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Corowa Rowing Club Santa Regatta

Ideal conditions greeted rowers on Sunday for Corowa Rowing Club’s annual Santa Regatta with a large entry of local rowers.. Corowa Rowing Club members from Albury, Wodonga, Wangaratta, Tocumwal and locals featured in the 25 race program, one

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Dec 13 2017
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Golf Notes

Corowa Golf. A sunny, warm week for golf this one, so perhaps we had better get used to them.. But for now, we had better get on with this week’s report, so here goes.. Monday, December 4. Lady Niners: Winner - Maree Seymour. Runner-up - Maz

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Dec 13 2017
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B Grade Roos continue winning streak

Corowa’s A Grade ventured to Baranduda on Saturday and was greeted with fine, sunny weather.. After a comprehensive win against the Rangers earlier in the season a tight contest loomed. . The Roos won the toss and the opening pairing of Kade

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Dec 13 2017
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Balinese-style lamb forequarter chops with cauliflower rice

Balinese-style lamb forequarter chops with cauliflower rice. Serves: 4.. Ingredients:. 4 lamb forequarter chops, trimmed. 2 eschalots, thinly sliced. 2 garlic cloves, crushed. 1 long red chilli, finely chopped. cup crunchy peanut butter. 1 tbsp

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Dec 13 2017
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App for advice

Farmers from across the Southern Riverina are joining together to launch Farmer eXchange, a collaborative web application to increase knowledge-sharing among farmers.. Due to launch early next year, the brainchild of Deniliquin-based Farm Table

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Dec 13 2017
Dairy

Cow comes to class

Years 8 and 9 agriculture and horticulture students from Nathalia’s St Mary of the Angels Secondary College enjoyed a guest visitor in class last week, with student Lauren McIlveen bringing in one of her favourite dairy show cows, Reckie

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Dec 13 2017
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Trouble sleeping? Try camping

The solution to sleeping woes could be as simple as a weekend away camping, suggest American scientists.. Many people sit up late into the night watching TV or fiddling with their smartphones, making it hard to fall asleep and stay asleep.. This

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Shepparton News
Dec 13 2017
Dairy

Keen to study NZ industry

Seven Victorians have been selected to participate in a dairy study tour throughout New Zealand’s southern island in February next year.. The eight-day tour, organised by the UDV and funded by Gardiner Dairy Foundation, will provide young

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Shepparton News
Dec 13 2017
Cropping

Yield drop expected

While last year’s bumper harvest was always going to be a hard act to follow, unfavourable weather has chipped in to drive Australia’s winter crop production forecast down further than expected.. The Federal Government’s forecaster

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Shepparton News
Dec 13 2017
Dairy

Fonterra Australia increases farmgate milk price

Fonterra Australia has today advised its farmers of an increase of 10 cents per kilogram of milk solids (kgMS) to its farmgate milk price for the 2017/18 season, bringing its average farmgate milk price to $5.62kgMS when changes to milk composition

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Shepparton News
Dec 13 2017
Water

Fish results are flowing

After 10 years of flows aimed at creating the right conditions for native fish to survive and thrive, the North Central Catchment Management Authority is seeing results.. Silver perch have been recorded for the first time in the lower Campaspe River

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Shepparton News
Dec 13 2017
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New Nationals deputy named

Victorian senator Bridget McKenzie has been elected the new deputy leader of the Nationals, replacing Fiona Nash who was forced out of parliament because of her dual citizenship status.. Leader Barnaby Joyce, back in parliament after also being

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Shepparton News
Dec 13 2017
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Reduce hay fire risk

After recent rainfall in the region, some potentially high quality hay which was on the ground might now be rain-affected, reducing dry matter yields and nutritive value while increasing the difficulty of getting the hay to the desired dry matter

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Shepparton News
Dec 13 2017
Cropping

Down, not out

NSW farmers are staring down the barrel of the smallest winter crop in a decade, but confidence in the state’s agriculture sector has nevertheless rebounded from a four-year low.. Recent rains came too late for crops across NSW, with a dry

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Shepparton News
Dec 12 2017
Horticulture

Striving for...

This year was always going be a pivotal time for the basin plan. Major changes, which were agreed back in 2012 when the basin plan was created, have all come together this year.. These changes are fundamental to the future of water management in the

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Dec 12 2017
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Tas Labor vows to phase out pub pokies

Labor says it will remove poker machines from Tasmania's pubs and clubs by 2023 if it wins the next election.

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Dec 13 2017
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Slain mum's daughter found music box gift

A mentally ill woman who stabbed her neighbour to death on a nature strip in Melbourne will spend an indefinite period locked up at a psychiatric facility.

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Dec 13 2017
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Moore refuses to concede Senate race

Roy Moore isn't prepared to concede defeat in the Alabama Senatorial election.

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Dec 13 2017
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Qld govt 'underfunding roads' by billions

A report by the Queensland Audit Office says the backlog of funding for the state's road network could blow out to $9 billion unless something is done.

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Dec 13 2017
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Three arrested in Sydney's Centennial Park

Police fired non-lethal projectiles into a car as they pounced on a group of gun-wielding men in Sydney's Centennial Park.

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Dec 13 2017
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Last Jedi debut may awaken force in Event

A Morningstar analyst expects Star Wars: Last Jedi to drive eight per cent growth in Event's Australian cinema earnings to $85 million in fiscal 2018.

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Dec 13 2017
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Policeman names ex-boss as Finn's killer

Former WA police officer Chris Ferris says his former boss Arthur Simms confessed to him that he fired the gun that killed Perth brothel madam Shirley Finn.

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Dec 13 2017
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Jones 'overwhelmed' by victory over Moore

Senator-elect Doug Jones says his victory over Republican Roy Moore in Alabama is a win for national unity.

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Dec 13 2017
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Qld minister defends cabinet colleagues

Queensland health minister Steven Miles has backed the new cabinet as a great team after a powerful union questioned some members' abilities.

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Dec 13 2017
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Democrat Doug Jones wins in Alabama

In a surprise result, Democrat Doug Jones has won Alabama's special Senate election, beating Republican Roy Moore.

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Dec 13 2017
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Former Qld mayoral candidate in court

Former Gold Coast mayoral candidate Penny Toland has faced court charged with perjury.

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Dec 13 2017
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