A woman's given birth in a car on the side of the Pacific Highway, near Coffs Harbour on the NSW north coast.
Ambulance officers were on the scene within minutes, but baby Isabella was not prepared to wait.
Dozens of tiny choppers are whizzing through the skies near Wagga
as part of an annual meet for remote control helicopter pilots.
Just wait til you see the stunts they master..
Border homes and businesses are under siege from countless black field crickets. The insect population has exploded across the border and north east and while they're a nuisance in town, there are fears the crickets could become a major headache for farmers.February 23, 8:00 pm
Wagga's Mayor hopes the City can ride off the success of some local artists who paint with their paws.
Thanks to some cats walking across a canvas, Wagga's being talked about around the world.
Dubbo's Peter Muller has returned from one of the toughest ultra marathon races in the world, the Yukon Arctic.
The 63 year-old pulled a sled more than 130 kilometres and battled temperatures as low as minus 39 degrees.. before frostbite set in.
A Wagga business was taken over by millions of crickets.
The pesky bugs crawled all through Alco Batteries.
But didn't seem to fancy hanging out at any other businesses on Pearson Street.
Two workers travelling through Urunga on the NSW north coast narrowly escaped almost certain death after a lightning bolt struck right next to their vehicle. The passenger was filming the storm and managed to capture nature in all its fury.February 22, 8:00 pm
A Tumbarumba man who's revolutionised wild dog control in our region is sharing his secrets with farmers right around Australia.
Mark Goldspink has stopped wild dogs from killing stock around Tumba for eight years straight.
An alert dog helped to stop a suspicious boat fire in Albury spreading to homes.
The cabin cruiser exploded into flames in the middle of the night - while parked in the owner's driveway.
A teenage boy who fell 40 metres down a cliff, and survived, says he'd climb it again.
Michael Muller says it was God who saved him.
A brand new bunch of animals on bikes are gracing our streets from Molong to Dubbo.
There's now more than 100 of these quirky contraptions out and about and they're settling into life out here pretty well.
A supermarket chain says an idea that's supposed to help problem drinkers is too hard and too expensive. One country town wants card identification scanners installed so staff at licensed venues know whether or not a person's allowed to buy alcohol.February 16, 12:00 am
A painting done by a cat in Wagga, southern NSW, has sold for $970.
Local abandoned cats are making a mark for themselves in what experts call "non-primate art".
Starlings have been causing headaches in Dubbo for years.
There's thousands of them.
Soon there'll be a few thousand less.
A musical grandmother, whose percussion talents threw her into the spotlight 4 years ago, is back. Deb "Spoons" Perry has taken her talent of playing the utensils to amazing heights and now teaches others her tricks.February 15, 12:00 am
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