Christmas is a reminder of love
Christmas is many things to many people.
There is mounting community frustration at the political and bureaucratic mess that has been made of our water resources.
It’s 29 days until Christmas and the mad rush of the silly season has begun.
When I was younger I remember, on visits to Sydney or Melbourne, seeing people walking the streets with placards reading ‘The End is Nigh’ or ‘The World is Ending’, indicating the end of time as we know it.
The decision to push local councils to introduce live streaming of council meetings (page 5) is a step in the right direction, and should ensure heightened transparency and engagement.
It is extremely disappointing that the Salvation Army officers and volunteers last week came into the Deniliquin headquarters to discover its donation bin had been rummaged through.
When Federal Agriculture and Water Resources Minister David Littleproud rolled into the region last week, it’s likely he would have known what to expect.
The extensive program of major projects in coming years will provide our region with a significant economic boost.
Early signs suggest the new regional local government body is prepared to advocate strongly on behalf of its communities, which is a positive sign.
A VERDICT of not guilty to both attempted murder and murder was handed down to the Deniliquin woman who murdered her son in the Murray River last year.
Due to heavy rainfall and resulting flood waters, roads across the region are closed with motorists and residents urged to take care in this treacherous weather. More than 50 mm has fell in the last 24 hours with more rain forecasted. Motorists...
Emergency services were called to a two-car collision at the intersection of Webb Rd and McEwen Rd in Kyabram at approximately 9:15pm. The incident involved a family of five in a station wagon and three young females in a sedan. Police have...