PREMIER DIVISION. Day one of two-day match. BAROOGA v DENI RHINOS. Toss won by Deni Rhinos, to bowl. BAROOGA. C Nye c J Tubb b A Hogan 5. R Gow c J Tubb b D Rotherham 0. J Stanyer lbw b A Hogan 12. K Watkins lbw b A Hogan 40. R Henry b A Hogan 7. S
Deniliquin Swimming Club held the presentation of its Australian Junior Excellence Program (JX) awards for the 2016-17 season last Tuesday.. JX recognises, rewards and encourages junior swimmers who, through their development of aquatic skills and
Another great day on the green for Deniliquin’s ladies with wins on all rinks in both divisions on Friday in Campaspe Valley Association bowls.. Division One defeated Rochester by 56 shots overall.. Fay Munnerley, Joanne Bovell, Lyn Smith and
Deniliquin Netball Association Spring Comp. draw for round six this Wednesday.. 5pm: E grade IGA Juniors v Magpies; Dynamite Divas v Tiny Tigers; C grade Black Cats v Bing Bong Bang; D grade Red Ram Roos v Blue Diamonds; D grade bye - Rams 13
Employment and training agency Sureway is opening its doors to the public for an information evening on Thursday to help inform people on what job opportunities are available locally.. Deniliquin-based recruitment consultant Claire Cowley says
There was no Saturday pennant at the weekend which gave Deni Bowling Club the chance to get the pairs championship underway.. Ten teams played off on Saturday despite the poor weather. It started to rain after five ends and many retired to the
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
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
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
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
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
Australians do not know about the risk factors for developing heart disease, which means they do not understand how best to protect their heart health, according to a new study from the Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute and the Heart Foundation
How did Tuff get his name?. My son bred him and when I got him he was a keen little pup and I thought, ‘Geez, he’s a tough little dog’ — so that’s what I called him.. What’s his working ability like?. It’s
Australia’s red meat industry needs to develop clear price incentives to encourage producers to focus on quality rather than volume, if it is to withstand intense competitive pressures from other global producers and proteins, according to
What farmers grow can change from season to season and in terms of Invergordon farmer James Rovers’ attempts to cultivate teff, how it is grown can change rapidly as well.. Mr Rovers and his family are growing nearly 300ha of teff, an African
More than 20 firefighting units were needed to fight a blaze at Rankins Rd, Strathmerton on November 13.. The fire was called in at 3.55pm and involved silage rolls, which were in a bunker with tyres on top.. The fire was reported to be travelling
During last Thursday and Friday, 16th-17th November, heavy exceptional rains for this month were recorded in the Mallee and also at isolated places in the West Central Victoria and at places in the SW part of NSW. Mildura recorded 54.2 mms to
Former senator Nick Xenophon has renewed his call for mandatory palm all labelling on all foods.
The case against rugby's "Immortal" Graeme Langlands is set to return to a Brisbane court after he was charged with historical child abuse offences.
A funeral service will be held at Perth Motorplex for eight-year-old Anita Board, who died after crashing into a cement barrier during a junior dragster event.
The trial of Thomas Lang for the alleged murder of his former lover, socialite Maureen Boyce, is continuing in the Brisbane Supreme Court.
Federal, state and territory energy ministers will meet in Hobart to discuss the Turnbull government's proposed national plan.
A man is due to appear in a Melbourne court charged over a fatal crash that killed a girl and her mother.
A further court hearing will be held before payments under a $70 million class action settlement can be sent to former Manus Island detainees.
A government source says Mugabe, who is 93, told negotiators he wanted to die in Zimbabwe and had no plans to live in exile.
South Australia have ended day one with a firm grip on their Sheffield Shield clash against Tasmania in Adelaide despite a resilient knock from Jake Doran.
A NSW killer, who died of cancer in custody, can't be sentenced for his violent crime but a judge says he would have received a "very considerable sentence".