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Monday, February 18, 2019
Bradley overcomes paralysis to start Tour de Riverina with bangPublished by Courtney Rees
It’s been a whirlwind 12 months for Wagga cyclist Andrew Bradley.
CSU staff and students say ‘common sense prevails’Published by Jess Whitty
Wagga feedback showed the university did not have a 'choice'.
Doubt over promising poll for Wagga minor partiesPublished by Rex Martinich
"In a general election...I think voters tend to think about it more cautiously.” - acad...
‘I absolutely love working with these patients’, says new geriatricianPublished by Jody Lindbeck
Wagga Base Hospital welcomes new doctor from Britain.
Sunday, February 17, 2019
Blues’ celebration kick off with strong chasePublished by Courtney Rees
South Wagga made light work of their run chase to start their centenary celebrations in...
Wagga Police arrest eight people for robberies and stolen propertyPublished by Jess Whitty
A crime squad has been formed to stop property and car offences that have plagued the c...
One woman took the road less travelled to land her dream careerPublished by Jess Whitty
"It's not always about taking the fastest train, the scenic route is just as good".
Punters flock to annual Tumut Cup for a day of sunshine and funPublished by Jody Lindbeck
Annual Tumut Cup has been running for more than a century.
Saturday, February 16, 2019
Wagga’s miniature railway fans stay loyal despite ticket price risePublished by Rex Martinich
25 per cent jump in price still seen as 'reasonable'.
Friday, February 15, 2019
Knights Meats & Deli may face closure due to parking fiascoPublished by Emma Horn
"How can a business sustain itself for that long without adequate parking?"
Man jailed for role in disappearance of Allecha BoydPublished by Toby Vue
Anthony Shane Hagan has been sentenced to four years and nine months' jail.
Leadership change as Miss Wagga Quest enters 72nd yearPublished by Jessica Mclaughlin
"We are always looking at the future to keep it vibrant and relevant."
High five for Coleambally as signings continuePublished by Peter Doherty
Blues boosted by five more signings including NT footballer Raven Marika.
Woman on a mission to break down gender stereotypesPublished by Jessica Mclaughlin
Manual labour is a man's world, until now.
Thursday, February 14, 2019
Jobs and crime at centre stage for Wagga candidates forumPublished by Rex Martinich
The Nationals' Mackenna Powell attended the forum despite it being run by political opp...