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Candidates align in race for council

Posted on: September 20th, 2019 by
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Candidates in theSeptember 10 Bega Valley local government election are aligning themselves in abid to push their profiles and policies to the fore in a big field of 26 people vying to become councillors.
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According to the Australian Electoral Commission website there are only two formal groups.

Group A comprises three members of theBegaValleyShireResidentsand RatepayersAssociation -Fraser Buchanan, Judy Geary and Continue reading the story "Candidates align in race for council"

Step-father jailed for incest

Posted on: September 20th, 2019 by
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A SOUTH-WEST step-fatherwho recorded himself having sex with his mildly disabledstep-daughter hasbeen jailed for eight years.
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​The man in his 40s,who cannot be named as that would identify the victim, pleaded guilty to 11 charges in the County Courtduring March​, including five counts of incest.

He was declared a serious sexual offender during the late 1990sin Gippsland after pleading guilty Continue reading the story "Step-father jailed for incest"

Solving the dairy crisis

Posted on: September 20th, 2019 by
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On Thursday the federal governmentinvitedkey stakeholdersto take part in asymposiumto address the challenges facing the Australian dairy industry.
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From farmer organisations, processors and retailers, they gathered in Melbourne to facilitate industry-led options.

SYMPOSIUM: Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources, Barnaby Joyce, chaired the discussions in Melbourne.

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Agriculture and Water Continue reading the story "Solving the dairy crisis"

Safer walkways

Posted on: September 20th, 2019 by
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Hilltops Council’sPedestrian Access and Mobility Plan (PAMP) for the Young area is strategically targeting improved pedestrian facilities in high volume pedestrian use areas such as medical precincts, schools and the Young central business precinct.
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Works have started on improved pedestrian safety at the Boorowa Street – Thornhill Street roundabout.

The existing median islands have been upgraded to pedestrian refuge standards Continue reading the story "Safer walkways"

Make your vote count, because others can’t

Posted on: September 20th, 2019 by
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A LOCALgovernment election looms on the horizonand one of the more common reactions to reminding someoneis a disgusted sigh.
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I used to be guilty of this, but a few years agoI had a conversation and itmade me rethink my privileged apathy.

Shortly after voting in the federal election in 2013 I hopped on a plane to Istanbul.

After 23 hours Continue reading the story "Make your vote count, because others can’t"

Working towards joining the dots

Posted on: August 20th, 2019 by
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Rehabilitation Outcomes helped place Rod Thomas in his new job at Trafficking Traffic Management in South Albury.
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THE economic cost of work-related injury and illness to the Australian economy is more than $60 billion a year.

In its most recent reportSafe Work Australia estimated the cost in2012-13 at $61.8 billion, which was 4.1 per cent of GDP.

Border-based Rehabilitation Continue reading the story "Working towards joining the dots"

Hungry for success

Posted on: August 20th, 2019 by
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THE Muswellbrook Rams first grade players are itching to get onto Olympic Park this weekend, according to captain Cade Boney.
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LOCAL HOPES: Muswellbrook Rams first grade squad – back, coach Gary Jones, Jacob Ellis, Mitch Mather, Marcus Bower, Adam Grech, Elliot Serhan, Lennie Craft, coach Steve Haylen; middle, manager Gus Mather, senior vice-president Jonas Merrick, manager Michael Continue reading the story "Hungry for success"

Rush youngster gets Spirit call-up

Posted on: August 20th, 2019 by
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Richards vows to return for BFNL netball finals

Spirit rivals to feel the pain

Canadian international Nayo Raincock-Ekunwe joins WNBL club Bendigo Spirit

WNBA point guard Blake Dietrick signs with Bendigo Spirit

Lydia Brooks has won a spot on the Bendigo Spirit pre-season roster.

BALLARAT Rush young-gun Lydia Brooks has won a call-up to the Bendigo BankSpirit's pre-season roster.

Brooks has been Continue reading the story "Rush youngster gets Spirit call-up"

Top marks for school teachers

Posted on: August 20th, 2019 by
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HIGH ACHIEVERS: Orange High School maths teacher Jo Beeby, P&C president Keith Lummis and Canobolas Rural Technology High School's Matt Scott. Photo: JUDE KEOGHTEACHERS from two high schools in Orange have been selected to receive Minister’s Awards for Excellence.
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Orange High School maths teacher Jo Beeby will receive an Excellence in Teaching awardand the school’s P and C president Continue reading the story "Top marks for school teachers"

Clubs to push for season change

Posted on: August 20th, 2019 by
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All smiles: The Breakers celebrate a try earlier in the season. Photo: Ivan SajkoTHE Group 3 rugby league season could be shorter in length next season if clubs choose to vote that way at November’s annual general meeting.
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Port City Breakers coach Digby Murray acknowledged there wereboth positives and negatives for having theseason at its current length.

“By having a Continue reading the story "Clubs to push for season change"