Deniliquin Pastoral Times
Sport

Rhinos bomb chance against ladder leader

Deni Rhinos’ Division One side couldn’t take advantage of a strong position against ladder leader Waaia on Saturday, going down by 35 runs at Memorial Park.. After dismissing the Bombers for 143, the Rhinos were in the box seat following

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Jamie Lowe
Jan 16 2018
Opinion

Every person is His beautiful gift

Sometimes it is easy to be critical of a person, persons or a situation, especially when we don’t know the person/s or are fully aware of the facts.. We need to be careful when offering our thoughts, given directly to the person or via the

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Contributor
Jan 16 2018
Sport

Regional carnival in Deni

Deniliquin Swimming Club hosted its annual regional carnival on Saturday.. Held at the Deniliquin Swim Centre, it attracted young swimmers from Hay, Finley, Leeton, Griffith and Wagga.. While the weather wasn’t as warm as was hoped for, the

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Jamie Lowe
Jan 16 2018
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Livestock

Plans to simplify exporting rules

Legislation is seeking to establish a one-stop shop for export rules and agricultural goods in a bid to minimise export costs and drive productivity.. Introduced to Federal Parliament by Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce, the bill will replace 17

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Shepparton News
Jan 18 2018
News

Solar gets funding

Australian solar cell research has received a $29.2million boost from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency, with University of New South Wales capturing the lion’s share with 11 of the 22 projects.. ‘‘Australia is at the

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Shepparton News
Jan 18 2018
Dairy

Field days to focus on dairy

The International Dairy Week Farm and Machinery Field Days will return for 2018.. The three-day event, now in its sixth year, will see more than 50 exhibitors showing off anything and everything the dairy industry has to offer.. ‘‘We

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Shepparton News
Jan 18 2018
Livestock

Goat figures fall

A report analysing rangeland goat population figures shows numbers have declined from a record high of 5.7million in 2016 to 3.4million in 2017.. The NSW DPI report, based on figures from the Office of Environment and Heritage 2017 aerial survey of

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Shepparton News
Jan 18 2018
Dairy

Dedicated to farmers

Supporting people who support it is the reason for Reid Stockfeeds’ long-standing sponsorship of International Dairy Week.. The Colbinabbin business will again venture to Tatura Park for the 2018 event, where the Goulburn Valley branch’s

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Shepparton News
Jan 18 2018
News

Talking about turtles

Turtles Australia and RiverConnect are joining forces to host the annual school holiday program, Turtle Talk, this Friday.. The free, family-friendly, interactive live turtle exhibit will feature long-necked, short-necked, broad-shelled, eastern

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Shepparton News
Jan 18 2018
Cropping

RWA battle lines drawn

Effective management of the ‘green bridge’ over the coming months will place grain growers on the front foot in their efforts to control Russian wheat aphid in 2018.. Crop pest experts say eliminating the green bridge of volunteer

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Shepparton News
Jan 18 2018
News

Donation helps CFA

The City of Greater Shepparton Country Fire Authority group has received a funding injection of almost $6000 thanks to Fairley’s Supa IGA supermarket.. Group manager Ian Martin accepted a cheque of $5694 from Fairley’s Supa IGA owner

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Shepparton News
Jan 18 2018
News

Records broken

Recreational anglers in Victoria are celebrating the release of more than a million trout in 2017 — a new record that will substantially improve freshwater fishing opportunities for keen anglers and their families.. Increasing fish stocking is

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Shepparton News
Jan 18 2018
Dairy

Holsteins to go under...

Fifth generation dairy farmer Darren Crawford has owned his own farm since mid-2012 and he has been dairying ever since he left school at the end of 2000.. But after five years of ownership, the Invergordon farmer and his young family have decided

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Rodney Woods
Jan 18 2018
Dairy

Aiming for quality,...

The Railtons don’t have a dairy on their property, but they will be entering five young stock in International Dairy Week.. In fact, if you see their 40ha farm near Echuca you might find more sheep than dairy cattle.. But don’t mistake

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Shepparton News
Jan 17 2018
Livestock

Survey listens to...

Australian livestock producers are being encouraged to participate in a number of surveys that will contribute to research to improve animal health and biosecurity.. Researchers from the Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation are calling for

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Shepparton News
Jan 17 2018
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Aust, Japan fighter jets to conduct drills

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has wrapped up his 16-hour whirlwind visit to Tokyo, trumpeting closer defence ties and trade optimism.

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AAP News
Jan 19 2018
News

Men to be sentenced over Sydney gang rape

Three men who sexually assaulted a 16-year-old girl at a party are expected to be sentenced in the NSW District Court.

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AAP News
Jan 19 2018
News

European storm kills four

Powerful winds have killed three people in the Netherlands and one person in Germany, and forced the cancellation of hundreds of flights.

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AAP News
Jan 19 2018
News

$16b Emirates deal throws lifeline to A380

Emirates is purchasing 20 A380 aircraft with the option for 16 more in a deal worth $A22 billion.

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AAP News
Jan 18 2018
News

Human rights praise for same-sex marriage

Australia has been commended for acting on same-sex marriage, and abuse within the juvenile justice system, but scorned for its treatment of asylum seekers.

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AAP News
Jan 18 2018
News

Sanctions hurting North Korea: Tillerson

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has accused Russia of not implementing all United Nations sanctions on North Korea.

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AAP News
Jan 18 2018
News

Rohingya camps could become people soup

In 2018 cyclones and the monsoon rains are likely to bear down on the Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh with disastrous consequences.

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AAP News
Jan 18 2018
News

Soaring temperatures cause havoc in Vic

Searing heat during peak hour has left Victorians struggling to get home by public transport as temperatures are set to soar again.

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AAP News
Jan 18 2018
News

Aussies laid back about Australia Day date

A new poll shows most Australians aren't too worried about changing the date of Australia Day from January 26.

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AAP News
Jan 18 2018
News

Aussie saleyards boss in Serbian drug bust

A saleyards director and steel importer is one of three Australians arrested in Serbia over an international drug-smuggling ring.

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AAP News
Jan 18 2018
News

10kg of cannabis found under truck in NSW

A man has been arrested in NSW after authorities found 9.5kg of cannabis strapped to the bottom of a truck he was driving, which also had faulty brakes.

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AAP News
Jan 18 2018
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