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  1. Shepparton Golf hands out bowls hidingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 19 | Benalla Ensign

    Goulburn Valley Bowls Division ladder leader Shepparton Golf has put in another impressive performance in division one pennant, dispatching Euroa by 37 shots. Focused: Shepparton Golf triumvirate Russ Orchard, Tim Gribble and Mal Williams look on during their Goulburn Valley Bowls division one pennant win against Euroa on Saturday.

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  2. Sporting goods part of $700K haulRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | Border Mail

    A BENALLA sports store lost goods valued at almost $20,000 during a $700,000-plus burglary spree across the region. A BENALLA sports store lost goods valued at almost $20,000 during a $700,000-plus burglary spree across the region.

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  3. Benalla hosts another successful Better Bike HikeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | Shepparton News Online

    EdSpace is an independent specialist school in Benalla providing individualised education programs for students with a medical or developmental disorder affecting their success in mainstream schooling. Fundraising manager for Capability Building, which runs EdSpace, Warren Smith said while the number of riders was slightly down on last year with about 150 participating, it was still a great event.

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  4. Mixed results for pennant bowlersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | Benalla Ensign

    In CBD midweek pennant it was a great win by the Seymour division one team against Alexandra last week winning two rinks and squaring the third. In Goulburn Valley division one lost to Mooroopna Golf winning only one rink on its own home green.

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  5. Friends or foes? It's hard to tellRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 11 | Border Mail

    Voters in the new seat could think The Nationals' Steph Ryan and the Liberals' Tony Schneider were hitting the campaign trail together, with the pair appearing at several of the same events recently. Euroa - made up of almost all of the old Benalla seat of retiring National MP Bill Sykes, and extending past Seymour - is seen as one of the more interesting electorates ahead of next month's state election, despite the Nationals now having a margin of 13.6 per cent.

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  6. Heathcote to be connected to gasRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 8 | Shepparton News Online

    Brookfield senior vice-president Anthony Vaughn, Liberal candidate for Euroa Tony Schneider, Heathcote Tourism and Development president Peter Maine, Heathcote Winegrowers Association president Phil Meehan, City of Greater Bendigo mayor Barry Lyons, Deputy Premier Peter Ryan, Nationals candidate for Euroa Steph Ryan and Member for Rodney Paul Weller. Deputy Victorian Premier Peter Ryan visited town on Wednesday to announce Brookfield Infrastructure Group's successful tender for the Heathcote gas project.

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  7. Meet the candidate - Strathbogies VoicesRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 7 | Seymour Telegraph

    Three of the candidates for the State seat of Euroa and two for the upper house seat of Northern Victoria were quizzed at the Strathbogies Meet the Candidates forum at Euroa. The recently formed Strathbogie Voices community action group held a Meet the Candidates forum in Euroa last week with three of the candidates for the new state seat of Euroa and two of the candidates for the upper house seat of Northern Victoria.

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  8. Where's Nagambie's ambulance?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 7 | Benalla Ensign

    In case Euroa and Northern Victoria state election candidates Tony Schneider , Jenny O'Connor , Robert Danieli , Steph Ryan and Clare Malcolm didn't get the message that an ambulance service for Nagambie was an important issue in the town, they were given a reminder at the candidates forum in Euroa last week. If the candidates for the seat of Euroa were in any doubt about the importance of an ambulance service for Nagambie, they can't claim to be in the dark now.

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  9. Ballarat racer to seek success on home trackRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 7 | The Courier

    Tyanna opened the account for the English-born Alexander, who worked with leading trainers in Great Britain, Europe and Australia, before going out on his own, at Seymour on September 25. Tyanna now has the opportunity to give Alexander his first taste of success on his new home track - Sportsbet-Ballarat - on Wendesday. She lines up in the Sportsbet Showcase Benchmark70 Handicap, 1400, at Ballarat Turf Club's long-awaited first race meeting on its newly upgraded track.

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  10. McEvoy to make flying visit for Benalla Cup rideRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 2 | Benalla Ensign

    Jacquinot Bay in action at a race at Randwick. Jacquinot Bay is a leading contender in this Sunday's Benalla Cup.

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  11. Benalla's reserves fall agonisingly short in grand finalRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 1 | Seymour Telegraph

    Benalla Saints' reserves side suffered an 11-point loss at the hands of Euroa in Sunday's Goulburn Valley Football League grand final. The Saints had pulled off a stunning premiership campaign, finishing fifth on the Goulburn Valley Football League ladder and knocking over each of their opponents on the road to the grand final.

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  12. Safety tops priorities in new fundingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 30 | Border Mail

    PATIENT safety was a priority when it came to dividing up almost $2 million in funding between North East health services. Benalla MP Bill Sykes, acting Benalla Health chief executive Janine Holland, Victorian Health Minister David Davis and the Liberal candidate for Euroa Tony Schneider were on hand at the Benalla Hospital, where Mr Davis announced upgrades valued at almost $2 million.

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  13. Benalla seniors heartbroken over devastating grand final lossRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 30 | Shepparton News Online

    Tears flowed freely from players and supporters on Sunday when Benalla lost the Goulburn Valley Football League grand final by three points. It took Benalla Saints four points each week to make its way to the Goulburn Valley Football League grand final.

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  14. Financial boost for Benalla Health servicesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 30 | Benalla Ensign

    Benalla Health has received grants of $620,000 to improve safety and provide additional ensuites in the aged care wing. Benalla health receives $620 000 from State Governmen.

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  15. Euroa defeats Benalla in the Goulburn Valley Football Leagure reserves finalRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 28 | Shepparton News Online

    Euroa ended a 17-year Goulburn Valley Football League reserves premiership drought thanks to a hard-fought victory against Benalla yesterday. The Magpies led at every change, but had to dig deep in the final term to hang on for an 11-point win at Deakin Reserve.

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  16. Grand final fever grips Goulburn ValleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 28 | Shepparton News Online

    More than 6000 peope crammed into Deakin Reserve to catch all the action of the Goulburn Valley football and netball league grand finals. Mia Gregor, Hannah Quinn, Margaret Green, Meg Rohde, Rosy Miechel, Bridget Byrne, Claire Byrne, Jackie Green, Lexi Gregor and Claudia Sampson.

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  17. GPS misleads woman onto wrong side of freewayRead the original story

    Friday Sep 26 | Shepparton News Online

    Benalla police are warning people to pay attention to road signs after a woman's GPS directed her to drive on the wrong side of Hume Fwy. Sergeant Brad McMennemin said the Stewarton woman, 28, was at the Baddaginnie intersection when she made a right turn on to Hume Fwy about 4.15 He said the woman did not cross over the median strip to complete the right turn and continued south on the northbound road towards Euroa.

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  18. Nagambie ambulance campaign gets a pushRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 23, 2014 | Shepparton News Online

    A high-powered group of Nagambie residents is behind a new organisation set up to lobby for an ambulance service for the town - and they want the rest of the community to join them. Nagambie Ambulance Service Community Alliance has been formed in response to the dwindling number of CERT volunteers and the need for a workable succession plan to provide the town and surrounds with a long-term sustainable critical first response capability.

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  19. Lions roar into under-18 grand finalRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 23, 2014 | Shepparton News Online

    Seymour's under-18 footballers are going to be at the biggest game of the year after the Lions cubs blitzed Echuca to make the GVFL grand final. Sunday's 45-point preliminary final victory at Deakin Reserve was the team's eighth in a row and 11th in its past 12 games, but was achieved in marked contrast to previous finals wins against Mooroopna and Euroa.

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  20. $22 million boost for NagambieRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 23, 2014 | Shepparton News Online

    Gerry Ryan reveals plans for hotel, day spa and chocolate factory at Mitchelton and new development at Nagambie Lakes Leisure Park. A hotel, day spa and chocolate factory at Mitchelton and a residential-style development at Nagambie Lakes Leisure Park are part of a $22 They are the first big-ticket projects revealed by Mr Ryan, who has been the largest investor in Nagambie in recent years, and built with the area's tourism potential in mind.

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