MOAMA Netball Club has captured its first A grade Murray Netball League flag, breaking a 30-year drought with a 10-goal triumph over Tongala on Saturday.. There wasn’t a dry eye among players and supporters at Rumbalara’s Mercury Sports
A DISTRICT farmer who lit a fire that got away during a fire danger period has been put on a good behaviour bond.. The 60-year-old pleaded guilty in Echuca Magistrates Court on Tuesday to lighting a fire during a fire danger period.. The court heard
ECHUCA UNITED overcame a shaky start against Congupna in the 17-and-under grand final at Mercury Sports Complex on Saturday to take out the 2017 premiership.. The Eagles fought back from a three-goal deficit at quarter time to take the eventual win
ECHUCA-MOAMA and Deniliquin will co-host a massive Holden clearing sale that could see prices skyrocket past seven figures on the back of two rare models – a 1948 Holden FX and a 1970 Holden GTS Monaro with only 313 miles on the clock.. The
MOAMA’S under 14s suffered a heartbreaking, nine-point defeat in the Murray Football League grand final at Rumbalara on Saturday.. The young Mowers played a phenomenal game to push Numurkah right to the edge before the Blues kicked two goals
AN ECHUCA man who committed a string of burglaries across Echuca has been jailed for 16 months.. Phillip Bell, 33, was sentenced with a non-parole period of nine months in Echuca Magistrates Court earlier this month.. He pleaded guilty to a raft of
Deniliquin croquet player Darren McLoughlin contested the Australian InterState Shield Golf Croquet tournament in Brisbane recently.. Competing in the five day tournament from September 6 to September 10, McLoughlin played 30 games of croquet for
Tatura Hot Bread has had its most successful year to date when it comes to bakery awards, recently taking out 13 prizes at the Great Aussie Pie Competition in Darling Harbour, Sydney.. ‘‘It’s been our best year yet
Everywhere I look around, I can feel it. Can you feel it?. Spring has finally arrived and apart from dive-bombing magpies there is a wonderful atmosphere abounding with more daylight, new leaves and flowers blossoming, new-born ducklings scurrying
The Deniliquin Lawn Tennis Club is about to close off the lists for the spring competition that begins on Saturday, October 7.. This comp will be played on Saturday afternoons and will run for 11 weeks, with the grand final played on December 16
THE fate of further Murray Goulburn factories closing is up in the air as the company tries to optimise factory efficiencies in the face of an exodus of milk suppliers.. The company reported a 21 per cent reduction in milk intake last financial
With organisers busily preparing for the second annual TatFest next year, they are encouraging locals to plant a pumpkin ahead of the big event.. The event is run by the Lions Club of Tatura and event organiser Malcolm Campbell said there would be
It was another night of celebrations for the Deniliquin High School Class of 2017 on Friday evening, with the traditional Year 12 Formal held at the Deniliquin RSL Club.. The Formal is the final school-organised activity for the year group before
A fantastic season from Amelia Seignior saw her claim a second best and fairest medal for the year on Sunday, collecting the newly named Jodie Sefton Medal for the club’s A grade best and fairest.. A week earlier the talented mid-courter also
ROCHESTER Netball Club has added a fresh face to the helm for 2018.. B grade defender and 2017 vice-captain Linda Rasmussen has signed on as head coach with Clare Shalders deciding to take a step back at the end of the season.. Rasmussen came to
NSW Deputy Premier John Barilaro (pictured) will be a special guest at the Deniliquin Ute Muster on Friday.. Mr Barilaro’s office yesterday confirmed his appearance, where he will conduct the two-day event’s official opening.. This will
John Anstee capped off a brilliant first season at the Deni Rams by claiming the Alan Graham Medal for best and fairest at the club’s presentation day on Sunday.. Held at the Rams’ clubrooms, the key defender notched up an impressive 155
Troubled dairy processor Murray Goulburn has confirmed it has had approaches from a number of suitors interested in either buying some assets or taking over the whole co-operative. "These proposals have ranged from the sale of certain assets to
Kerang’s Andre Henry has become the first recipient of the Nuffield Australian Alumni Scholarship, this year named in honour of Max Jelbart.. Mr Henry, who is supported by Australian Processing Tomato Growers, plans to investigate alternative
Kyabram’s water tower could be set for a facelift if some residents get their way.. A number of community members, including Allan Weeks and Mary Bowman, have got together to drum up support to freshen up the Albion St tower.. Having come up
Elders Euroa agent Joe Allen is off to the Royal Sydney Easter Show next year after finishing runner-up in the 2017 ALPA Victorian Young Auctioneers Competition.. Mr Allen, who has a background in sheep and cropping, said he was ready for what was
Significant numbers of mice present across regions of southern NSW suggests an early start to breeding, prompted in part by a warm and dry winter and last year’s high stubble load.. The Grains Research and Development Corporation invests in
A snapshot of river health in the north central catchment region has found a number of rivers and streams are in poor ecological health.. About 50 volunteers measured the condition of the Little Murray River, Loddon River, Gunbower Creek and
Kyabram dairy company Kyvalley Dairy Group has received the 2017 Family Business Australia Victorian Hall of Fame award.. The announcement came as part of last week’s National Family Business Day celebrations and recognises family businesses
The federal parliament’s committee inquiring into irrigation efficiency has wrapped up its public hearings without coming near northern Victoria.. The last public hearing was in Griffith on September 15.. The committee has declined invitations
The Euroa Show and Shine is back again this weekend.. Together with the event’s major sponsor, Shannons Insurance, organisers have focused on presenting some of the best cars, bikes and other ‘‘things with engines’’ to
When it comes time for the showgirl competitions on agricultural days, it’s often the Miss Showgirl entrants than get plenty of the focus.. However in recent years, younger girls have been throwing their hat in the ring to compete for a title
Dairy farmers are being crushed under the weight of power prices, with climbing power bills impacting their ability to stay competitive.. The rising cost of electricity has hit farmers hard, with Australian Dairy Council figures claiming that dairy
The federal government is heaping pressure on the states - especially NSW and Victoria - to free up gas developments to ensure long-term domestic supply.
Ahead of fans flocking to the MCG, Melbourne Aquarium's penguins are waddling to work out if the Adelaide Crows or Richmond Tigers will take the (fish) cake.
Aviation experts will spend days examining a southern Queensland turf farm where an instructor and his student died after their plane crashed nose-first.
The parents of a United States man who was arrested in North Korea have called the rogue nation terrorists and say they tortured their son.
The WA Police Union has told members to resume full duties after a legal directive from Commissioner Chris Dawson ordering them against industrial action.
The Commonwealth will argue that One Nation senator Malcolm Roberts and former Greens senator Scott Ludlam were ineligible to run for parliament last year.
A pension form error was made by a public servant, not by a NSW man accused of murdering his wife, his barrister has told a jury.
A man accused of murdering a Korean woman in Brisbane almost four years ago told police he had been waiting his "whole life" to kill someone, a court has heard.
More Australians are splashing out on "meaningful experiences" such as concert tickets, the theatre, hotel stays and eating out rather than retail goods, according to new data released by National Australia Bank.. NAB's Customer
Former One Nation senator Rod Culleton is representing himself at a trial in Perth and has been warned to stay on track.