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Police presence needed. After last week’s break-ins and talking to other business owners and the general public that come into my shop, all agree that Cobram needs a 24-hour police station.. Yes, with the growth of Cobram and Barooga and

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Courier Cobram
Jul 20 2017
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Remembering Alby Bach

Albert Henry (Alby) Bach was a valued member of the Lions Club of Cobram.. Alby served for many years and was the original co-ordinator of the Log Cabin market when it started about 1992.. Back then it was held at the site of the log cabin.. Later

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Courier Cobram
Jul 20 2017
Sport

Surprise win for Hipwell

There are only four rounds left until the finals of the Numurkah Squash Club winter competition.. Monday night saw Damian Hipwell score a surprise win against club champion Andrew Storer in their line one match.. Storer stunned the gallery with an

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Courier Cobram
Jul 20 2017
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Recipe for healthy kids

According to new research released by Medibank, Australian parents believe it is beneficial for children to help prepare meals at home because it leads to improved life skills and bonding opportunities, yet technology, late nights at work, and other

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Shepparton News
Jul 21 2017
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Nominate your local volunteers!

The Andrews Labor Government is urging people to nominate hard-working volunteers from Northern Victoria in this year’s Victorian Premier’s Volunteer Champions Awards.. Labor Upper House Member for Northern Victoria, Jaclyn Symes, said the

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Shepparton News
Jul 21 2017
Cropping

Something for every farm

Farm machinery dealer Rural Group has been around the Goulburn Valley for a while but it has only had a Shepparton branch for two years.. With Rural Group having had a presence in Echuca and Cobram for much longer, it was inevitable it would end up

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Shepparton News
Jul 21 2017
Livestock

It’s Ewe Time forums return

A new series of one of the sheep industry’s most popular extension and adoption programs — It’s Ewe Time — is being rolled out in August, designed to increase producer awareness of the principles, practices and tools of sheep enterprise

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Shepparton News
Jul 21 2017
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Pros and cons of ownership discussed

Economic thresholds of owning, co-owning or contracting machinery was the topic of the discussion by a Farm 360 consultant at a recent Birchip Cropping Group event.. Speaking at the Birchip Cropping Group’s Future Farmers Expo, Simon Craig said it

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Shepparton News
Jul 21 2017
Cropping

A machine to fit your needs

A new range of Krone machinery has options for all silage needs, with mowers, rakes and tedders on offer to fit a range of operations and needs.. Echuca CIH sales representative Leo Dullard said the new range of Swadro Rakes, the TC640 and the

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Shepparton News
Jul 21 2017
Cropping

Average outlook for wheat

Australian wheat yields are forecast to fall by more than a third from last year’s record harvest, back toward average levels, according to the latest Wheat Production Outlook from NAB Agribusiness.. Australia’s total wheat crop is estimated to

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Shepparton News
Jul 21 2017
Water

Risk of spill unchanged in systems

There is no change to the risk of spill in the Murray, Goulburn or Campaspe systems.. Northern Victoria resource manager Mark Bailey said the risk of spill in each of the Murray, Goulburn and Campaspe systems during 2017-18 remained above the 10 per

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Geoff Adams
Jul 21 2017
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Energy costs shock irrigators

Agricultural groups say independent research that shows failure of regulation and monitoring is resulting in electricity prices exceeding efficient supply costs; confirms that the electricity market at every level is failing to work in the interests

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Shepparton News
Jul 21 2017
Livestock

New campaign markets...

‘‘Australian Beef is the greatest meat on earth’’ is the message to consumers from Meat & Livestock Australia’s new domestic beef marketing platform, launched last week.. The new platform evolves from the previous ‘‘You’re Better

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Shepparton News
Jul 21 2017
Cropping

No-till tips for...

Keeping or improving soil health for future generations is the main focus of no-till farming according to two international guests from North America.. Canadian farmer Blake Vince and University of Nebraska educator Paul Jasa visited Pine Lodge

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Rodney Woods
Jul 21 2017
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Barnaby: cut bull

Barnaby Joyce has taken aim at federal Liberals, telling his Coalition partners they need to drop ‘‘bulls*** arguments’’ and concentrate on things that matter to voters.. Those things don’t include a parliamentary vote on same-sex marriage

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Shepparton News
Jul 20 2017
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Turnbull calls for agile Liberal Party

Almost 1500 NSW Liberal Party members will gather in Sydney to debate party reform and hear from Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.

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AAP News
Jul 22 2017
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Trump needs clean slate: Spicer quits

The White House has hired a new communications director, sparking an abrupt resignation from press secretary Sean Spicer.

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AAP News
Jul 22 2017
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Aussie cycling legend hurt in Vic crash

Australian cycling legend Phil Anderson has a number of broken bones after falling off his bike during a training ride.

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AAP News
Jul 21 2017
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US bans citizens from travel to N. Korea

The US government is set to announce a ban on its travelling to rogue nation.

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AAP News
Jul 21 2017
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Morrison talks down impact of Lib changes

As almost 1500 Liberal Party members gather in Sydney for a special convention, Scott Morrison has called for a focus on winning elections.

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AAP News
Jul 21 2017
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Raw SA milk linked to gastro cases

South Australian health authorities have banned the sale of raw milk from a local dairy after it was linked to a string of gastro cases.

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AAP News
Jul 21 2017
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Vic group suing recycling plant over fire

A neighbourhood has launched a class action against the operator of a Melbourne recycling plant over a fire that burned for more than a week.

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AAP News
Jul 21 2017
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Slain Melbourne surgeon, dad farewelled

A Melbourne-based surgeon who died after allegedly being punched in a brutal attack has been remembered as a doting father and a brilliant doctor.

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AAP News
Jul 21 2017
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NSW death linked to recalled airbags

A faulty Takata airbag has been blamed for the death of a man in crash in Sydney's southwest, the first Australian death linked to the recalled bags.

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AAP News
Jul 21 2017
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Optus to break Telstra 'stranglehold': Lew

Australia's second largest mobile provider is investing $1 billion in regional coverage to create an alternative nationally distributed mobile network.

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AAP News
Jul 21 2017
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Fortescue may appeal Fed Court ruling

Fortescue Metals is considering its options on a Federal Court ruling that recognised a native title claim to land on which Fortescue mines.

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AAP News
Jul 21 2017
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