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  • Fires burn more then 20 000 hectares (video)

    Fire fighters have doubled their efforts at three fires burning in the Pilliga south west of Narrabri.

    March 9, 6:39 pm
  • A helping hand for country families (video)

    Country families are being given the city treatment,
    Thanks to one organisation that's going above and beyond to close the gap in access to specialist health services.
    You're about to meet one Tamworth family who's life has been touched by Royal Fa

    March 9, 6:39 pm
  • Does work stress you out? (video)

    It costs Australia around 15 billion dollars a year- workplace stress is both a productivity and personal problem.
    But researchers are now working on a clinical trial - to see if relieving the issue could be a simple- as taking vitamin B.

    March 9, 6:39 pm
  • Restrictions tighten for Murrurundi (video)

    As of midnight Murrurundi residents will be on level two water restrictions.
    While the restrictions aren't too drastic now, the prospect of a dry winter ahead could mean a long year of water woes for the town.

    March 9, 6:39 pm
  • Should we ban plastic bags? (video)

    The Federal Environment Minister's looking to ban plastic bags to reduce their impact on the environment.
    Locally, businesses say they do all they can - but plastic bags are still a necessity.

    March 9, 6:39 pm
  • Does work stress you out? (video)

    It costs Australia around 15 billion dollars a year- workplace stress is both a productivity and personal problem.
    But researchers are now working on a clinical trial- to see if relieving the issue could be a simple- as taking vitamin B.

    March 9, 3:03 pm
  • Riding for Kids - Royal Far West.

    Could you ride 500km all in the name of charity? It's exactly what Royal Far West Business Director Richard Colibran is doing.

    March 9, 12:47 pm
  • A big weekend of tennis (video)

    This weekend some of the most competitive tennis players in the nation will come to the North West.
    The annual Inverell tennis tournament is more important to the local community than many realise.

    March 6, 7:03 pm
  • More carers needed (video)

    We're often being called on to help save the lives of puppies and kittens,
    But now some of our native animals are in need of help.
    WIRES is in desperate need of carers for some of our very cute Aussie friends.

    March 6, 7:03 pm
  • Moonbi horse sports (video)

    Students from around the region have saddled up in Moonbi - to put their riding skills to the test,
    For the annual school horse sports day.

    March 6, 7:03 pm
  • Are we prepared for population growth (video)

    The report card is in.
    In 30 years regional NSW will struggle to meet growing demands, unless action is taken now.
    It comes after an intergenerational study which forecasts Australia's population to double, while we live longer and pay more.

    March 6, 7:03 pm
  • An inspiration to others (video)

    One of Australia's first transplant recipients Fiona Coote is back home to celebrate International Women's Day.
    The former Manilla girl is a guest speaker at an event tonight - to recognise and inspire local women.

    March 6, 6:39 pm
  • The "Bystander" effect (video)

    You know the number - but the startling reality is - the larger the emergency - the greater the chance is that people WON'T dial triple zero.
    It's known as the bystander effect.
    And as you'll see - firefighters believe it cost one town four Ambulan

    March 6, 6:39 pm
  • Ratepayers want a new CBD plan (video)

    Inverell ratepayers are stepping up the pressure on council to revoke parts of a plan to revamp the CBD.
    Council has invited the group to sit down for talks, but say it's unlikely the plan will be changed.

    March 6, 6:27 pm
  • Fires in the Pilliga (video)

    Good evening.
    Firefighters are continuing to battle three fires burning in the Pilliga State Forest.
    They're working against the clock - with conditions expected to get worse in the next 24 hours.

    March 6, 6:27 pm

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