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Getting the band back together

Blighty has signed veteran Deniliquin premiership defender Rob Resuggan.. The 41-year-old, who has played more than 150 games and won two premierships with the Rams, signed with the Redeyes during the week.. Blighty coach Jack Tyndall, who played

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Jamie Lowe
Nov 25 2017
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Police ramp up patrols at hotels

Nagambie, Euroa and Seymour police will ramp up their presence at local licensed venues following an alleged assault outside the Royal Mail Hotel in Nagambie last week.. Sri Lankan migrant Aadil Rafeek, 29, is recovering in a stable condition after

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Tara Whitsed
Nov 25 2017
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Stolen charity tin found dumped

A donation tin stolen from generous Shepparton community advocate Azem Elmaz has been found empty and discarded on the side of a local road.. Last weekend, Mr Elmaz discovered the tin, containing about $300, had been stolen from his locked food van

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Nov 25 2017
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Ryan calls for cooling

The junior classrooms at Seymour P-12 College are in desperate need of airconditioning, according Member for Euroa Steph Ryan.. Ms Ryan said she was urging Education Minister James Merlino to investigate the situation before the heat of summer

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The Telegraph
Nov 25 2017
Out & About

Big crowd for Uke Muster

The popularity of the ukulele continues to grow, evidenced by the 300 people who attended the 5th annual Deniliquin Uke Muster at the weekend.. The festival featured a number of concerts and ukulele workshops, with Muster-goers travelling from

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Deniliquin Pa...
Nov 25 2017
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Gems win local derby

In the GVCA pennant competition last week, the Deni Gems were once again too good for the Diamonds winning seven games 73 hoops to five games 63 hoops.. At this stage, the five teams competing to make the finals are Deni Diamonds, Numurkah Blues

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Nov 25 2017
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Thought-provoking documentary

Screening this weekend is a thought-provoking documentary, I Am Not Your Negro (PG).. The current Civil Rights Movement is linked to the past by use of archival material and some of writer, James Baldwin’s words.. It confronts the deeper

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Benalla Ensign
Nov 25 2017
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Verdict huge relief

Marriage may not be on the cards right now for Longwood man Daniel Carracher, but the results of the same-sex survey have lifted a huge weight off his shoulders.. As a single gay man, Mr Carracher said marriage was not an immediate urge, but the

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The Telegraph
Nov 25 2017
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What a deal

There was plenty going on in Benalla 25 years ago.. Bettabooks in Carrier St was advertising a fantastic christmas computer deal with a ‘‘super-fast’’ 386 PC featuring 4mb ram, a mouse, windows 3.1 and a massive 105mb hard

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Benalla Ensign
Nov 25 2017
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Nominate a young achiever

Do you know an amazing young person in or around Seymour and want to help them achieve their goals?. You can do this by nominating them for the Victorian Young Achiever Awards, open until December 18.. These awards help young people take the next

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The Telegraph
Nov 25 2017
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Shuttle Masters' season comes to an end

In Deniliquin Badminton Club’s semi-final elimination match, Smashers were victorious over Shuttle Masters, 281 to 264.. Shuttle Masters were in front at the end of the men’s and women’s games, but a strong comeback by

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Contributor
Nov 25 2017
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Fire Danger Period begins

Benalla’s Fire Danger Period (FDP) began on Monday with local people required to adhere to a range of fire-safety measures.. As the FDP begins to phase in across the state, the warmer and drier-than-average weather in recent months, and recent

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Benalla Ensign
Nov 25 2017
Sport

Women's golf

The two-person multiplier stableford event was a nine-hole competition played before Hill Top’s annual general meeting at 1pm.. All players played the nine-hole event, with the regular nine-hole players having a chance to play with different

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Shepparton News
Nov 24 2017
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Dangerous driving...

A Seymour man, 25, is facing numerous charges after crashing a car into a property on Anzac Ave and fleeing the scene on Wednesday last week.. A static police unit noticed a Holden sedan without number plates attached travelling on Anzac Ave about

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Gus McCubbing
Nov 24 2017
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Solar proposal open to...

Development applications for two large solar farms near Deniliquin have been lodged with the NSW Department of Planning and Environment.. Public feedback is now being sought as part of the approval process for the proposed Tarleigh Park and

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Deniliquin Pa...
Nov 24 2017
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Banana disease breakthrough. A billion-dollar banana industry at risk of a deadly disease could be saved by a scientific breakthrough from a Queensland university.. The Queensland University of Technology has genetically modified Cavendish bananas

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Shepparton News
Nov 25 2017
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Info sought on native animals

The Goulburn Murray Landcare Network is joining forces with the Australian Platypus Conservancy to collect information about platypuses and water-rats.. The project is aiming to collect information about the aquatic mammals to help plan

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Shepparton News
Nov 25 2017
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Call to split up the water and agriculture portfolios

South Australia have called on the federal government to split up the water and agriculture ministries, labeling the decision to tie them together a ‘‘failed experiment’’.. South Australian Minister for Water Ian Hunter said

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Alana Christe...
Nov 24 2017
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Pear, Prosciutto and Blue Cheese Salad

Pear, Prosciutto and Blue Cheese Salad. Serves four. Ingredients:. 100g rocket or green salad leaves. 2 pears, thinly sliced. 12 thin slices prosciutto or pancetta. 120-150g blue cheese, cut into thin wedges. cup chopped toasted hazelnuts

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Shepparton News
Nov 24 2017
Cropping

Limit food to reduce mice

Grain growers are being reminded to remain vigilant as mouse populations continue to climb.. Recent strong winds and hail in some parts of the region have knocked grain to the ground and, combined with grain spilt at harvest, have provided a ready

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Shepparton News
Nov 24 2017
Cropping

Rain too late to help crops

The rain that hit the region late last week will not have too much of an impact on cropping farmers, according to agronomists.. WB Hunter agronomist Tristan Hornbuckle said the rain needed to come earlier.. ‘‘We’ve had a fairly dry

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Rodney Woods
Nov 24 2017
Livestock

Strong interest in special sale

It was a strong crowd last week as dozens of buyers filled the Benalla Saleyards to see 12500 sheep go up for sale at the annual Benalla Special Sheep Sale on Friday.. A number of young ewes, older ewes, ewe lambs, Merinos and rams were sold at the

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Shepparton News
Nov 24 2017
Rural

Top talent at showjumping prix

The Northern Victorian Showjumping Club held its 50th anniversary Grand Prix Show recently, attracting riders from across Australia.. The show, held from November 11 to 13, saw the in-form combination of Steven Hill and Yalambi’s Bellini Star

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Shepparton News
Nov 23 2017
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A favourite improved

Resulting from extensive customer feedback, John Deere has updated its ultra-reliable 3E Series compact utility tractors by reintroducing a customer favourite as an even more capable and intuitive machine.. The redesigned 3038E is more versatile

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Shepparton News
Nov 23 2017
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Make pets happy

The Victorian Government will work with the community to improve the health and happiness of their pets, with the launch of a new welfare campaign that will inform and educate pet owners.. Victorian Agriculture Minister Jaala Pulford joined locals

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Shepparton News
Nov 23 2017
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Questions generated

Shadow Agriculture Minister and Victorian Nationals leader Peter Walsh has accused the Victorian Government of placing further pressure on diesel prices after Energy Minister Lily D’Ambrosio revealed plans to use diesel generators to secure

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Shepparton News
Nov 23 2017
Cropping

Quicke info on-the-go

Loader specialist Quicke Australia recently released the Q-companion with digital screen and smart sensor technology to give operators unmatched accuracy and easier, safer control of loader operations.. With on-the-go efficiency, Q-companion allows

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Shepparton News
Nov 23 2017
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Compo scheme for bank victims 'unfair'

Nationals senator John Williams says a compensation scheme for victims of past financial scandals is "unfair", amid reports the government is working on one.

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AAP News
Nov 25 2017
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Australian PM condemns deadly Egypt attack

Malcolm Turnbull and Bill Shorten have condemned a terror attack on a mosque in Egypt in which more than 230 people were killed.

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AAP News
Nov 25 2017
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Deadly Egypt mosque attack kills 235

At least 235 people have been killed after militants bombed a mosque in Egypt and then shot at worshippers as they fled the carnage.

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AAP News
Nov 25 2017
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Queenslanders heading to the polls

Millions of Queenslanders are heading to the polls, to decide who will lead the next state parliament.

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AAP News
Nov 25 2017
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City of love to woo bankers from London

London has traditionally been an international banking hub for Europe but financial institutions are now being lured by Paris.

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AAP News
Nov 25 2017
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Fight between two men sparks London panic

British Transport Police say an "altercation" between two men was what sparked panic at a London tube station.

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AAP News
Nov 25 2017
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Oscar Pistorius - a timeline

Developments in the Oscar Pistorius case.

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AAP News
Nov 24 2017
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'Organiser' charged over NSW 2013 murder

The alleged mastermind behind the 2013 murder of a father of three has been arrested and charged following a "never-ending" police investigation.

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AAP News
Nov 24 2017
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Puneet Puneet extradition hearing delayed

A witness who was due to give evidence in a New Delhi court about racism in Australia has fallen ill, delaying the extradition trial of a hit and run driver.

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AAP News
Nov 24 2017
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Palmer's Mineralogy wins WA royalty battle

Clive Palmer's Mineralogy has won its long-running legal battle with estranged Chinese joint venture partner CITIC over iron ore royalties from a WA mine.

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AAP News
Nov 24 2017
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Ten exits ASX for new life in CBS stable

Ten Network will exit from the Australia Securities Exchange at the close of business on Friday after being listed as a public company for almost two decades.

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AAP News
Nov 24 2017
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