Blighty has five sides in Picola League netball finals this season.. Blighty’s third-placed A grade side will take on second-placed Deni Rovers this Saturday in Mathoura.. Play starts from 2pm and the match is expected to be hotly contested
As the world marks 99 years since one of the most successful advances was made by Allied Forces during World War I, Murrumbidgee Council has announced it is now the proud owner of a Sir John Monash portrait.. Depicting one of Jerilderie’s
Murrumbidgee Council residents living in the Jerilderie area will not go the polls on September 9.. Three former councillors — former mayor Ruth McRae and Gaila Smith and Faith Bryce — were the only candidates to nominate for election in
My name is James Bennett; I’m 24 years old, I’m from Melbourne and my first job as a cadet journalist is with the Southern Riverina News.. In December 2016 I graduated from Swinburne University with a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major
Finley Public School student Sienna Burke was selected to represent Goulburn Tennis Region at the Tennis Victoria Cup in Bendigo recently.. The Goulburn tennis team consisted of players from teams based in Shepparton, Cobram and Kilmore, with the 11
Ten Finley High School students who are involved in the 2018 Timor Leste Immersion Program are raising money for their in-country costs, and to purchase goods for donations to schools and medical clinics in Timor.. As part of this fundraising
A farming waste company in regional NSW that underpaid 16 truck drivers nearly $94,000 is back-paying the workers and overhauling its workplace practices, following intervention by the Fair Work Ombudsman.. Deniliquin-based company Downes Rice Hulls
Women from around Australia are joining forces as part of a global sisterhood to raise money and awareness for women living in poverty worldwide.. In September, Caritas Australia’s Women for the World fundraiser will bring together thousands
The Boss reckons this meteor shower, the Perseids, are worth getting up for, one of the great light shows of the year.. He was reading John Lewis's column on the subject to me the other day and said we'd better get up early over the weekend
The last few days have seen more maximum temperatures records for August at places across the Northern part of the Nation. Daly Waters recorded 37.8 ,( 100 F ) , last Saturday 19th August and this broke the previous August high of 37.5 in 1970.. New
Two staff members of CLAAS Harvest Centre Echuca have been recognised among Australia’s best farm machinery professionals at the second Strive Annual Excellence Awards presented in Melbourne recently.. The awards recognise the best performing
As a general statement, few would dispute home-grown feeds are cheapest.. However, we need to look at this more closely. Should we talk just feeds per se, or energy?. It is energy we convert to milk.. We should be discussing the cost of energy in
Manufacturing company Accensi Pty Ltd had been fined $100000 by the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority for supplying herbicides with additional chemical ingredients that were not listed in the registered formulation.. APVM
Young people with a passion for the dairy industry are being encouraged to submit expressions of interest for next year’s National All Breeds Dairy Youth Camp.. The camp, which runs prior to International Dairy Week, is open to participants
There are two basic causes of hayshed fires.. The first is due to accident and poor preparation. In hot weather dry hay is easily set alight by sparks from machinery, hot exhausts or cigarettes.. Hay is also vulnerable to bushfires or grassfires
A Queensland labour-hire company and its manager have been penalised a total of more than $84000 after flouting record-keeping and pay slip laws relating to vulnerable foreign workers, despite having previously been cautioned by the Fair Work
Gippsland is the main growth region where a boost in demand for quality cereal hay has resulted in a price rise recently.. The majority of cereal is now trading at between $150 and $170/tonne but there is poor quality feed available for around
A Catholic brother convicted of more than 30 offences relating to the mistreatment of boys has been jailed in Queensland for his historical crimes.
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has struck out at a "disgusting" poster spotted in Melbourne weeks out from the same-sex marriage postal survey.
Seven-year-old Julian Cadman, a dual Australian-British national, was sightseeing with his mum when he died in the Barcelona terror attack.
A man has been found guilty of the bashing murder and sexual assault of a 16-year-old boy at a vacant Sydney house more than two years ago
Bluescope Steel CEO Paul O'Malley will retire in December, passing the reins to current Australia-New Zealand operations head Mark Vassella.
A judge says he could lock up a killer and throw away the key over the brutal torture and murder of Victorian mother Karen Chetcuti.
Former Fremantle Dockers footballer Shane Yarran has been sentenced to six months in jail for nine offences including fleeing police in a Perth pursuit.
A bus parked outside a suburban Melbourne police station has been given the all-clear by bomb squad officers after a scare which sparked road closures.
Queensland mother Claire Tucker, 36, has died almost a week after police found her in a drain after a day at the races in Cairns.
The Australian Rugby Union has been given an ultimatum to reinstate the Western Force or risk going bankrupt in a legal battle with the WA government.