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Monday, 22 April 2024
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Emergency services called to crash involving one of their own.
Talia Pattison • 1hr ago
A different look at the second round of the Riverina League.
Jimmy Meiklejohn • 2hrs ago
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Regional NSW kids are waiting up to six years for services.
Carla Mascarenhas
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Dan Berryman and son Charlie. Picture: Les Smith
The probe will have the power to subpoena and compel witnesses.
Andrew Mangelsdorf
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Wagga-based MLC Wes Fang confirmed on Friday there will be an inquiry following the discovery of a mass grave of horse carcasses on a property near the city. File picture
'The balance of power has switched back to the big cities.'
Jemimah Clegg
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More than half of the 110 suburbs and towns highlighted as strong investment prospects had median house or unit prices of less than $600,000. Pic: Supplied
Erin Patterson is 'content to wait' in prison.
Anna Houlahan • 2hrs ago
Erin Patterson talks to reporters outside her home on August 7, 2023. Heather Wilkinson, Don and Gail Patterson (pictured) died days earlier while Ian WIlkinson (bottom right) recovered from a liver tranplant in hospital. Pictures Supplied/Nine News
The American was performing as part of the comedy festival.
Anna McGuinness • 2hrs ago
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American comedian Arj Barker asked a woman with a baby to leave his performance in Melbourne on April 20. Picture by AAP Image/Brendon Thorne
Paediatrician joins fight for kids to get support closer to home.
Andrew Mangelsdorf
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Wagga paediatrician Theresa Pitts is campaigning for a Royal Far West charity paediatric clinic to be established in the city. Picture by Les Smith
Police kept busy by domestic violence and mental health incidents.
Taylor Dodge
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Father and son raising mental health awareness.
Taylor Dodge
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Wagga's Rhys Chan and five-year-old son Lucas Chan are raising funds and awareness for mental health. Picture by Bernard Humphreys
Market atmosphere keeping businesses in full swing.
Taylor Dodge
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It wasn't the return to first grade Brothers were hoping for.
Matt Malone
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Kangaroos centre Jake Mascini looks to break through the Brothers defence in the Group Nine game at Equex Centre on Saturday. Mascini crossed for four tries on the day. Picture by Bernard Humphries
Kieran Emery proves the match-winner with a six-goal haul.
Matt Malone
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East Wagga-Kooringal interim coach Luke Gerhard and defender Max Tiernan do their best to stop Marrar forward Kieran Emery in Saturday's Farrer League game at Gumly Oval. Picture by Bernard Humphreys
See all the scores from around the grounds.
Matt Malone
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Updates from around the grounds on another busy weekend.
Daily Advertiser
Live coverage: April 20-21 weekend sport blog
The great of the game lived there from the age of three to 15.
Briannah Devlin
A 38-year-old has been charged and will face court on Saturday.
Talia Pattison
The man was refused bail overnight and will appear by audio visual link in Wagga Bail Court on Saturday, April 20.
The region is set to see a marked increase in locations.
Andrew Mangelsdorf
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Wagga motorist Alan Case. Picture by Les Smith
Also: Wagga Gold Cup should be broadcast on TV for all to see.
Letters
One letter-writer is wondering if Wagga City Council has stumbled over an new way to slow drivers down at intersections - potholes. File picture
A series of nightscapes painted near Wagga will be on show.
Andrew Mangelsdorf
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Ben Merrills will follow in his family's footsteps.
Matt Malone
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The Rock-Yerong Creek 15-year-old Ben Merrills will make his first grade debut on Saturday. Picture by Bernard Humphreys
A look inside at the work Brothers have done to get back on field
Matt Malone
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Row over park heats up as RSL president, KC weigh in.
Ted Howes
Ex-submariner veterans Michael White and Terry Roach visit the Commander Holbrook Memorial Park on Thursday, 24 hours before their meeting with the owners of the supermarket across the road. Picture by Mark Jesser
Unique items will be auctioned off for charity.
Taylor Dodge
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Riverina Ford Owners Club President Raewyn Gilchrist reveals just a portion of the many unique items the club will auction off for charity. Picture by Les Smith

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Five people remain in hospital more than a week after the attack.
Karen Barlow, Peter Angelopoulos, Ayden Dawkins, Lucinda Garbutt-Young, Anna McGuinness
'Someone in the community knows who they are.'
Anna McGuinness
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Some of the men police are seeking to identify as part of Strike Force Dribs investigating the Wakeley riot on April 15. Pictures supplied by NSW Police
Regional NSW kids are waiting up to six years for services.
Carla Mascarenhas
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Dan Berryman and son Charlie. Picture: Les Smith
'The most relevant today than it has ever been.'
Emily Anderson
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Each year, 100-year-old Ruth Phillips travels to Melbourne from her Northern NSW home in Gleniffer to celebrate the Jewish festival Passover. Picture supplied
The alleged mules are facing life imprisonment.
Anna Houlahan
Alleged mules arrested at Melbourne Airport. Picture supplied
Albury had a dominating performance in the final over Hanwood.
Tahlia Sinclair • 36m ago
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Waratahs had another dominant performance this weekend.
Tahlia Sinclair • 1hr ago
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Vanessa Harris plays the ball for Waratahs in their smashing of Wagga City. Picture by Tom Dennis
The Wagga Club had four riders who finished in the top five.
Jimmy Meiklejohn • 1hr ago
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Titus Madeley edged out his Wagga Cycling Club teammates Luke Nixon and Hunter Behnke to claim the Dean Carter Memorial in Grififth. Picture from Andrew McLean Photography
A different look at the second round of the Riverina League.
Jimmy Meiklejohn • 2hrs ago
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Palawa King is one of the favourites for the Ladbrokes 715
Palawa King one of the favourites for the upcoming Ladbrokes 715. Picture supplied
The Dragons are hoping to build on their strong start to the year.
Tahlia Sinclair
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Hayden Lomax, pictured at the West Wyalong Knockout, was a standout for Temora in their round two win. Picture by Les Smith
The Prodigal Son books his place in the Wagga Town Plate.
Matt Malone
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Jason Lyon gives a victory salute upon return with The Prodigal Son in the Wagga Town Plate Prelude on Sunday. Picture by Bernard Humphreys
The Goannas weren't their usual selves in the first quarter.
Tahlia Sinclair
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Phoeve Wallace begins play with a centre pass. Picture by Les Smith
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Monday, 22 April 2024

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The great of the game lived there from the age of three to 15.
Briannah Devlin
This home is a stand-out in the Wagga market.
Jacinta Dickins
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The open-plan design seamlessly blends the living, kitchen, and dining areas, which all overlook a charming plunge pool and yard, creating a perfect setting for relaxation and entertainment. Picture supplied.
Selling agent Ryan Smith said this residence truly has it all.
With its thoughtfully designed layout, this home provides lots of space for relaxation and entertainment. Picture supplied.
'The balance of power has switched back to the big cities.'
Jemimah Clegg
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Why car spaces are the new investor favourite.
Melissa Kehagias
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The garage comes with a roller door - that rolls up, and rolls down. Not bad for $500,000. Pic: Supplied
See inside the stunning transformation.
Melissa Kehagias
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The Glass House has had extensive renovations since Arena sold it in 2017 for $1.63 million. Pic: Supplied
A variety of stalls will feature at this weekend's first market.
Taylor Dodge
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Organiser says times are changing in the world of shearing.
Taylor Dodge
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Wagga Speed Shear Sport organiser Atareta Te Kanawa-Semenoff has made a few changes to this year's event. Picture by Les Smith
See locals, do some homework, embrace chaos, check out the unknown.
Daisy Huntly
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It's a month-long event, but you can do a great deal of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival in 48 hours if you dare. Pictures by Daisy Huntly, Dane Simpson
It will be worth it for the wild antics on the double bass alone.
Jodie Bruton
Together with Kane Dennelly (vocals and guitars), the band consistd of John Gwilliam (double bass and backing vocals) and Jeremy Berg, the new drummer for the past two years. Picture supplied
Hundreds of households join community event celebrating 25th year.
Jodie O'Sullivan
Grab yourself a bargain ... Neighbours Barry Dixon and John Waters can't wait for the highly anticipated 25th annual Jindera Community Garage Sale on Sunday, April 14. Picture by James Wiltshire
Drink in history and the future with a tasting adventure of award-winning Barossa shiraz.
Rosie Ryan
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The Northern Lights hold a fascination for humans the world over.
Emma Brown
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The polar lights in Norway. Picture Shutterstock
Upgrading the litter tray can improve your cat's health and decrease odour.
Elizabeth Habermann
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PetSafe is dedicated to enhancing the bond between pets and their families through innovative pet care solutions with the ScoopFree automatic litter tray their latest product. Picture PetSafe
Before you pack your bags, say adios and head to foreign shores to live, it's important to first make sure you understand any negative implications it could have on your financial situation.
Italy is on the list of the most popular destinations Australians are choosing to make their home after they retire. Picture Shutterstock
It's time for Aussies to grab a camera, grab their teammates, and in a 60-second video showing why their reserve team deserves $50,000.
Soccer legend Mary Fowler is backing Uber's Reserve Grade Heroes campaign promising $50,000 to the selected reserve-grade team. Picture by Uber
'People are already travelling to Wagga or Albury.'
Sophie Else
Petition organisers Bailey Krebser, Montana Farrall and Tara Buckley with concerned parents. Picture by Les Smith
Infertility Awareness Week, April 21-27, aims to remove stigma.
Sophie Else
Victoria Giddings with Ivy, 3, says she's thankful everyday for her journey, "It was hard, but oh so worth it," she says. Picture by Mark Jesser.
Residents celebrate Euberta Hall centenary.
Taylor Dodge
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Amy and Holly Hatton celebrated the Euberta Hall's 100th anniversary on Saturday with the rest of their community. Picture by Bernard Humphries
Compiled from the Daily Advertiser by the Wagga Wagga & District Historical Society.
Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip visited Wagga in February 1954. Picture from file
Bluey picked up an award recognising her cultural impact.
Hannah Roberts • 35m ago
Albury had a dominating performance in the final over Hanwood.
Tahlia Sinclair • 36m ago
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Albury Hotspurs celebrate their Riverina Cup win with their supporters. Picture supplied
See locals, do some homework, embrace chaos, check out the unknown.
Daisy Huntly • 1hr ago
It's a month-long event, but you can do a great deal of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival in 48 hours if you dare. Pictures by Daisy Huntly, Dane Simpson
Waratahs had another dominant performance this weekend.
Tahlia Sinclair • 1hr ago
No comments
Vanessa Harris plays the ball for Waratahs in their smashing of Wagga City. Picture by Tom Dennis
The Wagga Club had four riders who finished in the top five.
Jimmy Meiklejohn • 1hr ago
No comments
Titus Madeley edged out his Wagga Cycling Club teammates Luke Nixon and Hunter Behnke to claim the Dean Carter Memorial in Grififth. Picture from Andrew McLean Photography
See locals, do some homework, embrace chaos, check out the unknown.
Daisy Huntly • 1hr ago
I engage in something very miserable every day.
Steve Evans • 1hr ago
Last night's leftovers are not the most appetising lunch. Picture Shutterstock
Healthcare leadership is vital for national preparedness.
Esperanza Martinez
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There are more than 120 armed conflicts in the world right now. Picture Shutterstock
Here's how to make the most of your time in Vanuatu's capital.
Sitthixay Ditthavong
Here's a foolproof guide on how you can avoid them.
Common mistakes travellers make when booking an airport hotel
Cross the Dardanelles on an excursion that recounts the story.
Mark Dapin
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Set a cracking pace on a trip to London.
Danielle Teutsch
Family travel: The surprising big-city destination that's perfect for teens
Picking one won't be easy, but our experts are here to help.
Mal Chenu and Amy Cooper
Australian outback showdown - which is better, Kimberley or Kakadu?
Hotel Review: Crystalbrook Byron
Kate Cox
Crystalbrook, Byron Bay. Picture supplied
Wildlife encounters that'll leave you speechless.
Rob McFarland
Unforgettable moments you can only have in this game reserve
Car Expert
Australian Road Rules say that interfering with the driver’s control of the vehicle is an offence, however there is a 'but'!
Matt Campbell
The next-generation Toyota Kluger is set to feature electric power, according to a report out of the US.
Jordan Mulach
Local trademark filings have pointed to BYD using the Shark name for its upcoming ute, while the company is also protecting the name of a plug-in hybrid sedan.
William Stopford
Before Top Gear Australia arrives on Paramount+ next month, the streaming service has teased what to expect from the relaunched show.
Jordan Mulach
Tesla shareholders will vote on CEO Elon Musk's long-awaited US$56bn (A$86.9bn) pay package – and a move to Texas – in June.
Jordan Mulach
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
NSW Treasurer Daniel Mookhey says his state will lose almost $12 billion in the latest GST carve-up, while its credit rating is also likely to take a hit.
Samantha Lock • 30m ago
Tamworth drops from 5315 to 1130 cattle yarded in three weeks
Simon Chamberlain • 1hr ago
Caroline, Penny and Rob Wright, Trefusis, Walcha with Chris Paterson, Davidson Cameron and Company. Tamworth.
Local Land Services CEO Steve Orr will lead the newly name changed NSW Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development.
Samantha Townsend
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Meet the new boss of NSW's agriculture department
Renter-friendly tips and tricks that wont sacrifice your bond.
Clarifying the difference between a carport and a garage
A garage is a permanent structure enclosed on all four sizes, with a door for a passenger vehicle. It may be freestanding (left), or part of the house.
Guinea pigs can breed from four to eight weeks so desex them early.
Pet guinea pigs can be a great but they come with responsibilities. Picture supplied