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  1. Saints pipped at the postRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Benalla Ensign

    The Saints were unable to match the improved Euroa Magpies at the Euroa Memorial Oval under lights on Saturday night. Leading by 23 points at quarter time, the Saints were in front at every change, but were unable to match the home side when it mattered.


  2. Shaky Lions steady for winRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Seymour Telegraph

    If there's a positive to be taken out of Seymour's first win of the season against Mansfield at Kings Park on Saturday, it's that the Lions won a game that last year they probably would have lost. As the Eagles charged to within 10 points of Seymour in the third quarter, the signs looked ominous.


  3. David Hayes's Criterion was here in December. Photos: Kenneth ChanRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | South China Morning Post

    Seeing former Hong Kong champion trainer David Hayes back in town for the Audemars Piguet QE II Cup on Sunday will awaken memories of his success when based here and will probably have a few wondering about future plans. Let's take you back to Hayes' departure in mid-2005 after 10 years at Sha Tin, two championship wins, a swag of Group Ones including a Derby and internationals, and it gives us the opportunity to speak just a little bit out of school.


  4. Gilliland inspires his side to courageous winRead the original story

    Sunday Apr 19 | Shepparton News Online

    Euroa coach Nathan Gilliland led by example on and off the field on Saturday night as the Magpies upset Benalla. The Magpies might have been down by nine points at the last change against premiership favourite Benalla on Saturday night, but they always believed.


  5. Rural women share stories of the 'invisible farmers'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | Canberra Times

    Museum Victoria is doing a special research project with UniMelb on uncovering some of the faces and names that have gone unrecognised for too long. It was blowing a gale in the foothills outside Benalla, but it was near noon and a big shadow of black Angus calves rested calmly enough in the top paddock, so Alana Johnson sat down at her farmhouse table to tell a story.


  6. Bulldogs favoured at homeRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 16 | Shepparton News Online

    The Bulldogs and the Murray Bombers were both expected to finish outside of Goulburn Valley Football League finals contention before the first bounce of season 2015. Tomorrow the two sides meet with both sitting on 0-2 records, so, bar a draw, one will be far happier to be off the mark by 5pm.


  7. Give hockey a goRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | Benalla Ensign

    To inspire the next generation of hockey players the Benalla Hockey Club is offering its Hook In2 Hockey program free of charge for the first six weeks. Designed for children between the ages of five and 12, the program aims to get children active and trying out a new sport.


  8. Queen Elizabeth crown fits perfectly for CriterionRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 11 | Northern Territory News

    Daylight second as Criterion wins the Group 1 $4 million Longines Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Royal Randwick. Picture: Simon Bullard As the gleaming chestnut raced away with the richest weigh-for-age race in the southern hemisphere, the $4 million Queen Elizabeth Stakes , defeating a field loaded with international stars, Hayes revealed plans to take the horse on an overseas odyssey.


  9. Playing coaches all the rageRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 9 | Shepparton News Online

    Goulburn Valley Football League clubs have been veering back towards appointing playing coaches. Oliver Caffrey looks into the trend in the first GVFL Insider column.


  10. Ryan claims bridges will close under LaborRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 9 | Benalla Ensign

    Member for Euroa Steph Ryan claims bridges in the Benalla council area would have to close due to funding cuts by the Daniels Government. 10 landowners meet with the Benalla Rural City Council at the Gunns land bridge to discuss the impasse over the 14 tonne weight limit just imposed which restricts trucks and farm equipment movements Bridges may close and others may become severely restricted as a result of Daniel Andrews' decision to axe country roads funding, according to State Member for Euroa and Nationals deputy leader Steph Ryan.


  11. Too early to call droughtRead the original story

    Monday Apr 6 | Seymour Telegraph

    Low rainfall levels in March have resurrected predictions of another drought, but an agronomist says it's ''too early'' to tell. ''But I think it is still too early to worry about it just yet.


  12. MPs take up school fightRead the original story

    Friday Apr 3 | Border Mail

    THE Premier Daniel Andrews needs to listen to regional Victoria on school funding, according to opposition education spokesman Nick Wakeling. THE Premier Daniel Andrews needs to listen to regional Victoria on school funding, according to opposition education spokesman Nick Wakeling.


  13. Famous footsteps for FenwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 31 | Shepparton News Online

    Filly becomes first Seymour-trained Group One winner in nearly 25 years, while picnic jockey still has his eyes on the premiership. A delighted Reece Goodwin returns to scale at Healesville on Saturday after winning on Celestial Century for his father Barry.


  14. Children injured in Eildon boat fireRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 30 |

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  15. Coalition agreement in Victoria faces renewed scrutiny after 2014 election defeatRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 22, 2015 | Sydney Morning Herald

    The Liberal-National alliance in Victoria is facing intense scrutiny, with a formal review set to question the carve-up of funding and seats following the Coalition's 2014 election loss. Victorian Liberal president-elect Michael Kroger is poised to appoint former Liberal leader in the upper house Philip Davis to conduct a sweeping inquiry to examine whether the Coalition agreement between the two parties remains beneficial.


  16. Victoria country Liberals hit out at Nationals over Coalition agreementRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 21, 2015 | The Age

    An internal brawl is set to erupt within the Victorian Coalition, with a group of Liberals pushing to change the agreement between the parties to reduce the Nationals' power and reinstate three-cornered contests. In the latest sign of simmering tensions in the Coalition, the state Liberal council on Saturday will debate a proposal to dramatically overhaul the partnership, with some accusing the Nationals of deliberately undermining them at last year's Victorian poll.


  17. Bendigo shows off international runners at stand-alone meetingRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 19, 2015 | Sydney Morning Herald

    Some of Australia's youngest and most brilliant racehorses will do battle in the Golden Slipper in Sydney on Saturday, but in Bendigo - at a very different stand-alone race meeting - a special group of former international stayers will be running. Three years ago former Bendigo Racing Club chief executive Ian Hart took on the job of designing a Saturday fixture with a definite point of difference from the classic events in Sydney.


  18. Racing Victoria's Greg Carpenter tips Brazen Beau and Joao Moreira to star in EnglandRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 13, 2015 | Sydney Morning Herald

    Just minutes after Sydney three-year-old Brazen Beau earned the tag of a future world champion sprinter, Racing Victoria senior handicapper Greg Carpenter maintained that English racing would feast on a remarkable double act later this year. Carpenter was referring not only to the stunning performance of Brazen Beau in winning the Newmarket Handicap at Flemington on Saturday, he was also full of praise for the youngster's jockey, Joao Moreira.


  19. Euroa agents have it coveredRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 9, 2015 | Shepparton News Online

    From a wish list that became reality, the new roof on Euroa Saleyards was proof positive of community power, Strathbogie Shire Mayor Deb Swan said when she opened the facility officially last week. Strathbogie Shire Mayor Deb Swan unveils the plaque to open the new Euroa yards.


  20. Leadership is a journeyRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 6, 2015 | Bendigo Advertiser

    EXECUTIVE: Marnie Baker says she's been fortunate at Bendigo Bank. She advises younger women to back themselves for more senior roles. 2 comments