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Wine Expo success

ClubMulwala held their first wine expo on the ClubMulwala Resort Foreshore last Saturday with many people enjoying the wine and entertainment despite the weather.. Marquees were set up along the foreshore to keep the patrons dry while they enjoyed

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
Jan 17 2018
Sport

Waterfest fun this weekend

The popular Yarrawonga Waterfest will be held at the Yarrawonga Yacht Club this Saturday, January 20.. Following on from its success last year the Waterfest will feature canoeing, yachting and rowing but a new addition will be the Dragon Boat. From

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
Jan 17 2018
News

BBQ for emergency services

Residents will once again have the chance to help raise much needed funds through Bunnings’ annual Emergency Services Volunteers BBQ, taking place at all stores on Saturday 20th of January 2018.. Yarrawonga residents are encouraged to head to

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
Jan 17 2018
News

Aquatic Strategy Survey closing soon

Your chance to have a say in the first round of community feedback for Moira Shire’s Aquatic Strategy is closing on Wednesday, January 31. . This is the first round of public consultation for the proposed Aquatic Strategy with more

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
Jan 17 2018
News

Out & About

Out and about with Les Garbutt

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
Jan 17 2018
News

Alternative Farming Expo line up revealed

Enter the fascinating nerve-centre of alternative farming, where innovation and one-of-a-kind production techniques are integral.. The 26th annual Seymour Alternative Farming Expo brings together the best in Australia, in an informative and

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
Jan 10 2018
News

Ron Delezio Australia Day ambassador

This Australia Day, Corowa is set to host its biggest Australia Day celebration yet with over 500 people expected to join Australia Day Ambassador, Ron Delezio for the festivities.. Ron Delezio’s speaking experience is from the heart. His

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
Jan 10 2018
News

38,000 new sleepers for Oaklands line

A massive 38,000 timber sleepers will be replaced by steel sleepers on the Oaklands to Benalla rail way line starting this week.. The Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) will roll out track upgrade works using Yarrawonga as a centre point

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
Jan 10 2018
News

Boat users want safety not bans

With the first information meeting around the planned boating bans on this Monday many boat users around Bundalong want safety measures not bans.. The Draft Murray River Erosion Management Plan which was released by NSW Roads and Maritime Services

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
Jan 10 2018
News

Out & About

Out and about with Les Garbutt

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
Jan 10 2018
Sport

Locals training for 2018 Murray Bushrangers

Eleven players from the around the local area are currently training as part of the Murray Bushrangers TAC Cup pre-season.. Under 18 representatives Ely Smith, Bailey Frauenfelder, Isaac McMillan, Kayden Sharp, Jack Sexton, Harrison Meade, Finn

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
Jan 04 2018
News

“A website won’t fix country roads” – McCurdy

Nationals Member for Ovens Valley Tim McCurdy said funding for a ‘Country Roads’ website announced early December was nothing more than a cheap stunt.. Mr McCurdy said the funding didn’t contain one extra cent to fix country roads

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
Jan 04 2018
News

Cabin destroyed in fire

Cabin destroyed. A cabin at Mulwala Water Ski Holiday Park was destroyed when a fire started at about 10.00pm on Boxing Day, December 26.. The cabin’s holidaymakers from Melbourne were out at the time. The fire was believed to have started

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
Jan 04 2018
News

Ski show thrills crowd

A huge crowd attended the Mulwala Water Ski Club Peter Pan Ski Show and Fireworks on Saturday night following the cancellation of the previous shows due to bad weather.. Spectators were not disappointed with the fast-paced thrill ride that is the

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
Jan 04 2018
News

Moira Shire approves $112M solar project

Moira Shire is leading the way in renewable energy development with a planning permit for a $112 million solar farm on Kaarimba Road, Wunghnu approved in December.. CEO Mark Henderson said the site consisted of 270 hectares which would house more

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
Jan 04 2018
News

Wave of support as boat ban sinks in

As residents and visitors begin to understand the nature of a proposed ban on wake enhancing boating between Bundalong and Corowa a petition trying to stop it has attracted almost 7000 signatures in just five weeks.. The Save Boating on the Murray

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
Jan 04 2018
News

Report illegal rubbish dumps

Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA) summer is the illegal dumping season and the Victorian bush is often the target for skip bin loads of rubbish.. Chris Webb from EPA’s Illegal Waste Disposal Strikeforce says that’s where

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
Dec 27 2017
News

NBN works start

Fast nbn broadband is just around the corner with construction officially underway to connect 7,300 homes and businesses in parts of Yarrawonga and Mulwala to the nbn access network.. Crews will be on the ground, checking pits and pipes, laying the

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
Dec 27 2017
News

Out and About

Out and about with Les Garbutt

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
Dec 27 2017
News

Simple ‘Cool To Touch’ campfire message

Forest Fire Management Victoria has a simple message for the bushfire season – ‘If your campfire is Cool To Touch, you are safe to leave’.. “We want this message to resonate with campers because prevention is the best way of

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
Dec 27 2017
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