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Thursday, March 14, 2019
Racism a possibility in death of pregnant woman, inquest hearsPublished by Toby Vue
Naomi Williams and her unborn baby boy died of treatable sepsis after 18 hospital visits.
Hard luck with Mooney out of South Wagga's sidePublished by Courtney Rees
Nathanael Mooney left out of preliminary final despite top scoring for South Wagga last...
Caring family man, a dedicated officer and an 'adventurer'Published by Annie Lewis
Frank had seven children, 23 grandchildren, 37 great-grandchildren and one great-great-...
The gown that has been worn for two centuriesPublished by Emma Horn
The last Stephenson will wear the gown this Saturday.
Colin Taggart says Wagga's voters deserve to have a 'choice'Published by Jody Lindbeck
Former Liberal branch president is now an Australian Conservatives candidate.
Wednesday, March 13, 2019
Himmelberg looks to use finals experiencePublished by Courtney Rees
Harry Himmelberg is determined to help push Greater Western Sydney further into the pre...
Climate change threatens extreme heat for regionPublished by Rex Martinich
Riverina one of the top ten federal electorates most at risk from climate change.
Passionate chef leads new catering to keep boat club afloatPublished by Toby Vue
The chef says it feels like home because he worked at the club in 2014.
Matt Quade's international experiences have helped shape his viewsPublished by Jody Lindbeck
Independent candidate has drawn second spot on the Wagga ballot paper.
Ripples of Hope walk for those who have lost someone to suicidePublished by Jody Lindbeck
Annual event will be held at Lake Albert.
Tuesday, March 12, 2019
Businesses nod heads at Blake Street's million-dollar proposalPublished by Jess Whitty
Coffee shop owner hoped small businesses will be taken into consideration.
Stranger's act of kindness on a 'paralysing' flight to WaggaPublished by Annie Lewis
Ellyse Matterson was making the trip to support her friend.
Top five worst roads in Wagga revealed after resident surveyPublished by Annie Lewis
Inglewood Road was one of five roads named and shamed by residents.
Barby leaves Kangaroos for GundagaiPublished by Courtney Rees
Gundagai has secured representative second rower Troy Barby for their premiership defence.
Seb McDonagh takes aim at the seat of Wagga for a second timePublished by Jody Lindbeck
Shooters, Fishers, Farmers candidate scored number one spot on ballot paper.
Monday, March 11, 2019
Stadium praised for safely coming in under budgetPublished by Rex Martinich
Unused funds will go towards improving the stadium further
Realistic dolls and eerie 'reborns' are brought to lifePublished by Jess Whitty
"I just love my dolls so much, they're like my babies."
Employer fed up with lack of parking available in central WaggaPublished by Annie Lewis
There is approximately 4500 off-street parking and 3200 on-street spaces in the CBD.
Helping fight against melanoma one step at a timePublished by Jessica Mclaughlin
New motivation for the fight against melanoma.
Fast start to Blaze's title defencePublished by Courtney Rees
Wagga Blaze got their title defence off to the best possible start.
Sunday, March 10, 2019
Cats head straight on through to grand finalPublished by Courtney Rees
Wagga City head into grand final with big win over South Wagga.
Residents want crime hotspot lane closedPublished by Rex Martinich
Councillors will consider a motion to end public access to a pedestrian walkway.
Mayor hopes to continue Mardi Gras supportPublished by Rex Martinich
The inaugural event on Saturday "exceeded all expectations".
Mirror ball shines on Wagga trio's dance show dominancePublished by Nicole Barlow
Saturday, March 9, 2019
Push for climate change policies as 'consequences are dire'Published by Jess Whitty
This year's march sees more people fight against climate change.
Celebrating being 'queer and proud' ahead of Mardi GrasPublished by Annie Lewis
"Don't just accept this parade and the people in it, but welcome and celebrate them."
Friday, March 8, 2019
Man jailed for vicious stabbing during drug disputePublished by Toby Vue
The stabbing caused a deep laceration to the man's liver.
Defending champs Blaze prepared for blowtorchPublished by Peter Doherty
Wagga's championship-winning women's team ready to take what comes their way in title d...
Jump in patient numbers at Wagga Base Hospital's emergency departmentPublished by Jody Lindbeck
New figures show increase of almost 12 per cent on previous year's numbers.
Faith after Pell: Wagga Catholics weigh inPublished by Annie Lewis
"Recent events have shaken my faith in the church to its core."