Tatura Guardian
Sport

Swans much too strong across all grades

17-and-under. Tatura started the game against Shepparton Swans slowly with its passing letting it down.. Great defensive rebounding from Chelsea Jones was a significant positive in the first half.. Some half-time changes resulted in some improved

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Tatura Guardian
Jun 21 2017
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Plenty on offer during holidays

With school holidays not too far away there will be much to do at the Tatura Library during the upcoming two-week break.. A NAIDOC Week colouring competition is running for all ages until July 16.. Come into any Goulburn Valley Library during

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Tatura Guardian
Jun 21 2017
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Reid sentenced to five years

A man who went on a two-day crime rampage with a sawn-off shotgun across the Goulburn Valley has been sent to prison for more than five years.. Darren Reid, 26, who grew up in Shepparton, was arrested last year after he committed a string of armed

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Tatura Guardian
Jun 21 2017
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Water

Water inquiry will go ahead

Northern Victorians will finally have the chance to put their concerns about environmental watering on the record in a new parliamentary inquiry.. State Member for Northern Victoria Luke O’Sullivan directly referred the inquiry to the Environment

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Shepparton News
Jun 24 2017
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VFF wants new rates

The VFF has called on the Andrews Government to scrap rates on farm land in a bid to fix what it says is an unfair council rating system that discriminates against primary producers.. The farmer group is urging a five-year transition from the

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Shepparton News
Jun 24 2017
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Feedback wanted

The Andrews Government is urging Victorians to provide feedback on the Code of Practice for the Keeping of Racing Greyhounds, which aims to improve animal welfare.. Victorian Agriculture Minister Jaala Pulford said animal welfare was a top priority

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Shepparton News
Jun 24 2017
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Harvesting technology

The value of data, how to capture the benefits of data and how it can be shared down the value chain were the dominant themes at the Harvesting the Benefits of Digital Agriculture Conference, hosted by the Australian Farm Institute.. The conference

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Shepparton News
Jun 23 2017
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Loan changes

The Federal Government is promising better support for Australian farmers under proposed new laws to streamline the rollout of loans and programs.. Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce last Wednesday introduced to parliament a bill to establish the

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Shepparton News
Jun 23 2017
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Jun 23 2017
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Cup travelling north

Two northern Victorian towns have been announced as destinations on the 15th annual Emirates Melbourne Cup Tour.. Euroa and Echuca have been chosen as two of the 31 cities and towns across Australia and New Zealand that the famous cup will visit

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Rodney Woods
Jun 23 2017
Water

Fishing rules to get update

Fisheries Victoria is consulting recreational anglers about proposed changes to trout fishing regulations in lakes and rivers to improve trout fishing in Victoria.. The changes will complement record trout stocking under way across the state

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Shepparton News
Jun 23 2017
Rural

Horse riding shown to aid stroke recovery

Scientists are challenging long-held beliefs about stroke recovery and have used horse riding to prove that a survivor can achieve both physical and mental improvements long after the initial medical emergency.. A Swedish study, led by

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Shepparton News
Jun 23 2017
Dairy

Ready, set, go

Murray Dairy will run three workshops designed to assist farmers with business decision making for the coming months.. The ‘Setting Up Your Season’ workshops — to be held in Echuca, Wodonga and Shepparton — will provide information on key

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Shepparton News
Jun 22 2017
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Hop to it for better...

Two minutes of hopping a day can strengthen hip bones in older people and reduce the risk of fracture after a fall, scientists have suggested.. A study led by Loughborough University in the United Kingdom showed bone density in the hopping leg

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Shepparton News
Jun 22 2017
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Nelson Silos in court

The Fair Work Ombudsman has taken legal action against a Rochester silo manufacturer, alleging it underpaid two workers a total of almost $13000 despite having previously been put on notice to pay workers their lawful entitlements.. Facing the

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Shepparton News
Jun 22 2017
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Joyce to lay wreath for London victims

Australia's Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce will lay a wreath at London's Borough Market to remember the victims of the city's London Bridge terror attack.

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AAP News
Jun 24 2017
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Fire safety tests fail 27 UK unit blocks

The UK government says 27 developments across England have failed fire tests on the cladding used in the buildings.

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AAP News
Jun 24 2017
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Two Bali escapees returned from East Timor

Two of the four men who broke out of Bali's notorious Kerobokan prison have been returned, however Australian man Shaun Davidson remains at large.

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AAP News
Jun 24 2017
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Martin Place homeless camp moved

A group of homeless people have been forced out of a camp in Sydney's Martin Place.

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AAP News
Jun 24 2017
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We need to connect with voters, Morrison

Treasurer Scott Morrison has told the Liberal Party federal council that the party needs to make sure it's connecting with voters if it wants to retain power.

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AAP News
Jun 24 2017
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Warnings as PM talks up Lib achievements

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has told the party faithful his government has achieved generational reforms despite a challenging Senate.

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AAP News
Jun 24 2017
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Greens reportedly split against Rhiannon

Greens senator Lee Rhiannon has been reported to the party's national council by the other nine members of the parliamentary party.

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AAP News
Jun 24 2017
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Hambali charged with Bali, Jakarta blasts

The architect of the Bali bombings that killed 202 people, including 88 Australians, has reportedly been charged with the terrorist attack.

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AAP News
Jun 24 2017
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Turnbull spruiks govt to party faithful

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has used a speech to the party faithful to promote his government's stance on immigration and terrorism.

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AAP News
Jun 24 2017
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Australia welcomes Hambali Bali charges

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says Australia is pleased that the US will go ahead with charges against Hambali, the architect of the 2002 Bali bombings.

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AAP News
Jun 24 2017
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Saudis foil Grand Mosque attack plot

Saudi security forces have foiled a suicide attack on the Grand Mosque in Mecca, cornering the would-be attacker in an apartment, where he blew himself up.

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AAP News
Jun 24 2017
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