May 25th, 2009 at 09:51am
A middle aged man was airlifted to Melbourne Hospital on Saturday after a collision between a motorcycle and a ute in Tongala.
Motivational speaker Tom O’Toole visited the Deniliquin Business Chamber on Friday night. Tom, the man behind the famous Beechworth Bakery, said that he came to Deni to inspire local businesses to prosper through the tough times.
Conargo Shire residents are being encouraged to have their say at community meetings being held on Wednesday.
Council’s draft 2009-10 budget and proposed roadworks are among items set to dominate discussions.
South Australian artists Terry and Lorraine Letwitzka visited the Edward River Art Society yesterday for some workshops.
President of the society, Helen Lostroh, says they hope to have Terry and Lorraine back in the future.
The red cross is running a workshop at Deniliquin High School aimed at giving students the skills to cope with mental illness.
In the Picola Netball league:
Wunghnu defeated Yarroweyah 56 to 42
The Deni Rovers scraped home over Picola United 32 to 23
Strathmerton were too good for Berrigan 53 to 31
Mathoura downed Blighty 46 to 25
And Jerilderie had the bye
In Football, The Dookie United South East league saw:
Katunga thrash Rennie 113 to 65
Shepparton East defeated Katamatite 102 to 96
Tungamah downed Katandra 141 to 97
and Waaia defeated Dookie 127 to 60
And in the North West:
Berrigan had a narrow win over Strathmerton 68 to 61
Mathoura defeated Blighty 70 to 56
The Deni Rovers were too good for Picola United 69 to 32
and Yarroweyah downed Wunghnu 129 to 63
Jerilderie had the bye
In Golden Rivers Football:
Moulamein downed Hay 97 to 85
Murrabit defeated Quambatook 86 to 78
Nullawil thrashed Ultima 135 to 66
and Wandella obliterated Wakool 144 to 21
In Kyabram district football
Murchison had a narrow win over Ardmona 94 to 91
Girgarre scraped home over Avenel 64 to 60
Lancaster were too good for Merrigum 117 to 69
Rushworth downed Violet Town 101 to 81
Stanhope defeated Tallygaroopna 83 to 68
And Undera and Nagambie drew on 80 points each
And in Murray Valley Football
Sunraysia downed North Central 179 to 68
Yarrawonga defeated Bellaraine 129 to 62
Wimmera were too good for Western Border 132 to 67
Bendigo won a high scoring encounter against Ballarat 138 to 117
Horsham downed Mallee 147 to 106
and Murray thrashed Central Murray 146 to 58
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