Million for museum
A museum to display 20 years of Deni Ute Muster history is possible following the announcement of $1 million for the project.
Leaders like Mathoura’s Amos Farrell will battle for their side, all the way until the very end.
The Cressy/Napier St roundabout will be closed for four weeks as the Napier Street Revitalisation project extends its reach.
The Deniliquin Rams were simply out-worked by their arch rival Finley on Saturday, going down by 33 points in the round 14 clash.
A $250,000 heavy vehicle lay-by area is to be built at Booroorban.
A $250,000 heavy vehicle lay-by area is to be built at Booroorban.
The Deni Drovers had a tough game against the Tumut Bulls in round 13 of the Southern Inland Rugby Union McMullen Cup competition on Saturday.
The 160th anniversary of the Deniliquin Pastoral Times, one of the oldest newspapers in NSW, will be celebrated this week.
Part of the Goulburn Valley Hwy is closed in Kialla West due to an incident which occurred about 4.20pm. Police are currently diverting all traffic along the highway onto Mitchell Rd, Central Kialla Rd and Union Rd. It is unknown when the road will...
Shepparton Police are appealing for witnesses in regards to a Kyabram man who was arrested after he was caught drink driving in a State Emergency services vehicle. The man was arrested just after 2am this morning in High St, after it was reported to...
A STRATHALLAN family is living in fear that they could become another road toll statistic in their own home.
CAMPASPE Shire Council has edged another step closer to separating its officers from Echuca Magistrates Court.
It was a big night last Monday for Deniliquin Rotary Club at its weekly meeting.
Closely matched rivals Deniliquin Rovers and Blighty Redeyes put on another fantastic display of local football on Saturday.
Wilmot Rd Primary School has unveiled its new Koori Garden, celebrating its indigenous community members.
IT’S a miserable day and you run out to your car, soggy and wet.
RESIDENTS and visitors to Koondrook are already benefiting from the completion of the second stage of the town’s CBD redevelopment.
An official opening for the new and improved Tocumwal Library will be held in conjunction with its 21st birthday on Tuesday, July 30.
A giant piggy bank — 3m tall, weighing 700kg — will roll into Cobram later this month, raising money for children with life-threatening conditions.
THE Lockington 2019 debutantes and their partners made a striking picture.
EMERGENCY service organisations across the Euroa electorate are being encouraged to apply for funding through the Volunteer Emergency Services Equipment Program (VESEP).
Tatura icon John Ryan is clipping in the cleats in support of Give Me 5 For Kids.
Federation Council will consider projects eligible for funding under a $1 million Federal Government grant, engaging with council’s Drought Support Steering Committee and finalise the priorities at its next monthly meeting on August 20. Council is...
With dry conditions continuing across the Basin, environmental water managers are doing what they can to help the Murray River survive. Water for the environment will be used in River Murray during winter and spring to ensure our native fish have...
SCORES Shepparton South 3 (Aitken 7’, Radevski 13’, Kareem 88’) d Shepparton 0 Dead ball finesse has propelled Shepparton South to a 3-0 success against cross-town counterparts Shepparton in a round 13 clash of the Bendigo Amateur Soccer League. South was in set piece heaven at Vibert Reserve with the bulk of their goals resulting from free kicks, a point of difference coach Gino Saracino highlighted as somewhat of a strategy for his side. ’It was a really pleasing result after having been inconsistent the past couple of weeks, not in terms of the results, but more so the performances,‘ Saracino said. ’They could have scored a couple early on and individually they had four or five really good players, so we knew we had to watch out for them. ’I think we have scored 24 goals this year and 10 of those have come from set pieces, which is good to see.‘ After a couple of early scares, South made its mark on the match in the seventh minute with talisman striker Joel Aitken scoring with usual aplomb to have his tally reach 10 in as many games. Continuous pressure paid dividends shortly after for the visitors as Shaun Kane’s pinpoint free kick was met by the head of Nathan Radevski to double the Southerners’ advantage. Down but certainly not out, Shepparton refused to roll over, but South’s robust backline stopped every Reds attacking venture. The second half brought much of the same for Shepparton who, despite industrious movement in the attacking third, was thwarted by the Southerners defensive presence. With the game drawing to a close, another piece of magic off the boot of Kane from a set play was headed home by Kabir Larry Casey Kareem to put the game to bed. The win places South in fifth, five points behind Tatura, and facing Eaglehawk this Sunday Saracino is wary of the challenge the opposition presents. ’We play the best team this weekend in my opinion, they are very robotic in the way they play, so we will do our best with a 15-man squad instead of 11 or 12 hopefully,‘ he said. ’I will give opportunities to the blokes who want to play.‘
Forging a strong working relationship with new Senator Perin Davey is top of the Murray Regional Strategy Group’s agenda.
Southern Riverina farmers are facing another irrigation season of zero allocation, with major implications for the dairy and rice growing industries.
THE NATION’S farmers are bracing for a tough winter, after autumn rains eluded much of the country, hindering crop planting and pressuring livestock producers moving into the colder months, the latest Rabobank Rural Confidence Survey has found...
The Greens have written to the Australian National Audit Office requesting the Auditor-General conduct an examination of the live exports branch of the Federal Department of Agriculture in light of allegations of mismanagement and falsification of official records.
THE 2018–19 season will most certainly be remembered as an exceptionally challenging season for the Australian dairy industry. Universally high feed costs, record high temporary irrigation water costs and widespread dry seasonal conditions have...
After the difficulties that come with a hot season last year, fruit growers around the Goulburn Valley are set to be faced with a lack of water for the season ahead.
HENRY BATH has received many awards for services to the dairy industry and the community of Cedar Creek in Queensland’s sunny north over his 81 years, including a recent OAM in 2019, but the awards do not faze him one little bit. As...
Farm safety was at the top of the agenda for dozens of Goulburn Oven’s Institute of TAFE students last week, with the important issue in the spotlight during Farm Safety Day.
BUILDING ON the best features of the 1990CCS Air Seeder that has been the standard for small grains seeding for the last decade, John Deere has introduced the redesigned N500C Series Air Drills for 2019. These new air drills integrate the latest in...
HAPPY COWS mean happy farmers and young Western District farmer Rachael McGrath is doing her best to keep smiling. At 25, Rachael is taking over management of her family farm which has endured years of adversity and setbacks. With a good 2019...
The recent release of a scientific report presents a ‘‘once in a lifetime’’ opportunity to rectify some political wrongs, according to Speak Up.
It was a full house at this year’s Victorian No-Till Conference in Shepparton, with growers and businesses from across the state travelling to the two-day conference.
MULTIPLE DEMANDS on irrigation water, stricter environmental controls and pressures from animal activists are some of the issues that are similar for Californian dairy farmers and those in Australia. Animal scientist Dr Russ Hovey drew some...
A parliamentary report that recommended lifting unemployment benefits was changed just before the federal election, it has been reported by The Age newspaper.
Climate change is a looming crisis that requires concerted global action, BHP’s CEO has declared as the mining giant invests $400 million to combat it.
East Timor’s parliament has voted to ratify a maritime boundary treaty with Australia, clearing the way for gas field development.
Toby Greene’s short but successful stint as GWS captain is over, with the club’s AFL co-captain Phil Davis cleared to play against Port Adelaide on Saturday.
Scott Morrison and Marise Payne have congratulated Boris Johnson, who was elected leader of the UK’s Conservative Party and will become prime minister.
A Titanic survivor’s walking stick, used to signal for help from a lifeboat, has sold for $US62,500 ($A88,794) at an auction.