Berrigan business Dawmac celebrated its 50th anniversary with a trade show last Wednesday.. Local residents, staff, suppliers and loyal customers turned out for the event despite the dark clouds and threat of rain.. Live music from local entertainer
Berrigan Shire Council has agreed the netball courts in Berrigan should take top priority for funding from the state government’s Stronger Country Communities Fund.. In the past month, Berrigan Shire residents have been asked by council to
Finley. The Chaplin Pairs event was held last Sunday.. It was a resounding success, with 108 players occupying the four greens available.. The event was staged in appreciation and recognition of the contribution made by Elaine and Mick Chaplin to
It was a simple gesture against a backdrop of smiling Finley footballers on Saturday afternoon.. Star Cat Cam Robertson raised the ‘W’ sign in recognition of his side’s first win of the Murray League season as he and his teammates
Annie McLeod — a Year 5 student at Sacred Heart in Tocumwal — organised a ‘Cupcake Day’ to raise money for the RSPCA last Friday.. Annie is a passionate animal lover who believes animals should be treated with respect and
Berrigan were led to an inspired 25-point victory after Tom Irvine’s 10 goals helped his side knockout Tocumwal in Sunday’s elimination final at Yarroweyah.. The Bloods were as much as 37 points behind in the second term before bravely
Sheep producers can tap into the latest in meat science to bolster their business performance, with the Sheep CRC now a partner in the popular extension program, It’s Ewe Time.. It’s Ewe Time is designed to increase producer awareness of
Australia is experiencing its worst ever flu season, with the total number of cases so far exceeding 70000.. Experts are calling on everyone who hasn’t already had a flu shot to get it done to help prevent further cases.. ‘‘It
Ardmona dairy farmer Jeff Odgers has been appointed deputy chair of the $60million dairy development body, Dairy Australia.. Mr Odgers will offer himself as a candidate for chair in November when incumbent Geoff Akers, from Tallygaroopna, retires at
Honey Barbecue Pork Ribs. Serves 4. Ingredients:. 2 racks baby back pork ribs or spare ribs. 1 cup honey. 1 cup smoky barbecue sauce. 3 tbsp seeded mustard. cup pineapple juice. Method:. Combine the honey, barbecue sauce, seeded mustard and
The 9th annual Tatura Football and Netball Club Equestrian Dressage Classic was held recently with a large number of entries the highlight.. The competition on August 11 to 13 attracted 150 entrants from all over Victoria and NSW who travelled to
A group of wool brokers has returned from a study tour of China focusing on wool processing beyond the farm gate.. The 31 Fox and Lillie Group staff — including employees from Benalla, Horsham and Mildura — discussed current processing
A $7million coolstore and packing shed project that is estimated to provide up to 100 jobs in peak season and up to 50 in the off-season is planned for construction in Ardmona.. The planned coolstore and packing shed is set to be located on a site
The Great Outdoor Expo is owned and organised by Richard and Carol Hiscock, who have a combined 35 years experience in the exhibition and event industry.. The team brings you a range of exhibitors showing off all things outdoors! To learn more check
Although now becoming more common around Australia, using grain silos as canvases for art was perhaps not something that immediately came to people’s minds in the past when faced with the 30m-high concrete structures.. But one man saw the
A $1.9million leadership project will aim to equip those in the grassfed beef sector with skills to undertake industry leadership roles.. The Building Capacity in the Grassfed Beef Industry project, supported by Meat and Livestock Australia, will
The latest move by Case IH to make the lives of Australian producers easier will be unveiled at this month’s AgQuip.. The company has announced the world’s first articulated tractor with continuously variable transmission (CVT) will soon
Police in Phoenix have used gas and smoke to disperse protesters outside a political rally hosted by US President Donald Trump.
Australia Post will be subpoenaed in a High Court challenge against assistant health minister David Gillespie.
The head of the US Seventh Fleet will be relieved of command following the deadly collision between a missile destroyer and a merchant vessel east of Singapore.
A group of women supporting men accused of plotting Christmas Day terror attacks in Melbourne have been scolded for refusing to stand in court.
There was no suggestion Super Rugby had ever agreed to cut the Western Force from the competition, a Sydney court has heard.
An inquest into the death of NSW man Matthew Leveson is hearing evidence about the legal process which in May led to the discovery of the 20-year-old's remains.
Discount retailer The Reject Shop's annual profit has fallen 28 per cent as its sales were hit by weak consumer spending and a poorly received product range.
A law firm wants to mount a class action on behalf of Commonwealth Bank shareholders connected to its alleged money laundering breaches.
Cabinet minister Christopher Pyne wants a respectful debate about same-sex marriage and has called out 'wicked views' being aired ahead of a postal vote.
As Nationals MP George Christensen rejects suggestions he could be a UK citizenship by descent, the prime minister is not fazed by an impending High Court case.