News

Disability inclusion

Residents are being invited to have their say on how local councils can improve the access, information and services available for people with a disability.. The Edward River and Murray River councils are developing a joint Disability Inclusion

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Deniliquin Pa...
Feb 26 2017
News

Positive change to consultation

Having a facilitator at last week’s meeting with NSW Department of Primary Industries staff in Deniliquin made effective communication on the Murray-Darling Basin Plan and other water policy possible, according to Graeme Pyle.. The Southern

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Zoe McMaugh
Feb 26 2017
Sport

Blake in boxing ring

Terry Blake will step into the ring at the inaugural Deniliquin Fight Night next month ... but not as a contender.. The Golden Rivers Boxing Club member recently achieved accreditation as a referee under the guidance of some of Australia’s leading

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Zoe McMaugh
Feb 26 2017
Opinion

Consultation frustration still lingers at local level

Sir,. To Russell Douglas (“Fight for our communities” PT 17/2/17) and Knox Durrant (Letters, PT 14/2/17) thank you for sharing your frustrations in dealing with our governments whether in the form of elected representatives of the people or our

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Contributor
Feb 25 2017
Entertainment

Piano concert

Renowned concert pianist and recording artist Donna Coleman will captivate audiences when she performs at the Deniliquin Town Hall on March 1.. Born in Philadelphia, Donna is now based in Melbourne and has established herself as a worldwide

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Deniliquin Pa...
Feb 25 2017
Sport

Stacey second in first...

Stacey Metcalfe is a name to remember after a second placing with her first Sydney ride.. The Wagga apprentice gave a faultless display on Zakynthos Regrets in the Highway Handicap, a class two race over 1100m at Rosehill on Saturday.. Zakynthos

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Feb 25 2017
News

Regional office on...

A decision on decentralising the Murray Darling Basin Authority is expected to be made within the ‘‘next couple of months’’.. In fact, chief executive officer Phillip Glyde said it may be more a case of where the new office will be located

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Zoe McMaugh
Feb 25 2017
Sport

Holmberg’s flying start to the season

Deniliquin motocross rider Leigh Holmberg has made the perfect start to the Northern Region Motocross Series.. Round one was held at Cobram on Saturday where the 22 year-old won his two races — the first by 14.7 seconds and the second by 6.7

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Deniliquin Pa...
Feb 25 2017
Entertainment

Deni Rhinos auction night

‘Bid it to win it’ at the Deni Rhinos Cricket Club’s inaugural Goods and Services Auction tomorrow night.. Held in the Memorial Park clubrooms from 7pm, a range of fantastic items will be up for grabs, including signed cricket bats, AFL

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Delaney Couro...
Feb 25 2017
News

Your local ‘tradie’ guide

Whether you’re looking to tile the bathroom, renovate the kitchen or dry clean the lounge room, the 2017 Deniliquin Trades & Services guide can help you find a local expert to get the job done.. With the right amount of expertise right here in

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Delaney Couro...
Feb 25 2017
News

Business breakfast

As part of Back to Business Week, Deniliquin Business Chamber and Edward River Council will host a ‘Breakfast with Robbie Sefton’ on Monday.. Ms Sefton is a primary producer and managing director of Sefton & Associates, which is a specialist

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Deniliquin Pa...
Feb 25 2017
Sport

Sports briefs

BADMINTON. Deniliquin Badminton results from round three played on Monday night.. Racqueteers defeated Badminators, 10 games 383 points to one game 288 points.. Three-game winners were all from Racqueteers — Troy Grant, Gabrielle Jeba, Fion

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Deniliquin Pa...
Feb 25 2017
Sport

Rhinos host ladder...

Even though the Deni Rhinos can’t make the top four, a win in their final match of the season can shape the finals make-up in the Murray Valley Cricket Association.. It’s also a chance for the in-form Deni side to prove themselves against the

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Deniliquin Pa...
Feb 25 2017
Rural

Sheep sale

Lamb numbers remained similar at 4083 head at Tuesday’s sheep sale in Deniliquin, while sheep supplies lifted to 1810 head.. Lamb quality was plainer than a fortnight ago with more first-cross types lacking shape and finish on offer.. There was

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Contributor
Feb 24 2017
Sport

Numurkah squash back on court

Young Sean McPhillamy was drafted into action as a late substitute for round three of the Numurkah Squash Club season, yet the very highly-rated Shepparton junior took no time at all to make his mark.. McPhillamy impressed a small but excitable

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Cobram Courier
Feb 24 2017
News

Journos get Deni experience

The Edward River Council area is already reaping the benefits of a visit from a group of journalists last week.. Council economic and business development manager John Harvie said even before their articles have been published, the journalists’

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Zoe McMaugh
Feb 24 2017
Sport

Bowls news

Deni Bowling Club teams for round 16 tomorrow.. Div. 1 v Echuca at Deni: W Young, C Slee, S Laing, P Chadderton (s); G Nisbet, M Freshwater, D Hessel, J Shields (s); L Hillier, T Freeman, L Franklin, C Bovell (s).. Div. 2 v Mathoura at Math (cars -

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Contributor
Feb 24 2017
News

New teacher welcomed

Cobram and District Specialist School has welcomed a new member to its staff, Joseph Nieuwenhout.. Born and bred in Yarrawonga, Mr Nieuwenhout took a different way to get into teaching, starting his professional life as a refrigeration mechanic

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Lachlan Sharp
Feb 24 2017
Entertainment

Movie, auction to...

A mystery movie night will be held tonight to raise funds for Deniliquin Hospital.. The fundraiser is part of the annual Murray to Moyne Cycle Relay, where participants will be riding 537km from Echuca to Port Fairy on April 1 and 2.. The movie

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Deniliquin Pa...
Feb 24 2017
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