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Firearm stolen from Lockington property

POLICE are appealing for information into a burglary at a Lockington property where a firearm was stolen.. Echuca detectives are investigating the incident which saw thieves steal a Boito shotgun by forcing open a safe in the shed of an

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Riverine Herald
Aug 21 2017
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Late dash can’t save Magpies

A FAST-FINISHING Moama couldn’t run down Barooga on Saturday, falling by nine points in a battle of two of the Murray Football League’s top four teams.. The Magpies fought hard to get back into the game after a goalless first quarter put

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Alex Mitchell
Aug 21 2017
Lifestyle

Run the Parkrun

WITH spring starting to emerge from the winter clouds what better way to get motivated than to bring a mate along to the Echuca-Moama Parkrun.. The organisers are holding a Bring a Friend Day on September 9 and invite all new and existing runners or

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Riverine Herald
Aug 21 2017
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Teen loses licence for 12 months

A Tatura teenager had his licence for just three days before he committed an act that could have endangered others.. A police radar spotted Jayson Andrews driving his Ford Sedan at 103km/h in a quiet suburban Shepparton street on New Year’s

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Shepparton News
Aug 22 2017
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Concert for teacher’s swim

Raise awareness for mental health issues and enjoy a showcase of local talent at a fundraiser for Brenda Norman’s Channel 4 Change cause this Saturday.. Featuring performances by local schools, the Con Spirito Voices choir and the Deni Uke

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Deniliquin Pa...
Aug 22 2017
Sport

Drovers bus

The Deni Drovers will have a bus going to Leeton for their grand final clash against Wagga Waratahs on Saturday.. The cost will be $30 a head for the bus, with a $10 entry fee at the gate per person.. Tickets can be purchased from Wired

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Contributor
Aug 22 2017
News

No penalty interest until February

Greater Shepparton City Council has announced it will for this year not enforce penalty interest on lump sum rate payments until February15.. This development follows on from the council having previously removed the February lump sum payment option

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Shepparton News
Aug 22 2017
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Big expo crowd despite windy winter weather

The lawns behind Deniliquin’s Peppin Heritage Centre and The Crossing Cafe were packed with people on Friday for the Elders Riverina Sheep Expo.. In windy, winter weather, there was a steady stream of locals and visitors checking out the

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Deniliquin Pa...
Aug 22 2017
Sport

Deniliquin Netball Association grand final draw

Deniliquin Netball Association grand final draw for tomorrow night at Memorial Park.. Draw, 5pm (duty - committee): E grade - RSL Minis v IGA Juniors; E grade - Deni Lambs v DNA U11 Reps; D grade - Rams U13 v Bennett’s.. Umpires: G Danckert, O

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Contributor
Aug 22 2017
Sport

Tough day on court

THE Rochester Netball Club had a tough day against Echuca away on Saturday, coming away with only one win for the day.. The under 17s started strong against a solid Echuca side, defenders Rosy Miechel and Zali Hocking had to work hard against tall

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Jess Gledhill
Aug 22 2017
Sport

Positive outlook for 2018

After a much improved season this year, netball at Tatura is looking positive.. Molly Boyle has committed to another year, with ace Emma Ryan joining her as co-coach of the A-grade and under-17 sides next season.. Having brought the Bulldogs their

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Lauren Bordin
Aug 22 2017
News

Love your neighbour as you love yourself

I was quizzed this week on my comments about ‘loving yourself’.. While feeling a little chastised, I also felt the understanding of scripture sometimes is unclear.. So, let me be a little clearer.. “And one of them, a lawyer, asked

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Contributor
Aug 22 2017
Sport

Buncha teams claim top...

Both Buncha sides had big wins in the Deniliquin & District Pool Competition last Wednesday night.. Buncha Two, who sit on top of the ladder, claimed a massive 9-1 win over Coach House, while Buncha One smashed their way to second spot with an

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Jamie Lowe
Aug 22 2017
News

Shire’s animal...

CAMPASPE ranked 34th of Victoria’s 79 local council areas for animal cruelty reports, placing it 19th on a per capita basis.. The data comes after a list of hotspots on the issue was released by RSPCA Victoria.. RSPCA Victoria received 10,180

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Campaspe News
Aug 22 2017
Sport

Roos twos’ best...

Deni Rovers’ reserves had their best performance of the year when downing Strathmerton by 13 points in a qualifying final on Saturday.. The win will see the Roos play a home final against minor premier Picola United for a chance to win their

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Jamie Lowe
Aug 22 2017
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Horticulture

Coolstore expected to increase Ardmona jobs

A $7million coolstore and packing shed project that is estimated to provide up to 100 jobs in peak season and up to 50 in the off-season is planned for construction in Ardmona.. The planned coolstore and packing shed is set to be located on a site

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Rodney Woods
Aug 22 2017
News

Win a family pass to the Great Outdoor and 4x4 Expo

The Great Outdoor Expo is owned and organised by Richard and Carol Hiscock, who have a combined 35 years experience in the exhibition and event industry.. The team brings you a range of exhibitors showing off all things outdoors! To learn more check

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Shepparton News
Aug 22 2017
News

From eyesore to art project

Although now becoming more common around Australia, using grain silos as canvases for art was perhaps not something that immediately came to people’s minds in the past when faced with the 30m-high concrete structures.. But one man saw the

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Alana Christe...
Aug 22 2017
Livestock

Project to beef up leadership

A $1.9million leadership project will aim to equip those in the grassfed beef sector with skills to undertake industry leadership roles.. The Building Capacity in the Grassfed Beef Industry project, supported by Meat and Livestock Australia, will

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Shepparton News
Aug 22 2017
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World first soon available

The latest move by Case IH to make the lives of Australian producers easier will be unveiled at this month’s AgQuip.. The company has announced the world’s first articulated tractor with continuously variable transmission (CVT) will soon

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Shepparton News
Aug 22 2017
Dairy

Proud win for passionate young farmer

Dairy farmer Jason Smith has won this year’s Kondinin Group and ABC Rural National Young Farmer of The Year award.. Mr Smith said he was proud of the win, but did not feel like the best young farmer in Australia.. ‘‘I have made

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Shepparton News
Aug 22 2017
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Ute show on at Stanhope

The Stanhope Ute Show is returning next month, with plenty to do for all ages.. The day will commence at 8am with a barbecue breakfast, and the ute show component will begin from 10am.. Last year’s event had more than 50 utes and 100 people in

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Shepparton News
Aug 22 2017
Dairy

Cheesy opening at Stanhope

Out of the ashes of a fire, and from the bottom of an old dam, a new high-technology factory has arisen at Stanhope.. Fonterra has built a $140million export-driven cheese plant after a fire two-and-a-half years ago ripped through the old cheese

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Geoff Adams
Aug 22 2017
Dairy

Murray Goulburn announces results for the year ended 30...

Murray Goulburn Co-operative Co. Limited (MG) today announced financial results for the full year ended 30 June 2017 (FY17).. Revenue in MG’s Dairy Foods segment declined by 8.0 percent to $1,221 million. This result was largely driven by

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Shepparton News
Aug 22 2017
Dairy

Katunga dairy...

Despite having the equal best Jersey herd and second best Holstein herd in Australia according to the latest Australian Breeding Values, Katunga dairy farmer Daryl Hoey remains a humble man.. Having maintained the title of best Jersey herd for more

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Alana Christe...
Aug 22 2017
News

Review finds Victorian...

Industry practices, a market that doesn’t benefit consumers and the current competition structure are driving up Victoria’s electricity and gas prices, an independent review has found.. Tabled in State Parliament last week, the report

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Alana Christe...
Aug 22 2017
News

Recycling drums is a...

A celebration of the 30millionth chemical container collected by Agsafe’s national drumMUSTER program was held at a Cosgrove property last week.. The program, which started in 1999, allows farmers to drop off unwanted, empty chemical

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Rodney Woods
Aug 22 2017
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New laws following Dreamworld disaster

The Queensland government plans to implement all 58 recommendations of an audit following the Dreamworld theme park ride accident last year.

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AAP News
Aug 23 2017
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ADF says determined to stamp out abuse

The Australian Defence Force says it has undertaken significant work to improve in the child safety area after historical and recent child sex abuse cases.

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AAP News
Aug 23 2017
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Xenophon seeks MP interests audit

Members of the federal parliament should face an audit of their pecuniary interests, says crossbench senator Nick Xenophon.

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AAP News
Aug 23 2017
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Palmer to fight asset freeze in court

Businessman Clive Palmer is due to appear in the Brisbane Supreme Court in a bid to stop government-appointed liquidators from freezing his assets.

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AAP News
Aug 23 2017
News

Maths and science courses hit in uni cuts

Universities Australia's analysis of the federal government's proposed funding cuts finds maths and science courses will bear the brunt.

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AAP News
Aug 23 2017
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Woolworths expected to show strong growth

Woolworths full-year profit and sales results, due on Wednesday, are expected to show strong growth in a sign the supermaket giant has gained more market share.

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AAP News
Aug 23 2017
News

Trump to be greeted by large protests

President Donald Trump is expected to be greeted by large protests in his first trip to Arizona since he won the 2016 election.

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AAP News
Aug 23 2017
News

Barcelona cell had planned big bomb attack

One of the suspects in the Barcelona van attack and an assault in the town of Cambrils has told a court the terrorist cell had planned to use explosives.

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AAP News
Aug 23 2017
News

Shorten rejects citizenship papers demand

If the prime minister wants to cast accusations of British citizenship he should provide the proof, says Bill Shorten.

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AAP News
Aug 22 2017
News

Lebanon says terror plot could have worked

Australian authorities are refusing to explain Lebanon's different version of a thwarted Sydney Airport terror plot.

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AAP News
Aug 22 2017
News

Dramatic scenes as youths re-arrested

There have been dramatic scenes at the Youth Court in Adelaide with three teenagers released and then re-arrested over a fatal crash.

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AAP News
Aug 22 2017
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