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News journalist Rhiannon Tuffield sent us this image of her delicious looking breakfast. . This tasty- looking mix was found at Nourish on Fryers Street, Shepparton.. The "Ferrero Rocher Porridge" is a chocolate and coconut porridge

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Jul 20 2017
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Death not suspicious

The body of a Seymour woman was found on the bank of the Goulburn River at Seymour on Wednesday.. A Victoria Police spokeswoman said the woman, 70, was found at 6.30 pm by Seymour and Nagambie police.. Police are not treating the incident as

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Shepparton News
Jul 20 2017
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Trauma stories shock Cool Heads

In front of a room of hundreds of students, parents and court-ordered attendees at Eastbank, law enforcement, a paramedic, a coroner and a car crash detective told stories of the hundreds of Victorians they’d met either during or after

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Shepparton News
Jul 20 2017
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Kids urged to put pens to paper

Years 5 and 6 students attending a primary school in Greater Shepparton are encouraged to write and illustrate an original story for this year’s annual story writing competition.. Run through the Greater Shepparton Early Years Language

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Shepparton News
Jul 21 2017
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Cubs hit the city for big fun

During the past few months, Seymour Cub Scouts has been very busy.. Recently the Cubs went to Melbourne to enjoy an adventurous day, starting with a train trip in to the city.. Then the Cubs were given a list of treasure they had to find as we

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The Telegraph
Jul 21 2017
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Just a stone’s throw to the Murray River at Tocumwal

This three bedroom home set amongst a delightful, well established garden and with views across the Murray River has just been listed and is offered at a very attractive price.. The home is situated in an ideal location, set on a corner block

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Southern Rive...
Jul 20 2017
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Team emergency management

Strathbogie Shire Council is getting on the front foot in anticipation of the challenges it may face during extreme weather events.. Council has joined forces with a number of emergency services, including the CFA, Police, Ambulance and the SES

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The Telegraph
Jul 20 2017
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Quarter of roads are poor or very poor

ALMOST a quarter of roads in northern Victoria, which includes Campaspe Shire, are rated poor or very poor.. The findings, which found about 40 per cent of roads in Victoria are rated poor or very poor, have been revealed in a report by

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Kyabram Free ...
Jul 20 2017
Sport

Torney rides to victory

Cobram Barooga Cycling Club’s inaugural 15km handicap event was held on Saturday with eight starters.. Young Liam Smith, accompanied by his father Gary, rode from the limit mark of eight minutes.. Bernie Gillespie, Rod Armstrong and Rene Mol

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Courier Cobram
Jul 20 2017
Sport

Junior Hoppers jump to another victory

COLBINABBIN Football Club’s thirds made it two in a row with a resounding victory over Huntly at the M.J Morgan Oval on Saturday.. Colbo raced out of the blocks in the opening term, booting 3.4 to Huntly’s 0.1 to take a commanding twenty

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Campaspe News
Jul 20 2017
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Apparitions and deportation

This month in 1917 saw photographs taken in Yorkshire of the Cottingley Fairies.. It was said that fairies and gnomes had appeared to two young cousins, Elsie Wright and Frances Griffith, who had photographed them.. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, a devout

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Benalla Ensign
Jul 20 2017
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Mini bus stolen

Police are investigating the alleged theft of a mini bus from a Mahonga St address in Jerilderie.. Police said the white 1997 Toyota HiAce was stolen between 5pm on Friday, July 14 and 6.30pm on Sunday, July 16.. If you have any information, call

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Southern Rive...
Jul 20 2017
Sport

Win went according to...

Seymour. All competitions were played this week.. The course is still holding up well through the frost and intermittent rain periods.. On Wednesday the women played a stableford round and Dale Stuart (9) was the winner with 32 points.. The extr

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The Telegraph
Jul 20 2017
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Death not suspicious

The body of a Seymour woman was found on the bank of the Goulburn River at Seymour on Wednesday.. A Victoria Police spokeswoman said the woman, 70, was found at 6.30 pm by Seymour and Nagambie police. . Police are not treating the incident as

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The Telegraph
Jul 20 2017
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Log in to speak out

FEDERAL Member for Bendigo Lisa Chesters has launched a survey seeking feedback from central Victorians about their NBN and internet experiences.. Ms Chesters said access to reliable, affordable internet has become vital to everyday lives

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Jul 20 2017
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No-till tips for improving soil

Keeping or improving soil health for future generations is the main focus of no-till farming according to two international guests from North America.. Canadian farmer Blake Vince and University of Nebraska educator Paul Jasa visited Pine Lodge

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Rodney Woods
Jul 21 2017
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Barnaby: cut bull

Barnaby Joyce has taken aim at federal Liberals, telling his Coalition partners they need to drop ‘‘bulls*** arguments’’ and concentrate on things that matter to voters.. Those things don’t include a parliamentary vote on same-sex marriage

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Shepparton News
Jul 20 2017
Dairy

Successful dairy sale

A complete clearance of all lots was achieved in a major dairy sale at the Shepparton Regional Saleyards last Thursday.. The 220 head grossed $348750 to average $1585 per head, in the sale run by Flanagan Marketing Services and Mulcahy Nelson

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Shepparton News
Jul 20 2017
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Little Beef and Onion Pot Pies with Mushy Peas

Little Beef and Onion Pot Pies with Mushy Peas. Serves 6. Ingredients:. 500g beef chuck steak, cut into small diced pieces. cup seasoned plain flour, for dusting. 2 onions, thinly sliced. 1 clove garlic, finely chopped. 2 cups beef stock. 2 tbsp

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Shepparton News
Jul 20 2017
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A shear good cause

A charity shearing day will be held on Friday to raise funds for the Royal Children’s Hospital.. The event, now in its third year, will be held at Bill and Val Barlow’s farm in Wanalta (19km west of Rushworth).. The fundraising initiative was

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Shepparton News
Jul 20 2017
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Cooma farmer charged

A 65-year-old farmer from Cooma has been sentenced to three months jail after being convicted of animal cruelty charges in Shepparton’s Magistrates Court. The farmer pleaded guilty to seventeen charges of aggravated cruelty, under the Prevention

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Shepparton News
Jul 20 2017
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Year-round operation

Only wet weather stops Kyabram dairy farmer Andrew Newnham from growing silage on the 1100ha he owns as well as leases out.. Mr Newnham is hopeful of milking 900 cows this year and predominately grows wheat and vetch.. ‘‘We grow 700ha of wheat

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Shepparton News
Jul 20 2017
Water

Minister checks out program

Victorian Water Minister Lisa Neville visited several Loddon Valley district farms last Friday to reassure herself about progress in the Goulburn-Murray Water Connections program.. The controversial project has come under criticism because of its

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Shepparton News
Jul 20 2017
Livestock

Alpacas show results

Canchones Alpacas of Taggerty (93km east of Broadford) has taken home Best in Show at the 2017 Royal Melbourne Alpaca Show for its exhibit Canchones Gold Catch Me (ET), after also being awarded Supreme Champion Huacaya.. Conducted by The Royal

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Shepparton News
Jul 20 2017
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Conference aim is...

Registrations for the 2017 Australian Fodder Industry Association’s National Fodder Conference will close soon, with the theme ‘Feeding Innovation, Growing Success’ taking centre stage.. The conference, which will take place at the RACV Royal

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Shepparton News
Jul 20 2017
Cropping

Corn fits bill...

For some growers in northern Victoria corn is an opportunity crop, but for the Evans family it is finding a regular spot in their program.. The upcoming summer will mark the fourth time in a row the Echuca farmers have grown corn for silage

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Shepparton News
Jul 20 2017
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Supreme win is black...

Tallygaroopna’s Akers Flock has taken home the G J Sheppard Memorial Award for Supreme Champion in Show at the 2017 Royal Melbourne Poultry Show for its black and white duck.. Royal Agriculture Society of Victoria chief executive officer Mark

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Alana Christe...
Jul 20 2017
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Shorten eyes tax 'too-hard basket' changes

Bill Shorten says tackling inequality and the tax reform 'too-hard basket' will be his mission if Labor wins the next federal election.

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AAP News
Jul 21 2017
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Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington dies

Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington has been found dead in his home near Los Angeles.

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AAP News
Jul 21 2017
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Report into Vic assisted dying laws due

An advisory panel's final report into possible assisted dying laws for terminally ill Victorians is due for release, with the plans drawing passionate debate.

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AAP News
Jul 21 2017
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US shuts down huge online drug marketplace

What is thought to be the largest online drug, weapons and hacking tools black market has been shut down by US authorities.

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AAP News
Jul 21 2017
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Trump backs in Sessions, despite rebuke

Following a rebuke from his boss, Donald Trump, US Attorney General Jeff Sessions says he loves his job.

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AAP News
Jul 21 2017
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Gordon Brown backs child migrant compo

Former UK prime minister Gordon Brown says the British government must compensate former child migrants who suffered abuse.

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AAP News
Jul 20 2017
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Questions raised about Japan's psych care

The family of a New Zealand man who died after being restrained in a Japanese hospital during a manic incident are calling for change.

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AAP News
Jul 20 2017
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Ms Dhu's family in legal bid against govt

The family of Aboriginal woman Ms Dhu, who died in police custody, is launching legal action against the state government.

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AAP News
Jul 20 2017
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OJ Simpson makes plea for freedom

An OJ Simpson hearing is again set to garner saturation coverage from US TV networks more than two decades after his murder trial captivated the nation.

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AAP News
Jul 20 2017
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Aust industry 'a bit of a tragedy': Gupta

British billionaire and new Arrium owner Sanjeev Gupta says Australia is not fulfilling it's industrial potential.

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AAP News
Jul 20 2017
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Native title winners seek Fortescue compo

The Yindjibarndi people have secured native title rights over Pilbara land including Fortescue's Solomon mine and vowed to seek compensation from the company.

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AAP News
Jul 20 2017
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