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Talent show success

The Mulwala Water Ski Club’s Got Talent Final was held on Sunday with 13 participants taking part to in front of a packed audience.. First prize of $5,000 went to Abbey Williams from Echuca who sang ‘Journey To The Past’ from

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
Jun 20 2018
News

Community Desk

Drum here to listen – Federal Member for Murray, the Hon Damian Drum will set up a Listening Post at the Lions Kiosk on the corner of Piper Street and Belmore St today, Wednesday, June 6. . Yarrawonga residents will have the opportunity to

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
Jun 06 2018
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Birds eye view of our empty lake

As Lake Mulwala becomes close to being emptied local pilot Pater McClean from P&M Aviation captured this unique photo last week. The lake will reach the targeted lowered level of 4.5 metres this week to ensure effective weed control over the

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
Jun 06 2018
Sport

Around the greens

YMGCR Bowls It may be the off season for Bowls but there is lots happening at YMGCR. The new Committee is in action, and coaching and games are taking place. Both Sunday and Wednesday numbers are up, (in fact, last Wednesday was a record number of

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
May 30 2018
News

$10 million theatre a priority

Victorian Shadow Minister for Country Health Emma Kealy has agreed more than $10 million in funding for a theatre restructure alongside funding for other required services needs to be a priority for Yarrawonga Health as the town quickly grows to

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
May 30 2018
News

In exchange for a smile

By work experience student Zali Peters. A project straight from the heart, and a disease many of us are affected by.. We all know someone who is suffering from cancer or someone who has had cancer. Even as a 16-year-old from my perspective I have

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
May 23 2018
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Basin Plan delivers.

Federal Member for Murray Damian Drum said the coalition Government has delivered certainty to irrigation communities in the Goulburn Murray Irrigation District by securing an agreement which saw the Senate vote to deliver the Murray-Darling Basin

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
May 16 2018
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Council’s new youth mayor

Corowa’s Dylan Forge has been elected to lead his peers as the Federation Youth Council Mayor.. The 15 year old chaired the second half of the Federation Youth Council Ordinary Meeting last Monday evening, April 30 at the Corowa Civic Centre

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
May 09 2018
Sport

Big fish caught in Mercury Classic

The Lake Mulwala Angling Club had a successful ClubMulwala Mercury Classic Fishing Competition recently with the numbers up from previous years.. Lovely weather contributed to the day with 418 competitors joining with 115 juniors to catch 329 fish

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
May 09 2018
Sport

Local barefooters do well at nationals

Rough Water didn’t stop Yarrawonga, Mulwala and Bundalong’s Barefooters from putting up some great scores at the 2018 National Barefoot Championships in Adelaide recently.. Barefoot champion and local Ski Club Ski Co-Ordinator Peter

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
May 09 2018
Sport

Iron Jack surprise

Yarrawonga Mulwala Golf Club Resort hosted the 2018 Iron Jack Victorian Country Masters Mixed Pairs Championship recently and who wouldn’t be more fitting than Commonwealth Gold Champion Joshua Thornton to stop by and check out the

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
May 09 2018
News

2018 Victorian Association Croquet Country Regional Championships

The 2018 Victorian Association Croquet Country Regional Championships were held in Yarrawonga between Monday, April 16 and Wednesday, April 18.. The event is played every year in a different Victorian Country Region on a rotating schedule with

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
May 09 2018
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Monash recognised at museum

Former Deputy Prime Minister Tim Fischer AC assisted with the opening of an exhibition for General John Monash at the Mulwala Pioneer Museum last Wednesday whilst also using the event to renew calls for the General to be retrospectively promoted to

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
May 09 2018
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Family food fair contributes to the community

Adding to the entertainment and activities at Yarrawonga Mulwala Golf Club Resort’s recent Family Food Fair was a Hole in One competition.. At $1 per ball entry there were plenty of people who tried to claim one of golf’s impressive

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
May 09 2018
News

Woolworths to eliminate plastic bags

Customers shopping at Woolworths Yarrawonga Central will this week begin to notice in-store reminders to bring their own reusable bags, as the supermarket prepares to go single-use plastic bag free nationally from June 20.. Across Australia this

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
May 09 2018
News

Sweeping spend but no local specifics

The 2018/19 Victorian Budget delivered by the State Government includes a raft of initiatives aimed at regional areas but little in the way of specific funding for Yarrawonga.. Member for Ovens Valley Tim McCurdy described the budget as a “raw

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
May 09 2018
News

Silo art celebrates service of women

The silo art at Devenish was revealed last week, celebrating the war efforts of women and the contribution of the local community to the First World War.. The artwork was unveiled on Anzac Day eve and coincides with the 100-year centenary of the end

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
May 02 2018
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Historic find in time for Anzac Day

A historic picture was uncovered during the electrical repair works of the Yarrawonga Town Hall, just in time for Anzac Day.. Mayor Libro Mustica said the picture was of the HMAS Australia, the first flagship of the Australian Navy, but it was the

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
May 02 2018
Sport

Rep Basketball’s big night

The annual YMBA Representative Basketball Presentation night was held last Saturday night to celebrate the conclusion of the 2017/2018 representative season.. The night was hosted by major sponsor Club Mulwala and was a huge success with

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
May 02 2018
News

$7.6m budget boost

Yarrawonga and district is set to receive more than $7.6 million for key capital projects and designs as part of the Moira Shire Council’s 2018/19 draft budget.. Approximately $1.3 million will be spent directly from council funding for key

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Yarrawonga Chronicle
May 02 2018
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