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Share the love

In a community strengthening initiative, Cobram Anglican Grammar School’s middle and senior school house captains, in conjunction with Anglicare, are co-ordinating the ‘Take Love’ campaign in Cobram.. Take Love is a youth

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Courier Cobram
Aug 17 2017
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More pointless offensives

Almost all offensives of the Great War were ill-considered and futile exercises.. This week, however, contained three such exercises.. The Battle of Langemarck began today in 1917.. The objective of this second attack of the Third Battle of Ypres

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Benalla Ensign
Aug 17 2017
Sport

Club champ again

Round two of the winter championships were decided on Saturday with two grades competing for victory.. The A-grade event was four laps of the schoolhouse circuit for a total of 52km.. It took Sam Fuhrmiester a few attempts to rid himself of rivals

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The Telegraph
Aug 17 2017
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Making a splash in real estate

The reviews speak for themselves.. When you receive feedback such as ‘‘Janelle is brilliant, understanding, responsive and committed’’, ‘‘her great communication made the selling process stress-free’&rsquo

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The Telegraph
Aug 17 2017
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Drum to back...

DAMIAN Drum is adamant he will vote in favour of marriage equality if the nation supports changing the law through a plebiscite.. After the federal government’s second attempt to hold a compulsory plebiscite was quashed in the Senate last

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Kyabram Free ...
Aug 17 2017
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Matt cheats death and...

It was 15 years ago when stuntrider Matt Mingay last visited Deniliquin for the Deni Ute Muster, and he’s excited to come back for this year’s event.. Especially given the 40 year-old technically died while competing in the United States

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Jamie Lowe
Aug 17 2017
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Little Libraries...

More than 60 preschool and primary school children have visited the Little Libraries on display at Corowa Art Space over the past week and have voted on their favourite design.. Well-known regional artist Vicki Luke worked closely with 19 Corow

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Sarah Dean
Aug 17 2017
Sport

Greta hands Panthers huge defeat

Benalla All Blacks suffered another crushing defeat, this time at the hands of Greta.. The 25-84 loss was the Panthers’ 15th in 17 rounds, while it was the 16th win of the campaign for the hosts, who sit second on the ladder.. Greta scored 20

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Benalla Ensign
Aug 17 2017
Sport

Merrigum golf

Merrigum golfers played a stroke round on Saturday, another day when they, for the most part, struggled to post good scores.. The recent rain has been great for the course but has made it play longer and Saturday’s cool breeze did not make the

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Shepparton News
Aug 17 2017
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Melodious outreach

The Anglican Parish of Central Goulburn Mothers Union (MU) held a successful morning melodies function to raise funds for its overseas and Northern Outreach project on Thursday.. MU and parish members from the three church centres joined guests from

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The Telegraph
Aug 17 2017
Sport

Footy legends to get...

THERE are expected to be no surprises in the latest batch of inductees into Kyabram Football Netball Club’s Footballers’ Hall Of Fame.. At a sold-out function this Friday night at the Wilf Cox Complex 11 former club players will join the

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Kyabram Free ...
Aug 17 2017
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Cars draw crowds -...

Rotary Club of Cobram members were all smiles on Sunday as thousands of people flocked to the annual swap meet at Cobram Showgrounds.. The weather was perfect for such an occasion and the sun was shining on gleaming chrome and polished paintwork as

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Courier Cobram
Aug 17 2017
Sport

Strathmerton netball

Strathmerton played Jerilderie on the weekend.. ●A-grade: won 62-48.. We started strongly but the match-ups weren’t quite right.. After a few adjustments we had a strong second quarter but we found it hard to bring the ball down out of

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Courier Cobram
Aug 17 2017
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The Blizzard of Oz hits Mt Hotham

Mt Hotham has experienced its highest snowfall in recorded history.. The snowfall was so large that avalanches have been reported and visitors are being advised to check roads are open before setting off, and to avoid venturing outside the ski

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Benalla Ensign
Aug 17 2017
Breaking News

Police seek chainsaw thieves

Police are asking members of the public to come forward with any information related to the theft of ten chainsaws from a business in Cobram.. Overnight from Tuesday, August 15 to Wednesday, August 16, a business was broken into in Broadway Street

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Racheal Willett
Aug 17 2017
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This week’s Kids Speak comes from St Joseph’s, Nagambie

It is week four of term already and everyone has settled back into their normal routine and classes with a positive attitude and great enthusiasm.. Here we have a snapshot of the St Joseph’s students following one of our school tags &mdash

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The Telegraph
Aug 17 2017
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Council to advertise...

CITY of Greater Bendigo mayor Margaret O’Rourke has advised that councillors intend to advertise the position of Chief Executive Officer of the City of Greater Bendigo.. A formal decision to advertise the role will be made at the council

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The McIvor Ti...
Aug 17 2017
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Hearty meals hit the...

THREE Kyabram businesses have banded together to help locals in need for the Kyabram Winter Appeal.. Staff from Sheridan Partners, Dawes and Vary Riordan and Waterpool Co-op generously donated tins of hearty winter meals to struggling families in

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Kyabram Free ...
Aug 17 2017
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From Deni to the world

From small beginnings at the Deniliquin Amateur Dramatic Club to writing internationally acclaimed productions, former local Jackie Smith has proven she’s a true drama queen.. Based in Melbourne, the award-winning playwright will bring one of

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Delaney Couro...
Aug 17 2017
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