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Hay, you’re not going any further

A load of hay on its way from Echuca to Condobolin only made it as far as the Deni Rams football oval.. The truck trailer loaded with hay tipped over on the Hardinge and Ochtertyre Sts roundabout about 10.50pm Friday.. The trailer — the second

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Deniliquin Pa...
May 22 2018
News

Random House to get that healing feeling

10 years ago,. May 20, 2008. Rochester’s Random House is expected to operate as an Aboriginal Healing Centre in about three months.. The Victorian Civil Administrative Appeals Tribunal (VCAT) handed down its decision early last week, telling

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Campaspe News
May 22 2018
News

Dancers don royal attire for annual Mathoura ball

Mathoura hosted its annual Old Time Dancing Ball on Saturday night, gathering a crowd from far and wide and offering an appropriate regal theme.. Falling on the night of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding, a ‘royal’ dress

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Abbey Flanagan
May 22 2018
Sport

Beat Kyabram? Tigers a big chance

IT’S our chance.. Rochester has been playing some solid football this Goulburn Valley League season.. It has come on the back of strong form from the backline, which has strangled a number of opposition forward lines, and the combination of

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Campaspe News
May 22 2018
News

Take precautions when...

Tatura police are urging landholders to take precautionary measures when starting planned burns.. The reminder comes after a landholder in Craven Rd, Tatura, was left red-faced when the fire from his planned burn reignited.. The landholder started

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Shepparton News
May 22 2018
News

Family’s Blighty...

Former locals Jessie and Michael Ibbott were beaming with pride when their 10 year-old son Jordan pulled on the red jumper for Blighty on Saturday.. Jordan normally plays with the Yarrawonga Pigeons’ under 12 side, but filled in for the

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Deniliquin Pa...
May 22 2018
News

Latest fashions going...

ROCHESTER’S premier fashion event is fast approaching.. The REDHS hospital auxiliary fashion parade is on Friday.. Come and get a sneak-peek at the new season’s fashion — all while raising money for the hospital auxiliary’s

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Campaspe News
May 22 2018
News

Fish park stocking

Native fish were relocated last week from the Barham Lake to Deniliquin Fish Park.. Members of the Edward-Wakool Angling Association, with help from NSW DPI Fisheries, undertook the relocation to the park at the corner of Whitelock and Hardinge Sts

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Abbey Flanagan
May 22 2018
News

Saluting the volunteers who keep Rochy ticking

WHERE would our town be without volunteers?. As with most small towns, Rochester is reliant on its citizens generously giving up their spare time to help. Without them, help in an emergency would be a lot further away and local sporting clubs would

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Campaspe News
May 22 2018
News

Grab your Bowelscan kit now

Tatura Rotary Club with Tatura Pharmacy is again conducting the Bowel Scan Awareness Campaign this month of May.. Club secretary Jo Burgess said bowel cancer was the second most common cause of cancer deaths in this country and about 80 Australians

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Shepparton News
May 22 2018
News

Masterplan appointment

The revitalisation of Deniliquin’s town centre, riverfront, lagoon system and town entrances is one step closer with Edward River Council awarding a tender for development of a Deniliquin Public Space Masterplan.. Mayor Norm Brennan said

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Contributor
May 21 2018
News

Impact review

Deniliquin’s Central IGA has been invited to provide evidence to an Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal review into the Container Deposit Scheme.. Co-owner Robert Hallum said he has been asked to submit financial information from the

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Zoe McMaugh
May 21 2018
Opinion

Southern Basin...

Sir,. After the wild congratulatory celebrations by some politicians and a number of industry leaders and CEOs following the acceptance of the amendment to Sustainable Diversion Limit adjustment mechanism (SDLAM) last week, it is now time for them

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Contributor
May 21 2018
News

Delicious spread for Big morning

The Cancer Council’s traditional Deniliquin Biggest Morning Tea events will be held next Thursday.. On the day a delicious spread of morning tea goodies will be available from the Cressy St Kiosk in Deniliquin, and My Shop owner Denise

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Zoe McMaugh
May 21 2018
News

Major research centre proposal

Murray River Council has committed $5,000 to support the potential establishment of a Multidisciplinary Research & Education Centre in Barham.. The initiative looks to decentralise agricultural research and education currently being undertaken

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Contributor
May 21 2018
Out & About

Fashions on show at Gulpa gathering

About 60 people attended the Gulpa Preschool fashion show fundraiser last Friday night.. The popular event was held at the Deniliquin Golf Club and raised close to $3000 for new resources for the preschool.. Starting at 6pm, guests had time to

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Abbey Flanagan
May 21 2018
News

Annual air show

The air show which thrilled locals and visitors alike in Deniliquin last month is to become an annual event.. Based on the success of the thrilling spectacle hosted on April 15, the Deniliquin Aero Club met this month and decided to make it

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Abbey Flanagan
May 21 2018
Rural

Sheep sale

Lamb numbers remained similar to the last sale, while the increase in mutton price did draw out a few hundred more sheep at Tuesday’s sale in Deniliquin.. Quality was average to plain over the yarding.. The usual buyers operated in a dearer

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Contributor
May 21 2018
News

Caved-in ceiling...

A Deniliquin couple’s dreams of opening up their collection of local treasures to the public were shattered after a ceiling at their home caved in.. Yvonne and Roger Hall received a nasty shock when they returned home to find the ceiling had

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Abbey Flanagan
May 21 2018
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