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Something to Think about

IT’S only a small share, but when the galloper he has an ownership interest in collects $600,000 for a win it’s still a nice windfall — not to mention feeling.. Kyabram’s Tony Hetherington owns a few hairs in the tail of Care

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Kyabram Free ...
Jan 19 2018
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Driver’s licence suspended

A 29 year-old Deniliquin man has had his licence suspended, pending a court appearance, after being charged with alleged drink driving.. Police said a ute was stopped in Crispe St, Deniliquin about 12.20am Friday for a random breath test.. The male

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Deniliquin Pa...
Jan 19 2018
Sport

Laing wins first match of 2018

Deniliquin croquet started for 2018 on Sunday with 12 players taking part. The weather was perfect and the courts were in great shape.. Bobby Laing was the only three game winner and won the day with 23 hoops.. Six players had good scores despite

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Jan 19 2018
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Member for Murray officially resigns

Murrumbidgee councillor Austin Evans has officially resigned from council following his election as the Member for Murray.. Mr Evans (pictured) advised council at its December meeting of his intention to resign, after he won the seat of Murray

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Jan 19 2018
Sport

Magic Sunlight star

Long range plans can often go astray but not in the case of Gold Coast Magic Millions winner Sunlight.. Trainer Tony McEvoy’s meticulous planning was rewarded when his filly had a decisive two lengths margin in the $1.94 million race for two

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Jim Zealley
Jan 19 2018
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Letters to the editor

Information sought. The Benalla Historical Society is embarking on an ambitious project to collect basic information about all homes, buildings and properties within the Benalla Rural City boundaries.. With the aid of a $500 community support grant

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Benalla Ensign
Jan 19 2018
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New 'art' installation...

While Benalla is famous for its murals, Seymour was blessed with its very own form of street art this morning as a pile of trolleys was left on the corner Wimble Street and Oak Street.. A local woman, Tamara Jones, found the “trolley

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The Telegraph
Jan 19 2018
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Bank offers $5000 for next generation of ag leaders

RURAL Bank has opened applications for its 2018 national scholarship program for the next generation of agricultural leaders.. This year’s program will see an increased investment in the number of scholarships available, with up to 15 tertiary

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The McIvor Ti...
Jan 19 2018
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Grants to honour our veterans

THE state government will help northern Victoria commemorate the sacrifice of local veterans and educate the wider community about their service.. Member for Northern Victoria Mark Gepp announced the opening of three veterans grant programs that

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Kyabram Free ...
Jan 19 2018
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Council announces cricket ambassador

ABC Riverina sports broadcaster and Cricket NSW Murray Region development manager Robbie Mackinlay has been named Edward River Council’s 2018 Australia Day Ambassador.. Council Mayor Norm Brennan said Mr Mackinlay will be ‘‘front

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Contributor
Jan 19 2018
Sport

Campaspe Valley Bowls...

Deniliquin BC: Div. 1 v Mathoura (away): P Snare, L Franklin, C Bovell, S Truelsen (s); D Hessel, P Chadderton, M Freshwater, J Shields (s); R Brown, D O’Keefe, J Flisher, S Laing (s); Div. 2 v Echuca (away): G Nisbet, M Tasker, S Treble, L

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Jan 19 2018
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Funds for carers of...

The State Government is helping Victoria’s wildlife rehabilitators continue to care for sick, injured and orphaned wildlife.. Energy, Environment and Climate Change Minister Lily D’Ambrosio recently announced the launch of the 2017/18

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Benalla Ensign
Jan 19 2018
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Kids think outside the...

THEY say an apple a day keeps the doctor away.. And there’ll be no doctors in sight at Heathcote Primary School with the launch of their Healthy Lunchboxes Heathcote project.. The project aims to encourage students to consume healthy foods

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Charmayne All...
Jan 19 2018
Sport

Slice of glory for pizza pair

A CHANCE meeting ordering pizza resulted in Shepparton Golf’s John Stokes and Kyabram’s Mia Nowasad becoming the best mixed team in the Goulburn Valley.. The pair defeated Kyabram duo Rob Anset and Helen Chapman to be named the Goulburn

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Kyabram Free ...
Jan 19 2018
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Al-Anon offers family support

Al-ANON Family Groups is participating in AA’s 47th Minicon in Kyabram this Australia Day weekend.. As a support group for family members of people with an alcohol addiction, Al-Anon helps people who are living with — or have lived with

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Kyabram Free ...
Jan 19 2018
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Full cooked brekkie for Oz Day crowd

Deniliquin Rotary Club will provide its traditional full cooked breakfast at this year’s Australia Day celebrations in the Waring Gardens.. Rotary president Martin Wilmshurst said the breakfast would be available for $8, served from 8am next

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Deniliquin Pa...
Jan 19 2018
Sport

Deni in box seat

The Deni Rhinos will look to capitalise on their strong position when they head to Cobram for the second day of their round 11 two-day Murray Valley Cricket Association clash tomorrow.. The Rhinos finished day one batting out the entire 80 overs to

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Jamie Lowe
Jan 19 2018
Sport

Tennis

The Cobram Lawn Tennis Club is back in full swing after the Christmas break.. The club is holding a corporate night on Thursday, January 25, and is asking local businesses to enter teams of four people.. . There will be an award for best-dressed

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Courier Cobram
Jan 19 2018
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No help from shuffling...

THE Victorian Government recently announced it has walked away from the Commonwealth mobile black spot program, in favour of its own system.. The $11 million planned for the third round of the Commonwealth program will instead be redirected to

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Courier Cobram
Jan 19 2018
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