A Wagga business was taken over by millions of crickets.
The pesky bugs crawled all through Alco Batteries.
But didn't seem to fancy hanging out at any other businesses on Pearson Street.
An alert dog helped to stop a suspicious boat fire in Albury spreading to homes.
The cabin cruiser exploded into flames in the middle of the night - while parked in the owner's driveway.
A Tumbarumba man who's revolutionised wild dog control in our region is sharing his secrets with farmers right around Australia.
Mark Goldspink has stopped wild dogs from killing stock around Tumba for eight years straight.
A teenage boy who fell 40 metres down a cliff, and survived, says he'd climb it again.
Michael Muller says it was God who saved him.
A brand new bunch of animals on bikes are gracing our streets from Molong to Dubbo.
There's now more than 100 of these quirky contraptions out and about and they're settling into life out here pretty well.
A supermarket chain says an idea that's supposed to help problem drinkers is too hard and too expensive. One country town wants card identification scanners installed so staff at licensed venues know whether or not a person's allowed to buy alcohol.February 16, 2012, 2:00 am
A painting done by a cat in Wagga, southern NSW, has sold for $970.
Local abandoned cats are making a mark for themselves in what experts call "non-primate art".
Starlings have been causing headaches in Dubbo for years.
There's thousands of them.
Soon there'll be a few thousand less.
Thieves have stolen $27,000 worth of sheep in Wangaratta.
The sheep belonged to a water authority, so effectively, it's taxpayers who'll foot the bill.
A musical grandmother, whose percussion talents threw her into the spotlight 4 years ago, is back. Deb "Spoons" Perry has taken her talent of playing the utensils to amazing heights and now teaches others her tricks.February 15, 2012, 2:00 am
You've probably heard of the God Squad - and now there's a river version.
The Cod Squad is mapping our waterways to see how to make better habitats for one of our most famous - and sometimes elusive - fish.
A group of adventurers has just finished its toughest challenge yet: trekking through the Kimberley for a month. The women think they've broken a world record, but a little more research has to be done before that can be confirmed.February 15, 2012, 2:00 am
Remember that injured sea eagle that we told you about a few weeks ago, rescued from Lake Hume and given to wildlife carers?
Well there's a happy ending to the story, as Helen Ballard reports.
Aside from being home to a number of the country's vast resource projects, the Pilbara has possibly the richest collection of Aboriginal Rock Art in the world.
One site's already on the National Heritage List, and could soon be on the World Heritage List.
You're about to meet a barber with more experience than most.
Cecil Titheradge, from Peak Hill in central NSW, has clocked up 78 years in the profession and at 92, is still going strong.
The recent rain's brought another problem for residents.
Cane toads are out in abundance so last night one town held their first cane toad muster of the year.
Tucked away on a remote property in the tiny town of Condo is one of the country's biggest watermelon farms.
Paul McLachlan is the man behind the melons.
He sells to one of our largest supermarket chains and central markets in all our capital cities.
A teenager who walks on people's stomachs and holds them in headlocks is about to compete in a state martial arts competition in Perth. He's already represented Australia in Taekwondo, but says he's been waiting a long time to win this competition.February 9, 2012, 4:33 pm
An American super bowl commercial has gone viral, but for all the wrong reasons. It may spark one of the biggest legal battles in Australian music. The American company responsible has used a jingle that sounds almost the same as a hit Aussie song.February 8, 2012, 4:23 pm
Bathurst Regional Council's planning to tackle a problem that's bugged the city for years.
It's a smelly problem, thanks to pigeons and their droppings.
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