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Waterways Wildlife Park have been forced to re-home their native animals.
A new specialist medical centre has opened vowing to cut down patient wait times.
Learning new social skills while getting active was the aim of the game today for some.
The first non Brazillian to earn a black belt in Brazillian Jiu Jitsu has visited his academy on the Border.
The police union calls for more resources to combat online child exploitation.
It takes a serious amount of rain to put a real golfer off their game, so one of the biggest golf festivals will go ahead despite the current patch of wet weather.
Sheep and cattle farmers are turning to an unlikely hero to guard stock from predators... donkeys.
With 98% of the state in drought, charity groups continue to support rural communities.
Drought envoy Barnaby Joyce is calling on the federal government to begin auditing drought donations.
The National Drought Coordinator does not know where $50 million worth of donations has been spent and farmers are furious.
Regional banking has been bolstered with the renewal of Bank at Post services.
It's something often overlooked, how the drought impacts children in the bush on school holidays.
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