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November 04, 2017

POLICE are investigating a burglary at a Koondrook home last month.

Koondrook burglary

POLICE are investigating a burglary at a Koondrook home last month.

Thieves entered the Arbuthnot St home between October 13 and 20 and stolen various property.

Police are appealing for information into the burglary and urge anyone with information to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800333000.

Unregistered, false registration plates

A COHUNA man has been fined for driving offences after being stopped by police last week.

The 23-year-old was stopped about 9.20am on Wednesday while driving in King Edward St, Cohuna.

Checks revealed the vehicle was unregistered and displaying false registration plates.

The man was issued with penalty notices for both offences.

On the same day about 2pm, a 28-year-old Koondrook man was arrested over firearms and property related offences.

The man was released and is expected to appear at court at a later date.

More help needed

IT IS time for the next Baking From The Heart day.

Because numbers were down on the last bake day, the Echuca Neighbourhood House team is desperate for more people to get on board.

Interested people should call ENH before baking to check for dietary requirements.

The day is on Monday with drop off between 8am-10.30am at ENH, 261 High St.

For information, phone 54826914 or email [email protected]

MRC supports Southern 80

MURRAY River Council will provide $5000 to the 2018 Southern 80, plus in-kind contributions.

Council received a request from the Moama Water Sports Club to sponsor the annual event next year.

Council has sponsored the event every year for the past 13 years with cash and in-kind contributions such as traffic management, road safety initiatives and waste management.

More than 50,000 people gather for the event which brings significant economic benefit to Echuca-Moama and region.

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