A man from country WA has trekked all of the way from Perth to Sydney. He's walked more than 5000km, and he did it wearing a Stormtrooper costume.April 11, 2012, 10:00 pm
From harness racing to racing of a different kind. It's camel racing and it's an Easter tradition at Forbes.April 9, 2012, 10:00 pm
It might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of the Sydney Royal Easter Show.
But for those lovers of all things chooky, it doesn't get much bigger than the annual poultry competition.
A convoy of seven bright orange tractors are making their way from Temora in southern NSw to Tasmania to raise money for local charities.April 3, 2012, 10:00 pm
If it seems quiet over the coming days it could well be because some of our loudest lads are on their way to Sydney.
They'll contest the prestigious young auctioneer competition.
A chance to put their money where their mouth is.
Locals have dominated Marrar's carriage driving titles,
That's despite one team travelling over 3000kms to be there.
An 80-year-old woman was able to successfully land a twin-engine airplane in northeastern Wisconsin after her husband became unconscious at the controls and died.April 3, 2012, 4:01 pm
A small primary school in regional WA could have the record for the most sets of twins.
Fifteen sets currently attend the school in Albany.
Many of the teachers have a tough time telling them apart.
Parts of a plane that was shot down during World War Two have washed up on a popular WA beach 70 years later.
The debris has got historians excited. They say it could be the first part of an American plane that was bombed, to be found.
Three illegally-kept snakes have been seized from two separate Kambalda properties in a joint operation by Customs and the DEC.
No one has been charged yet, but one of the smugglers could now face up to five years behind bars.
We all know stories of ghosts, aliens, and psychics. But have you ever asked yourself if you're a sceptic or a believer?
A new research group will be launched at Charles Sturt University to find out why people believe in the paranormal.
They've come from as far as New Zealand - 130 of the sport's top competitors here for the National titles.
Yes, the Miniature Horse Registry National Show is underway at Tamworth's AELEC Arena.
In a bid to avoid being sent back to work, an Austrian man has deliberately sawn off his own foot.March 28, 2012, 10:33 am
Have you ever considered the notes in your wallet could be making you sick?
Believe it or not, it is possible.
It seems cash and credit cards are a melting pot of disease.
Our police are known for keeping the streets safe at night and locking up law-breakers.
But a couple of cops in a small WA community have stretched their duties by catching a saltwater crocodile, and driving it to the nearest town.
An amazing story of a mum and bub who survived a stressful birth in the middle of this month's flood disaster near Wagga Wagga in southern NSW.
Rebecca Swift went into labour on a bus while being evacuated from her flooded home.
If you've ever met a Harley Davidson owner - you'll know they're a pretty passionate breed.
More than 500 HOGs - as they're called - made their way to Bathurst to show off their gear and thunder down that iconic Bathurst mountain.
The monarch dropped in moments after the nuptials of John and Frances Canning at Manchester Town Hall in northern England on Friday.March 25, 2012, 12:34 pm
Ever wondered if you could hack into someone else's computer?
Well, a group of local uni students will be doing just that .
It's all part of national competition.
Temora has a new claim to fame - a bunch of rocks. Scientists have started a new experiment on the 417 million year old boulders.March 25, 2012, 2:00 am
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