If you had to reach for an extra jacket this morning you weren't alone.
The region shivered through its first sign of Winter today but luckily for some it's not expected to last.
There's a chance we could be heading back to the polls for a fresh state election.
19,000 people who voted online last month were given flawed Upper House ballot sheets.
PRIME7's State Political Reporter Kathleen Curry explains.
Northern Tablelands MP Adam Marshall is renewing calls for daylight saving to be reduced from six months to four.
He'll take the push to the state's new parliament next month.
The Rerserve Bank has kept interest rates on hold at 2.25% for the second consecutive month.
But financial experts say it won't stay that way for long.
Good Evening - Thieves have been caught on camera as they raided a Tamworth motorcycle store.
Police already have some leads but are calling on the public for more information.
It's easy to eat badly, but now it seems we're getting confused as too what "healthy" eating is.
Conflicting nutritional advice has one in three people not knowing what is actually good for them.
The 2015 Central North Rugby season kicks off this weekend.
Cross town rivals Pirates and Magpies have been in training for months and have both set some high goals.
More than 4000 cattle will go under the hammer at the Tamworth Saleyards on Friday - for the annual Weaner Challenge and Feature Sale.
It's been a tough season for producers, but many are hoping for a silver lining when the hammer falls.
Willow Tree residents were left high and dry this morning after a broken pipe drained the town's water supply.
The leak was found and water restored mid morning but Council says it could be days before the supply is back to normal.
The life of a farmer isn't an easy one but some kids dream of nothing else.
And they're not just country kids.
Universities say there's a growing number of city kids keen to give farming a go.
An Inverell body sculptor is on the verge of going pro.
Yvette Brown is winning gold, has a new coach and the driving support from home to take it all the way.
When Tamworth's tennis courts were deemed unsafe for play, Inverell was more than happy to host the annual Easter tournament.
It was a huge success, but unusual heavy rains caused havoc for match scheduling.
Former Tamworth bowler Nathan Wise has taken out the singles title at the City Bowling Club's Easter Carnival.
Now playing for Dubbo - Wise had a convincing win over Wagga's David Ferguson.
The hills of Nundle came alive with the sound of traditional Chinese music over the weekend as thousands celebrated the town's rich history.
The 18th annual Go for Gold Festival went off with a bang - the miserable weather didn't dampen the spirit
Good Evening -
From drought to flooding, the region has both extremes.
Some farmers are celebrating heavy rainfall over the Easter long weekend - But unfortunately it didn't reach everyone.