September 4th, 2009 at 10:07am
Water restrictions will be eased in Deniliquin tomorrow from stage 4 to stage 3A, allowing for watering of gardens on certain days. The easing of water restrictions is in response to the increase in water allocation to high-security entitlement holders earlier this week.
Echuca’s unmetered parking zones are now being monitored by electronic sensors, to detect when people stay for longer than is permitted by signs…but September is being considered a grace period in which nobody will be fined by the new system, or be informed that they have overstayed their welcome.
Campaspe Shire Mayor Peter Williams has welcomed the Federal government’s announcement of the funding which it has allocated to the Financial Assistance Grants program for this financial year.
Mr. Williams says the funding is slightly more than what Council was expecting, but is still far below what some other states receive.
Dairy Farmers in Northern Victoria are being encouraged to have their say on the future of the dairy industry in the Goulburn Valley at Dairy Australia’s public meeting this morning.
The Murray Catchment Management Authority has opened applications for its 2.8 million dollar program of grants for landholders.
In Deni Ladies indoor netball, Monkey Magic defeated Amcal Crocs 45 to 25 and the RSL Retreads defeated Odd N Ends 33 to 22.
And in the single stroke competition at the Deni Golf Club, L. Brant was the A Grade winner, A. Veenstra won B Grade, and C Grade went to F. Munnerly.
The Picola Football League grand final is on tomorrow, with Jerilderie taking on Berrigan in Blighty.
And the finals continue this weekend in Greenham Murray Football and Goulburn Valley Football
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