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Pathology service will remain

THE pathology laboratory at Kerang District Health will remain open for the foreseeable future, whilst a collection service at Cohuna ...

Mail on the move

Mail on the move

ONE era ended at Quambatook on Friday with the closure of the town's historic post office and another ...

Walkway works

Walkway works

THERE will be a short period of restricted access in Fitzroy Street as the redevelopment works progress.

Drugs focus 'paying off'

Drugs focus 'paying off'

EFFORTS to highlight the impact that illicit methamphetamines have on the community are paying off, according to a ...

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Roos progress to grand final

Roos progress to grand final

ULTIMA will play in this year's Golden Rivers Football League grand final after defeating Nullawil by 11 points ...

Swans book Blues clash

Swans book Blues clash

A REJUVENATED Swan Hill grew in confidence to secure a Central Murray Football Netball League second semi-final berth ...

Bombers fall at final hurdle

LEITCHVILLE/GUNBOWER could not defeat Lockington Bamawm United for the second time in three weeks, losing the Heathcote and District Football ...

Title defence on cards

DANIEL Griffin will be aiming to defend his Cohuna Golf Club Stuart Appleby Pro-Am title on Thursday.

Award caps off Young's year

Award caps off Young's year

ULTIMA netballer Sarah Young has capped off a dominant season, winning the Golden Rivers Netball League A Grade ...

Clubs will have a say

THE person overseeing AFL Victoria's review into competitions across north-western Victoria has re-iterated that clubs will be involved throughout the ...

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Driving the status quo

We’re well used to the “Australian premium” – the extra price charged for everything here from iTunes to Mercedes Benz ...

Bluestone to be wound up

Bluestone to be wound up

The administrator appointed to failed labour hire company Bluestone Global has recommended the company be wound up which ...

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Plugged-in kids lose social skills

Children who are constantly plugged into smartphones, computers and televisions are losing vital social skills, according to a new study.

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