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Monday, 4 March 2024
The vehicle left a trail of carnage before impact.
Andrew Mangelsdorf • 1hr ago
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Two people were treated by paramedics and taken to hospital.
Andrew Mangelsdorf • 2hrs ago
Paramedics treated the five-year-old following Sunday's incident.
Andrew Mangelsdorf
Charges have been ruled out after a young boy was hit by a car near Southcity Shopping Centre on Sunday afternoon. File picture
The Wagga business have secured naming rights to the Gold Cup.
Matt Malone
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Clint and Cherie Lucas from Lucas Road Sealing celebrate their 100 Club win at Murrumbidgee Turf Club on Friday night. Picture supplied
The 28-year old woman was running on a secluded path.
Anna Houlahan
Victoria Police said the woman managed to 'fight off' the teenager. Picture Morgan Hancock
'We will be vigorously defending it in court.'
Sophia Baker • 2hrs ago
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Katies, Autograph and Crossroads owner Mosaic Brands face ACCC legal action. Picture by Simon Sturzaker.
Officers appeal for public help to find Matthew Hodges, 36.
Janet Howie
Police have released a picture of Matthew Hodges, 36, as part of the appeal to locate him. Picture supplied
A red alert for the city's major water body was issued in January.
Andrew Mangelsdorf
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Crews rushed to the scene shortly after 3.20pm on Sunday.
Andrew Mangelsdorf
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A young child has been hit by a car in a Riverina suburb on Sunday afternoon. File picture
News providers voice concerns over Meta's Facebook decision.
Acm Newsoom
There's a risk cheap weight-loss drugs will reward gluttony.
Garry Linnell
Large appetite? Image: Shutterstock
Hundreds of descendants returned to where it all began.
Andrew Mangelsdorf
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Hundreds of Carroll clan members from near and far gathered for a weekend of family fun at the Ganmain Sportsground at the weekend. Picture by Les Smith
It's time to step down for Wagga Stamp and Coin Club president Bob Edyvean.
Andrew Mangelsdorf
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Wagga Stamp and Coin Club president Bob Edyvean is stepping down from the top job due to health concerns. Picture by Les Smith
The Tin Shed Rattlers' longest standing member played his last gig after 38 years.
Emily Anderson
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The Carrathool Races brought hundreds out to the town for a punt
Cai Holroyd
Emily, Carly and Laura Everett at the Carrathool Cup. Picture by Cai Holroyd
The alarm was raised about 8.45am.
Andrew Mangelsdorf
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Vogue Polska was granted permission to use the site.
Sophie Else
Polish heritage model Olivia Jonasz pictured in Mount Buffalo's Chalet. Picture by James Davidson from Tourism North East.
Here is your first look inside the brand-new Harvest HQ
Cai Holroyd
Georgina Horton manning the bar at the launch of Harvest HQ. Picture by Cai Holroyd
Nearly 62 per cent of businesses pay men more than women.
Karen Barlow
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A man and a woman work at laptops back to back but there's a substantial gap between men's and women's pay in Australia. Picture by Elesa Kurtz
Sisters plea to say final goodbye to murdered dad.
Taylor Dodge
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The stadium was sold out in less than 20-minutes.
Tahlia Sinclair
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Eliza Maynard, 11, and Millie Warden, 11, get into the Giants spirit at Equex Centre. Picture by Les Smith
What's on
First-time event set for Wagga.
Taylor Dodge
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A Riverina mayor is backing calls for more to be done to address crime.
Taylor Dodge
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Shadow Minister for Police Paul Toole is calling on for more to be done by the Labor Government to address rural crime. Picture supplied
Andrew and Emma Sheridan estimate they've lost $70,000 in drawn-out saga.
Andrew Mangelsdorf
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Wallendbeen couple Andrew and Emma Sheridan are facing an uphill battle in keeping their Kinloch Equine business afloat amid an ongoing fight with the government. They are pictured with their two-year-old son Harry. Picture by Les Smith

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The hikers trapped overnight on the state's highest mountain.
Anna Houlahan
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The police arrived after the alleged victim messaged a friend.
Anna Houlahan
Stock image of a man's hand on a steering wheel. Picture Canva
Watch the moment a shoey was debuted at the BRIT Awards.
Anna McGuinness
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Kylie Minogue accepts the BRITs Global Icon Award and (inset) performs a shoey during the show. Pictures by James Manning/PA Wire and YouTube/BRITs
Social security payments are indexed later this month.
Anna McGuinness
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Indexation of social security payments comes into effect on March 20. Picture by Shutterstock
Four Australians are in the running at this year's awards show.
Anna McGuinness
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Oscars nominees Margot Robbie, Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling. Pictures by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP, C Flanigan/imageSPACE/Sipa USA, REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
Coolamon enter representative netball competition with style.
Tahlia Sinclair • 2hrs ago
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The young midfielder played seven AFL games for GWS last season.
Jimmy Meiklejohn
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GWS players Harry Rowston and Nick Madden were in Wagga on Thursday for an AFL Riverina clinic. Picture by Les Smith
The Wagga business have secured naming rights to the Gold Cup.
Matt Malone
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Clint and Cherie Lucas from Lucas Road Sealing celebrate their 100 Club win at Murrumbidgee Turf Club on Friday night. Picture supplied
Marrar have signed three shooters ahead of the 2024 season.
Tahlia Sinclair
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All the comings and goings for the 2024 season.
Matt Malone
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Bas Blackett is back at Brothers as they prepare for their return to the Group Nine first grade competition this year. Picture by Les Smith
The new Barellan coach was full of praise for Mangoplah-CUE.
Matt Malone
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Barellan captain Riley Irvin was a standout for the Two Blues in their opening trial game of the pre-season. Picture by Les Smith
Chloe Donelan broke the only individual record of the night.
Matt Malone
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Mater Dei Catholic College's age champions after their swimming carnival last Thursday night at Oasis Aquatic Centre. Picture supplied
Dougal Howard may miss the early part of the AFL season.
Matt Malone
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Dougal Howard
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Monday, 4 March 2024

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Relish in the outstanding lifestyle offerings of Central Wagga.
House of the Week
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2/210 Fitzmaurice Street, Wagga
More than just a home.
Feature Property
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Feature property - 9 Nellywanna Street with Fitzpatricks Real Estate
February home prices turn a corner in line with other capital cities.
Jemimah Clegg
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The high life comes with a big price tag, as these houses show.
Jemimah Clegg
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This stunning Elizabeth Bay property has sold for a reported $80 million. Pic: Supplied
He's seen a big increase on what he paid for it.
Jade Lazarevic
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Ex-Silverchair star Daniel Johns has listed one of his properties in Merewether for auction with Chasse Ede at Presence Real Estate. Picture supplied
Here is your first look inside the brand-new Harvest HQ
Cai Holroyd
First-time event set for Wagga.
Taylor Dodge
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Wagga doctors Kate Fitzgerald and Nick Stephenson are doing their bit to encourage residents to have breast and prostate cancer awareness front of mind. Picture by Taylor Dodge
Gigs, races, markets and more on the weekend agenda.
Daisy Huntly
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From Carrathool Races to and big picnics to Super Netball mania in Wagga and Griffith, this weekend has it all.
Maggie Orman has seen the mess that can be left behind.
Taylor Dodge
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Fifth-generation farmer and Wagga solicitor Maggie Orman from Orman Solicitors is passionate about helping the farming community. Picture by Les Smith
'No one was rapping in language so I thought I'd try.'
Jodie Bruton
Proud Yolngu man, artist and 2019 Young Australian of the Year, Danzal Baker OAM - known as Baker Boy - hailed from Milingimbi and Maningrida in North-East Arnhem Land. Picture supplied
Have you retired and been able to access your superannuation savings but are now considering returning to work?
Rosie Ryan
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Small, guided tours with more time to meet locals and soak up a destination are being embraced by Australian travellers seeking more authentic experiences.
A tea ceremony in Japan. Picture supplied
An exclusive tour of Tasmania, Flinders Island, and King Island.
Emma Brown
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The Nut at Stanley. Picture Shutterstock
The Red Cross buddy program supports people across the country.
Allie and Val just clicked from the moment they met. Picture supplied
It's amazing where this relaxing tour of New South Wales will take you.
Emma Brown
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CSIRO Parkes Radio Telescope. Picture Shutterstock
Compiled from the Daily Advertiser by the Wagga Wagga & District Historical Society.
Vogue Polska was granted permission to use the site.
Sophie Else
Polish heritage model Olivia Jonasz pictured in Mount Buffalo's Chalet. Picture by James Davidson from Tourism North East.
'I guessed the 29th, and here he is,' first-time dad says.
Emily Anderson
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First time father Tom Lynch correctly guessed the birth date of his son - February 29 - at their baby shower. Picture by Emily Anderson
'It can take years, but you have to keep going and not give up.'
Emily Anderson
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Ella Fitzpatrick, 22, will perform in Opera Australia's West Side Story production in Sydney. Supplied
Sarah O'Leary's campaign raises almost $30,000 in three days.
Taylor Dodge
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Sarah O'Leary is set to run her first marathon in a bid to drive funds for her two-year-old neice who was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer. Picture by Les Smith
The vehicle left a trail of carnage before impact.
Andrew Mangelsdorf • 1hr ago
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Coolamon enter representative netball competition with style.
Tahlia Sinclair • 2hrs ago
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Coolamon's under 17 and under 14 representative teams at Queanbeyan. Picture supplied
Two people were treated by paramedics and taken to hospital.
Andrew Mangelsdorf • 2hrs ago
Police closed Coolamon Road following a serious crash at Downside that left two hospitalised with serious injuries on Sunday. Picture supplied
'We will be vigorously defending it in court.'
Sophia Baker • 2hrs ago
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Katies, Autograph and Crossroads owner Mosaic Brands face ACCC legal action. Picture by Simon Sturzaker.
Paramedics treated the five-year-old following Sunday's incident.
Andrew Mangelsdorf
Charges have been ruled out after a young boy was hit by a car near Southcity Shopping Centre on Sunday afternoon. File picture
This is a chance to radically rethink news delivery in Australia.
Peter Greste
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You might use Facebook, but Facebook also uses you. It uses news too.
Michael Miller
Journalism and trusted news sources need to be discoverable and available on platforms like Facebook and media companies need to be compensated for creating the credible content that resonates with social media users and also profits the digital platforms. Picture by Getty Images
The annual ASIO threat assessment is compulsory viewing.
John Hanscombe
A moment of thanks for Mike Burgess. Picture by Eleza Kurtz
Itineraries shine a light on both local and international gems.
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From Mykonos to Norfolk in England, here's the full lowdown.
Kate Armstrong
10 windmill adventures around the world that will blow you away
Explore Roman thoroughfares and medieval alleys in Split.
Tim Richards
Fact meets Game of Thrones fantasy on this walking tour in Croatia
Be a monk for a day or fly the world's busiest airline route.
Kristie Kellahan
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New York City is romantic and exhilarating.
Enjoy a bite of the Big Apple as part of a luxurious cruise
Ice baths on Bruny Island take cold-water therapy to a wild new level.
Andrew Bain
Is this the most exhilarating wellness retreat in Australia?
If you can't decide where to go, our experts are here to help.
Amy Cooper and Mal Chenu
The islands of Thailand: Which tropical haven is right for you?
The home of rock'n'roll raises the bar on delicious dining, too.
Sue Wallace
Musical munchies: The best places to eat and drink in Memphis, Tennessee
Car Expert
Lexus' new off-roader is due in Australia mid-year, with twin-turbo petrol V6 power and a base price of $116,000 before on-roads.
William Stopford • 1hr ago
The hybrid-only Lexus LBX joins Australia as the brand's smallest model, priced from $47,550 before on-road costs.
James Wong • 1hr ago
Welcome to the CarExpert Podcast – now in video! Sean Lander hosts the panel as we talk the latest in automotive news and reviews.
James Wong • 1hr ago
Podcast: Mitsubishi Triton driven, Kia Tasman ute coming to Australia!
Kia’s upcoming EV5 has been spied testing on local roads for the first time, a handful of months before going on sale in Australia.
Jordan Mulach • 2hrs ago
2025 Kia EV5 spied testing in Australia ahead of imminent launch
Aston Martin has pushed back the launch of its first electric vehicle to 2026, becoming the latest brand to react to slowing EV demand.
Jordan Mulach
Aston Martin blames falling demand for electric car delay
The Senior
Think you're smarter than The Lightning Bolt? Find out all about the new Chaser in Australia.
Therese Murray
Proposed law changes to reduce financial elder abuse.
Eileen Wood
The Standing Council of Attorneys-General is looking into changes to financial Enduring Powers of Attorney. Picture Shutterstock
Persistence has paid off for veterans golfer Rita Gounder.
Rowan Cowley
Rita Gounder is Western Sydney Region Veteran Golf Association's ladies player of the year. Picture supplied
The Land
Dunoon Angus' autumn bull sale was pleasing with a strong clearance rate.
Alexandra Bernard • 45m ago
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A woman has been flown to hospital after sustaining a number of injuries in a horse riding accident.
Ben Jaffrey • 1hr ago
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The woman was flown to John Hunter Hospital in Newcastle. File picture
Buyers were chasing bulls with good carcase qualities.
Helen Decosta • 1hr ago
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Top-priced bull, Keiross Turbo Charged T6, purchased by Baramein Pastoral Company, Wagga Wagga for $10,000. Photo supplied.
Give your surplus produce to friends or a charity that feeds people.
Jackie French
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Benefits of the building designer living in the completed home.
The design takes the sun into account, with pitched rooflines stategically capturing the winter sun while providing shade from harsh summer rays. Photographs by Jade Cantwell
Landscaper Adam Robinson identifies 4 themes for Australian homes
Adam Robinson says the colour palette for living/dining areas in the Arid design style embraces sandy earth tones. Picture from Caesarstone