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Saturday, 22 June 2024
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Marrar make it six straight with a big win over Northern Jets.
Matt Malone • 2hrs ago
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See all the scores from around the grounds.
Jimmy Meiklejohn
Live updates from around the Riverina sporting grounds.
Matt Malone, Courtney Rees, Jimmy Meiklejohn, Tahlia Sinclair
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Around the grounds live coverage: June 22-23 weekend sport blog.
Plans for the $7.47m proposal are on public display.
Emily Anderson
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Digital mockup of a proposed McDonalds restaurant on Phar Lap Place in Boorooma. Picture by Richmond + Ross
The couple bought the glam Gold Coast pad in 2022.
Jade Lazarevic
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Buddy and Jesinta Franklin appear set to sell their home on the Gold Coast after purchasing it for $8.75 million in 2022. Picture supplied/Instagram
Was it Chad, Equatorial Guinea, Zambia or Mali?
Anna Houlahan
Did Eric the Eel represent Chad, Equatorial Guinea, Zambia or Mali at the 2000 Olympics? Picture AP Photo/Rob Griffith, POOL
They were available for sale in every state.
Georgina Sebar
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The two types of McCain pizzas affected by the recall. Picture supplied
Wagga School Leaders Program students graduate from modules.
Finn Coleman
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Kooringal High's Pranav Raman, Wagga High's Darrell Connellan and Committee 4 Wagga's Michelle Ford. Picture by Finn Coleman
Some northern suburbs residents say 'yay', some say 'nay'.
Emily Anderson
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Call for feedback on new regional transport plan.
Finn Coleman
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Committee 4 Wagga CEO Scott Sanbrook says the community has been "screaming out" for the duplication of Gobbagombalin Bridge. File images
'Loss of identity' for veterans learning to be a civilian.
Emily Anderson
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The trial of Robert and Anne Geeves began on Friday.
Andrew Mangelsdorf
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Amber Haigh's mother Rosalind Wright told the Wagga Supreme Court her daughter was a bubbly and happy person as she gave evidence in the trial of Robert and Anne Geeves on Friday. Picture by Bernard Humphreys
Colleagues farewell top cop, who didn't want to be a cop.
Taylor Dodge
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Riverina Police District's Sergeant Ross Jackson is set for retirement after 37 years serving the community. Picture by Les Smith
Two men have been charged over the late-night highway discovery.
Taylor Dodge
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Operation Furious commenced on Monday targeting Riverina Highways. Picture by Tom Dennis
Victims win fight to have abuser's identity revealed.
Andrew Mangelsdorf
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Firefighters tackle blaze in bowling club kitchen.
Taylor Dodge
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Firefighters were called to the Deniliquin Bowling Club following reports of a fire. Picture by Google Maps
The incident left a 28-year-old woman with serious injuries.
Andrew Mangelsdorf
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Who's playing this weekend in the Farrer and Riverina Leagues?
Jimmy Meiklejohn
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Temora defender Riley Hubbard is back into the Kangaroos side for the clash against ladder leaders The Rock-Yerong Creek at Victoria Park on Saturday. Picture by Ash Smith
Officers have also seized large numbers of vapes from vehicles.
Blair Thomson
Albury Highway Patrol members have seized $603,014 in cash from a vehicle on the Hume Highway at Holbrook during Operation Furious. Picture by NSW Police
Across the state there are weird and wacky team names.
Tahlia Sinclair, Nick Guthrie, Dominic Unwin
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The Riverina Lions, Leeton Dianas, and Dunedoo Swanettes are just some of the community football teams across NSW. Pictures file
Mitch Robinson broke his neck against Narrandera on Saturday.
Matt Malone
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Need for emergency services in Wagga's northern suburb highlighted.
Finn Coleman
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Former paramedic Phil Hoey believes emergency services north of Murrumbidgee River is crucial for the future of Wagga. Pictures by Les Smith

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Australia's seafood, lamb, beef, chicken and veggie pies judged.
Anna Houlahan
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The highly contagious and deadly H7N8 strain of bird flu has been detected at a second farm in the Hawkesbury region, NSW's health minister says.
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Bird flu has been detected at a second farm in a restricted biosecurity zone in regional NSW. (Steve Gray/AAP PHOTOS)
Family diagnosis inspired specialty.
Georgina Sebar
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Belinda Bedggood is a South Australian regional nurse. Picture supplied
The Romper Room host led 'a magnificent life' her daughter said.
Anna Houlahan
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A still image form Dawn Kenyon's interview with author Brendan Horgan in 2000. Picture NFSA
Police have charged a man after he allegedly slashed security guards and injured a nurse at a western Sydney hospital.
William Ton
Hospital security guards were slashed and a nurse injured in an alleged attack at Sydney's Westmead. (Dan Himbrechts/AAP PHOTOS)
Waratahs took a big step in cementing second spot.
Courtney Rees • 26m ago
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Forward Jade Hodge kicked six goals in Leeton-Whitton's victory.
Jimmy Meiklejohn • 39m ago
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Leeton-Whitton assistant coach Tom Meline was one of the Crows best in their narrow win against Narrandera. Picture by Liam Warren
Jake Barrett made a surprise on-field appearance in reserve grade
Matt Malone • 1hr ago
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East Wagga-Kooringal coach Jake Barrett addresses his players during a break in the big win over Barellan at Gumly Oval on Saturday. Picture by EWK Hawks
The Goannas notched up 100 points for the first time this year.
Jimmy Meiklejohn • 2hrs ago
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Kangaroos produced a three-try blitz midway through the second half.
Courtney Rees • 2hrs ago
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James Smart tries to make a break as he played a big role in Kangaroos' win over Tumut at Twickenham on Saturday. Picture by Bernard Humphreys
Marrar make it six straight with a big win over Northern Jets.
Matt Malone • 2hrs ago
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Marrar forward Blake Walker kicks towards goal despite the best efforts of Northern Jets defender Rhyle Davis at Langtry Oval on Saturday. Picture by Tom Dennis
See all the scores from around the grounds.
Jimmy Meiklejohn
MCUE's Tristan Wheeler takes a chest mark during the Goannas clash against Griffith at Mangoplah Sportsground. Picture by Les Smith
Live updates from around the Riverina sporting grounds.
Matt Malone, Courtney Rees, Jimmy Meiklejohn, Tahlia Sinclair
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Around the grounds live coverage: June 22-23 weekend sport blog.
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Three-storey masterpiece of contemporary architecture, refined elegance.
Jacinta Dickins
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This property promises a lifestyle of comfort and elegance.
With thoughtfully designed spaces and modern amenities, this property promises a lifestyle of comfort and elegance, topped off with stunning south-westerly views up to The Rock. Picture sup[plied.
The couple bought the glam Gold Coast pad in 2022.
Jade Lazarevic
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Buddy and Jesinta Franklin appear set to sell their home on the Gold Coast after purchasing it for $8.75 million in 2022. Picture supplied/Instagram
Innovative move in digital marketing in the real estate sector.
Jen Melocco
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New investment properties are expected to be the most scrutinised.
Martin Kelly
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The Australian Taxation Office says a "majority" of rental property owners make errors despite using registered agents. Pic: Shutterstock
Swap screen time for book dream time in these home libraries.
Grace Dudley
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Character and colour in the library in this home in the NSW wine region of Mudgee. Picture: Supplied
Study identifies Wagga, third best city for cultural experiences
Finn Coleman
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The September date ringed in red for the new look event.
Jeremy Eager
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Relay for Life president Alan Pottie with five-year-olds Rylee Dunn and Billie Hughes, four-month-old Bowie Hughes, and Rebecca Cook at the 2024 relay launch. Picture by Tom Dennis
The B&S will return for the first time since 2019 later this year.
Taylor Dodge
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The Ariah Park B&S Ball was last held in 2019 following COVID-19 and then hardships with securing insurance. File picture
Parade day changed due to temperature and other pride festivals.
Jeremy Eager
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The Wagga Mardi Gras festival committee, Matt Luff, Christina Scurr, Helen Foley, Holly Conroy, Margot Schoonmaker, Cristy Houghton and Alex Osgood, have changed the date for the 2025 festival. Supplied picture
This fleet of elegant tall ships is the transport of choice for travellers looking for a unique way to enjoy the Mediterranean's iconic destinations and also discover some lesser known ones.
Jono Petrohilos and Travis Mattern became friends in primary school playing rugby league and now run a hugely successful online training business.
Elizabeth Habermann
Personal trainers Jono Petrohilos (right) and Travis Mattern have been friends since primary school and today run a successful online personal training business. Picture supplied
Data-driven healthcare could revolutionise medical care for regional Australians with the innovative new service, ObservaCare.
Elizabeth Habermann
Husband-and-wife team Rod and Deborah Martin developed ObservaCare with the goal of providing better healthcare to regional patients. Picture Simon Scott, photographer
Peace, tranquility and adventure wrapped up in the comfort, service and ambience of a small luxury hotel is the experience onboard the Mekong Serenity, from Australian river cruising experts APT.
APT's Mekong Serenity lets guests experience Vietnam and Cambodia on the famous Mekong River. Picture supplied
With Vivid Sydney now well underway, Samsung Electronics Australia invites everyone to experience its contribution to the magical event, and be part of a project to unite people around the world.
 'Chorus of Light' combines technology and artistry that's inspired by Samsung's Galaxy AI smart phone. Picture supplied
Recognised for their dedication to their communities.
Beau Greenway
Check out 'Grandma's kitchen' at The Good Old Days Festival.
Jodie O'Sullivan
The Good Old Days Festival will return in 2024 with donkeys competing for the coveted Little Teamsters Trophy at the nation's biggest gathering of draught animals on October 5 and 6 at Barellan, NSW. Picture supplied
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The Gumi Race on the Murrumbidgee River in 1983. Supplied picture
Daniel Boswell's 100km run was delayed twice due to injury.
Jeremy Eager
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Daniel Boswell will be running from Albury to Wagga for his niece, Matilda 'Toots' Howard. Pictures by James Wiltshire and Tom Dennis
Booranga makes painful decision to stop paying staff, workshops.
Jeremy Eager
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Booranga Writers Centre committee members David Gilbey, Lachlan Brown and Kathryn Halliwell question the future of their centre. Picture by Jeremy Eager
Waratahs took a big step in cementing second spot.
Courtney Rees • 26m ago
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Forward Jade Hodge kicked six goals in Leeton-Whitton's victory.
Jimmy Meiklejohn • 39m ago
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Leeton-Whitton assistant coach Tom Meline was one of the Crows best in their narrow win against Narrandera. Picture by Liam Warren
Jake Barrett made a surprise on-field appearance in reserve grade
Matt Malone • 1hr ago
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East Wagga-Kooringal coach Jake Barrett addresses his players during a break in the big win over Barellan at Gumly Oval on Saturday. Picture by EWK Hawks
The Goannas notched up 100 points for the first time this year.
Jimmy Meiklejohn • 2hrs ago
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MCUE forward Flynn Collins attempts to get a kick away while being tackled by Griffith's James Girdler during the clash between the Goannas and Swans at Mangoplah Sportsground. Picture by Les Smith
Kangaroos produced a three-try blitz midway through the second half.
Courtney Rees • 2hrs ago
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James Smart tries to make a break as he played a big role in Kangaroos' win over Tumut at Twickenham on Saturday. Picture by Bernard Humphreys
Any other party would be blasted for announcing this policy.
Ebony Bennett
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Skilled refugee employment could be a game-changer.
Sally Baker, Claire Higgins, Jemma Bailey
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Talent Beyond Boundaries has been successful in countries like the UK. Picture Shutterstock
Time spent helping the community should be tax deductible.
Garry Linnell
We now have an estimated 1.86 million fewer volunteers than in the pre-COVID era. Picture Shutterstock
For an authentic and well-priced health reset, this rural retreat fits the bill.
Natascha Mirosch
Vancouver bristles with Michelin-recommended eateries.
Janine Graham
Why you must visit this foodie Canadian city at least once in your life
A funky place to get your pre- or post-flight Sydney sleepover.
Amy Cooper
We stayed at a funky new airport hotel in Sydney. Here's what we found
A new direct service brings Uluru closer for southern states.
Emily Clooney
Flight Review: Why travelling to Uluru just got easier
Beat the cold at one of these warm-weather escapes.
The Hot List: Some of Queensland's best hotels have just been revealed
Car Expert
If you're someone who feels they need a little more protection in their life, this SUV should be right up your alley.
Max Davies
A contract with a European battery supplier has fallen through for BMW, partly down to shifting interests in both companies.
Max Davies
BMW calls off $3.2 billion EV battery deal - report
The Hyundai Staria people mover has dropped one of its safety features but gained connected services and new convenience features for 2025.
Jordan Mulach
2025 Hyundai Staria price and specs
Hyundai’s Staria Load van follows its people mover sibling with rolling updates bringing minor equipment tweaks but unchanged prices.
Jordan Mulach
Ford is fixing seven issues with the F-150 pickup truck that have seen it fall foul of Australian regulations, and is compensating owners for the inconvenience.
William Stopford
Ford Australia is paying F-150 owners hit by rules breaches and recalls
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
Government surveillance detects and confirms second site of avian influenza in Hawkesbury control zone
Samantha Townsend • 1hr ago
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The Oberon Against Wind Towers group has been strongly critical.
Matt Watson
Part of the area south of Oberon under investigation for a wind farm (left; image from The Pines Wind Farm) and The Pines Wind Farm project director Joanna Murphy and Stromlo Energy director Matthew Parton.
A Culcairn stud ewe claimed the top spot on day two.
Alexandra Bernard
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Scott Mitchell, Rene Stud, Culcairn, with the supreme exhibit and grand champion ewe from the NSW Dorset Championships at Cowra. Picture by Alexandra Bernard.
A farmhouse that reflects the homeowner's values and priorities.
Keeping warm this winter shouldn't have to cost a fortune.
Linley Wilkie
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Six hot tips to keeping cosy during the coming months
How to ensure your furry housemate doesn't ruin the landscaping.
A more natural looking garden, with mixed plantings and low-lying hardy shrubs, can trick the eye to overlook holes and damaged plants. Picture Shutterstock