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Cole not a merry old soul - Lauren Bordin

Seymour midfield ace Jason Cole will not feature for the rest of the season after suffering a severe hamstring injury.. Cole partially tore his right hamstring against Shepparton United in round five.. But the toughness of the GV’s interleague

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The Telegraph
Jun 28 2017
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Proud premiership Lions return to the den

Seymour Football Netball Club held a full club reunion on Saturday night, with more than 100 people turning up to recognise and reflect on the club’s success.. The night served as a 10-year reunion for the footballers’ seniors and thirds

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The Telegraph
Jun 28 2017
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Big boost for north-east line

It looks like the Federal Nationals have come to the party, but will the Victorian Government?. The Nationals have increased their commitment to the north-east rail line, adding an extra $40million to the kitty to be spent on upgrading the track

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The Telegraph
Jun 28 2017
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Livestock

Sheep show open

Entries are now open for the 2017 Royal Melbourne Show Sheep Competition, with the Hampshire Down Feature Show set to be a highlight of the program.. Conducted by The Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria, the Royal Melbourne Show Sheep Competition

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Shepparton News
Jun 28 2017
Dairy

Taking study to next level

Charles Sturt University student Rebecca Wyper is passionate about the dairy industry and, through the help of Murray Dairy, she has been able to grow her passion into a successful career.. The 25-year-old has been working full-time with the Murray

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Shepparton News
Jun 28 2017
Livestock

Fur and feathers on show

The Melbourne Showgrounds will be the place to be next month if you love alpacas or poultry.. That’s because the Royal Melbourne Alpaca Show and Royal Melbourne Poultry Show’s will be held across the weekend of July 8 and 9.. The two breeds of

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Shepparton News
Jun 28 2017
Dairy

Outlook still positive

The value of agriculture has hit a new high but it’s not likely to last for long, according to the latest Australian Bureau of Agriculture and Resource Economics and Sciences Agricultural Commodities Report.. The report, released last week, said

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Shepparton News
Jun 28 2017
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Dingo plan welcomed

Victorian farmers are relieved Agriculture Minister Jaala Pulford has committed not to release dingoes into the wild.. The VFF was concerned the Victorian Government’s revamped Wild Dog Management Advisory Committee risked diluting any attempt to

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Shepparton News
Jun 28 2017
Cropping

Sheed urges govt to step in

State Member for Shepparton Suzanna Sheed has urged the Victorian Government to inform crop growers of a recall of certain herbicides as well as their rights in relation to damages.. Ms Sheed was speaking in Victorian Parliament on June 20 and said

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Shepparton News
Jun 28 2017
Water

Emergency exercise

A joint flood operation and emergency training exercise was held recently at Dartmouth Dam to ensure staff are prepared for a range of high-risk situations.. Murray-Darling Basin Authority representatives joined AGL (power station) staff and

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Shepparton News
Jun 28 2017
Dairy

‘Relief in sight’ for dairy

Despite dairy farmers’ trust in processors falling in the past 12 months, the industry looks like it is turning a corner.. That is the message from Dairy Australia’s most recent Dairy Situation and Outlook Report.. Speaking at a Murray Dairy

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Rodney Woods
Jun 28 2017
Livestock

Sheep latest showcased

Sheep producers will hear about new research and technology to benefit their farm businesses at a forum in Wagga Wagga next month.. The forum, hosted by the Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation, will bring together speakers from the Australian

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Shepparton News
Jun 28 2017
News

Get fired-up safely...

As the temperature drops and Victorians turn up the heat, Environment Protection Authority Victoria is encouraging households with wood heaters to take practical steps to help reduce smoke from their heaters over winter.. Reduced air quality across

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Shepparton News
Jun 28 2017
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Report shows road...

State Member for Euroa Steph Ryan is calling for an immediate injection in roads funding after a report showed cuts to Victoria’s road maintenance budget was wreaking havoc across north-east Victoria.. The report, tabled by the state’s Auditor

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Shepparton News
Jun 27 2017
Dairy

Murray Goulburn...

Major milk processor Murray Goulburn has lifted its opening price for the 2017-18 season from $4.70/kg milk solids to $5.20/kg and increased its forecast range of prices for the season.. The company, which has come under sustained criticism from

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Shepparton News
Jun 27 2017
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Perth gets first joey koalas in 15 years

Two joey koalas have been born at Perth Zoo in the past 12 months, including the first in 15 years to help support the threatened species.

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AAP News
Jun 28 2017
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No bail for Perre over drug charges

A court has refused to grant bail on drug charges to Domenic Perre, the man once charged over the bombing of the National Crime Authority office in Adelaide.

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AAP News
Jun 28 2017
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Sevens stars drive Wallaroos in World Cup

Olympic gold medallists Shannon Parry and Sharni Williams will spearhead Australia's squad in the women's rugby World Cup in Ireland.

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AAP News
Jun 28 2017
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US admiral slams China's 'fake islands'

Senior US military commander Admiral Harry Harris has warned against what should be shared domains in the South China Sea being closed.

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AAP News
Jun 28 2017
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Woman who posed as schoolgirl scammed $18k

A serial con artist defrauded the NSW government and charities of more than $18,000 by posing as a schoolgirl in foster care, a court has heard.

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AAP News
Jun 28 2017
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PM dons leather for Snowy sojourn

As Tony Abbott outlines his own vision for energy policy, Malcolm Turnbull has worn his trusty leather jacket to check in on his Snowy Hydro 2.0 expansion.

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AAP News
Jun 28 2017
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Gold Coast man bailed over 1997 murder

A mechanic who allegedly provided the gun used to kill Gold Coast businessman Philip Carlyle 20 years ago has been granted bail.

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AAP News
Jun 28 2017
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Vic TAFE boss fronts corruption hearing

A Victorian TAFE compliance officer has told an anti-corruption hearing how a former executive pressured staff to falsely process student certificates.

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AAP News
Jun 28 2017
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Greens' Lee Rhiannon temporarily suspended

NSW Senator Lee Rhiannon has been temporarily excluded from the Greens party room.

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AAP News
Jun 28 2017
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Qantas bookings glitch 'back to normal'

Qantas says it has not been affected by the Petya ransomeware attack and an unrelated computer glitch that hit its computer booking system has been resolved.

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AAP News
Jun 28 2017
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Three dead in SA light plane crash

Three people have been killed after a light plane heading to Adelaide crashed in a paddock near Mt Gambier as fog blanketed the area.

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AAP News
Jun 28 2017
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