Sport

Saker stars in scorcher

Benalla Bushrangers vice-captain Rob Saker put his body in the firing line for the club during the match against Delatite on Saturday.. Saker was the Bushies’ top performer with the bat, bashing his way to 70 runs, which included six

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Fraser Walker...
Nov 18 2017
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Flood plan comment sought

The Goulburn Broken Regional Floodplain Management Strategy is now out for public comment.. The development of the draft strategy was co-ordinated by Goulburn Broken CMA in partnership with the eight local councils in the catchment, traditional

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The Telegraph
Nov 18 2017
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Letters to the editor

Bill introduced. Last week the following bills were introduced to the Victorian Parliament. which may be of interest to readers:. ●Service Victoria Bill 2017;. ●State Taxation Acts Further Amendment Bill 2017; and. ●Water and Catchment

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Benalla Ensign
Nov 18 2017
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Dedication for soldiers’ nurse

Led by Seymour identity Colonel Jan McCarthy ARRC (Ret), a group visited Mansfield Cemetery recently to dedicate a plaque to Agnes Wotherspoon King.. The group included members of the Returned and Servicewomen’s Sub Branch and the Returned and

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The Telegraph
Nov 18 2017
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Bridge work chaos

Havoc is being created on Bridge St with the present construction work being performed on the Broken River Bridge.. The work being undertaken by VicRoads is resulting in traffic banking up both sides of the bridge with one lane being closed at

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Benalla Ensign
Nov 18 2017
Sport

Play Pink Stumps Day...

With summer just around the corner the McGrath Foundation is calling on Victorian residents to step up to the crease by registering to host a Pink Stumps Day cricket match.. Pink Stumps Day, endorsed by Cricket Australia, lets cricket clubs

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The Telegraph
Nov 18 2017
Sport

Success spurs earlier...

Female football in the Goulburn Valley has taken another leap forward with the announcement of a new competition beginning next year.. The MBCM Northern Country Women’s League will separate for 2018 with AFL Goulburn Murray and AFL Central

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Benalla Ensign
Nov 18 2017
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Bill offers some dignity

(The Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill) if introduced, will allow an extra dimension for consideration by and on behalf of those who are dying.. It is good to hear Jaclyn Symes and Steph Ryan voicing their concerns, but where are the voices of the olds?

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The Telegraph
Nov 18 2017
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Gigs appeal

The North East Artisans (NEA) Gallery Gigs are proving a huge success in showcasing local musicians and drawing popular acts from across the country.. Michaela Alexander, who is a volunteer at NEA, has been organising live music acts at the gallery

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Benalla Ensign
Nov 18 2017
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Online presence

It’s official — Seymour’s new website is now live.. After nine months of planning, www. seymourvictoria. com. au was launched at the Royal Hotel last Friday night.. Spearheaded by Bruce Johnstone, a fourth-year environmental science

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Gus McCubbing
Nov 18 2017
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Garden funds announced

State Member for Northern Victoria Jaclyn Symes has announced funding for Benalla P-12 College to build a new playground and sensory garden.. Ms Symes visited the college’s Faithfull St campus last Wednesday and met with students and staff to

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Benalla Ensign
Nov 18 2017
Sport

Weather is mixed bag

AVENEL. What a difference a week makes — at least where the weather is concerned.. Last Tuesday there was no pennant, as it was the Melbourne Cup Day.. On Saturday both sides played at home in sunny conditions, a stark contrast to the week

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The Telegraph
Nov 18 2017
Sport

Fruit for athletes

Seymour Little Athletics Centre athletes will be well fueled this season, with Coles donating four boxes of bananas each week.. The season has kicked off and runs each Friday night, and world champion athlete Sally Pearson has urged any budding

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The Telegraph
Nov 18 2017
Sport

Win sees Wallabies gain upper hand

With only two matches left to play in the Benalla Table Tennis Club’s spring competition, many sides are producing outstanding games on the run home to the finals in December.. In A-grade action, Wallabies produced a stunning performance to

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Benalla Ensign
Nov 18 2017
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Riding for Justin

Kicking off Justin’s Day this weekend, a family-friendly motorbike club will ride from the Royal Hotel in Seymour to raise money for melanoma cancer research and to support local families under palliative care.. The ride, led by social group

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Gus McCubbing
Nov 18 2017
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Give riders space

A new Transport Accident Commission campaign is calling on drivers to ensure the safety of cyclists on the road by slowing down and allowing enough space when passing.. The campaign urges drivers to ‘‘give the space to ride

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The Telegraph
Nov 18 2017
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Shade grants now...

Local politicians are encouraging shady-behaviour from schools, sports clubs and community groups in Benalla.. State Member for Euroa Steph Ryan is encouraging not-for-profit organisations to apply for grants of up to $50000 to build, repair or

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Benalla Ensign
Nov 18 2017
News

Late-night coaches

Residents looking to catch some Melbourne nightlife will soon have more choice, with new Friday and Saturday night coaches on the Seymour line from November 24.. A new 11pm coach from Seymour to Melbourne will stop at Kilmore and Wallan on request

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The Telegraph
Nov 18 2017
News

Choose your skip...

Spring is renovation season, and as residents are busy redecorating and building, the incidences of illegal dumping tend to increase.. Environment Protection Authority Victoria said far too many skip bin loads of renovation waste went missing during

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The Telegraph
Nov 18 2017
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