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Forgive and forget

At some time in our lives we will have heard or used the phrase, ‘I will forgive but I will never forget’.. I find this statement intriguing and somewhat sad, because it is not real forgiveness if the hurt is never to be forgotten.. The

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Sep 20 2017
Sport

Buckets for the course

Deniliquin Golf Club has once again received a generous donation to help keep the course in top condition.. Brian King from Riverina Watermatic donated $1500 worth of sand buckets for the club’s course this month.. In charge of keeping the

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Deniliquin Pa...
Sep 20 2017
Sport

Tremble goes back-to-back

Blighty captain Natalie Tremble claimed back to back A grade best and fairest wins at the club’s vote count on Sunday.. The skilled defender managed to poll an impressive 54 votes to finish three clear of league vote count joint runner-up Demi

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Jamie Lowe
Sep 19 2017
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Snakes sneaking into urban areas

The warmer weather is likely to see the emergence of more snakes, and rural veterinarians are gearing up for an influx of bitten pets.. A recent survey carried out by University of Melbourne found the most common victims in urban Melbourne were

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Shepparton News
Sep 20 2017
Viticulture

Heavy rain and storms likely from November to January

The first 16 days in Benalla this month has been the coldest in September since 1969.. The mean temperature of 9.3 degrees was the lowest since the 8.6 was recorded in Benalla for the first 16 days of September 1969.. Widespread heavy frosts were

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Peter Nelson
Sep 20 2017
Cropping

Inoculant can help save your hay

Current seasonal conditions have highlighted the problem of showery weather and high humidity causing difficulty with hay-making due to crops being unable to dry sufficiently to be baled in these conditions.. Continued turning for drying purposes

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Shepparton News
Sep 20 2017
Horticulture

Weeding out dodgy operators

A new watchdog will head the toughest labour hire scheme in Australia under a crackdown on dodgy operators by the Victorian Government.. The laws, to be put to parliament by the end of the year, are in response to an investigation that uncovered

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Shepparton News
Sep 20 2017
Water

High price expected

A 609ha property owned by the late Michael Burston, a noted cattle man and Order of Australia recipient, is expected to fetch upwards of $4.75million when it goes under the hammer on October 6.. The property, dubbed East Mount Ada, is held over 22

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Shepparton News
Sep 20 2017
News

Young voices heard

Murray Bennett of Landmark in Wangaratta is the 2017 ALPA Victorian Young Auctioneers Competition winner.. Joe Allen, from Elders in Euroa, was runner-up, and both men will represent Victoria at the 2018 ALPA National Young Auctioneers Competition

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Shepparton News
Sep 20 2017
Dairy

Pint-sized cattle dog is a star

So Steve, tell us all about Billie.. Billie has no idea that he is little, and he always has to be around the action. Even though he is actually Hamish’s dog, he spends most of the day with me out on the farm. He loves to run through the

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Shepparton News
Sep 20 2017
Cropping

Light and mobile tank

ATV and UTV (all terrain and utility) vehicles together with smaller horsepower tractors offer a significant mobility factor on Australia’s farms of all types and scale as well as for grounds maintenance, servicing and preparation.. Silvan

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Shepparton News
Sep 19 2017
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Lost pup home at long last

A blue heeler puppy who journeyed almost 200km from home has been reunited with his owner, five months after going missing from a Mooroopna backyard.. Thanks to a microchip, Ned the blue heeler, now six months old, has returned to the arms of his

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Shepparton News
Sep 19 2017
Cropping

Invergordon stud sale...

An equal top price of $17000 was achieved twice at yesterday’s on-farm 1st Stage Complete Dispersal Sale of the dual Master Breeder herd, Invergordon’s Paringa Holsteins

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Rodney Woods
Sep 19 2017
News

Show start for Miss...

It was a time when the Miss Showgirl competition was in its infancy, far from the well known competition it is today.. Back in 1958, just a year after the competition had begun, a 20-year-old Beverley Long (nee McFarlane) was at the Yarrawonga Show

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Alana Christe...
Sep 19 2017
Cropping

Northern Victorian...

The Goulburn and Loddon systems should achieve 100 per cent allocation by February next year, even under dry conditions.. The Northern Resource manager, Mark Bailey has issued forecasts of high reliability shares based on current system holdings

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Shepparton News
Sep 19 2017
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One Nation senator to face High Court

One Nation senator Malcolm Roberts will be questioned by government lawyers in the High Court over his British citizenship.

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AAP News
Sep 20 2017
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Hurricane Maria moves towards Puerto Rico

Hurricane Maria is moving towards Puerto Rico, with warnings of widespread destruction after the storm hammered Dominica.

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AAP News
Sep 20 2017
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Cousins told he's lucky crash didn't kill

Ben Cousins has been told by a Perth magistrate it was lucky he didn't kill someone when he crashed his car head-on into a truck while high on meth.

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Sep 20 2017
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ACCC concerned regulations boost big banks

The ACCC has asked the Productivity Commission to look at whether regulation is giving Australia's giant lenders an unfair advantage over their smaller rivals.

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AAP News
Sep 20 2017
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NSW drunk driver avoids jail after appeal

A Brazilian student jailed for driving drunk with eight passengers in his car in Sydney has been sentenced to an 18-month good behaviour bond on appeal.

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Sep 20 2017
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Abbott cohorts warn against rocking boat

Senior Nationals and Liberal MPs have urged patience and warned against instability as the government considers its energy policy.

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AAP News
Sep 20 2017
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Protesters scale Canberra DFAT building

Two protesters have unfurled a banner on the front awning of DFAT's office in Canberra calling on Australia to sign the nuclear weapons ban treaty.

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AAP News
Sep 20 2017
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Outgoing Wesfarmers MD Goyder paid $12.1m

Wesfarmers managing director Richard Goyder pocketed a total $12.1 million in his final full year in charge of the conglomerate.

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AAP News
Sep 20 2017
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BHP CEO pay jumps in FY17

BHP Billiton chief executive Andrew Mackenzie's pay has more than doubled to $US4.55 million in FY 2017 with short term incentives restored.

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AAP News
Sep 20 2017
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nib to buy corporate insurer for $155.5m

Shares in health insurer nib have been placed in a trading halt for a capital raising to fund the $155.5 million acquisition of GU Health.

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Sep 20 2017
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PM downplays Kim Jong-un 'suicide mission'

The risk around the North Korean situation is increasing, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says.

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Sep 20 2017
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