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Club celebrates renovations

RICH River Golf Club Resort celebrated its new facilities over the weekend, starting with a VIP dinner on Thursday.. About 110 guests attended the dinner.. Stage two of the renovations were completed just before Christmas which included a bistro

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Riverine Herald
Jan 18 2018
News

We are listening: helpline

KIDS Helpline would like to assure young people and families in the Echuca-Moama region that it is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for telephone and online counselling support.. Kids Helpline is Australia’s only free, private and

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Riverine Herald
Jan 18 2018
News

No Jab, No Play applies in twin towns

PARENTS in Echuca-Moama returning from summer holidays are being urged to ensure their children are fully immunised before returning to childcare and school.. The Victorian Government’s No Jab, No Play law requires all children enrolling in

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Riverine Herald
Jan 18 2018
Entertainment

Hoops of fun

GETTING to the end of the summer holidays and have kids with energy to burn?. Bring them down to the Echuca Basketball Stadium tomorrow and the following Thursday (January 25) at 10am.. For under 12 boys and girls players born in 2007, 2008 and

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Riverine Herald
Jan 17 2018
Sport

Leaders hit rich vein of form

THE break over Christmas/New Year did not impact Rich River’s form, with the CTA division one leaders putting forward a 32-game win over Echuca South 1.. Rochester continued to be a force across the divisions with three victories in four

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Riverine Herald
Jan 17 2018
Entertainment

Fun at libraries

IN THE final instalment of the school holiday program, Tongala library will hold Pet Care from 10.30am on Thursday.. The session will be presented by Kate from the animal shelter and a shire ranger.. There will be free craft activities including

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Riverine Herald
Jan 17 2018
Lifestyle

Pet owners warned of heat

WITH the heat showing no signs of backing off, pet owners in Echuca-Moama are encouraged to take caution in caring for their furry loved ones.. Pet owners are reminded to provide plenty of cool, clean water and ensure their pets have access to shady

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Riverine Herald
Jan 17 2018
Sport

Division one lawn bowls

City of Echuca. THIRTY teams competed in the Caledonian Hotel Open triples on Sunday.. City of Echuca players joined visitors from Rich River, Moama, Ballan, Mathoura, Kangaroo Flat, Shepparton Park, Elmore, Tongala, Dingee, Colbinabbin and

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Riverine Herald
Jan 17 2018
Lifestyle

You can hook a new boat

ECHUCA United Football Netball Club will be staging its first annual Fishing Classic in March.. The three day angling event — March 16-18 — includes entertainment, raffles and, of course, fishing.. The all ages event is being held at

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Riverine Herald
Jan 17 2018
News

Custody for his attack on woman

AN ECHUCA man accused of hitting his girlfriend with a metal bar last week has been remanded in custody.. The 24-year-old was arrested on Monday before appearing in Bendigo Magistrates Court later that day.. He has been charged with false

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Riverine Herald
Jan 17 2018
Entertainment

Robyn to bring Moore to Aus Day

THIS years Murray River Council Australia Day ambassador is Robyn Moore (pictured left).. As a voice-over artist for the past 45 years, her voice has been heard in our best known TV and radio commercials such as Spray ‘n’ Wipe.. She

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Riverine Herald
Jan 17 2018
News

Pride is the final price for our homeless, destitute

WHEN everything else is on the line, sometimes all you can cling to is your pride.. Living day to day, battling to put food on the table or keep a roof over your head, each shred of remaining dignity can become a lifeline.. A hope that when this is

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Riverine Herald
Jan 17 2018
News

Water costs are draining the land of its dairy farm sector

IT’S FAST becoming a fight for survival in the face of rapid change sweeping the irrigation districts of the Goulburn Valley, northern Victoria and NSW’s Riverina.. With the purchase price of permanent irrigation water entitlement rising

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Riverine Herald
Jan 17 2018
News

Got a point on the port? Council wants to hear

CAMPASPE Shire Council is encouraging residents to have their say on the future vision of Echuca’s Port Precinct via a series of community sessions on January 24 and 25.. Mayor Adrian Weston said community consultation is an integral component

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Riverine Herald
Jan 17 2018
News

Rotary sets the table for fundraising

WE HAVE all been touched by cancer in some way.. The Rotary Clubs of Echuca-Moama and Rochester are coming together to raise money to build a cancer wellness support facility in Melbourne.. The facility — to be named RoCan House — will

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Riverine Herald
Jan 16 2018
News

Powerline works begin

POWERLINE clearance works have started in Echuca.. Vegetation in the vicinity of powerlines will be trimmed in order for the Campaspe Shire Council to comply with the Electricity Safety (Electric Line Clearance) Regulations.. Council said all effort

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Riverine Herald
Jan 16 2018
Sport

Have you tried this?

IS IT sweat, is it water or is it both?. Bodies will be pushed to the limit in the Echuca-Moama Tri Club’s annual 2018 Morley Auto Group triathlon on Saturday.. The course includes a 700m swim in the Murray River, a 20km bike course and 5km

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Riverine Herald
Jan 16 2018
News

Campaign to combat shingles

THE Department of Health is urging Campaspe Shire residents to be immunised against shingles.. Shingles is a painful blistering rash caused by reactivation of the varicella zoster virus – the same virus that causes chickenpox.. The shingles

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Riverine Herald
Jan 16 2018
News

A short term rego

LOCAL drivers with registration renewals from January 1 can take advantage of the Victorian Government’s switch to short-term vehicle registration.. Drivers now have the option of registering their vehicles in new, flexible periods of three or

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Riverine Herald
Jan 16 2018
Lifestyle

Run to support Opening Doors Project

ON YOUR marks... Get set... Go!. That’s right, the River Gums Twilight Fun Run is back on Friday, January 19.. The event on Scenic Drive starts at 6.45pm and gives people the opportunity to run or walk three or five kilometres along the

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Riverine Herald
Jan 15 2018
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