Deniliquin Pastoral Times
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CLUB HONOUR

Deniliquin Golf Club stalwarts Pam Jarratt and Kathy Simpson have been honoured with life membership.. The lifetime recognition was revealed at the Golf Club’s recent AGM.. Jarratt and Simpson have both played major roles for the club, both on

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Jamie Lowe
Dec 16 2017
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Station flag tribute to Ken

The flag at Deniliquin’s fire station in George St is flying at half mast to honour firefighter Ken Rose who died suddenly on Tuesday evening.. Deniliquin Fire & Rescue Captain Martin Smith said the flag will remain there until after Mr

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Zoe McMaugh
Dec 16 2017
Sport

Flooding recedes, play to continue

Day two of the Deni versus Finley match will go ahead after unexpected flooding of the Memorial Park number three oval threatened to derail the Rhinos’ shot at an outright victory.. Deni is in a commanding position after day one, having

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Jamie Lowe
Dec 16 2017
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Farmers urged to seek assistance

As harvest continues across the state, Grains Research and Development Corporation’s Fiona Marshall is calling on grain farmers to look out for each other and themselves this season.. Recently appointed to the GRDC’s Southern Regional

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Shepparton News
Dec 17 2017
Horticulture

Govt hypocrisy is alive and well

John Pettigrew (Country News, November 21) sincerely believes in the climate change theory that has taken 50 per cent of normal availability of water from farmers and advocates for more down the river.. His biggest obstacle is Barnaby Joyce who

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Shepparton News
Dec 16 2017
Cropping

Blue-green algae warning

Goulburn-Murray Water is warning the public to avoid direct contact with water in Lake Eppalock and Cairn Curran Reservoir after monitoring detected high levels of blue-green algae.. Warning signs will be positioned at major recreational areas

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Rodney Woods
Dec 15 2017
News

Sheep get a makeover

Filmed by Joy the Sheep, these beautified sheep are looking very glamorous!

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Shepparton News
Dec 15 2017
Water

Seasonal determination update

The Resource Manager for northern Victoria today updated the 2017/18 seasonal determinations.. The low-reliability water shares (LRWS) seasonal determination in the Broken system increases from 63 per cent to 100 per cent. The Broken system also has

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Shepparton News
Dec 15 2017
News

Scholarships offered

Young people from regional Victoria looking to undertake vocational education or training have the opportunity to apply for a new scholarship.. The Rural Chances scholarship is an initiative of the Macpherson Smith Rural Foundation and is available

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Shepparton News
Dec 15 2017
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Calls for "fair dinkum" review of the basin plan

Murray River Group of Council have called for a ‘‘fair dinkum’’ examination of the Murray-Darling Basin Plan at the upcoming Ministerial Council meeting.. Chair of the six council group, and Campaspe Shire mayor, Adrian

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Alana Christe...
Dec 15 2017
Cropping

Take steps to reduce grain moisture

Recent heavy rainfall through parts of the southern cropping region is likely to result in growers having to deal with grain going into storage with high moisture content.. High moisture in stored grain can lead to mould and insect growth, so

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Shepparton News
Dec 15 2017
News

Data added

Farmers in the Riverine Plains region now have free access to two additional weather stations and moisture probes, installed at Bungeet and Miepoll.. The installation is part of a project facilitated by Riverine Plains.. Research and extension

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Shepparton News
Dec 14 2017
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April 22, 1991: Catch...

Catching a 20kg Murray Cod is a little like a hole in one at golf - that does not happen every day and for some, try as they may it never happens. . But a Mooroopna boy and his two Shepparton mates have the cod in the bag, well, in the freezer at

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Shepparton News
Dec 14 2017
Livestock

Virtual bar for sheep

Virtual fencing for spatial grazing of sheep could potentially unlock profitability gains and practical benefits for southern mixed farmers.. With virtual fencing technology for cattle expected to be released in the near future, work is under way to

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Shepparton News
Dec 14 2017
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Euroa rodeo set to...

More than 10 years since it hosted its last rodeo, Euroa is gearing up to join the Australian Pro Rodeo Association circuit with a huge event next year.. Euroa Pro Rodeo committee member Troy Spencer said the town hosted its last rodeo in 2005 and

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Shepparton News
Dec 14 2017
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Talk of NSW Senate seat for Keneally

There's speculation former NSW premier Kristina Keneally will be offered the soon-to-be vacant Senate seat after her tough battle in the Bennelong by-election.

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AAP News
Dec 17 2017
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We hear you like our work: PM to voters

Malcolm Turnbull's colleagues believe he has secured his leadership of the party heading into a the next federal election due in 2019.

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AAP News
Dec 17 2017
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Trad defends Queensland 'Robin Hood' tax

Queensland Treasurer Jackie Trad has dismissed claims her government's planned property tax will hurt the state's economy.

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AAP News
Dec 17 2017
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Morrison to reveal smaller budget deficit

Economists expect Treasurer Scott Morrison will reveal an improved budget position when he hands down his mid-year review.

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AAP News
Dec 17 2017
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Melbourne mayor denies sex assault claims

Melbourne Lord Mayor Robert Doyle has declared his innocence while announcing he will stand down while being investigated over sexual harassment allegations.

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AAP News
Dec 17 2017
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JA sorry if he offended over disabled joke

John Alexander says he's sorry if he caused any offence in his victory speech when he joked about refusing a disabled parking permit because he still had pride.

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AAP News
Dec 17 2017
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Mysterious deaths of billionaire couple

Canadian billionaire and philanthropist Barry Sherman and his wife Honey, have been found dead in their Toronto mansion in suspicious circumstances.

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AAP News
Dec 17 2017
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NSW man charged over North Korea brokering

A Sydney man been charged with brokering sales and discussing the supply of componentry of weapons of mass destruction to raise money for North Korea.

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AAP News
Dec 17 2017
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Vic party balcony collapse leaves two dead

Two people have died and 17 are injured after a balcony collapsed in Melbourne's Doncaster East.

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AAP News
Dec 17 2017
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Holt legacy overshadowed by disappearance

Fifty years after former prime minister Harold Holt vanished from a Victorian beach, he remains best known for his disappearance, not his politics.

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AAP News
Dec 17 2017
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Labor sees policy work as key to poll wins

Labor says the result in the Bennelong by-election shows there are enough people willing to switch their votes that it has a chance at the next federal poll.

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AAP News
Dec 17 2017
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