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$30 000 worth of jewellery stolen from property

Cobram detectives are investigating the robbery of $30 000 worth of jewellery from a Nathalia property on Wednesday.. The jewellery was stolen sometime between 1 pm and 5 pm from a Ryans Rd address.. Anyone with information regarding the robbery

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Courier Cobram
Sep 14 2017
Sport

Junior tennis

Cobram Lawn Tennis Club is preparing for an exciting season with all ages and abilities catered for.. Junior players will once again have the opportunity to learn the game and hone their skills through competition and coaching.. The club has

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Courier Cobram
Sep 14 2017
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Letters to the Editor

Will history be repeated with cricket practice nets?. Will history of the 1980s be repeated about 35 years later in Moira Shire with the construction of cricket practice nets?. The 1980s saw the placement of cricket nets at Scott Reserve in the

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Courier Cobram
Sep 14 2017
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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
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Invergordon stud sale a success

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
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Show start for Miss Victoria

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
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Northern Victorian irrigation outlook

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
Water

New chair takes seat

Combating climate change and working to ensure balanced water use will be the focus of Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority’s newly appointed chair, Annie Volkering.. Having grown up in Mansfield, Ms Volkering said the region held

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Alana Christe...
Sep 19 2017
Livestock

Speckled Park beefing up show

It’s set to be the largest showing of Speckle Park at the Royal Melbourne Show, with Pine Lodge stud Jackungah Speckle Park hoping to put in a good showing at this year’s event with 10 cows.. Having secured Reserve Senior Champion Cow

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Alana Christe...
Sep 19 2017
Horticulture

Pear variety is a tasty addition for Ardmona

A new pear variety will hit Coles supermarket shelves and be grown in Australia for the first time, thanks to an Ardmona fruit grower.. But consumers will have to wait until 2021 for a taste.. Oakmoor Orchards owner Rocky Varapodio will pull out

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Rodney Woods
Sep 19 2017
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Numurkah goal for tower art

Two motivated Numurkah locals are hoping that an ambitious project can transform the local water tower into a piece of art in a bid to pay homage to the town’s history and boost tourism.. Marie Tuttle and Helena Cornelia came up with the ide

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Alana Christe...
Sep 19 2017
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Family business...

Kyabram dairy company Kyvalley Dairy Group have been awarded the 2017 Family Business Australia Victorian Hall of Fame award.. The announcement came as part of today’s celebrations of National Family Business Day and recognises family

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Shepparton News
Sep 19 2017
Water

Northern Victorian...

Water allocations for northern Victoria have been increased for the Goulburn, Murray and Loddon systems.. The Murray system has increased from 90 per cent to 98 per cent of high-reliability water shares.. The Goulburn system and the Loddon system

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Shepparton News
Sep 19 2017
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Red meat Senate rebuke

Victorian Senator Bridget McKenzie has issued a stinging rebuke of the red meat industry after a Senate committee handed down its report into the industry following two years of delays.. Tasked with exploring a number of aspects of the industry

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Alana Christe...
Sep 19 2017
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US may have to destroy North Korea: Trump

In his maiden speech to the UN General Assembly Donald Trump has warned the US will be forced to "totally destroy" North Korea if it continues missile tests.

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AAP News
Sep 20 2017
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N Korean crisis needs grand bargain: Rudd

Former prime minister Kevin Rudd believes a grand bargain and new diplomacy is needed to solve the North Korean nuclear threat crisis.

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AAP News
Sep 19 2017
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Vic school's turban ban discriminatory

A Melbourne Christian school discriminated against a Sikh boy by not allowing him to attend wearing a turban, a tribunal has found.

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AAP News
Sep 19 2017
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Finn told to 'shut her mouth' before death

The inquest into the 1975 murder of Perth madam Shirley Finn has heard a detective told her to "shut her mouth" after she threatened to "name names".

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AAP News
Sep 19 2017
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Old hospital development changes tack

The SA government says it prefers short-term and student accommodation over penthouses for a major redevelopment in Adelaide's East End.

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AAP News
Sep 19 2017
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One Nation donations 'sneaky', Qld premier

A One Nation move to cap fundraising donations below the threshold at which they'd have to be publicly declared has been labelled "sneaky".

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AAP News
Sep 19 2017
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Industry Minister Sinodinos on sick leave

Federal Industry Minister Arthur Sinodinos is standing aside to deal with an undisclosed medical issue.

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AAP News
Sep 19 2017
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Call for Aust military to be more chatty

Australia's defence establishment has become too cagey about telling the stories of modern diggers, war memorial director Brendan Nelson warns.

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AAP News
Sep 19 2017
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Household debt remains RBA's main concern

Housing debt and high home prices in Melbourne were among key concerns for the Reserve Bank of Australia when it kept rates on hold in September.

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AAP News
Sep 19 2017
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The tragedy, triumph of 1917 remembered

For Australia, 1917 was by far the worst year of World War I with 21,000 diggers killed on the battlefront.

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AAP News
Sep 19 2017
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Email hackers steal cash in property scams

Hackers stole almost $590,000 after intercepting emails between two Perth settlement agents and a property manager, and their respective clients.

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AAP News
Sep 19 2017
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