Sir,. I’ll be voting ‘No’ in the same sex marriage plebiscite primarily because the main issue, as I see it, is about the rights of children rather than adults.. While the ideal of marriage is not always maintained, at its heart
Former Deniliquin High School student Katherine Gow tasted premiership success when her Wollongong Saints defeated Blacktown based Western Magic in the XBlades AFL Sydney Women’s Division One grand final in Sydney on Sunday.. After a tight
Mullets, ‘flannies’ and footy shorts were popular accessories at Deniliquin High School’s Ballroom Blitz last week.. Held as part of the physical education component of Year 10 studies, the 22nd annual event had a ‘Ballroom
Zoo Two will face Buncha Two in the Deniliquin & District Pool Competition after defeating Tatts at the Exchange last Wednesday.. Tatts had a 3-0 lead to start the contest before Zoo Two came back to set up a tie-break at 5-all.. Zoo Two held on
Thirteen years of classes culminated in a flurry of both excitement and apprehension as Deniliquin High’s graduating Class of 2017 celebrated their final day at the school yesterday.. A formal assembly held at the school’s multi-purpose
An impressive season by Blighty onballer Corey Percy has been capped off with a thirds best and fairest win at the club’s presentation day on Sunday.. The 16 year-old polled an impressive 66 votes in a season where he was named in the best
Making large square bales of high quality hay will get much easier in 2018 with the introduction of the model L331 and L341 large square balers from John Deere.. Both models feature several customer-requested enhancements, including a new MegaWide
One hundred Poll Dorset flock rams will be sold at the Sammon Brothers 33rd annual sale on Friday at Shepparton Regional Saleyards.. The sale will see the use of Stockscan scanning, which assesses rams at eight to 12 months of age for live weight
A new DeLaval rotary milking system will by unveiled at the Elmore Field Days next month, with the Rotary E100 system the result of a multi-million dollar development program.. DeLaval Oceania sales director Justin Thompson said the project aimed to
Hay Caps is celebrating a birthday, with the business having manufactured the local invention on a southern Riverina family’s farm for a decade.. Invented back in 2006 by Tocumwal hay producers Phil and Lynda Snowden, the product has been
A range of customers in the Shepparton Irrigation Region (SIR) are set to benefit from a new Surface Drainage Program.. The SIR falls mostly within the Goulburn Broken catchment, and covers the Murray Valley, Shepparton, Central Goulburn and
Goulburn-Murray Water has announced a maximum annual allocation of 100 per cent for all Mid-Loddon Groundwater Management Area customers for the 2017-18 season.. The Mid-Loddon Groundwater Management Area extends from Moolort in the south to Calivil
The death of a chicken farm worker, killed by a forklift in the middle of the night, has led to a liquidated Victorian company being fined $1.13million for workplace breaches.. The contracting business, which formerly operated as CK Crouch Pty Ltd
NSW farmer Paul Cudden knew the first of Paxton Plow Co’s CB6 Cultibars was going to be right for him because it was effectively built to meet his requirements.. No-one else is building a machine to anything like its specifications, according
A spring field day will showcase the range of trials run by Riverine Plains and FAR Australia.. The field day will be held at the Riverine Research Centre in Forges Rd, Burramine on Thursday, September 28.. The RRC is a partnership between Riverine
The National Water Initiative has made a ‘‘significant contribution’’ to better managing Australia’s natural resources, according to a Productivity Commission draft report.. The report was tasked with assessing the
Hay makers are hoping for one more solid downpour in the coming days to help finish off their crop, according to AW Ag Contracting owner Adam Whipp.. Mr Whipp, from Nanneella, who contracts out 40000 square and round hay bales a year in addition to
The Prime Minister has warned of growing regional uncertainty as the newest warship enters the Royal Australian Navy.
Three days after a major earthquake hit Mexico City, rescuers are winding down the search for survivors in collapsed buildings.
World leaders in the space sector are gathering in Adelaide amid calls for a national space agency to allow local players to go where they have not gone before.
Julie Bishop has used her UN speech to talk up Australia's bid for a seat on the Human Rights Council but saved her strongest words for North Korea.
After seesawing in the polls, PM Bill English and Labour's Jacinda Ardern face NZ voters but it will take weeks to know the make-up of the new government.
Embattled Victorian Labor MP Khalil Eideh is the ninth MP planning to hang up the boots at next year's state election.
A Hobart DJ says he headbutted Tony Abbott because of a "personal hatred" for the former leader, shutting down claims it was related to marriage equality.
The Party for Freedom rally will gather on Saturday in an area widely recognised as Sydney's main gay district to oppose same-sex marriage.
The head of Queensland's corruption watchdog has warned corrupt conduct could potentially go unpunished because of a legal loophole in Right to Information laws
British Prime Minister Theresa May has emphasised the shared values between the EU and UK as she outlined her Brexit vision in Italy.