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May
21
2019

Tinonee School Book Parade 2012

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Tinonee School Book Parade 2012

Tinonee School Book Parade 2012

Tinonee School Book Parade 2012

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May
21
2019

Eagles’ best yet to come, says coach


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THE Eagles will be a force to be reckoned with during the footy finals which begin next Saturday, says coach Darryl Ryder.



“There’s been a change of attitude from some of the senior... Read more
May
21
2019

Miner finalises dairy deal

MINING firmGloucester Resources Limited (GRL) has purchased one of the valley’s largestdairy properties as it continues its preparations for the development of theRocky Hill coal mining project.
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Mining company GRL has... Read more
May
21
2019

Forest tourism push

The State Government confirmed last week it would reform current policies to entice investment in the state's national parks, following recommendations made by the Victorian Competition and Efficiency Commission into Victoria's tourism industry.
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May
21
2019

Students bring stories to life

CUNNING. A Kerang South Primary School grade five/six student, dressed as a fox, led a farm worker around the streets of Kerang on Friday as part of the town's Book Parade. Hundreds of people lined the main streets of... Read more
Apr
21
2019

Matriarch urges voters to consider Muckaty stance

THE town matriarch has a strong message for those voting at the election tomorrow.
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Bunny Nabarula (pictured) says everyone should have Muckaty on their minds and vote for the candidate who will best... Read more
Apr
21
2019

Offside

MOREE FC travelled to Wee Waa at the weekend.
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First grade captain, Angus McVey, said the game against Wee Waa was quite tough.

“The score was 1-1. Everyone was taking it easy so that... Read more
Apr
21
2019

Forestry Tasmania expected to be split up

FORESTRYTasmaniais expected to be split up.
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It is expected to be split into commercial and non-commercial functions, according to FT insiders.

Non-commercial functions are expected to be transferred to the Department of Primary Industries,... Read more
Apr
21
2019

Constant support in changing world

Mr Jenkins officially opened the conference at Lake Charm. It involved delegates and members from CWA branches at Boort, Dingwall, Cohuna, Kerang and Tresco. Mincha branch members were unable to attend.
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Apr
21
2019

Gas gets the go ahead in Gloucester

THE Land andEnvironment Court has dismissed a challenge that sought to prevent coal seamgas (CSG) mining in the Gloucester valley.
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An anti-CSG rally in the Gloucester valley in 2010.



A challenge waslodged... Read more