The Murrumbidgee River and the Wagga Bathing Beach, in particular, have been used by Wagga residents for all manner of … Continue reading Beach Babies on the ‘Bidgee
The community radio station 2AAA-FM has become one of Wagga Wagga’s most important cultural institutions and because of this, the … Continue reading Accessible. Accountable. Alternative!
Nader Awad from The Riverina Anglican College has been here at CSU Regional Archives this week on work experience. He … Continue reading History of football in Wagga from 1925
This year, one of our Scholarship Students is a keen Australian Rules Football fan from Melbourne so we thought it … Continue reading Tiger Time!
Could Wagga Wagga have been a suitable site as the Federal Capital of Australia? It was certainly in contention for … Continue reading A Capital Idea?
One of the ongoing projects we’ve had here at CSU Regional Archives has been to find a photograph of ‘Westhoe … Continue reading Westhoe, Edel Quinn and a little mystery
This interesting image caught my eye recently. It is a photo of Hely’s Club House Hotel and adjoining livery stable, … Continue reading Hely’s Club House Hotel
Yes, it’s taken a while but CSU Regional Archives has finally joined the world of Facebook! Did you know … Continue reading Check us out!
Foundation Day celebrates the day in 1989 two NSW educational institutions came together to become Charles Sturt University. CSU did … Continue reading Foundation Day: the making of Charles Sturt University
Windows into Wartime, the travelling exhibition from State Archives and Records Authority of NSW, is now with us in Wagga … Continue reading Windows into Wartime
Next week on 25 April, Anzac Day commemorative services will once again be held all over Australia, New Zealand and … Continue reading “Steel Your Heart” – Anzac Letters
There was a slow start to Wagga’s attempt to form a motor ambulance service. At an initial public meeting held … Continue reading The Vermilion Ambulance and the Johnston Street Jewel
Have you heard the story of the Nun in the Nightgown? Wagga Wagga has been witness to a number of … Continue reading The Nun in the Nightgown
The last days of 1904 brought devastation to the Wagga Wagga district and to many other parts of NSW in … Continue reading Summer’s Scourge
Narrandera’s own “gentlemen’s club”, The Murrumbidgee Club, was formed in 1903 with the bulk of the original members coming from … Continue reading Murrumbidgee Gentlemen
Our most recent Research Scholar, Nicole Gammie, may go down in the annals of CSURA as the scholar who processed … Continue reading The Evolving and Eclectic Collection Processing Project
This is just a quick note to remind everyone we will close for the Christmas – New Year holidays at 12.30pm … Continue reading C-Day, 1958
On Saturday, 11 December 1976 the Edward Street underpass was opened by Member for Wagga Wagga, Joe Schipp, and the … Continue reading The Gates of Death: the Tarcutta Road Level Crossing
Every beer lover’s worst nightmare came true in November 1967 when a draught beer drought impacted upon the vast majority … Continue reading A Draught Drought