May 26th, 2009 at 10:24am
The future of the red gum logging industry remains uncertain, with the Rivers and Red Gum Alliance saying that federal environment minister Peter Garret has not lifted a ban on logging in the forests.
Discussions between the New South Wales government and the Federal government are continuing.
Police are asking for public assistance after a string of vandalism attacks over the weekend.
Windows were smashed at a business in Jerilderie, a business on Perracoota road in Moama and a sporting facility in Finley.
The region experienced some decent rainfall yesterday, with Deniliquin recording 7 millimetres, and Echuca 13 millimetres, however the bureau aren’t expecting any more decent falls this week.
Hay Shire council are meeting today. Items on the agenda include funding for bicycle paths, delays in the reconstruction and sealing of Kangaroo Lane, progress reports on a large number of works which are currently underway, and a public question time.
A 40 year old Tocumwal man will face court at a future date after police allegedly found him in possession of a quantity of Cannabis.
The Central Hot Shots will clash with the Easy Beats in the grand final of Deni mixed netball next week.
The Tocumwal Golf Club champion for 2009 has been announced as Nathan Matthews. This is the second time that Nathan has taken the title.
The venue for this weekend’s clash between Numurkah and Moama in Round 8 of Murray Football has changed. The match will now be played at the Katunga Football Club ground.
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