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Waterfest fun this weekend

The popular Yarrawonga Waterfest will be held at the Yarrawonga Yacht Club this Saturday. . Following on from its success last year the Waterfest will feature canoeing, yachting and rowing but a new addition to the day is the successful PaddleHub

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Jared Loughnan
Jan 18 2017
News

New exercise stations at Gorman Park

With the recent installation of exercise stations at Gorman Park, those who enjoy exercising in the open air can now join those who desire the serenity of a pleasant walk through natural Murray River bushland.. Gorman Park was purchased in 1946 by

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Yarrawonga Ch...
Jan 18 2017
Sport

Milo and Big Bash set to return

With the holiday period almost done and dusted, the YMCC are looking to start the second season of the very popular Big Bash program. . In the past, this second season consisted of a six week program of Big Bash and also the popular Net Sessions for

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Yarrawonga Ch...
Jan 18 2017
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Rural News
Dairy

Jerseys shown

The latest champion Jerseys were named at the National Jersey Show at International Dairy Week on Wednesday last week, with four-year-old cow Bushlea Van Fernleaf 10 from Bushlea Farms in Koonwarra taking out the top honours of Supreme Champion

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Alana Christe...
Jan 25 2017
Horticulture

Italian pork meatballs

Ingredients:. 1kg pork mince. 100g tomato paste. 200g pasta sauce. 20g dry garlic. 100g fresh grated parmesan. 10g salt. tsp pepper. 150g bread crumbs. 1 tsp chopped parsley. Method:. Mix together pork mince, tomato paste, garlic sprinkle, parmesan

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Shepparton News
Jan 24 2017
News

Hope for Parmalat workers

There is some hope arising for workers at Parmalat Australia’s Echuca dairy processing site, with discussions over a new Enterprise Bargaining Agreement continuing with some positivity.. Australian Manufacturing Workers’ Union national food

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Rodney Woods
Jan 24 2017
Dairy

Learning Aussie way

Two Australian Trade and Investment Commission representatives gave 14 delegates from Sri Lanka and India a tour of International Dairy Week as the delegates learned about the Australian way of dairying.. Anirban Deb, from Austrade’s New Delhi

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Rodney Woods
Jan 24 2017
News

Breeds make expo debut

A plethora of interesting animals is waiting to be discovered at the 26th Seymour Alternative Farming Expo.. With more than 20 breeds in one location, established and new farmers can talk directly to the breeder to find out what best suits their

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Geoff Adams
Jan 24 2017
Dairy

Happy on the farm and off

Sheep farmer Peter Mapletoft from Numurkah has a close relationship with his Kelpie Avenpart Karma who he received from renowned Kelpie breeder Mary McCrab. Karma, who Mr Mapletoft has had for about 10 months, loves to work - but despite being

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Shepparton News
Jan 24 2017
Dairy

Dominant performance - Video

Dingee’s Ben Govett has dominated the National Brown Swiss Show, with his cow Tandara Mobby Sarajevo 101 named Supreme Champion, Champion Cow and Best Udder on Wednesday last week. The four-year-old, from Mr Govett’s stud Tandara Brown Swiss

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Alana Christe...
Jan 24 2017
Dairy

Clean sweep

Wallumlands Sunstorm 8 made a clean sweep of the senior awards at the National Illawarra Show on Tuesday.. The six-year-old, which is owned by Gordon, Bacon and Govett in Cohuna, won Supreme Champion, Champion Cow and Best Udder at the show

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Alana Christe...
Jan 24 2017
News

Flu strikes

Australia will soon be supplying eggs to South Korea after a severe outbreak of avian flu hit that country, killing millions of hens.. Up to 30million hens are reported to have been culled in South Korea as it grapples with the bird flu outbreak

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Shepparton News
Jan 24 2017
Dairy

Community support

Friends in the dairy community have surrounded the Lloyd family with help and condolences following the sudden death of Kyabram farmer Darren Lloyd at International Dairy Week, the day before the show started.. Mr Lloyd, 53, was preparing a caravan

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Shepparton News
Jan 24 2017
Dairy

Kuhnes’ Jersey best

It was the Jersey breeds’ turn to shine at International Dairy Week 2017 with Bushlea Van Fernleaf10 owned by the Kuhne family from Koonwarra taking out Champion Dairy Cow.. Owner Wayne Kuhne said he never expected these sort of wins.. ‘‘You

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Geoff Adams
Jan 24 2017
Dairy

Calf sells for $251,000

A two-month-old calf has sold for a record-breaking $251000 at International Dairy Week, setting a new national record for price paid for a beef or dairy cow.. Those in the crowd were on the edge of their seats as the bidding climbed from $30000 to

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Shepparton News
Jan 24 2017
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Trump to name new Supreme Court Justice

Naming a Supreme Court Justice and getting previously stalled oil pipelines built are the latest topics on Donald Trump's agenda to 'make America great again.'

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AAP News
Jan 25 2017
News

Vic Police policy on suspect cars revealed

An email has revealed that Victoria Police had been told they shouldn't rush to intercept suspect cars month before the Bourke St Mall car attack.

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AAP News
Jan 25 2017
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Madonna should be arrested: Gingrich

A former Republican House Speaker says Madonna should be arrested for her remarks concerning the notion of "blowing up" the White House.

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AAP News
Jan 24 2017
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Deng Adut hopes to inspire little fans

Child soldier turned lawyer Deng Adut hopes to use his time as NSW Australian of the Year inspiring children.

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AAP News
Jan 24 2017
News

May must consult Parliament before Brexit

The British Supreme Court has ruled that the government cannot trigger Brexit without an act of parliament.

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AAP News
Jan 24 2017
News

Housing prices rose 0.3% last week

Adelaide home prices surged 1.3 per cent last week, while Perth and Brisbane home prices slumped despite the number of listings falling 9.5 per cent nationally.

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AAP News
Jan 24 2017
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Boyfriend's evidence shows 'truth': Connor

Australian woman Sara Connor says the "truth" has come out after her British boyfriend gave evidence at her murder trial in Indonesia.

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AAP News
Jan 24 2017
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Cop Hurley fined for assaulting co-worker

High-profile Queensland policeman Chris Hurley has been fined for assaulting a former female colleague at a shopping centre.

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AAP News
Jan 24 2017
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Uber driver says passenger said yes to sex

Sydney Uber driver Muhammad Naveed has pleaded not guilty to raping a 22-year-old female passenger.

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AAP News
Jan 24 2017
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ACCC dairy inquiry to hold public forums

The competition watchdog is inviting dairy farmers to express their views at public forums to be held in February and March.

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AAP News
Jan 24 2017
News

Hanson welcomes America's exit from TPP

Senator Pauline Hanson says she is "very pleased" Donald Trump has withdrawn America from the Trans-Pacific Partnership as she does not support the trade deal.

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AAP News
Jan 24 2017
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