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Plan for ‘greyer’ pastures

Posted on: July 14th, 2018 by
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AN AMBITIOUS plan to substitute backpacker farmhands with grey nomad travellers has been labeled “crazy”.
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It comes amid reports that travellers are already abandoning rural work across the Riverinain drovesbecause of the higher tax plan.

The federal government will increase tax for working holidaymakers to 32.5 per cent, as well as removing the tax-free threshold for earnings up to $18,200.

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Leister atop the Handiskins

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Steve Lynch receiving his prize from Dion and Sarah McAlister. Lynch finished first in B grade.
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Saturday the Cowra Golf Club held a Stableford event sponsored by Dion and Sarah McAlister.Thank you guys for your continued supportandtime and dedication tomaking the club a better place over the past few years.

We had 66 players tee off in what Continue reading the story "Leister atop the Handiskins"

Heywood lands first city win

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HAPPY DAYS: Nick Heywood (left) with his father Chris and High Opinion at his Wagga stables. Nick rode his first city winner on Wednesday. Picture: Laura HardwickWAGGA apprentice jockey Nick Heywood landed his first city winner at Warwick Farm on Wednesday.
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Heywood got the monkey off his back by steering Burradoo ($4.20) to victory in the last race at Continue reading the story "Heywood lands first city win"

Swans upset Fortuna

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Sale United Black goalkeeper Callan Storer and Jason McLeod stop a Sale United Green attack during the under 12s match. Photo: Lotje McDonalSALEUnited kept its push for a spot in the Latrobe Valley Soccer League finals alive with a 3-2 victory over Fortuna at Morwell.
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Returning to action on Sunday following a forfeit victory and the bye, the ninth-placed Continue reading the story "Swans upset Fortuna"

Chase for East Gippy glory begins

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EASTGippsland football minor premier Lindenow will take on Paynesville in the second sem-final in Bairnsdale on Saturday.
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The Cats have been missing key players in the past few rounds, and haven’t won as strongly as they’d probably like, but remain a formidable team.

Paynesville, meanwhile, has played exceptionally well, only losing five games and finishing the season with an high Continue reading the story "Chase for East Gippy glory begins"

Horse heaven on market

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PRIVATE TREATY: Cavallino is 120 hectares, 14km from Tamworth and just 6km from the Australian Equine and Livestock Exhibition Centre.ONE of Tamworth’s finest equine properties, Cavallino Estate, has hit the market, making wayfor a quarter horse enthusiast(or two) to nab themselves a specially modified complex.
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The estate (formerlyOrange Grove Thoroughbreds)was purchased by Perth businesspeopleJohn and ZhanaDiCandilo in 2013.

Their Continue reading the story "Horse heaven on market"

Life-saving angel ring program threatened by public liability regulation

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Life-saving angel ring program threatened by public liability regulation Social media officer Brendon Sweeney and president Adam Martin of the ANSA affiliated Tomakin Fishing Club after installing the new angel ring at Snapper Point.
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The before shot of the vandalised angle ring frame and yes, no angler ring.

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Hockey finals hit off

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THE East Gippsland Hockey Association semi-finals will be played on Saturday at the Bairnsdale World Centre, Wallace St.
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The three local clubs will be represented in matches.

Defending open champion Sale will take on Swan Reach in the major semi-final. The sides met last weekend in Sale, with the home winning 2-1 to move to the top of the ladder Continue reading the story "Hockey finals hit off"

Fish bait gets a nibble

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HOOK, LINE AND SINKER: The Victorian government has announced grants for fishing clubs in a bid to achieve one million anglers by 2020.One million recreational fishers by 2020 –that’s the bold new target the Victorian government has splashed$46 million towards.
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The government's Target One Million planpromisesto give all eligible angling clubs up to $2000 to promote membership, which is Continue reading the story "Fish bait gets a nibble"

Grammar rowers on the river

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Gippsland Grammar principal David Baker and McColl Rowing Club vice-president Angela Lowe christen the school’s new rowing boats. Photo: Maree McGrathGIPPSLAND Grammar’s rowing squad began its summer campaign with a barbecue and boat christening on Saturday.
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Two new quadruple scull boats were named after two school families who have had a significant impact on the rowing program over the Continue reading the story "Grammar rowers on the river"