It’s double the trouble at local schools, as not one but two sets of twins start their journey at big school this term.February 13, 2013 4:10am
The 2013 school year began in late January and we saw many new, eager faces across the Southern Riverina.
Among them were Ava and Georgia Belling and Jessica and Lachlan O’Dwyer.
The Belling twins join their brothers Callum (Year 1) and Riley (Year 5) at St Joseph’s Jerilderie, while the O’Dwyer twins attend Berrigan Public.
Both sets of twins are featured in today’s full-colour, seven page Our Kindies feature.
Kindies from 12 Southern Riverina schools feature in today’s print edition of the Southern Riverina News from pages 9 to 15. Participating schools come from Finley, Tocumwal, Jerilderie, Berrigan, Barooga, Savernake, Oaklands and Blighty.
As usual, photo packages can be purchased from the Southern Riverina News office. Contact Carol Kennedy for more information on 5883
The Bridge’s clothing store Revamp is calling for volunteers to help sort through its Christmas donations.
Police investigating a break and enter at a Mulwala club more than 10 years ago are renewing their appeal for public assistance by releasing an image of a person they believe has information to assist them.
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Former district resident and award-winning television producer Joanna Werner will no doubt be shopping for a glitzy gown ahead of the Emmy Awards in New York on February 20.
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Former Benalla footballer Tom Rockliff has been named captain of the Brisbane Lions Football Club.
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