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Intereach Parkinson’s session

The region’s Parkinson’s Support Group will this month host a special presentation from Parkinson’s Victoria’s Caterina Marigliani.. The session will be held at the Moama Bowling Club on Wednesday, October 25 from 1pm

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Contributor
Oct 15 2017
Entertainment

Shear taking shape

Organisation is well advanced for the 2017 Mathoura Speed Shear event.. Prizemoney of $12,000 will be up for grabs in the event which will include Intermediate, Women’s, Seniors and Open sections as well as the Contractors Relay and the

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Eileen Day
Oct 15 2017
News

Celebrations will continue next week

There’s so much to celebrate about the Wamba Wamba Perrepa Perrepa Week culture, celebrations have been extended over two weeks.. The official cultural week started on Monday with a barbecue breakfast for the community at the Yarkuw

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Jamie Lowe
Oct 15 2017
Rural

Water flows, food grows

Australia needs to continue producing clean, green, quality food for domestic and international consumption.. Australian farmers are among the most efficient in the world, using modern technology to produce food and fibre that is in demand in our

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Deniliquin Pa...
Oct 13 2017
News

Explore family history

Some of Australia’s most renowned genealogists and researchers will be in Deniliquin from today, for the Family History Expo.. Coordinated by the Deniliquin Genealogy Society Inc, the two day expo opens at 9.30am this morning.. Guests will

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Deniliquin Pa...
Oct 13 2017
Entertainment

Shearer Snow a local...

Mathoura lost a kingpin of our community this week with the passing of long-term local, Harry ‘Snow’ O’Connor.. What do you say about a man who was small in stature but had a heart as big as Texas?. Family was his first love

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Eileen Day
Aug 18 2017
Entertainment

Only 20 tickets left...

The scandalous Lola Montez has caught the eye of Deniliquin locals, with only a handful of tickets still available for the outrageous showgirl’s production to be held tonight.. At the time of going to print yesterday, there were just 20

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Deniliquin Pa...
Aug 18 2017
Entertainment

Tasker dream ball leaves a bruise

Although a couple of weeks old, this story was too good to let go through to the keeper.. For an opening batsman from the bush, it’s something dreams are made of.. Former RSL Cricket Club opener and Taskers Garage owner Jamie Tasker was at

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Deniliquin Pa...
Aug 15 2017
Entertainment

All Roads lead to Muster

Country music trio Jetty Road first played at the Deniliquin Ute Muster in 2007, and 10 years on the band is as excited as ever to return and perform at the iconic Australian festival.. The Melbourne-based band consists of identical twins Paula and

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Delaney Couro...
Jul 31 2017
Out & About

Celebration, mass for Father McLean

Well-known Catholic priest Father Alister McLean celebrated 50 years of priesthood on Wednesday.. About 110 guests attended a special mass followed by a delicious lunch in the St Michael’s Sisters of Mercy Hall.. There were a number of special

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Delaney Couro...
Jul 31 2017
Out & About

Market bargain hunters

Plenty of people made their way to Harrison St behind Waring Gardens for the Lions Community Market on Saturday morning.. The soggy lawns in the gardens forced the stalls out on to the street, but the sun was shining.. Shoppers wandered through the

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Jamie Lowe
Jul 31 2017
Out & About

Rams host sponsors

Deniliquin Rams Football and Netball Club held its annual Sponsors’ Day on Saturday.. About 100 club sponsors were treated to lunch and refreshments in the clubrooms, with many choosing to take advantage of the upstairs President’s Room

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Deniliquin Pa...
Jul 03 2017
News

Special service for...

Deniliquin Uniting Church celebrated its 40th anniversary on Sunday, with about 35 people marking the milestone with a special birthday cake and service.. Formed on June 22 in 1977, the church was started after the local Presbyterian and Methodist

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Delaney Couro...
Jul 03 2017
Out & About

Church celebrates 40 years

The Deniliquin St Paul’s Anglican Church congregation celebrated 40 years since the relocation of its centre of worship on Sunday.. The church was first formed in 1857 and was located near the Deniliquin pool. But after it was ravaged by fire

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Delaney Couro...
Jul 03 2017
Entertainment

Venue change for tomorrow’s concert

Australia’s acclaimed Acacia Quartet is set to warm the hearts of audiences when it performs in Deniliquin and Moama this weekend.. There has been a late venue change for the group’s Deniliquin performance tomorrow.. ‘‘Due to

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Deniliquin Pa...
Jun 30 2017
News

Harold health message for students

‘Healthy Harold’ — the health conscious giraffe — has returned to the local area to visit school children over the next few weeks.. The popular Life Education Van mascot is accompanying educator Stephanie Vance, stopping at

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Zoe McMaugh
Jun 19 2017
Entertainment

Gold Letter bowls

Bowlers from near and far will be in town this weekend for a Mathoura Bowling Club Gold Letter Event.. The Gulpa Creek Invitation Open Fours Tournament will have $3000 in prizemoney up for grabs.. ●●●. Customer service is extremely important

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Contributor
Jun 18 2017
Out & About

Guests treated to...

About 90 people turned out for the Ricegrowers’ Association of Australia night with Carlton premiership coach David Parkin for Men’s Health Week on Tuesday.. Guests were treated to a delicious three course meal while hearing from Parkin

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Jamie Lowe
Jun 18 2017
Out & About

Pretty motorbike muster

About 300 people made their way to the Pretty Pine Hotel for the fifth annual Shovel Muster, held on Saturday.. The motorbike enthusiasts spent their time admiring each others ‘shovels’ while enjoying live music from Bendigo band The

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Jamie Lowe
Jun 17 2017
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