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Students come together for Bluearth teamwork

Local students spent a day learning in the sun and developing mindfulness and resilience at a special day hosted by the Bluearth program.. Using movement as a vehicle, the Bluearth approach assists student development in the behavioural, emotional

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Jun 21 2017
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FADAMS ‘Delight’ with theatre show

The last performance of the Finley Amateur Dramatic and Music Society’s 2017 production ‘Arabian Delight’ was held in the Finley School of Arts on Sunday afternoon.. And what a performance it was.. This year’s production was

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Anne Freestone
Jun 21 2017
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Jewellery stolen

Police are investigating the theft of jewellery, cash and a set of keys from a Barooga home.. Between Monday, June 5 and Friday, June 9, a flyscreen was removed from an unlocked window at the Collie St home to gain entry.. Drink driver. A 35

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Jun 21 2017
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Jerilderie looks back at ‘87 win

Whenever Jerilderie Football Club took on neighbouring Finley on the football field, it was always a match to behold.. But none stand out in the club’s memory like the 1987 Murray Football League grand final, where the Demons dominated the

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Jun 21 2017
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Golfers in grand final

Congratulations to the Berrigan Golf Ladies Pennant team who next Monday will play Albury in the grand final.. The day will be hosted by Deniliquin Golf Club.. The team consists of Sandy Moar, Maree Ryan, Janice Graham, Edwina Morgan, Tracy Dunn and

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Marianne Whelan
Jun 21 2017
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Paint thrown at...

Police are investigating the malicious damage to a home in Cobram St, Berrigan.. The occupants returned to find white paint had been thrown at the front of the home, including the front window.. A drop saw was also stolen from the property

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Jun 21 2017
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Strawberry grants...

Groups and organisations from the Berrigan Shire have until June 30 to submit their applications for the Strawberry Fields Festival’s 2017 Community Grants Scheme.. Designed to support local initiatives which enhance community economic

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Jun 21 2017
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Helene’s a state trade finalist

Jerilderie’s Helene Mortlock has been selected to contest the NSW Industry Excellence Awards’ Woman in a Non Traditional Trade Award category.. It follows on from the apprentice carpenter being one of three finalists contesting the

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Judy Ryan
Jun 16 2017
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We will get you

Random drug testing is delivering ‘‘disappointing’’ yet ‘‘unsurprising’’ results in the region, according to Police Inspector Jy Brown.. The new roadside testing system was implemented in the police

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Jun 16 2017
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Biggest Morning Tea at Preschool

You are invited to a Biggest Morning Tea, Sunday, June 18 from 2pm to 4pm at Tocumwal Preschool.. The afternoon includes cooking stations where you will have all the ingredients to make incredibly healthy and scrumptious food and drinks, such as

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Anne Jones
Jun 16 2017
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Janet triumphs in rare...

There was great excitement at Finley Golf Club last Wednesday following the third round of the Ladies’ Championship.. Kellie White was the outright open champion and Margaret Lemsing won C Grade.. However, there were three ladies sharing the

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Anne Freestone
Jun 16 2017
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West Berriquin’s...

A television meteorologist and an environmental scientist will be guest speakers at an irrigators’ dinner later this month.. The evening, titled ‘Weather and Water’, will be held at the Deniliquin Golf Club on Thursday, June 29 and

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Jun 15 2017
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Stars discuss their...

Stars of music, comedy, football and business were on hand to inspire Berrigan Shire’s future leaders at a special forum last week.. Finley High School Year 11 and 12 students participated in the Youth Futures Career Expo, hosted by Berrigan

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Jun 15 2017
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Footballers’ Ball

This Saturday night is the Berrigan Footballers’ Ball, held at the football clubrooms.. This year the theme is ‘Roaring Twenties’. Cost is $50 which includes a two course meal.. Tickets will be available tomorrow night at the

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Marianne Whelan
Jun 15 2017
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James and ‘Jet’ win local trialling title

Ninety dogs were put through their paces as part of the Finley Show Society’s Three-Sheep Dog Trials over the long weekend.. They were guided through obstacle courses at the Finley Showgrounds by 24 handlers over the five days of competition

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Jun 15 2017
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Licence suspended

A 36 year-old man has had his driving privileges in all Australian states and territories suspended after being stopped by police in Tocumwal on Saturday.. Police stopped a car in Bruton St about 7.50pm for the purpose of a roadside random breath

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Jun 14 2017
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Finley Lake fun run in...

Finley Public School students will put their fitness to the test to raise money for Sudden Infant Death Syndrome this Friday.. The school is hosting a fun run to support Cobram man Adrian Hayward who is raising money and awareness for River’s

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Jun 14 2017
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Photo workshop

The Finley and District Camera Club Inc will host a special workshop this Sunday, with thanks to a Moira Shire Arts and Culture Grant.. One of two grants awarded to the group in recent weeks, the $1180 from the shire funding program will assist keen

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Jun 14 2017
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Man hiding cannabis

A Broadmeadows man who was allegedly attempting to hide from police has been charged with drug possession.. Police say they were conducting roadside breath tests near a service station on Deniliquin St, Tocumwal about 11.25am on Saturday when they

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Jun 14 2017
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