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Power falls to flag favourite

Inaccurate kicking and the lack of score board pressure hurt ...

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Power falls to flag favourite

"We need to look past the battle itself" - Johnston

A record crowd of more than 600 people stood in silent refle ...

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"We need to look past the battle itself" - Johnston

House fires prompt renewed warning

Winter is prime time for house fires and Station Commander o ...

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House fires prompt renewed warning

"We won't tolerate drugs" - Police

The message couldn’t be clearer from local police following ...

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"We won't tolerate drugs" - Police
Corowa’s Madeleine Widdison was all smiles as she sat on the 80kg pile of pure aluminium ring pulls.

All heart for our Madeleine

Corowa’s Madeleine Widdison is your typical bubbly five year old and was all smiles and happiness as she sat in the...

Thursday, April 28, 2016

Power falls to flag favourite

Power falls to flag favourite

Inaccurate kicking and the lack of score board pressure hurt the Power in their 22 point loss to flag favourite Brock Burrum at Coreen.

Thursday, April 28, 2016

"We need to look past the battle itself" - Johnston

"We need to look past the battle itself" - Johnston
By Alannah Greenwood

A record crowd of more than 600 people stood in silent reflection as they listened to the Anzac Day address delivered by Corowa High School student Wil Johnston.

Thursday, April 28, 2016

House fires prompt renewed warning

House fires prompt renewed warning
By Alannah Greenwood

Winter is prime time for house fires and Station Commander of NSW Fire and Rescue Station 268 Corowa Lindsay Bush is urging local residents to check their winter fire safety plans following a spate of fire call outs in Corowa over the last week.

Thursday, April 28, 2016

"We won't tolerate drugs" - Police

"We won't tolerate drugs" - Police
By Alannah Greenwood

The message couldn’t be clearer from local police following raids on two properties in Corowa as part of Strike Force Hurford – drugs are not welcome in our community.

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

No points but positive signs for Roos

No points but positive signs for Roos

After last week's fantastic performance against league heavyweight Albury, what were the Roos going to dish up this week against Wodonga Raiders?

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Don't be complacent

Don't be complacent
By Alannah Greenwood

Summer may be over but residents throughout the region are reminded not to become complacent about fire restrictions and safety.

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Timing for mergers and elections

Timing for mergers and elections
By Robert Muir

Mergers of NSW councils are expected to be announced by the NSW Government in mid-2016.

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Corowa properties raided – Strike Force Hurford

Corowa properties raided – Strike Force Hurford

BREAKING NEWS Police have charged five people over alleged drug and weapon-related offences following a two-month investigation in Corowa and surrounding areas.

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Determined Roos earn respect

Determined Roos earn respect

Even the most optimistic would have expected league heavyweights Albury to easily account for the inexperienced Roos on the weekend.

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Sisters for Sisters are off and walking

Sisters for Sisters are off and walking
By Alannah Greenwood

Sisters Bev Juergens, Barb Kounis and Liz Chapman embarked on their 336km walk from Corowa to Ferntree Gully last Thursday to raise awareness for the Breast Cancer Network Australia.

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