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  1. Police reviewing medical records at Deniliquin nursing home, following arrest of Nursing DirectorRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | ABC News

    Police say it is concerning a woman, accused of posing as a Nursing Director at Deniliquin's Navorina Nursing Home, was allegedly working without any relevant qualifications. We're actually in the process of reviewing any incidences which may have occurred in that time, whether it be a death or any medication supplied to the residents or those sorts of things.

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  2. Deni High's O'Donnell Shield successRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Shepparton News Online

    Deni High Jack Tonta, Max Taylor, Ryan Murray, Daniel Smits, Mitch Jefferies, Tom Fellows, Josh Flight, Scott Kilpatrick, Sean Fisher; Jake McManus, Will Shaw, Dylan Rotherham and Ryan MacDonald An eighth title in nine years has ensured Deniliquin High School's dominance of the Simon O'Donnell Shield continues for at least another year. The shield will stay in Deniliquin for a fourth consecutive year after the locals defeated Finley by nine wickets in the grand final at Edward River Oval.

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  3. Basin plan constraints strategy - too political'Read the original story

    Thursday Dec 11 | Shepparton News Online

    The Murray-Darling Basin Plan Constraints Management Strategy report was released this week, disappointing many irrigation stakeholders across the region. The Murray-Darling Basin Authority released the strategy, which plots the direction forward for the next part of the controversial basin plan, on Tuesday.

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  4. Deniliquin drovers featured in new bookRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 9 | Seymour Telegraph

    A stunning new book that chronicles the lives of drovers and the landscape of the nation's travelling stock routes is creating Australia-wide interest. A local launch of the book - a collaboration between locally-renowned acclaimed photographer Andrew Chapman and award-winning journalist Tim Lee - will be held in Deniliquin this Thursday.

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  5. Aussie rock flavour for Deni Ute MusterRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 8 | Shepparton News Online

    Originally from Western Australia, the five-piece band has been confirmed as one of three early announcements for next October's festival. Also new to the festival will be The Wolfe Brothers, who are fast making a name for themselves in country music circles.

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  6. Jessie Galloway's ashes scattered at dad's beachRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 8 | Shepparton News Online

    Ruth Robinson's sister Jessie Galloway's ashes were scattered at McLean Beach last week, strengthening the family's connection to the popular swimming spot. Jessie, who died on November 23 in Ballina aged 101, had her ashes scattered at Deniliquin's McLean Beach on Thursday.

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  7. Federal forestry co-chair in Deni this weekRead the original story

    Monday Dec 8 | Benalla Ensign

    Federal Forestry Industry Advisory Council co-chair Rob de Fegley is attending an industry meeting in Deniliquin on Thursday and Friday. A huge coup for the region, Mr de Fegley is the co-chair of Prime Minister Tony Abbott's recently formed taskforce.

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  8. Plenty on for cowboys, girlsRead the original story

    Friday Dec 5 | Border Mail

    THOSE who fancy a bit of bareback riding and barrel racing are in for a month of Christmas cheer as the rodeo comes to town. THOSE who fancy a bit of bareback riding and barrel racing are in for a month of Christmas cheer as the rodeo comes to town.

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  9. Pattie celebrates 100th birthdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 4 | Seymour Telegraph

    If three character qualities were to sum up Pattie Lindsay-Field, it's that she is a good listener, never judges and never gossips. Mrs Lindsay-Field reached the amazing milestone of 100 on Wednesday - and when the Riv visited she was surrounded by flowers, cards and letters from dignitaries.

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  10. Car maketh the man: Your ride and what it says about youRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 28 | The Star Online

    ... revelry. Proud: Jess and Hayden Sharman, winners of Ute of the Year 2014 at the Deni Ute Master in Deniliquin, Australia. Hayden Sharman recently won his second "Ute of the Year" with his 1977 Toyota Landcruiser FJ45. He has spent nearly A$100,000 ...

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  11. New song for DeniliquinRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 27 | Shepparton News Online

    While not intended to be, local man David Schoeffel's new song Deniliquin has been adopted as the town's unofficial anthem. Mr Schoeffel penned the song in May, and started working with Deniliquin Municipal Band master Ian Bathgate on a musical arrangement straight away.

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  12. JCB GT Crowned Fastest Backhoe on EarthRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 26 | Construction Equipment Guide

    The JCB GT, now officially the fastest digger on earth, takes a bow in front of the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge with driver Matthew "The Dig" Lucas after achieving the record. The world-famous JCB GT has been crowned the fastest backhoe loader on earth after reaching speeds of more than 70 mph in Australia.

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  13. Joelene loved family and funRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 24 | Benalla Ensign

    It is how the 36 year-old mother, who was known lovingly as Peggy, will be remembered by all who knew her, according to her older brother Travis. A funeral for the murdered former Deniliquin woman will be held in Finley's St Joseph's Catholic Church from 1pm today.

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  14. Storm hits Sydney as bureau warns of damaging hail in NSWRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 23 | ABC News

    Parts of Sydney have been lashed by a storm as the weather bureau warns of the threat of large hailstones and damaging winds in regional New South Wales. The Bureau of Meteorology issued a severe thunderstorm warning , including for large hailstones, for parts of the Riverina and Lower Western districts including the centres of Deniliquin, Hay, Broken Hill, Wentworth and Balranald.

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  15. Legal aid at risk from funding cutsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 23 | Border Mail

    FREE legal services in the Hume and Riverina regions may no longer be available if the NSW government withdraws funding next year. FREE legal services in the Hume and Riverina regions may no longer be available if the NSW government withdraws funding next year.

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  16. JCB GT crowned fastest digger on earthRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | FarmingUK

    The JCB GT was today crowned the fastest digger on earth after reaching speeds of more than 70 miles an hour in Australia. The JCB GT - originally designed to perform high-speed wheelies at racing events - made the attempt in front of independent record officials at Bathurst, near to Sydney.

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  17. Book launch guests well versedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | Benalla Ensign

    Rotarian and book publisher Garry Baker, author Noel Hayes and illustrator John Jansen take a seat at the edge of the 9th green at the Deni Golf Club on Monday night. There was lots of laughter and a few tears at the launch of a unique book highlighting Deniliquin's personalities, places, events and organisations on Monday night.

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  18. VIDEO: JCB sets speed recordRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | Staffordshire Newsletter

    And Guinness World Records has now confirmed that the powerful JCB digger, which is normally based at JCB's Staffordshire headquarters, was officially the fastest backhoe loader in the world with a speed of 72.58 mph . To celebrate the win the JCB GT went on a tour of Sydney and took a bow for photographers in front of other world-famous icons - the Opera House and Harbour Bridge.

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  19. Picture of digger with driverRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | Your Leek Paper

    The JCB GT, now officially the fastest digger on earth, takes a bow in front of the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge with driver Matthew 'The Dig' Lucas after achieving the record. The world-famous JCB GT was today crowned the fastest digger on earth after reaching speeds of more than 70 miles an hour in Australia.

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  20. Echuca man accused of shooting murders near MoamaRead the original story

    Nov 16, 2014 | ABC News

    An Echuca man was charged over the weekend with the shooting murders of two people near the Murray River town of Moama. The bodies of Jolene Joyce, 36, from Mathoura and Jamie Edwards, 36, from Moama were found in a car on the Old Deniliquin Road last Wednesday morning.

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