Deniliquin Pastoral Times
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‘Ones’ stumble after strong start

Deniliquin RSL Bowling Club’s Division One side couldn’t capitalise on a good start, going down to visiting top-three side Moama 86-64 on Saturday.. RSL led by five shots overall at the afternoon break, but struggled when play resumed

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Jan 16 2018
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Park’s rent reduction

Reduced rent for use of the Murray Valley Industry Park has been offered to Ausway Education Group Pty Ltd to assist in its transition to Deniliquin.. Edward River Council last year signed a 20 year lease with the Australian-based company and its

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Zoe McMaugh
Jan 16 2018
Sport

Sign up for new comp.

The Deniliquin Lawn Tennis Club Summer Competition is fast approaching, with registrations now being taken.. The competition starts February 3 and will last for eight weeks, ending on March 24.. Play will start every Saturday afternoon at 2pm and

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Jamie Lowe
Jan 16 2018
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Cropping

Keeping water moving

Corowa-based company Upton Irrigation has released a new range of Australian-designed and locally manufactured linear move irrigators with extensive features and options that are designed to fulfil a range of applications.. The Upton Linear Move

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Shepparton News
Jan 16 2018
Cropping

Hot weather warning for this week

Heat health alerts have been issued for northern and north central Victoria as the state braces for two days of temperatures above 40C.. Authorities have warned people in the North Central and Northern Country weather regions to watch out for the

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Shepparton News
Jan 16 2018
Viticulture

Second tropical cyclone invades WA last week

Last week a second tropical cyclone of this season hit the north west region of WA. The cyclone named Joyce brought more heavy rainfalls to Broome, Cygnet Bay, Derby and right across to Marble Bar where 115 mms fell to last Saturday morning, 13th

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Peter Nelson
Jan 16 2018
Dairy

High risk of pinkeye

Agriculture Victoria is reminding cattle producers to be on the lookout for pinkeye with current conditions meaning the risk of an outbreak is high.. District veterinary officer Jeff Cave said farmers needed to be vigilant.. ‘‘With the

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Shepparton News
Jan 16 2018
Dairy

Four-legged farm friends aplenty

Where did they get their names from?. Billy: Cookie we got off a bloke called Cookie from Elmore — Carl Cook is a living legend from Elmore. Alie is named after a cousin who lives in Melbourne. Bonnie and Bella we just made up those names, and

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Shepparton News
Jan 16 2018
News

Taking a shot at tequila

As if Strathmerton’s iconic Cactus Country did not have enough in common with Mexico already, it is soon set to have its own range of tequila.. The site’s general manager John Hall said the cactus farm would soon begin producing and

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Shepparton News
Jan 16 2018
Dairy

IDW starts on Sunday

The dairy industry is counting down the days until International Dairy Week starts on Sunday, with more than 1100 entries set to take to the arena throughout the five-day event.. Northern Victoria and the Southern Riverina are well represented among

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Shepparton News
Jan 16 2018
News

Victoria, NSW warmer than usual

If rain and cooler temperatures are what you enjoy, NSW and Victoria were not the places to be in 2017, according to the Bureau of Meteorology’s Annual Climate Statement.. Last year was the warmest on record for NSW, while 2017 was

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Rodney Woods
Jan 16 2018
News

Young farmer excels at her pastime

Many of 13-year-old Darcie Stammers’ peers spend their time inside, playing video games, watching movies or glued to their mobile phones.. But sixth generation farmer Darcie’s days are filled with tractors, cows and sheep work on the

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Alana Christe...
Jan 16 2018
News

Appeal changes cruelty...

A 65-year-old dairy farmer from Cooma who was recently convicted of cruelty charges at Shepparton Magistrates’ Court for failing to feed his cattle, has escaped imprisonment after an appeal was lodged.. The farmer pleaded guilty to a total of

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Shepparton News
Jan 16 2018
News

Header sparks Miepoll...

A farmer driving a header caused a large fire in Miepoll on Tuesday last week, burning more than 25ha of grassland and crop.. About 3.20pm, multiple calls were received from the area, including one from the Mt Wombat fire tower, reporting smoke in

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Shepparton News
Jan 16 2018
News

Pigs are going to fly...

Agile and speedy pigs are among the entertaining displays that will be on offer at the Seymour Alternative Farming Expo in February.. The Pig Racing Australia show will see the pigs demonstrate their sprinting skills across the expo weekend, from

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Shepparton News
Jan 16 2018
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Bangladesh, Myanmar agree on Rohingya plan

Bangladesh has agreed to complete the process of returning Rohingya Muslims to Myanmar within two years after repatriation begins.

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AAP News
Jan 16 2018
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Unity on N Korea important: Xi to Trump

China's President Xi Jinping has reportedly told US President Donald Trump that unity on the issue of North Korea is extremely important.

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AAP News
Jan 16 2018
News

Sex claims must bring change: Gomes

Australian supermodel Jessica Gomes says the fashion industry has to change after allegations two fashion photographers sexually exploited staff.

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AAP News
Jan 16 2018
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Crew blamed for low-flying Air Asia plane

The pilots of an Air Asia flight that flew too low into Perth didn't understand how a computer failure affected the plane's automation, the ATSB says.

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AAP News
Jan 16 2018
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Vic opposition push for longer jail terms

Victoria's opposition say they will make violent criminals do longer jail terms if they breach bail or parole with more offences.

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AAP News
Jan 16 2018
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Demand for SUVs drives new car sales jump

The soaring popularity of SUVs has pushed sedan sales to a 24-year low as Australian buyers

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AAP News
Jan 16 2018
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Glowing lava rolls down Philippine volcano

There are warnings that an explosive eruption is imminent as lava spills down the sides of Mount Mayon in the Philippines.

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AAP News
Jan 16 2018
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Hundreds protest racism, Trump

Demonstrators have carried Haitian flags and signs with messages including "peace, love, power, dream" at a protest against Donald Trump in New York.

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AAP News
Jan 16 2018
News

Upgrade sends Bellamy's to two-year high

Bellamy's has flagged a big boost to 2017/18 profits on the back of rising Chinese demand for infant formula and the end of its China regulatory woes.

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AAP News
Jan 16 2018
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NSW rail strike will 'shut down the city'

NSW's rail network will come to a halt on the day students head back to school and commuters return to work as rail workers strike for better conditions.

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AAP News
Jan 16 2018
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Coal seam gas industry hits out at study

The gas industry has hit back after a report by a GP suggested pollutants from Queensland's coal seam gas industry could explain a spike in hospital admissions.

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AAP News
Jan 16 2018
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