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Put your hand up for fabulous deals

HOW does cruising around the pristine waters of the Whitsundays sound? A champagne in one hand and 74 islands at your fingertips?. Well this island cruise is just one of the amazing prizes you could win at Saturday’s Kyabram Football Netball

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Aug 23 2017
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Get a big start for a new experience

GET excited, Ky kids – there’s a new feature coming to KCLC Child Care.. Staff are rapt to announce the opening of a new studio room at the centre.. Curated by KCLC educators, the studio room will offer brand new experiences each month

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Aug 23 2017
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Making youth feel alive

KYABRAM P-12 College students tore up the dance floor last week when youth empowerment group Youth Alive came to visit.. Students gathered at the Kyabram Bocce Club for a day of music, rap, dance and input from Youth Alive’s Vee, Josh and DJ

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Kyabram Free ...
Aug 23 2017
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Report recommends CFA reform rejection

Victoria’s controversial firefighting reforms should be rejected and the Department of Premier and Cabinet investigated, a parliamentary committee has found.. The upper house Committee on Fire Services delivered its final report into the

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Shepparton News
Aug 23 2017
Dairy

Missed opportunity, says UDV

The overdue Senate inquiry into the dairy industry gained a muted response from farmer groups when the final report was released last Friday.. The Senate Standing Committee on Economics handed down 12 recommendations, including that:. ■Dairy

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Shepparton News
Aug 23 2017
Livestock

More input to program

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

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Shepparton News
Aug 23 2017
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It’s not too late to get flu shot

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

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Shepparton News
Aug 23 2017
Dairy

Odgers named DA deputy chair

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

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Shepparton News
Aug 23 2017
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Honey Barbecue Pork Ribs

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

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Shepparton News
Aug 23 2017
Rural

Competition draws 150 riders

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

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Shepparton News
Aug 23 2017
Livestock

Wool brokers look at China

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

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Shepparton News
Aug 23 2017
Horticulture

Coolstore expected to increase Ardmona jobs

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

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Rodney Woods
Aug 22 2017
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Win a family pass to...

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

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Shepparton News
Aug 22 2017
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From eyesore to art...

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

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Alana Christe...
Aug 22 2017
Livestock

Project to beef up...

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

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Shepparton News
Aug 22 2017
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Minister slams 'socialist' Labor policies

Mathias Cormann says Labor leader Bill Shorten is trying to make Australians doing it tough believe they'll be better off only if others are less successful.

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AAP News
Aug 23 2017
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Vic MP Fiona Richardson succumbs to cancer

Victoria's Minister for Women Fiona Richardson is being remembered as a fearless advocate for family violence survivors following her death from cancer.

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Aug 23 2017
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Teens appear in court following SA crash

Three teenage boys have appeared in court in Adelaide on charges related to the lead-up to a fatal crash.

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Aug 23 2017
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Turnbull tries to turn page at paper mill

Malcolm Turnbull has returned to the southern NSW town where his father was born as three of his ministers face a High Court battle over international ties.

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Aug 23 2017
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Hanson doubles down on burqa ban

Pauline Hanson says the arrest of a man in Melbourne over a robbery shows why a burqa ban is needed.

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Aug 23 2017
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AMA boss praises Nauru 'high level care'

The head of the Australian Medical Association says the Immigration Department has provided 'very high level' care to asylum seekers on Nauru and Manus.

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Aug 23 2017
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PM to consult with US over Afghan mission

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has restated Australia's intimate alliance with the US, pre-empting close consultations over our role in Afghanistan.

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Aug 23 2017
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DNA of torso matches Swedish journalist

A headless torso found in waters off Denmark has been identified as missing Swedish journalist Kim Wall, Danish police say.

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Aug 23 2017
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Typhoon batters HK, three dead in Macau

Three people are reported dead after Typhoon Hato left a trail of flooding and destruction in Macau.

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Aug 23 2017
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BIG W pins turnaround hopes on mums

BIG W's new boss David Walker's plan for the struggling retailer is based on the way mothers shop.

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AAP News
Aug 23 2017
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Trump pleases supporters, raises eyebrows

The former director of US National Intelligence has questioned US President Donald Trump's fitness to be in office after his defiant speech in Arizona.

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AAP News
Aug 23 2017
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