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Shire fined for breaching EPA licence

The Environment Protection Authority has fined Moira Shire Council more than $7900 for breaching a condition of its EPA licence at its Cobram Landfill.. Moira Shire community general manager Sally Rice said the shire had accepted full

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Courier Cobram
Feb 22 2018
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Heroes do us proud

The Queen’s Baton finally arrived in Yarrawonga on Thursday after making the long journey around Victoria ahead of the Commonwealth Games, which begin on the Gold Coast on April 4.. A raft of Moira Shire’s finest characters had the

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Courier Cobram
Feb 22 2018
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Expo proves pigs can fly

Alternative farming has become a global trend, with record crowds flocking to the Seymour Alternative Farming Expo to learn all about it.. The weekend’s expo attracted 22000 visitors and 500 stallholders, demonstrating the continuing growth in

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Courier Cobram
Feb 22 2018
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Regions now at risk

Member for Shepparton Suzanna Sheed claims the Federal Opposition has put the future of regional communities in jeopardy and could force the failure of the Murray-Darling Basin Plan.. Labor, the Greens and Nick Xenophon Team last Wednesday voted to

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Courier Cobram
Feb 21 2018
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NBN offers choices

Despite the rapidly-progressing rollout of the NBN, many people are still in the dark about what it means for them.. According to a new Finder survey, 44 per cent of people not already on the NBN do not realise they will need to connect to the

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Courier Cobram
Feb 21 2018
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All revved up for...

There will be engines purring and leather aplenty at the Motorbike Muster Show and Shine in Mulwala this weekend.. The muster will be held at the Mulwala Water Ski Club foreshore on Sunday, from 9.30am to 2pm. Exhibitors can register from 8am

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Courier Cobram
Feb 21 2018
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Basin plan in jeopardy

The Murray-Darling Basin Plan is on the cusp of being blown out of the water, according to Federal Member for Murray Damian Drum.. Mr Drum said Federal Labor’s decision to side with the Greens had jeopardised the most productive agricultural

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Courier Cobram
Feb 21 2018
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Cobram school earns, learns

Cobram and District Specialist School has reaped the benefits of collecting more than 15000 Earn and Learn stickers from Woolworths.. The campaign allowed Woolworths shoppers to collect stickers to help the school or early learning centre of their

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Courier Cobram
Feb 21 2018
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Garden funds

The Barooga Hotel has continued its trend of giving back to the community, this time donating $500 to the Barooga Botanical Gardens Committee.. Barooga Hotel licensee Kath Gardiner said the money was raised through a number of raffles, which the pub

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Courier Cobram
Feb 21 2018
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Supermarket needed for project viability

Almost 150 people crammed into the civic centre on Thursday night to voice their opinions on the proposed Cobram Village development.. The crowd was overwhelmingly in favour of the development, but Tipalea Partners chief executive officer Scott

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Patrick Tansey
Feb 21 2018
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Dodgy dealings -...

An illegal tobacco retailer in Cobram was back open for business just days after being raided by a joint Cobram police-Moira Shire taskforce which seized cartons of tobacco products.. Last Thursday morning the police and shire officers raided Cobram

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David Rak
Feb 21 2018
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Tobacco raid in Cobram

CIGARETTES and money have been seized after Cobram Gift and Cigarette Accessories was raided by Cobram detectives in conjunction with Moira Shire Council this morning.. Police said they executed a search warrant at the premises as part of an ongoing

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Courier Cobram
Feb 15 2018
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Gallery: Berrigan...

A beautiful morning on the banks of the Bullanginya Lagoon was the setting for Berrigan Shire Australia Day celebrations.. The Australia Day award winners were:. Citizen of the Year, John Hand (Finley); Young Citizen of the Year, Jorja Daniel

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Courier Cobram
Feb 01 2018
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Gallery: Community members recognised

The many outstanding contributions made by our most selfless community members have been formally recognised at the 2018 Moira Shire Australia Day Awards.. The ceremony was held at the Civic Centre on Thursday.. Citizen of the Year was awarded to

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Courier Cobram
Jan 24 2018
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Gallery: Social start to the new year

Rotary club of Cobram has kicked off the new year with a social gathering at the Barooga Botanical Gardens.. The club welcomed Rotarians and partners from the clubs of Tocumwal and, for the first time, Numurkah.. About 50 people enjoyed a delicious

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Courier Cobram
Jan 18 2018
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Vehicle collides with tree near Strathmerton

A 26-year-old NSW man is in a stable condition after his car collided with a tree on the Murray Valley Hwy near Strathmerton on Wednesday.. The man was travelling along the Murray Valley Highway when he ran off the road and hit the tree about

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Courier Cobram
Jan 12 2018
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Stabbing accused...

The man charged with the stabbing murder of a 32-year-old Strathmerton man appeared in an out of sessions hearing in Shepparton Magistrates Court last night.. Strathmerton's Robert Strucelj, 46, was remanded in custody to reappear at the

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Courier Cobram
Jan 10 2018
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Man found dead in...

A 46-year-old Strathmerton man has been arrested and Homicide Squad detectives are investigating the stabbing death of a man in Strathmerton overnight.. Investigators have been told a 32-year-old Bearii man was located deceased in Williams Rd with

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Courier Cobram
Jan 08 2018
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Santa run hits the...

The Barooga Fire Station will be holding its annual firetruck Santa run on Friday, with volunteer firefighters delivering presents to children throughout the town.. The truck will roll into every street in Barooga starting from 6pm. It is the 28th

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Courier Cobram
Dec 20 2017
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