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  1. NSW students allegedly indecently assaulted at school camp by deputy principalRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ABC News

    A high school deputy principal in southern New South Wales has been charged with additional offences relating to the alleged aggravated indecent assault of female students at a school camp. Police say last month a 14-year-old girl reported being indecently assaulted at her private school on two consecutive days in April.

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  2. Murray Darling diversification projects announcedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | ABC News

    The New South Wales Government says around 250 jobs will be created in the Riverina-Murray region in the state's south through a Commonwealth diversification program for communities affected by the Basin Plan. Twenty-one projects have received a combined $18m from the $32.5m Murray Darling Regional Economic Diversification Program, which has taken eight months to be finalised.

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  3. Price of 'ice'Read the original story

    Tuesday May 19 | Shepparton News Online

    It's no secret that illicit drugs like the one known as 'ice' are devastating lives and families across Australia, including some in the Southern Riverina. A panel of health representatives warned the community of the dangerous effects of using methamphetamines, or 'ice', at a community drug forum which attracted about 50 people on Tuesday night last week.

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  4. Murray MP criticises panel tasked with distributing Basin Plan adjustment fundingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | ABC News

    Murray Nationals MP, Adrian Piccoli, is pushing for changes to a funding scheme for areas hit by water losses under the Murray Darling Basin Plan. There is, I'm told, going to be a second round and we want to make sure that round is a bit more targeted to what those communities need.

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  5. Deni's river festival planRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Shepparton News Online

    People will be encouraged to dress up, build a 'flying machine' and make the jump from a platform opposite McLean Beach. Anyone who reaches the beach will be a winner.

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  6. Deputy principal of southern NSW private school charged with indecent assaults on a female studentRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 6 | ABC News

    Police have charged a high school deputy principal in southern New South Wales with aggravated indecent assaults on a female student. Police say a 14-year-old girl reported being indecently assaulted at her private school on two consecutive days last month.

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  7. No home for exec. officerRead the original story

    Monday May 4 | Benalla Ensign

    The Pastoral Times has tried to contact Mr Mann, who had been with the organisation for 15 years, however he had not returned any of our calls. HOW chairperson Vicki Meyer said the organisation had a ''pathway to adapt to change, today and into the future, to meet its goal of providing homes and working with partners and building regional communities''.

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  8. Call for help to end Aboriginal disadvantageRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 26 | ABC News

    An Aboriginal leader in western New South Wales says without adequate social housing, Indigenous communities are suffering in an ongoing cycle of poverty. At the Wamba Wamba Mission on the Murray River near Swan Hill, there is no rubbish collection, houses do not have working smoke alarms and lights, and there is a white ant infestation.

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  9. Thousands ready to thank the AnzacsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 24 | The Age

    The Gallipoli peninsula is a whirlpool of tension, excitement and anticipation this Anzac eve as the final pieces of an enormous operation years in the planning fall into place. A century ago, eager young men came here to fight, to suffer extraordinary hardship and horror, and too often to pay with their lives.

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  10. Former principal praises PiccoliRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 23 | Seymour Telegraph

    When it came to the needs of regional public school students, former Deniliquin High School principal Bernie Roebuck was always one of the loudest in protesting for fairness. Mr Roebuck, who also served as a principal consultant for Riverina schools with the Department of Education and Finley High School principal, this week said the NSW Government had gone some way in bridging the gap between city and country schools.

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  11. Lest We ForgetRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 23 | Seymour Telegraph

    Deniliquin's McLean Beach was named after this man - a soldier who was so horrified by what he saw on the battlefield at Gallipoli that he jumped on a ship back to Australia without seeking permission from his commanding officer. Hector was attached to the 3rd Light Horse Field Ambulance which landed at Gallipoli in early May 1915, soon after the initial landings on April 25. He soon saw the true horrors of war, acting as a stretcher bearer from his arrival to September that year, before being moved to the 2nd General Hospital on nursing duties.

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  12. Top ute's cash grabRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 23 | Seymour Telegraph

    A $10,000 cash prize is now up for grabs for the Deniliquin Ute Muster's Ute of the Year. Following the announcement of this year's Deni Ute Muster 'Australian Made' theme, 14 all-new categories have been developed.

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  13. Camp's tonne of fun ... and rubbishRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 23 | Seymour Telegraph

    Activities included canoeing with Deniliquin's Edward River Adventours, water testing with the 'Sciencetwists' team and the opportunity to paint some canvases under the direction of Aboriginal Elder, Uncle Col. Funding for the camp was provided by The RE Ross Trust through the Foundation for Rural & Regional Renewal and NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service.

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  14. Fighting iceRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 21, 2015 | Shepparton News Online

    Barooga held the first of many community drug forums in the Southern Riverina that focus on the dangers of the drug 'ice' Almost 100 people were at an information session about ice and other drugs held at the Barooga Football and Netball Club last Tuesday. A local mother has spoken of the devastating effects of ice on families and the community and urged people to support each other to help addicts kick their addiction.

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  15. BIG4's Aussie bronzeRead the original story

    Apr 13, 2015 | Seymour Telegraph

    BIG4 Deniliquin Holiday Park has been named in the top three tourist and caravan parks in Australia after receiving a bronze at the 2014 Australia Tourism Awards, held in Adelaide on Saturday night. Following its win at the 2014 NSW Tourism Awards, BIG4 Deniliquin was the only NSW finalist competing against six other award-winning parks from throughout Australia.

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  16. Deni booked out for first NationalsRead the original story

    Apr 13, 2015 | Benalla Ensign

    Between 1000 and 2000 people are expected to make their way to Deniliquin this weekend for the inaugural Cruising Nationals event. Described as ''Australia's newest and coolest pre-1975 car event'', it will be held over three days - Friday to Sunday.

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  17. Art successRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 6, 2015 | Benalla Ensign

    David St Leon's sculpture 'POWs at Work', depicting work on the Burma Railway, came first in the Local Artist award. Deniliquin High School teacher Mark Richards also claimed a top prize in the 3D ceramics, wood and pottery section with his piece 'Tudor'.

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  18. Job providers are now job seekersRead the original story

    Apr 1, 2015 | Border Mail

    EMPLOYMENT provider Workways Australia has lost a lucrative federal government contract, resulting in job losses in Victoria and NSW- up to 20 of them on the Border. EMPLOYMENT provider Workways Australia has lost a lucrative federal government contract, resulting in job losses in Victoria and NSW - up to 20 of them on the Border.

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  19. Deniliquin mini rialway opens SundayRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 1, 2015 | Shepparton News Online

    After more than 10 years of planning, the miniature railway at Deniliquin;s Memorial Park will begin operating on Sunday. It's been a long road, or track in this case, but Deniliquin's mini railway is finally open to the public and will operate for the first time this Sunday.

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  20. Matchbox project invites people to create tiny artworksRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 29, 2015 | ABC News

    The unusual project has taken Sydney twins Leanne and Naomi Shedlezki to numerous cities and towns since they set out in 2009, supported by grants from organisations including Arts NSW and the Japan Foundation. Both are College of Fine Arts graduates and take a transparent case on their travels, inviting locals to decorate the inside of a matchbox and then display it in the case with many others.

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