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Murray Goulburn cuts 60 tanker jobs

MURRAY Goulburn will axe 60 tanker jobs at four of their sites, including Rochester.. In a letter to suppliers the cooperative said that due to the reduction in their milk intake, they need to reshape their inbound logistics (IBL) business to

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Campaspe News
Oct 17 2017
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Showing off their wheels

Beautiful sunshine greeted those who attended the annual Goulburn Valley Fins and Fenders Car Club’s annual Tatura Show and Shine on Sunday.. People travelled from across the Goulburn Valley and beyond to display or check out the amazing cars

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Shepparton News
Oct 17 2017
Sport

Deni hosts 2-day event

Deniliquin Bowling Club ladies have been busy over the past few weeks with their Annual Two Day Tournament played recently.. Ladies from throughout the region played pairs and fours over the two days.. Pairs winners were Laurelle Smith and Bev

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Contributor
Oct 17 2017
Sport

Rochy on line

ROCHESTER United tuned up for a Goulburn Murray Cricket grand final rematch against Kyabram Fire Brigade next week with a strong seven-wicket win against Tongala on Saturday.. United, missing a number of key contributors from last season’s

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Campaspe News
Oct 17 2017
Sport

Golfer was in...

Anthony Devine was desperate to win the event sponsored by his mate John Steen on Saturday.. However, the Steen day had been changed to November and the question now being asked is has Devine peaked early?. Perhaps not to worry because he won

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Shepparton News
Oct 17 2017
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Woman charged after...

A Norlane woman got more than she bargained for after giving a false name to police.. The 21-year-old was spoken to after police found her with three others loitering around Eliza Street, Seymour, at about 5am on Monday October 16.. According to the

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The Telegraph
Oct 17 2017
Sport

Peppin take early...

In the second round of the Deniliquin Lawn Tennis Club’s new competition, the two undefeated teams faced off in ideal weather conditions on Saturday.. Peppin Planners led by Lourene Liebenberg and Rob Wettenhall were able to claim a win

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Oct 17 2017
News

Tay’s Army is ready to run

AFTER the successes of the last two years, Rochester Football Netball Club will once again present this years Rochy Fun Run.. On November 26, the run will be in honour of Taylor Marrone, a local girl who is fighting to regain her strength after

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Campaspe News
Oct 17 2017
News

Chance to see council in action

Roadworks, a transport museum proposal and big ticket asks of government will all grace the Tatura-hosted Greater Shepparton City Council meeting tonight.. The only matter that has been decided for sure is that a sausage sizzle will be on hand for

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Shepparton News
Oct 17 2017
Sport

DNA spring competition round one draw

Deni Netball Association’s spring competition starts tomorrow night. Round one draw:. 5pm: Dynamite Divas v Tiny Tigers, umpires - E Ritchie, C Mitsch, Z Wahanui; Red Roo Rams v Minnies, umpires - S Hanmer, T Blake; Magpies v IGA Junior

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Oct 17 2017
News

Play it safe with pets...

SNAKES are already out and about in the region.. At Rochester veterinary practice has already seen several snake bites.. The signs of a snake bite are variable and depend on many factors.. Initially, in dogs there may be vomiting, salivation

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Campaspe News
Oct 17 2017
News

New plaque to be seen

A new plaque in honour of World War I servicemen will be unveiled at this year’s Remembrance Day Service at 11am Saturday, November 11 at Robert Mactier Memorial Gardens.. The service will also be highlighted by a shroud of more than 3000

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Shepparton News
Oct 17 2017
Sport

Deni ladies win big

Deniliquin ladies won on all rinks in both divisions in the Campaspe Valley Bowls District midweek pennant’s second round on Friday.. In Division One, Vicki O’Keefe’s team of Lynne Smith, Dawn McCulloch and Helen Anderson began the

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Contributor
Oct 17 2017
Sport

Tennis season returns in perfect conditions

SATURDAY saw perfect conditions help kick start the tennis season.. Junior and senior players took to the court for round one of both the Goulburn Murray and Campaspe tennis associations.. Campaspe Tennis Association. Junior A. Rochester 7 (5/41)

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Campaspe News
Oct 17 2017
News

Time to meet

Murchison residents will get their chance to catch up with Greater Shepparton City Council chief executive Peter Harriott and mayor Dinny Adem later this month.. Cr Adem and Mr Harriott have met with residents across the municipality in recent

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Shepparton News
Oct 17 2017
Rural

Deni flock confidence

A special store sheep sale in Deniliquin delivered a healthy endorsement for district flocks, according to Rodwells livestock agent Steve Arentz.. Mr Arentz said 12,000 sheep and lambs were offered at the Friday the 13th sale, with a large

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Deniliquin Pa...
Oct 17 2017
Sport

Deni Div. One win in a...

Deniliquin Bowling Club had a thrilling one shot win in Division One over Rochester on Saturday, however there was one unusual end in particular that had everyone talking.. The rink of David Hessell, Paul Snare, Peter Chadderton and Jamie Shields

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Contributor
Oct 17 2017
News

Man, 56, suffers...

A BAMAWM man has been taken to the Alfred Hospital with significant facial injuries after an assault in Kyabram early Friday.. Campaspe Criminal Investigation Unit is investigating the attack, which occurred in Crossthwaite Street at about 1am

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Campaspe News
Oct 17 2017
Sport

Bulldogs ready

The recent Goulburn Valley League netball season may still be visible in the rear-view mirror, but Tatura is already hitting the ground running ahead of next year’s campaign.. The Bulldogs have named Molly Boyle and Emma Ryan as A-grade

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Shepparton News
Oct 17 2017
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