We are looking back at the major stories from each month, do you remember these stories from April?
A couple has been arrested after a wild police chase in NSW that lasted hours and allegedly involved multiple gunpoint carjackings.
The pursuit began shortly after 4pm on the Federal Highway near Goulburn on Saturday when police spotted a stolen ute, which pulled away when officers tried to stop it.
Just weeks after local touch football referee Ryan Wake became the first Goulburn resident to achieve his Level Six badge, he was selected to officiate this year's State of Origin.
Named by Touch NSW as one of its 20 referees for the tournament, Wake earned his place off the back of a strong National Touch League performance in March.
The owners of a local health hub will take their project to the next stage, with the clearing of protracted planning hurdles.
Goulburn Health Hub at Bradfordville has secured rezoning approval for 12.5 hectares behind their Ross Street premises.
Marsden Weir became the centre of attention on Thursday as a large film crew converged to shoot a television commercial.
A flurry of activity and marquees set up beside Crookwell Road, near the Wollondilly Riverwalk entry alerted motorists and pedestrians to the crew's presence.
Rural property sold for a record high price
A rural property in Yass has recently has been sold at a high price of $1,773,000 million.
The hobby farm 'Martins Ridge' at 89 Bango Lane is spread over sprawling 225 acres and boasts of integrated family and living areas, a country style kitchen and verandas on two sides of the home with a shade sail.
The Trinity Catholic College Sheep Show Team was the winner at the Grand Champion School Exhibit with their Corriedale Ewe - Trinity Dixie at the 2021 Sydney Royal Easter Show.
The team was busy preparing their Corriedale sheep for months ahead of the event. The Trinity Corriedales originate from the Prell family's Gundowringa bloodlines.
On one of the most important days of the year, thousands of people stood on the main street to clap on local veterans.
The annual ANZAC Day march started at the intersection of Clinton and Auburn Street and concluded at the honour roll in Belmore Park.
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