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Andrew Johnston

MOMENTS.. They define why we watch sport.. I’ve been watching football a long time now and been lucky enough to see some pretty emotional moments in our game.. As my editor did on Monday I’m going to — in no particular order

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Riverine Herald
Apr 19 2018
Lifestyle

Library’s ready to soak up some sun

MORE thank 300 solar panels have been installed on the Echuca library.. Campaspe Shire Council now have 368 panels on the library and the council is inviting the community to celebrate the launch on Monday, April 23.. Mayor Adrian Weston said the

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Riverine Herald
Apr 19 2018
Sport

Road trip into Arctic weather

Netball. U15s — Echuca 46 def. Seymour 28. It was an early morning trip down the road to Seymour on Saturday for Echuca netballers.. Winter let them know it was just around the corner at 8.30am.. The girls were switched on early with a great

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Riverine Herald
Apr 19 2018
Lifestyle

Learn how to do it in digital at your business

A SERIES of business skills workshops will be held in Echuca, Rochester and Kyabram throughout April and May.. The workshops cover a range of topics including creating effective digital content, marketing and Facebook for business.. The workshops

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Riverine Herald
Apr 19 2018
News

Listen, we’ve changed dates

TORRENTIAL rain has forced the grand opening of Girgarre’s Gargarro Soundshell back a week.. Originally scheduled for last weekend, the opening will now take place Saturday night.. Junkestra composer Graeme Leak has assured everyone it’s

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Riverine Herald
Apr 19 2018
Sport

Bowls report

Rich River. The club’s 21-up competition is now completed with Liz Easther defeating Rose Wheeler.. After a close match, the Rich River Ladies Championship Pairs winners are Rose Wheeler and Jan Hocken with Liz Easther and Marg Young

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Riverine Herald
Apr 19 2018
News

Subway signs: Kagome cracks another big supplier agreement

ECHUCA tomato processor Kagome has been appointed a supplier for Subway.. Tomatoes grown in the fertile soils of Echuca will make more than 1.5 million kilograms of the chain’s famous marinara sauce from this month. About 3.5 million kilograms

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Riverine Herald
Apr 19 2018
News

Drowsy is bad, but dumb decisions are a lot worse

‘‘WE WOULD rather serve you a cuppa than cut you out of your car.”. That was the simple message from Echuca SES Controller Ian Marriott.. He and all SES volunteers know fatigue is one of the biggest killers on Australian roads

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Riverine Herald
Apr 19 2018
Sport

Game On - Episode 5

This week on Game On.. We bring you all the football, scores and news of the weekend.. We catch up with the reigning premiers Moama about their netball season.. Liam Jon Guinan stops by for the footy tipping.. And Jordan Ives talks about his season

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Riverine Herald
Apr 18 2018
News

Theft at Moama work site

MOAMA police are investigating the theft of about $1000 worth of goods at a work site in Moama on the weekend.. Thieves accessed some machinery at the 11 Mile rest area on the Cobb Hwy and stole tools, 250 litres of fuel and a UHF radio overnight

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Riverine Herald
Apr 18 2018
Sport

Magpies swoop in

Netball. Under 11s — Moama 3 lost to Mulwala 5. GREAT effort from the Moama netballers on the weekend.. Everyone tried their best, but unfortunately it didn’t go their way.. Awards went to Emily Lake and Willow Clark, but with everyone

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Riverine Herald
Apr 18 2018
Lifestyle

Support for students and study

STUDY support is now available through the Gannawarra Library Service — libraries manager Kerri Sidorow said they are now offering free homework support for students through Studiosity.. “Hundreds of libraries, schools and universities

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Riverine Herald
Apr 18 2018
News

Suddenly Girgarre’s going gangbusters

A $20 MILLION bio-conversion facility could soon call Girgarre home.. The proposed facility is expected to bring 55 full-time jobs to the area and process more than 50,000 tonnes of organic matter each year.. The project is the latest in a host of

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Riverine Herald
Apr 18 2018
Sport

Eagles beat Blues

Netball. A BIG thank you to Echuca United’s sponsors this week, including Charcoal Chicken, Echuca Paramount, ENWH (Echuca Nail Wax and Hair), McDonald’s, ATS (All Tyre Supplies), KFC, De Trazani Hair, Subway, Petstock, Nifty’s

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Riverine Herald
Apr 18 2018
Lifestyle

Nothing is a patch on Echuca’s South Fabrics

SOUTH Fabrics Echuca is a well known name in the patchworking community.. Customers travel from as far as Shepparton, Deniliquin, Bendigo and Cohuna to see the wide range of fabrics available.. But not nearly as far as Elizabeth Taylor travelled

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Riverine Herald
Apr 18 2018
Sport

Time to learn footy, netball

ECHUCA United’s next Dustin Martin or Caitlin Bassett could be discovered at the Net Set GO and Auskick programs which kick off at Echuca South Recreation Reserve on Friday from 5pm.. Net Set GO is Netball Australia’s only junior entry

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Riverine Herald
Apr 18 2018
Lifestyle

If you need stock for your pet, try Petstock

NESTLED on the Northern Hwy, you will not find a happier shop than Petstock Echuca.. All are welcome inside — even your pets.. Originally not a local herself, owner Terrill Westwood had been holidaying in Echuca since she was a teenager before

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Riverine Herald
Apr 18 2018
Sport

Raiders find it tough on road

THE Moama Echuca Border Raiders were downed in emphatic fashion by Strathdale on Sunday.. Travelling away to Strathdale for the first game of their Bendigo Amateur Soccer League season, the Raiders were pounded 5-1 by a superior home side.. Raiders

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Riverine Herald
Apr 18 2018
News

Walsh promises road cash

AN ELECTED Coalition government has pledged to fix country roads and save country lives.. Opposition Leader Matthew Guy, Leader of The Nationals and Member for Murray Plains Peter Walsh and Shadow Roads and Infrastructure Minister David Hodgett

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Riverine Herald
Apr 18 2018
Sport

Gold for Wright

GOLD has been struck by Echuca-Moama athletes at the Special Olympics Australia National Games in Adelaide.. Although the Special Olympics Australia website had not been updated by the time of publishing last night, families travelling with the 11

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Riverine Herald
Apr 18 2018
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