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Deni High’s new school captains

Tallulah McKenzie and Sid Pearn will lead Deniliquin High for the next 12 months after being elected as the school’s captains last week.. The pair were elected to the leadership roles at a formal assembly last week, with their tenure starting

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Deniliquin Pa...
Sep 26 2017
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Fuel stolen in Moulamein

Almost 35 litres of fuel was allegedly stolen from a service station in Moulamein in what police say was a ‘fail to pay’ incident on Saturday.. Police say a man was seen at the petrol bowser about 10.35am.. Staff say the man dropped the

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Deniliquin Pa...
Sep 26 2017
News

Driver’s licence suspended

A 24 year-old Deniliquin man has had his driver’s licence suspended pending a court appearance to face an alleged drink driving charge.. Police stopped a car in Burchfield Avenue, Deniliquin about 1.20am Saturday, and subjected the driver to

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Deniliquin Pa...
Sep 26 2017
News

Public Spaces meeting tonight

The next steps in the Edward River Council’s Deniliquin Public Space Strategy will be revealed at a community meeting tonight.. It is the second stage of engagement on the strategy, which will look at streetscapes, town entrances and the

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Deniliquin Pa...
Sep 26 2017
Rural

‘Westies’ to keep...

West Berriquin Irrigators Inc. will continue its efforts to get water onto the paddocks of its members, from which the region and nation will benefit.. Its annual general meeting on Monday, September 11 was told these efforts would produce more food

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Zoe McMaugh
Sep 25 2017
Rural

Native vegetation tour...

The Ricegrowers’ Association of Australia is hosting a ‘light-hearted’ morning to highlight the natural heritage of our region, and to encourage community members to learn about and implement biodiversity in the garden and beyond

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Zoe McMaugh
Sep 23 2017
Rural

Sheep sale

There was another big yarding of young lambs for the Deniliquin sheep sale as the spring flush starts to peak.. Of the 16,000 yarded at the Deniliquin Saleyards on Tuesday, 10,000 were lambs.. While there was still some very good pens of young

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Zoe McMaugh
Sep 23 2017
News

Community engagement theme at river symposium

Two of the region’s leading advocates for balanced water reform gave presentations at an international symposium this week.. Shelley Scoullar and Louise Burge were invited to present at the 2017 International River Symposium in Brisbane

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Deniliquin Pa...
Sep 23 2017
News

Brave Steve speaks about his cancer fight

Full marks to Steve Allingham for ‘bearing his soul’ about his terminal cancer diagnosis in the interests of others (in the Riverine Herald on Monday).. As part of Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, Steve has told his story in the hope

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Eileen Day
Sep 23 2017
News

Drink driving charge

A 21 year-old Deniliquin driver has been charged with alleged high range prescribed content of alcohol after being stopped by police in Deniliquin on Saturday night.. Police said they stopped a car in Cressy St about 10.30pm and allege the

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Deniliquin Pa...
Sep 23 2017
News

Deni’s brilliant...

A host of local youngsters have proven their brilliance and quick-thinking after competing at the Tournament of Minds State Final held at La Trobe University in Melbourne on September 10.. Students from both Deniliquin High School and North Public

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Delaney Couro...
Sep 23 2017
Out & About

Bogan Ballroom Blitz

Mullets, ‘flannies’ and footy shorts were popular accessories at Deniliquin High School’s Ballroom Blitz last week.. Held as part of the physical education component of Year 10 studies, the 22nd annual event had a ‘Ballroom

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Delaney Couro...
Sep 23 2017
News

Tenth annual pink...

The 10th annual Pink Breakfast in support of breast cancer awareness and research will be hosted in Deniliquin on Saturday, October 7.. Hosted by Soroptimist International of Deniliquin, it will be held in the Deniliquin RSL Club’s Gallery

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Zoe McMaugh
Sep 23 2017
News

School’s out for the Class of 2017

Thirteen years of classes culminated in a flurry of both excitement and apprehension as Deniliquin High’s graduating Class of 2017 celebrated their final day at the school yesterday.. A formal assembly held at the school’s multi-purpose

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Delaney Couro...
Sep 22 2017
News

Baby Indie arrives after dad’s big win

It was an eventful weekend for former Deni Rams footballer Julian Bull, who became a premiership-winning playing coach one day and a first-time father the next.. On Saturday, Bull’s Wycheproof-Narraport team won the North Central Football

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Deniliquin Pa...
Sep 22 2017
News

Council’s second step in Public Space Strategy

The second stage of consultation for Edward River Council’s Deniliquin Public Space Strategy will kick off next week.. A free community event will be held at Project HQ on Napier St to announce the next steps in the strategy’s

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Delaney Couro...
Sep 22 2017
News

Maternity back to...

Deniliquin Hospital maternity services should be fully reinstated by Monday, according to Murrumbidgee Local Health District regional general manager Rosemary Garthwaite.. Providing an update on the restricted operational hours caused by staff

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Zoe McMaugh
Sep 22 2017
News

MX coach shares wisdom

Motocross enthusiasts were treated to near perfect conditions at the Deniliquin Motorcycle Association’s Steel Supplies Ride Day on Sunday.. Held at the association’s motocross track, the event saw about 50 riders and 100 spectators make

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Delaney Couro...
Sep 22 2017
News

Up to the timber task

The reversal of policy that prohibits commercial timber harvesting in the Murray Valley National Park near Deniliquin is being supported by both The Nationals and the Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party.. The matter has become a NSW Murray

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Zoe McMaugh
Sep 22 2017
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