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Inquiry into fuel prices

State Member for Ovens Valley Tim McCurdy has urged families and businesses to make their voices heard in a parliamentary inquiry into regional fuel prices.. Mr McCurdy said country motorists felt they had been left in the dark.. ‘‘For

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Courier Cobram
Aug 17 2017
Sport

Cobram Junior Soccer Association

This Saturday will be the Gala Day for Cobram Junior Soccer Association when 32 teams across six divisions will be battling it out during shortened matches in what promises to be an enjoyable day.. Draws have been circulated and it is essential that

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Courier Cobram
Aug 17 2017
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Taking on the world

Cobram resident Indyanna-Rose Ciccone has become a national finalist in the coveted Australian Continents Pageant, in the Miss Teen section of the competition.. The young model said she was blown away by news of her inclusion.. ‘‘I was

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Courier Cobram
Aug 17 2017
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Foreign labour exploited

A Queensland labour-hire company and its manager have been penalised a total of more than $84000 after flouting record-keeping and pay slip laws relating to vulnerable foreign workers, despite having previously been cautioned by the Fair Work

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Shepparton News
Aug 19 2017
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Demand pushes price up

Gippsland is the main growth region where a boost in demand for quality cereal hay has resulted in a price rise recently.. The majority of cereal is now trading at between $150 and $170/tonne but there is poor quality feed available for around

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Shepparton News
Aug 19 2017
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Hall set for country fun

Event organisers are gearing up for this weekend’s annual Reg Poole Country Music Concert at the Harston Memorial Hall.. The concert will be hosted by the Golden Guitar winner, who will perform old-time favourites with a sing-a-long.. Harston

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Shepparton News
Aug 19 2017
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Farmall tractors are a perfect fit

At the Dieckmann family’s 81ha farm, the lucerne hay producers have been using Case IH equipment for decades and recently purchased a trio of tractors.. Having recently purchased a Farmall 115U cab, Farmall 60B and Farmall105U with loader from

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Shepparton News
Aug 19 2017
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Fix must come first

Brave investment is required to grow the patronage and quality of V/Line services, Nationals Member for Euroa Steph Ryan says.. Following the release of a Victorian Auditor General’s report on the regional rail network, Ms Ryan has called on

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Shepparton News
Aug 19 2017
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VIDEO: Stanhope cheese plant opened

Fonterra's new state-of-the-art cheese plant was officially opened in Stanhope, marking the return of full production to the site two and a half years after fire destroyed the previous plant.. The $140 million plant has injected an estimated $30

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Alana Christe...
Aug 18 2017
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VIDEO: Explore the Silo Art Trail

With the towering silos littered across the Victorian landscape, a drone has helped to deliver a different perspective to the Wimmera-Mallee's Silo Art Trail.. From vision of the intricate artistry to stunning landscapes that see these

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Alana Christe...
Aug 18 2017
Water

Blue-Green Algae warnings removed for Lake Eppalock

Goulburn Murray Water (GMW) has removed the blue-green algae warning for Lake Eppalock following a significant decline in blue-green algae levels.. GMW will continue to undertake regular water quality monitoring and if blue-green algae reach levels

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Shepparton News
Aug 18 2017
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Space seeds get ray blast

Tomato seeds that were carried into space aboard a space shuttle and experimented on by astronauts in the 1980s only made it past Sydney’s Biosecurity officers after a blast of gamma rays.. The Tomato Rutgers California Supreme seeds were

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Shepparton News
Aug 18 2017
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Senate Economics...

The Senate Economics References Committee has today tabled its report into the Australian dairy industry.. The inquiry was initiated off the back of what the committee called unsavoury claw back practices that were conducted by Murray Goulburn and

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Rodney Woods
Aug 18 2017
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Hay is not only thing...

With recent rainfall across the Goulburn Valley, interest in Gaffy’s Tractor Hire’s hay making equipment is growing according to the company’s owner, Tim Gaffy.. Mr Gaffy has recently purchased a new 110hp John Deere tractor which

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Shepparton News
Aug 18 2017
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Vote down the CFA bill...

A bill that would see the Country Fire Authority become a volunteer-only organisation should be withdrawn, or rejected by the Legislative Council, a state committee has recommended.. The Legislative Council Select Committee on Fire Services has

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Alana Christe...
Aug 18 2017
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Pedestrians hit by car in Sydney

A woman is in a serious condition after a car crashed into the footpath of a busy street in Sydney's north, injuring seven pedestrians including a child.

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AAP News
Aug 19 2017
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Winx claims Warwick Stakes in a thriller

Winx has given her legions of fans a scare by missing the start in the Warwick Stakes before rallying to win the Group Two race.

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AAP News
Aug 19 2017
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Appeal for footage in Tanja Ebert search

Dashcam footage between Adelaide and South Australia's northeast could help police solve the disappearance and suspected murder of missing mother Tanja Ebert.

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AAP News
Aug 19 2017
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Dual-citizenship the ultimate disrupter

Crossbench senator Nick Xenophon has become the latest in a string of federal politicians to reveal they hold dual citizenship.

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AAP News
Aug 19 2017
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'Say a prayer for that little boy': PM

Malcolm Turnbull has urged Australians to say a prayer for a seven-year-old Sydney boy who has gone missing after the van attack in Barcelona.

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AAP News
Aug 19 2017
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Turnbull trumpets green-powered Tasmania

Malcolm Turnbull has spruiked Tasmania's renewable energy projects in an address to the Liberal Party state council meeting.

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AAP News
Aug 19 2017
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Ipswich needs mayor in 'prime': Antoniolli

A former policeman hoping to be Ipswich's next mayor says he's in his "prime", compared to a rival in the "twilight of his time" on council.

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AAP News
Aug 19 2017
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Xenophon to refer himself to High Court

Crossbench senator Nick Xenophon will refer himself to the High Court after finding out he's a British Overseas Citizen.

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AAP News
Aug 19 2017
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Trump considering new Afghan war approach

US President Donald Trump is considering a change of strategy in Afghanistan, with options ranging from a total pullout to a modest hike in troops.

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AAP News
Aug 19 2017
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Polanski victim's bid to end case rejected

A plea by a Roman Polanski rape victim to end the criminal case against the fugitive director has been rejected by a judge in Los Angeles.

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AAP News
Aug 19 2017
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Bannon returns to Breitbart after exit

Ousted adviser Steve Bannon says he is "going to war for Trump against his opponents" after returning to Breitbart News as executive chairman.

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AAP News
Aug 19 2017
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