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Update immunisations before school starts

Victorian parents returning from summer holidays are being urged to ensure their children are fully immunised before returning to childcare and school.. The Victorian Government’s No Jab, No Play law requires all children enrolling in early

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The Telegraph
Jan 18 2018
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Alternative farming on show

ENTER the fascinating nerve-centre of alternative farming, where innovation and one-of-a-kind production techniques are integral.. The 26th annual Seymour Alternative Farming Expo brings together the best in Victoria, in an informative and

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The McIvor Ti...
Jan 18 2018
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Well deserved - Simon Ruppert

Three Benalla students have been awarded a You’ve Got What It Takes ‘‘Weary’’ Dunlop Award.. Each year State Member for Euroa Steph Ryan offers the award to schools across her electorate.. The award is in honour of

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Benalla Ensign
Jan 18 2018
Sport

Attard ready for season two

Laura Attard, who plays for Carlton in the AFLW, was on hand to talk dogs and football at the Greyhound Adoption Program held in Seymour held over the weekend.. The shutdown defender said her greyhound Macer, which she adopted in 2015, is a major

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Gus McCubbing
Jan 18 2018
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Minister keen to...

NEW Heathcote Anglican Church Minister Reverend Doctor Margaret Wesley has enjoyed settling into Heathcote – the town she now calls home.. After residing for most of her life in Sydney, Rev Wesley moved to Bendigo last year and now finds

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The McIvor Ti...
Jan 18 2018
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Sporting clubs can aim...

MEMBER for Murray Plains Peter Walsh is encouraging sporting clubs across the Murray Plains electorate to apply for a grant under the latest round of the 2017-18 Sporting Club Grants Program.. Mr Walsh said grants of up to $5000 are available to

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Kyabram Free ...
Jan 18 2018
Sport

Johnson has high hopes...

The new Benalla Saints president aims to see the club become an integral part of the community.. Lloyd Johnson was named the new club president on December11 at the Saints annual general meeting, after having been involved with junior football in

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Fraser Walker...
Jan 18 2018
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Sad start to the new year for 23 grieving families

Victoria Police’s road policing operation for the Christmas and holiday period, Operation Roadwise, concluded recently with more than 31000 traffic offences detected and 23 people sadly losing their lives on our roads in the 24-day period

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The Telegraph
Jan 18 2018
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Total Fire Ban declared for Friday

The CFA have issued a Total Fire Ban warning for tomorrow in the north central district. . No fires can be lit or be allowed to remain alight in the open air from 12.01am until 11.59pm on Friday January 19.. A Total Fire Ban is declared for the

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The Telegraph
Jan 18 2018
Sport

We'll have a ball at the Australian Open

IT IS no easy feat to become a ball kid at the Australian Open.. Plenty of tryouts and a full-time commitment for three weeks in January is needed.. Kyabram’s Zavier Briggs, 15, and Girgarre’s William Leahy, 14, have cleared all the

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Kyabram Free ...
Jan 18 2018
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Fifties finishing soon

IT’S your final chance to take a step back in time.. Isobel Harvie will be transitioning from the Fabulous Fifties to a Masquerade Ball as her Town Hall exhibition prepares for a change-up at the end of the month.. The Fabulous Fifties was

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Kyabram Free ...
Jan 18 2018
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Recognition for...

Several people and organisations from the Cobram district will be formally recognised for their outstanding contributions to their communities at the Moira Shire Australia Day awards.. The ceremony will take place at the Civic Centre on Thursday

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Courier Cobram
Jan 18 2018
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All roads lead to...

Here’s how the phone call went between Down Under somewhere in rural Victoria to a home in London, ancient capital of the Empire.. Me: ‘‘Hey mum, I’m so happy, I got a job as a journalist.’’. Mum

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Benalla Ensign
Jan 18 2018
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Golfers vie for medley title

The medley par event on Saturday attracted 58 golfers who later enjoyed a lavish afternoon tea prepared by Barb Nation and friends as thanks to members and as a wedding anniversary celebration.. Jeff Baker won the day with +4, which comprised +3 on

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Shepparton News
Jan 18 2018
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The cost of vandalism

Repeated acts of vandalism and theft at Council facilities are hurting the community, according to Mitchell Shire Mayor Rhonda Sanderson.. In recent months there have been a number of incidents of vandalism and theft at Council facilities, including

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The Telegraph
Jan 18 2018
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So here’s the rub, hub needs a name

EXCITEMENT is in the air. Works are about to start on Heathcote’s proposed Children’s Community Hub, and it needs a name. Can you help?. All you need to do is email your suggestion (together with your contact details) to

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The McIvor Ti...
Jan 18 2018
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‘It was a...

PEOPLE came from far and wide to help celebrate the centenary of Our Lady Help of Christians Church on December 17.. The day began with a service led by Bishop Leslie Tomlinson in front of a full church and went into the afternoon as the reminiscing

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The McIvor Ti...
Jan 18 2018
Sport

Golf notes

A field of 60 contested a stableford event on the west course on Tuesday, January 1.. Barry Gook won A-grade with 38 points, while Freddy Barton was runner-up with 37 points.. B-grade was won by Tony Monahan with 38 points, followed by Fred Kent on

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Courier Cobram
Jan 18 2018
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Have a say on Numurkah...

The Numurkah Floodplain Management Study Community Reference Group (CRG) has released a summary report for community feedback.. The summary report details the proposals and explains the reasons why the CRG has identified option A as the preferred

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Courier Cobram
Jan 18 2018
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