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Library renovations start soon

%Cobram’s new, state-of-the-art library is a step closer to ...

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Library renovations start soon

Farmers in need of your help

Local people are being encouraged to dig deep in their pocke ...

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Farmers in need of your help

Corporate tennis night success

A fantastic night of good-natured and well played tennis was ...

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Corporate tennis night success

Man charged after obscene exposure

A Cobram man has been arrested after exposing himself on a n ...

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Man charged after obscene exposure
  • Library renovations start soon

    Library renovations start soon JENNA BISHOP | %Cobram’s new, state-of-the-art library is a step closer to reality, with construction works expected to begin at the Punt Rd site within weeks.
  • Farmers in need of your help

    Farmers in need of your help JENNA BISHOP | Local people are being encouraged to dig deep in their pockets to support the drought- and fire-affected farmers in Tasmania through a new crowd-sourced campaign to donate grain and funds.
  • Corporate tennis night success

    Corporate tennis night success A fantastic night of good-natured and well played tennis was held last Thursday night as Cobram Lawn Tennis Club hosted its annual corporate tennis night.
  • Man charged after obscene exposure

    Man charged after obscene exposure A Cobram man has been arrested after exposing himself on a number of occasions while driving his car around Katamatite and Cobram South.
  • Fire station reflection

    Fire station reflection JENNA BISHOP | There was a nostalgic moment shared between a number of long-serving Cobram firefighters last week as they fondly farewelled the station they’d called home for decades.
  • Camper numbers take dip

    It was a down year for some of the local caravan parks and hotels in the Cobram area, with many owners saying they feel more visitors during the Christmas and New Year break are making use of the free camping sites along the river.
  • Ball kid chance is ace

    Ball kid chance is ace LACHLAN SHARP | For the second year in a row, Katamatite teenager Natalie Lukies has lived a sporting dream, to be a ball kid at the Australian Open.
  • Drought Angels keen to deliver local donations

    Drought Angels keen to deliver local donations JENNA BISHOP | A first-hand account of the terrible conditions drought-stricken farmers are facing in Queensland has prompted a local service group to jump on board and donate towards an upcoming Burrumbuttock Hay Run.
  • Amazing effort to help others

    Amazing effort to help others LACHLAN SHARP | Injuries are not going to come between Strathmerton man Simon Borg and his quest to run 12 marathons in 12 months.
  • Birth of baby donkey Dougal delights

    Birth of baby donkey Dougal delights SOPHIE BURGE | The cuteness level at Maryanne Ryan’s place is overflowing the bucket, with the arrival of baby Dougal the donkey.
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