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Shearer Snow a local legend

Mathoura lost a kingpin of our community this week with the passing of long-term local, Harry ‘Snow’ O’Connor.. What do you say about a man who was small in stature but had a heart as big as Texas?. Family was his first love

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Eileen Day
Aug 18 2017
Sport

Blighty Under 15s player profiles

Kelsey Hislop (GK, GD): A strong defender, and always gets the much needed intercepts in high pressure situations.. Emmaline Weir (GD): A midcourt turned defender late this year and has slotted into the position perfectly. Her speed and agility are

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Contributor
Aug 18 2017
News

Walk to support awareness

Benalla Health, which runs the community Parkinson’s Disease support group, is pleased to support this year’s A Walk in the Park event for Parkinson’s awareness.. Thousands of people will descend on Melbourne’s Federation

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Benalla Ensign
Aug 18 2017
News

Have your say on fuel

MEMBER for Murray Plains Peter Walsh has urged families and businesses to make their voices heard in a parliamentary inquiry into regional fuel prices.. Nationals and Liberal MPs fought hard to establish the inquiry, which will work to provide

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Kyabram Free ...
Aug 18 2017
News

Hit and run...

Police wish to speak to the owner of a dark blue coloured ute alleged to have been involved in a ‘hit and run’ in Deniliquin on Monday.. The car was reportedly being driven west along Sloane St, about 4.40pm, when it allegedly collided

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Deniliquin Pa...
Aug 18 2017
Entertainment

Only 20 tickets left...

The scandalous Lola Montez has caught the eye of Deniliquin locals, with only a handful of tickets still available for the outrageous showgirl’s production to be held tonight.. At the time of going to print yesterday, there were just 20

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Deniliquin Pa...
Aug 18 2017
Sport

Five Redeyes in...

Blighty has five sides in Picola League netball finals this season.. Blighty’s third-placed A grade side will take on second-placed Deni Rovers this Saturday in Mathoura.. Play starts from 2pm and the match is expected to be hotly contested

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Delaney Couro...
Aug 18 2017
Sport

Saints out, but not down

Benalla Saints’ season is over after falling to Bendigo Thunder in the Northern Country Women’s Football League grand final on Sunday.. The Saints went into the match as underdogs after the Thunder beat all sides put before them during

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Benalla Ensign
Aug 18 2017
News

Umpire pathway

Fifteen-year-old football umpire Lachlan Wright is back at school after a stint on the boundary line in Perth.. Lachlan was one of 10 umpires selected to represent Victoria at the School Sport Australia (SSA) under-15 football championships held in

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Lewis Fischer
Aug 18 2017
Sport

Juniors carve a win from Quarry Hill

IT was a top of the ladder showdown on Saturday with the Junior Saints football team heading to Quarry Hill for a must win game before finals.. The huge crowd was pumped with nerves but it was the entire team who stood tall, giving it their all and

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The McIvor Ti...
Aug 18 2017
News

Big ideas ready for...

DO YOU know a little person in Kyabram with a big idea?. Because — depending how big, of course — that idea might get them to NASA in the US.. Biomedical engineer, humanitarian, technology futurist, inventor and award-winning documentary

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Kyabram Free ...
Aug 18 2017
News

Charlie’s star...

Deni Rams junior footballer Charlie Hillier had one of his greatest experiences last Friday, meeting most of the Sydney Swans AFL side.. He was in Sydney for the NSW PSSA National Carnival team’s jumper presentation and photo day, and the 11

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Jamie Lowe
Aug 18 2017
Sport

Hunt claims win with...

Josh Hunt shot a one over par round to record 39 points and win the A grade stableford event on Saturday.. There was an excellent field of 87 players. Scores were high in B and C grades, with respective winners Norm Purtill and Ron Aitken winning

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Deniliquin Pa...
Aug 18 2017
Sport

Hawks start slow but seal win

After an excruciatingly slow start, Barooga finally showed its determination to take the points in its game at Rumbalara on Saturday.. Coming back from behind was definitely not the plan and the team had to slip into top gear to regain control of

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Courier Cobram
Aug 18 2017
News

Kids learn about oral health - Simon Ruppert

The tooth fairy visited excited pupils at Ride Avenue Pre-School last Tuesday to promote oral hygiene as part of Dental Health Week.. The school was taking part in the Smiles 4 Miles (S4M) program which is an initiative of Dental Health Services

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Benalla Ensign
Aug 18 2017
News

Art Beyond the Divide on again

The annual Art Beyond the Divide exhibition is on again from August 25 to 27.. The exhibition of art works will open at Seymour’s GOTAFE campus, in Wallis St, on the Friday night and will continue through until Sunday.. This is the sixth year

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The Telegraph
Aug 18 2017
News

Learn about dangers of...

LOCALS can learn all about cannabis, ice and alcohol tomorrow night at a free community information evening.. Hosted by the Waranga Medical Centre, the session aims to shed light on the dangers of drug abuse and the help available.. Clinical

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Kyabram Free ...
Aug 18 2017
News

Muster theft

Two wheelbarrows and a television have been allegedly stolen from the Ute Muster site on Conargo Rd, Deniliquin.. Police say the theft is believed to have taken place between Friday, August 11 and Tuesday, August 15. Anyone with information is asked

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Deniliquin Pa...
Aug 18 2017
Sport

Clay Target Club to...

Deniliquin Clay Target Club will host its annual ‘Cancer Shoot’ this Sunday.. This year the club will be donating to Deniliquin’s CanAssist branch, and would like to see all as many as possible past and present members in

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Contributor
Aug 18 2017
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