Tingha may have council and ratepayer support for a merger with Inverell, but the battles not done yet.
Now they need residents from the bigger hub to stand up with open arms.
The Quirindi races went ahead today even though a giant puddle forced the track to be rated a Heavy 10.June 7, 7:39 pm
Scammers are threatening residents with lawsuits and arrest - in an attempt to steal money.June 7, 7:27 pm
A passionate plea from a local mother has thrust youth mental health into the election spotlight.June 7, 7:27 pm
Armidale Airport will soon be the main selling point for the Northern Tablelands - as a multi-million dollar transformation begins.
The construction is an effort to increase competition between major airlines and boost passenger numbers.
The traditional big breaky could be without one of its most important ingredients - as the nation suffers an egg shortage.
It's a regular scenario during the cooler months, but this time the causes are slightly different.
The best of the best have been whittled down over the past two weeks ahead of the National Cutting Horse Association Finals.
There is also a big new project in the works to take the competition to an International level.
More than 30 thousand people in the Northern Tablelands are living with arthritis.
Experts say symptoms are often worse for those in the bush.
A peak body helping arthritis sufferers is calling on the government to invest more in better care and su
One of the world's most incredible choirs will take to the stage in Tamworth tonight.
The African Children's Choir aims to empower, and the story of its performers is truly inspiring.
Unions say hundreds of meat workers are losing jobs to foreign workers and the federal government's doing nothing about it.
A rally outside the Deputy Prime Minister's electoral office today has demanded changes to industrial relations laws.
Former NRL star Dan Hunt, is spilling the beans on his fight with mental illness.
He's teamed up with Headspace, putting on a forum and speaking to school kids about the dangers of the Black Dog.
Changes to disability support staff numbers at TAFE New England are on hold following student outrage.
Management admits it's failed to clearly communicate how the changes will effect people across the network.
Australia is known across the globe for our excellence in Agriculture.
In a bid to build international relationships - 8 Chinese students have touched down in Tamworth taking part in a new Ag education program.
Hundreds turned out to watch the heavy weights in the New England go head to head on live television.
While politicians fought for supremacy - the real standouts came from members of the community.
Two Tamworth women are flexing their muscles on the national stage in the discipline of Fitness Modelling. Age is no barrier for these women as they take on some of the best body builders in Australia.June 7, 10:03 am