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Coaches replacing trains on the Seymour line

A friendly reminder that due to works on the CityLink Tulla Widening Project, coaches will be replacing some evening trains on the Seymour line between Tuesday July 25 and Thursday July 27. . Remember to allow an extra 25 minutes on your journeys

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The Telegraph
Jul 24 2017
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Umpire allegedly assaulted in the KDFL

A VETERAN football umpire was pushed to the ground and the Kyabram District Football League reserves match he was adjudicating was abandoned at the weekend.. The Saturday match between Ardmona and Rushworth was called off at quarter time after

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Kyabram Free ...
Jul 24 2017
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Car runs into shop

Police were needed to direct traffic in Rochester today after a car went through the front window of Malee House Traditional Thai Massage.. Apparently a female driver mistook the accelerator for the brake and shot onto the footpath in Mackay St and

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Campaspe News
Jul 22 2017
Sport

Panthers rapt with win

The Benalla All Blacks have broken the spell cast upon them at the start of the season.. They narrowly beat North Wangaratta away on Saturday for their maiden victory of the year.. Until the Panthers’ 41-39 victory over the Hawks, the side had

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Fraser Walker...
Jul 22 2017
Sport

Hotshots 'Smashed'

Deniliquin Badminton Club’s winter competition returned following the school holiday break on Monday.. There was a big contingent of substitute players for the night.. The first match saw an overwhelming win for Smashers who defeated Hotshots

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Contributor
Jul 22 2017
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Murray Irrigation...

Graduate engineers have had the opportunity to gain invaluable experience working on the biggest asset renewal program the Riverina region has seen in 50 years.. Since the beginning of the Private Irrigation Infrastructure Operators Program (PIIOP)

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Southern Rive...
Jul 22 2017
Sport

Goorambat survives...

Goorambat escaped Moyhu with a win by the skin of their teeth on Saturday.. The Bats travelled to sixth-placed Moyhu with the chance of rising up the Ovens and King Football League to third.. But that would not be the case, as the hosts put up

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Benalla Ensign
Jul 22 2017
Sport

James' finish first and second

Twenty players braved the bleak afternoon on Sunday for croquet. There were only two three-game winners with John James scoring 25 and his wife Mary scoring 24.. Eleven players had good scores despite losing one game. Gwen Pearn had 26 and young

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Contributor
Jul 22 2017
News

Rural women’s program to inspire innovative thinking

A new community led women’s program teaching skills in innovative thinking has been launched.. Its aim is to solve the pressing issues facing regional areas.. To launch the program, a group of passionate community members met to establish the

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Southern Rive...
Jul 22 2017
News

Water sharing plans extended

Seven water sharing plans nearing the end of the 10 year terms will be extended to allow for a review, Department of Primary Industries Water acting deputy director general Dr Christobel Ferguson has announced.. She said the Lower Gwydir, Upper and

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Southern Rive...
Jul 22 2017
News

New managers at...

Neil Talbot and Daryl King are the new faces of Tocumwal restaurant Kelly’s Bistro.. From Melbourne, the duo are managers of the popular Hennessy St business, with Mr Talbot also taking on the role as head chef.. Mr King said the

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Southern Rive...
Jul 22 2017
Sport

Netballers upskill...

Keen young netballers from across the region descended in Seymour Wednesday for a netball clinic led by some of the state’s best players.. The best and brightest netball stars were at Seymour Sports and Aquatic Centre to coach the school

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Lewis Fischer
Jul 22 2017
Sport

Worthogs fall in...

Rams claimed another Deniliquin Stadium basketball premiership after defeating Watters Worthogs in a thriller on Wednesday night.. In front of a vocal crowd, the two teams put on an impressive display despite a low scoring game.. Scores were tight

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Jamie Lowe
Jul 22 2017
News

Solar proposal

A $220 million solar farm has been proposed for the Finley area.. Australian solar farm developer ESCO Pacific flagged its intention for the proposal last week, and will hold a community consultation session in Finley tomorrow.. The solar farm is

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Southern Rive...
Jul 22 2017
News

Avoid winter vehicle accidents

We’re now in the thick of winter weather, which has prompted the TAC to call on drivers to slow down and adapt to more hazardous conditions.. TAC road safety director Samantha Cockfield said the wintry conditions magnified the dangers of

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The Telegraph
Jul 22 2017
Sport

Well earned ‘Hi Suppose’

Hi Suppose, second at her first two starts last year, broke through for a well deserved win at Mildura on Monday.. The Echuca filly ridden by Bradley Vale was too strong for her rivals in the Maiden Plate (1300m).. Hi Suppose ($4.50) held fourth

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Jim Zealley
Jul 22 2017
News

Many degrees of...

Rebecca Board runs a successful cleaning business.. She even has a number of employees that work with her.. Success by definition shouldn’t come overnight but more often than not people face additional barriers when living in regional areas

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Lewis Fischer
Jul 22 2017
News

Lifeballers’ catch-up

Jerilderie’s Lifeball group might still be in recess until sometime in August, but that doesn’t stop them from enjoying their once a month cuppa and get together.. Their next meeting will be at Tessa’s Coffee Shop at the Royal

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Judy Ryan
Jul 21 2017
News

Time to surrender...

Victoria Police is urging people to help in its mission to rid the community of illegal firearms and dangerous weapons by supporting their amnesty.. Victorians have three months to surrender unregistered and unwanted firearms, ammunition and weapons

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The Telegraph
Jul 21 2017
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