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New Lions president

Katamatite Lions Club held its 42nd annual handover dinner a ...

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New Lions president

Back-to-back excellence awards for cafe

Strathmerton’s Cafe3641 has been recognised for excellence i ...

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Back-to-back excellence awards for cafe

Murray Quad chellenge is back on in November

The much anticipated Murray Quadrathon has been rescheduled ...

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Murray Quad chellenge is back on in November

Kids show creative talents

Colourful creations were on the cards last week at the Baroo ...

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Kids show creative talents
  • New Lions president

    New Lions president LACHLAN SHARP | Katamatite Lions Club held its 42nd annual handover dinner at the Boosey Creek Tavern on July 13.
  • Back-to-back excellence awards for cafe

    Back-to-back excellence awards for cafe LACHLAN SHARP | Strathmerton’s Cafe3641 has been recognised for excellence in food and service, taking out the Shepparton Beer and Beef Club’s annual award for the second year in a row.
  • Murray Quad chellenge is back on in November

    Murray Quad chellenge is back on in November LACHLAN SHARP | The much anticipated Murray Quadrathon has been rescheduled to November 19 after it was cancelled in March due to an ongoing blue-green algae alert.
  • Kids show creative talents

    Kids show creative talents JENNA BISHOP | Colourful creations were on the cards last week at the Barooga Library as dozens of children tried their hands at terracotta craft.
  • Christmas in July will help dairy farmers

    Christmas in July will help dairy farmers LACHLAN SHARP | Everyone should prepare themselves for a feast as Christmas will be arriving early in Katamatite in just a few short weeks.
  • Rotary club’s big night

    Rotary club’s big night Local paramedic Bert Orr was inducted as the 2016-17 Rotary Club of Cobram president at the club’s 62nd annual changeover dinner on June 29 at Cobram Barooga Golf Club.
  • Help pets find a forever home

    Help pets find a forever home JENNA BISHOP | At the Moira Shire Council pound, there are dozens of potential pets waiting for a new home. In a new campaign, the Courier is encouraging people to consider picking a pet from the pound for thier new family addition.
  • Bank’s birthday party

    Bank’s birthday party JENNA BISHOP | One of Cobram’s long-serving businesses has recognised a special milestone, with the Cobram Bendigo Bank celebrating its 30th birthday.
  • Athletes off to Taiwan

    Athletes off to Taiwan SOPHIE BURGE | A team of 20 athletes from Berrigan Shire are counting down the few days left until they leave for Taipei, Taiwan, to compete in the 50th International Children’s Games.
  • Woolies celebrates relaunch

    Woolies celebrates relaunch JENNA BISHOP | A large chocolate cake was the centrepiece of celebrations for staff and customers last Wednesday as Cobram Woolworths relaunched the store after months of extensive renovation as part of an $8.5million redevelopment.
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