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While most volunteers do not sacrifice their time for want of accolades or commendations, the NSW Volunteer of the Year Awards allow for their efforts to be recognised and celebrated.Read More
It's being dubbed Wagga's biggest social weekend of the year - generating roughly two million dollars for the local economy … click to watch the 9 News Riverina story and find out more.Read More
Wagga Wagga City Council are seeking expressions of interest from members of the public to join its freshly launched Crime Prevention Task Force. The purpose and objectives of the Working Group are to consider various issues and initiatives that relate to the prevention of crime and safety in the Wagga Wagga Local Government Area, and where appropriate make recommendations to the elected body of Council. Applications close Friday, May 3. Click to find out more.Read More
Wagga Wagga City Council is seeking public feedback to help shape its Riverside Stage 2 development plan. Click to find out more.Read More
Disturbing media reports of abuse and neglect of aged care residents led to the establishment of the Aged Care Royal Commission, which will make recommendations to improve service for residents. Submissions are still welcome. Click to find out more.Read More
ICAC is investigating the regulation of lobbying, access and influence in NSW, with a consultation paper and call for submissions by 24 May.Read More
For many, the luxury of living at home until they can afford a place of their own is not an option, but the cost of rent is becoming increasingly less affordable according to new figures released by Anglicare … click to read the full article via The Daily Advertiser.Read More
The Riverina's mental health facilities, or lack thereof, have come under scrutiny multiple times … click to read The Daily Advertiser article online.Read More
Click to check out The Daily Advertiser’s photos and watch footage from the Wagga Wagga march and commemorative service across ANZAC Day.Read More
Former sailors from the Navy Corvette named after the city of Wagga are exploring new ways to keep the ship's legacy alive as age thins the ranks of its wartime shipmates … Read the full story online via The Daily Advertiser.Read More
I would like to say a big well done to the Riding for the Disabled participants, who competed in the Mounted Games State Championship at the Royal Easter Show in Sydney. Click for more.Read More
Police are urging residents of Wagga to lock their cars after a spike in thefts from vehicles … click to read the full online story at The Daily Advertiser.Read More
Wagga RSL Sub-Branch volunteers will once again sell badges in the led up to Anzac Day. This is a wonderful cause, dedicated to supporting former and currently serving military men and women across our region … read the full online story at The Daily Advertiser.Read More
At least two Wagga homes a day have been broken into over a 12-month period, latest crime statistics reveal … click to read the full online story via The Daily Advertiser.Read More
Wagga PCYC has secured the final $10 million in funding it needs to build its long-planned multi-purpose sports centre. Click to read Jody Lindbeck’s full online story via The Daily Advertiser.Read More
If the Federal Member for Riverina, Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack’s hints about Wagga's PCYC funding are ‘on the money’ it would be great news indeed! I will be ‘watching this space’ with keen interest. Click to watch the full Win News Riverina story.Read More