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2QN/Classic Rock Regional News Headlines: Monday March 9

March 9th, 2009 at 09:24am

The last two times that I’ve been in Deniliquin I’ve had people from back home in Canberra saying things like “it must be hard to fill a bulletin in an area like that”, and others asking what sort of things make the news.

The first group under-estimate the size of the broadcast area, and the second group are a tad overwhelming at times but have a good point. I think the news stories in this area may be of some interest, so this week I intend on posting the 2QN/Classic Rock regional news headlines on this website around 9am when all of the morning bulletins are out of the way.

Campaspe shire council will buy a property opposite the Echuca saleyards in an effort to stamp out ongoing noise issues, however the move may limit the council’s ability to spend money on other projects this financial year.

All of Shepparton’s police units were needed on Saturday night to shut down a gatecrashed birthday party.

The federal member for Murray, Dr. Sharman Stone, has responded angrily to calls by the South Australian government for a larger share of the water from the Murray river.

The Nationals Member for Murray-Darling John Williams has joined the F division of New South Wales councils in opposing an accelerated buyback of water proposed by Senator Nick Xenophon.

Murray Shire Council general manager Greg Murdoch says they are chasing Rees government funding that’s available for communities which don’t have high speed wireless broadband services.

Moama police are appealing for witnesses to a number of incidents over the weekend.

Tantat Secret won the Echuca Cup by a nose.

Echuca defeated Moama with just three balls to spare in Campaspe Cricket’s match of the round in Moama.


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