Monday, April 27
Footy clubs spray Wagga City Council for spending $7000 on street art at the Harris Park dressing shed.
More than 2000 people attended a stormy dawn service at exactly the same time 100 years ago the first wave of Anzacs landed at Gallipolli.
Wagga City Council rules out the controversial argument of same-sex marriage will come under the local agenda.
Tuesday, April 28
A young couple who woke early to attend Saturday’s dawn service is among the unprecedented number of victims who have had their cars stolen and torched, with seven incidents over the weekend.
The century-old beams at St John’s Anglican Church are under threat, while investment in the city’s health facilities has created a narrow corridor of golden prices and demand for homes near the hospital.
A leading figure of the city’s arts community has defended a controversial piece of art derided as basic graffiti and a step back in time.
Melbourne Storm utility Ryan Hinchcliffe will return to the Riverina for the upcoming City-Country Game.
Wednesday, April 29
Tourism leaders predict the city will take an “unprecedented” tourism leap when it hosts back-to-back sporting events this weekend.
A small business owner swept up in a mobile phone hate campaign has revealed the personal and financial toll it has taken.
Council has defended its decision to slug a Wagga student with a hefty fine for parking on his wide nature strip, saying its actions were necessary due to safety reasons.
In sport, Southern District Racing is set to have its strongest representation in the Wagga Gold Cup in more than a decade.
A strong showing of 23 locals are preparing for the Port Macquarie Ironman on Sunday.
Thursday, April 30
The singing of Australia’s national anthem at Lone Pine sent chills down the spine of the daughter of a Wagga soldier who clung to the cliffs at Gallipolli 100 years ago,
Wagga community broadcasters have launched an appeal to track down two former soldiers who reunited on air after decades apart in an emotion-charged Anzac Day program.
The Riverina’s political leaders have warned against knee-jerk reactions which endanger a significant trading relationship following the execution of two Australians.
Debate continues over a controversial piece of art in one of the city’s parks, while a man invaded an Ashmont house intent on attacking another man inside.
A Wagga jockey returns home from Singapore in time for the Wagga Gold Cup, while round two of the Carroll Cup ends prematurely as Robertson Oval floodlights switch off.
Friday, May 1
A faction of furious councillors have demanded mayor Rod Kendall stand down after the company responsible for the $75 million Riverina Intermodal Freight and Logistics hub at Bomen fell into voluntary administration.
Daryl Maguire defends his government’s record in attracting new investment to Wagga and says relocating public servants to the city is no easy feat.
Wagga Council apologises to sporting groups for commissioning a piece of artwork at Harris Park without consultation.
Ageism still exists in the workplace, according to Wagga businesswoman.
Champion Sydney trainer Chris Walker is keen to make Wagga Gold Cup his own.
Canberra sprinter Got The Goss continued his impressive comeback to racing with a thrilling victory in Thursday’s $100,000 Wagga Town Plate.
Saturday, May 2
Catch up on all the news from Wagga’s Gold Cup, including news, photos and videos.
Wagga City Council must move swiftly to avoid squandering a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to develop a $75 million intermodal freight hub, according to former deputy prime minister Tim Fischer.
The deaths of 26 soldiers in a training accident at Kapooka in 1945 is so little known that even most people in the Australian Army do not know about it, according to former soldier who has written a book about the disaster.
Turvey Park residents fight for iconic gum trees at CSU South Campus.
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