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  1. Bill Hetherington one of two Deni Order of Australia recipientsRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Shepparton News Online

    Bill Hetherington has been awarded the Order of Australia Medal for his contribution to Deniliquin's irrigation industry and the community. Mr Hetherington, who was one of two locals to be named in the Australia Day honours list, said he was honoured to receive the prestigious award.

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  2. Former Deni man receives OAMRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Benalla Ensign

    Andrew Harper was awarded an Order of Australia Medal for his service to environmental science and research, and to adventure tourism. The 51 year-old took an interest in cameleering in the 1990s, and it soon became an all-consuming passion.

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  3. Catriona begged to come to DeniRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Benalla Ensign

    Ambassador Catriona Rowntree with Deniliquin Rotarians Di Hand, Garry Baker, Denise Phillips, Ian Lance, Martin Wilmshurst, Barb Trist and Neil Whelan. The Getaway host, who was Murray Shire's ambassador in 2013, attended yesterday's ceremony with her sons Andrew and Charlie and husband James.

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  4. Riverina cameleer recognised in Australia Day honoursRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | ABC News

    An explorer with a passion for the outback and love of camels has received a medal of the Order of Australia, for his service to environmental science, research and adventure tourism. After forging a 30-year career in the merino sheep industry, the self-made cameleer from Deniliquin in south-west New South Wales, became the owner of the Outback Camel Company.

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  5. Riverina police kept busy over long weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | ABC News

    Police say a motorbike and ute were driving in opposite directions on Muttama Road at Coolac at around 10.30am yesterday, when they met in a head on collision. The utility caught on fire and had to be extinguished by New South Wales Fire and Rescue but its male driver escaped unhurt and was taken to Gundagai Hospital for mandatory blood and urine testing.

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  6. Boggabri cowboy makes most of holiday runRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 15 | Northern Daily Leader

    BOGGABRI cowboy Cody Angland is in top form and ready to challenge for titles in the Australian Professional Rodeo Association this year. BOGGABRI cowboy Cody Angland is in top form and ready to challenge for titles in the Australian Professional Rodeo Association this year.

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  7. Cycling event returns to DeniRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 13 | Shepparton News Online

    The Waring Gardens will again be transformed into cycling central when the Deniliquin Cycling Club hosts the annual Deniliquin Criterium this March. The popular day will be held on March 22 and organiser Ricky Bond is expecting another quality field to back up the success of last year's event.

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  8. Cancer float event returns next monthRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 8 | Benalla Ensign

    Deniliquin women Wendy Johnston and Debbie Stonham are asking people to think pink in support of local breast cancer survivors and Breast Cancer Network Australia. The second annual 'Float or Walk for Support', where participants can choose to either float down the river or walk the riverbank, will be held on February 1. Walkers meet at Willoughby's Beach while those floating meet behind the Edward River Hotel.

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  9. Two burned in boat explosion, boy hit by carRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 6 | Benalla Ensign

    Two people are receiving treatment for serious burns at a Shepparton hospital after a speed boat explosion at a Barooga beach on Monday. In a separate incident, a 10 year-old boy is lucky to be alive after being hit by a car in a Barooga residential area last week.

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  10. Excitement about Deniliquin abattoir re-opening, but uncertainty about local ethanol plantRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 5 | ABC News

    The Deniliquin Mayor is excited at the prospect of the town's abattoir re-opening this year, claiming it will create a southern Riverina jobs boon. The facility closed about seven years ago, but last year the New South Wales Government announced it was providing $1m towards renovations to allow it to re-open.

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  11. Recreational fishing park plans to start this yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 5 | Shepparton News Online

    The fish park is proposed for Brown Park, behind Deniliquin TAFE and bordered by Hardinge and Whitelock Sts, and would see the creation of casting decks and an outdoor education centre. A NSW Government grant of $75,394 has been allocated to the project from the Public Reserves Management Fund Program.

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  12. Fishing classic to boast $60,000Read the original story

    Monday Jan 5 | Shepparton News Online

    A prize pool valued at $60,000 will be up for grabs in the XXXX Gold Fishing Classic in 2015, including four boats. Held on Deniliquin's picturesque Edward River and with the event's headquarters positioned right in the heart of town, the 2015 Classic will be held from Friday, February 20 to Sunday, February 22. The fun begins on the Friday evening, with registrations taken at the Classic Headquarters on the Edward River Oval, followed by the popular Prize-A-Rama held at the Deniliquin RSL Club.

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  13. Table Top cowgirl makes merry on Christmas RunRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 1 | Northern Daily Leader

    TABLE Top's Stephanie Gard is the early star of the Christmas Run of rodeos in the Australian Professional Rodeo Association. TABLE Top's Stephanie Gard is the early star of the Christmas Run of rodeos in the Australian Professional Rodeo Association.

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  14. Crisis on our riverRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 31 | Benalla Ensign

    Safety levels on the Murray River around Echuca-Moama have been upgraded to crisis with four drownings this year and another couple recently were caught fighing the current. With only two maritime officers budgeted to patrol a staggering 1400km of river the next death is a matter of when, not if.

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  15. Lifejacket call to reduce drowningsRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 30 | ABC News

    Deniliquin Police will tell the coroner they would like safety vests to be worn by children swimming in inland rivers after two drownings in the region in less than a week. A six year old Bendigo boy died in the Murray River and a 25 year old Iranian refugee from Wagga Wagga died in the Murrumbidgee River.

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  16. Deni Police lead river search in KoondrookRead the original story

    Monday Dec 29 | Seymour Telegraph

    A reminder about water safety has been issued by Deniliquin Rescue Squad in the wake of a drowning death at Koondrook. The boy was in the water with the other children when they started to drift downstream about 2.30pm Saturday.

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  17. Families flock to Deni for holidaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 29 | Benalla Ensign

    It's the relaxed lifestyle, friendly people and beautiful Edward River that bring the Collisson family back to Deniliquin time and time again. Moose Collisson and his daughter Rachel were more than happy to pose for the Pastoral Times as they lounged at Deniliquin's McLean Beach on Friday.

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  18. Children's drownings prompt warning on safety near waterRead the original story

    Monday Dec 29 | The Courier

    PARENTS are being warned to pay extra attention to their children near the water this summer after two tragic deaths at the weekend. PARENTS are being warned to pay extra attention to their children near the water this summer after two tragic deaths at the weekend.

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  19. Forester open to logging Red Gum parksRead the original story

    Sunday Dec 28 | ABC News

    The President of the Foresters Institute of Australia says he feels for southern Riverina communities battling to survive in the wake of red gum forests being locked up as national parks. Mr de Fegely recently attended a New South Wales Forest Industries Taskforce meeting at Deniliquin where there is a push by sections of the community to open red gum national parks to logging.

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  20. Boy, 6, disappears in Murray RiverRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 28 | The Courier

    Search continues: A six-year-old boy who had been camping with his family at Gunbower Island forest, near Koondrook, was swept into the Murray River on Saturday. Chief Inspector Michael Tranby, the Deniliquin local area commander, said the boy had been swimming with six other children when they started to drift downstream.

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