagga's newest hotel owner says the city's been missing out on events
because of a lack of accomodation.
The international hotel on the Sturt highway will open within the month.
East Wagga-Kooringal's got its sights on a top three finish to the Farrer league season.
The Hawks beat Marrar by 38 points.
And it wasn't the only upset this weekend.
Community groups in Wagga have won a share of $160, 000,
thanks to the council's annual grants program.
We checked in with some big winners today to see how they plan to spend the cash.
Locals are falling in behind taxi drivers calling for mercy from local parking rangers.
Wagga's taxi drivers say they're being fined because there's no where to drop off their disabled or elderly passengers.
2,000 locals have signed a petition for
A controversial penalty late in the game
has helped South City beat Cootamundra in group nine.
The Bulls won a scrappy game 26 points to 22.
Two local athletes have won medals at the International Paralympic Committee Athletic World Championships in France.July 29, 11:50 am
A 17-year-old boy has serious injuries after a brawl at a Coolamon party on Saturday night.July 29, 10:31 am
A second Wagga poker player's been chosen to sit at the table with the world's best.
One player's just arrived home from the World Poker Series in Vegas.
Another professional gambler will represent Australia in the holy grail of poker next year.
Wagga City Council says it's not abandoning the Riverside Masterplan, despite considering the diversion of funds.
Wagga residents have been charged higher rates to pay for the Riverside makeover.
But now the council wants to use some of that on the city's sports stadiums.
Wagga's Carly Salmon is racing the clock to be ready for for her next crack at a world title.
Carly's still recovering from the 100 metre final at the paralympic world championships in France.
Tonight, she's up again in the 200 metre semis.
We could soon say goodbye to those cheap travelling sales at the Wagga Showground.
The showground's been hosting retail sales for over a century.
But local retailers want the council to enforce new rules banning sales at the site.
North Wagga will welcome back grand final stars from the past 30 years as inspiration for this weekend's game.
The Saints were grand finalists in 1993, '83 and '73, and hope that's an omen for this season too.
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