WE'VE saved you a seat in the front row for tonight's council meeting.
Lucky for Game of Thrones the Tamworth council meets on Tuesdays to avoid completely depleting the fictional drama's audience.
But can you actually beat the real-life non-fiction drama, character development and plot twists we bear witness to at the coalface of democracy that is a local council meeting?
Stick around and find out.
If you've fallen behind, here's what you need to know for tonight's episode:
Councillors to vote on Moore Creek subdivision
THE north-western edge of Tamworth has been pegged for more residential growth in the coming years with councillors to vote on a somewhat divisive housing proposal.
The 161-lot development slated for Moore Creek has already stoked some concerns in the community ranging from the loss of the "semi-rural character" of the area, to traffic congestion, as well as a perceived lack of services and utilities to accommodate the population growth. Read more.
Council floats a solution for village's hard water problem
THE council has been urged to trial a $32,000 system in one of the region's villages to deal with the ongoing issue of "hard water".
Attunga residents have dealt with the effects of "hard water" for a number of years caused by a high level of calcium and magnesium in the supply. Read more.