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In sport, Temora recruits US American footballers for Farrer League competition, while Wagga archers hold their own against the nation's best at the Australian Bowhunters Association 3D National Safari at Wokolena Range.
A 10-year-old boy escapes an alleged kidnapping at an alternative lifestyle festival near Moulamein.
More needs to be done to unlock the Riverina’s potential as a major tourism destination over the Easter long weekend, leading tourism and business figures claim.
Local businesses won't be snubbed by calls for a Wagga bypass, according to the city’s chamber of commerce.
The whooping cough vaccination shortage in Wagga causes concern for mothers, while Kooringal McDonad’s is one of the first franchises in the country to introduce a ‘build your own’ burger initiative.
A rise in Airbnb accommodation could shake up the Wagga tourist market and visiting performers reinvent the traditional circus.
In sport, the most anticipated Farrer League recruit in a decade lands in Wagga.
Online gambling is a risk to our teens, a Wagga gambling counsellor has warned.
Accomplished whip maker Anthony Rennick, of Estella, claims an Australian title.
Coles and Woolworths are undercutting Riverina winemakers by masking home-brand wines with attractive labels, an industry leader says.
Wagga athletes Hannah Mison and Godfrey Okerenyang will compete at the Little Athletics National Championships this month.
Movie and television piracy has become rampant in Australia due to a perceived lack of consequences, according to a Wagga software developer.
In sport, Wagga trainer Chris Heywood and jockey John Kissick will head all the way to Adelaide on Saturday with in-form pair High Opinion and Dantains Spirit.
A total of 23 shoplifters are caught in a police blitz across Wagga shops.
Action needs to be taken “immediately” on the nation’s ice epidemic, according to former member for Riverina and Australian National Advisory Council on Alcohol and Drugs chair Kay Hull.
Wagga City Wanderers will make history at Gissing Oval on Saturday with have plenty of Scottish flair.
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