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Peltzer wins again to earn spring campaign - Cobram Courier

Peltzer wins again to earn spring campaign - Cobram Courier

Trainer Gerald Ryan will resist a Group One temptation in Brisbane and focus on the spring with unbeaten colt Peltzer following his easy Randwick win. Read full article: Peltzer wins again to earn spring campai...→

Peltzer wins again to earn spring campaign - Cobram Courier

Peltzer wins again to earn spring campaign - Cobram Courier

Trainer Gerald Ryan will resist a Group One temptation in Brisbane and focus on the spring with unbeaten colt Peltzer following his easy Randwick win. Read full article: Peltzer wins again to earn spring campai...→

Peltzer wins again to earn spring campaign - Riverine Herald

Peltzer wins again to earn spring campaign - Riverine Herald

Trainer Gerald Ryan will resist a Group One temptation in Brisbane and focus on the spring with unbeaten colt Peltzer following his easy Randwick win. Read full article: Peltzer wins again to earn spring campai...→

Man shot by police 'wanted to be a martyr' - Cobram Courier

Man shot by police 'wanted to be a martyr' - Cobram Courier

Dramatic footage of a man being shot by police, after he threatened to chop officers' heads off and saying he wanted to be a martyr, has been shown in court. Read full article: Man shot by police 'wanted to be a marty...→

Man who freed whale calf escapes fine - Cobram Courier

Man who freed whale calf escapes fine - Cobram Courier

The man who freed a whale calf from shark nets on the Gold Coast has been issued a formal warning over the rescue, but escaped fines of up to $26,900. Read full article: Man who freed whale calf escapes fine - ...→

SA woman's death 'distressing': commission - Cobram Courier

SA woman's death 'distressing': commission - Cobram Courier

The royal commissioner leading the inquiry into the treatment of the disabled has called the death of a South Australian woman deeply distressing. Read full article: SA woman's death 'distressing': commissi...→

Pavlou walks from UQ disciplinary hearing - Cobram Courier

Pavlou walks from UQ disciplinary hearing - Cobram Courier

Student activist Drew Pavlou says he expects to be expelled from the University of Queensland after walking out on a disciplinary hearing at the institution. Read full article: Pavlou walks from UQ disciplinary hearin...→

Aust welcomes global COVID-19 inquiry - Cobram Courier

Aust welcomes global COVID-19 inquiry - Cobram Courier

An impending World Health Organisation investigation into the COVID-19 outbreak has a clear mandate to find the source of the infection, Australia says. Read full article: Aust welcomes global COVID-19 inquiry - ...→

Valley Sports to hold online workshops for district clubs - Cobram Courier

Valley Sports to hold online workshops for district clubs - Cobram Courier

Valley Sport is looking to help sporting clubs from across the Goulburn Valley in the following weeks. Sporting clubs will have the chance to take part in onli [...] Read full article: Valley Sports to hold online workshops f...→

Short AFL build-up concerns Lions captain - Cobram Courier

Short AFL build-up concerns Lions captain - Cobram Courier

Brisbane Lions captain Dayne Zorko admits the increased risk of injury that will come with having just three weeks to prepare for the AFL's return is a concern [...] Read full article: Short AFL build-up concerns Lions captai...→

Rochester Secondary students send love and pictures to REDHS residents - Cobram Courier

ROCHESTER Secondary College visual arts and photography students have been exploring their own backyards and making artworks, and sharing them with the wider c [...] Read full article: Rochester Secondary students send love a...→

Deni sheep sale - Cobram Courier

Deni sheep sale - Cobram Courier

It was a smaller yarding at the fortnightly Deniliquin Sheep Sale on Tuesday, with limited lamb and sheep numbers remaining in the area for trading this autumn [...] Read full article: Deni sheep sale - Cobram Courier...→

Tas set for big economic decline, deficit - Cobram Courier

Tas set for big economic decline, deficit - Cobram Courier

Treasury figures paint a bleak picture for Tasmania this financial year, with the state's budget heading from a slim surplus to a $700 million deficit. Read full article: Tas set for big economic decline, defici...→

Farmer to speak about climate change for Shepparton group - Cobram Courier

Farmer to speak about climate change for Shepparton group - Cobram Courier

A farmer from far-western NSW with an acute understanding of the climate crisis and how it impacts on those who work the land will be a guest at an upcoming me [...] Read full article: Farmer to speak about climate change for...→

Behemoth out to go one better in Goodwood - Cobram Courier

Behemoth out to go one better in Goodwood - Cobram Courier

Last year's runner-up Behemoth is set for another crack at the Group One Goodwood at Morphettville against a quality field of sprinters. Read full article: Behemoth out to go one better in Goodwoo...→

US urges doctors to report syndrome cases - Cobram Courier

US urges doctors to report syndrome cases - Cobram Courier

US scientists are investigating an inflammatory syndrome associated with exposure to COVID-19 that has stricken children in Italy, Spain, the UK and US. Read full article: US urges doctors to report syndrome case...→

No additional cases locally - Cobram Courier

No additional cases locally - Cobram Courier

As of 1pm Wednesday, May 13 all cases in both the Moira Shire and Federation Council area have recovered with the area and wider region not reporting a new cas [...] Read full article: No additional cases locally - Cobram Cou...→

St Joseph's Primary School pays it forward to hospital - Cobram Courier

St Joseph's Primary School pays it forward to hospital - Cobram Courier

St Joseph's Primary School celebrated its patron day earlier this month by giving back to healthcare workers. Principal Lucy Keath said on the last day of term [...] Read full article: St Joseph's Primary School pays it forwa...→

Hundreds complete island quarantine in WA - Cobram Courier

Hundreds complete island quarantine in WA - Cobram Courier

A group of more than 200 returned travellers from South Africa will return to Western Australia's mainland after 14 days in quarantine on Rottnest Island. Read full article: Hundreds complete island quarantine in W...→

NSW government wants MP pay rise freeze - Cobram Courier

NSW government wants MP pay rise freeze - Cobram Courier

The NSW government wants to freeze pay rises for MPs as the state continues to grapple with the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read full article: NSW government wants MP pay rise freeze ...→

One-eyed blinker for Hezafox at Flemington - Cobram Courier

One-eyed blinker for Hezafox at Flemington - Cobram Courier

In a bid to get Hezafox to race straight and true late in his races, trainer Greg Eurell has applied a one-eyed blinker to his race gear at Flemington. Read full article: One-eyed blinker for Hezafox at Flemingt...→

Kementari ready for comeback win: Cummings - Cobram Courier

Kementari ready for comeback win: Cummings - Cobram Courier

Godolphin's head trainer James Cummings is confident Kementari is ready to win his first race in two years in the Victory Stakes at Eagle Farm. Read full article: Kementari ready for comeback win: Cummin...→

Romancer set for return race at Flemington - Cobram Courier

Romancer set for return race at Flemington - Cobram Courier

Trainer Grahame Begg is looking forward to a winter racing program with Romancer who makes his return in the Listed Straight Six at Flemington. Read full article: Romancer set for return race at Flemingt...→

Unis asked for international student plans - Cobram Courier

Unis asked for international student plans - Cobram Courier

The federal government will consider university plans to bring back international students as long as they can quarantine them properly. Read full article: Unis asked for international student pla...→

Kelly and Nathan Bignell help Marj Coulter avoid dangerous house fire - Cobram Courier

Kelly and Nathan Bignell help Marj Coulter avoid dangerous house fire - Cobram Courier

Kelly Bignell and her son Nathan definitely wouldn't consider themselves heroes. But they no doubt saved Cobram's Marj Coulter from what could've been a disast [...] Read full article: Kelly and Nathan Bignell help Marj Coult...→

Moroney considers Harlech for Aust spring - Cobram Courier

Moroney considers Harlech for Aust spring - Cobram Courier

Trainer Mike Moroney has spring ambitions for Tofane, Buffalo River and Aktau while he is also looking to bring sprinter-miler Harlech across from New Zealand. Read full article: Moroney considers Harlech for Aust sprin...→

Italy death toll lowest since March 9 - Cobram Courier

Italy death toll lowest since March 9 - Cobram Courier

Italian health officials say 125,176 people have recovered from the coronavirus in the country against 122,810 a day earlier. Read full article: Italy death toll lowest since March 9 - ...→

Urge for caution in light of new Vic cases - Cobram Courier

Urge for caution in light of new Vic cases - Cobram Courier

As Victoria's COVID-19 cases rise and people enjoy social visits, the state's Chief Health Officer has urged vigilance. Read full article: Urge for caution in light of new Vic cas...→

Waugh rues another wide gate for Trumbull - Cobram Courier

Waugh rues another wide gate for Trumbull - Cobram Courier

Trainer Kim Waugh cannot fault the efforts of Trumbull this preparation but she says wide barriers have impacted on some of his results. Read full article: Waugh rues another wide gate for Trumbul...→

JobKeeper anomalies show a need for tweaks - Cobram Courier

JobKeeper anomalies show a need for tweaks - Cobram Courier

Issues have been raised about the design of the JobKeeper wage subsidy scheme, with some people getting too much money, while others in need get nothing. Read full article: JobKeeper anomalies show a need for twea...→

Macca's right to your door - Cobram Courier

Macca's right to your door - Cobram Courier

McDonald’s and Menulog have teamed up to bring delivery to Seymour. Maccas will be using Menulog’s ‘self-delivery’ option, which enables restaurants to use the [...] Read full article: Macca's right to your door - Cobram Cour...→

NSW pubs and clubs to open for dining - Cobram Courier

NSW pubs and clubs to open for dining - Cobram Courier

NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet has confirmed pubs and clubs will be able to open for food service as the state continues to loosen COVID-19 restrictions. Read full article: NSW pubs and clubs to open for dining - ...→

Easing restrictions welcomed - Cobram Courier

Easing restrictions welcomed - Cobram Courier

The start of easing restrictions by Federal and State Governments related to the COVID-19 pandemic have been welcomed throughout the Federation Council and Ind [...] Read full article: Easing restrictions welcomed - Cobram Co...→

Berrigan Shire beautification continues - Cobram Courier

Berrigan Shire beautification continues - Cobram Courier

Berrigan and Barooga will continue to get a facelift in the coming months. The improvements will be a part of the continued town beautification works. As part [...] Read full article: Berrigan Shire beautification continues ...→

Alleged Sydney wife killer to face court - Cobram Courier

Alleged Sydney wife killer to face court - Cobram Courier

A man accused of stabbing his wife to death was living in the couple's Sydney home at the time despite being subjected to a DV order. Read full article: Alleged Sydney wife killer to face court...→

Rotary continues despite challenges - Cobram Courier

Rotary continues despite challenges - Cobram Courier

The Rotary Club of Seymour is continuing its support of the community despite the COVID-19 pandemic. The club is involved in several initiatives to support the [...] Read full article: Rotary continues despite challenges - Co...→

Planning for hospitality reopening - Cobram Courier

Planning for hospitality reopening - Cobram Courier

Continuing low numbers of community transmission of COVID-19 in Victoria and the high rates of testing have allowed cafes, restaurants, pubs and other hospital [...] Read full article: Planning for hospitality reopening - Cob...→

Additional support for CanAssist - Cobram Courier

Additional support for CanAssist - Cobram Courier

Deniliquin’s CanAssist branch has been gifted $1500 to help support local cancer patients and their families, thanks to the Deniliquin Antique Vehicle Club. Cl [...] Read full article: Additional support for CanAssist - Cobra...→

After six decades in the industry, this dairy farmer is going out on top - Cobram Courier

After six decades in the industry, this dairy farmer is going out on top - Cobram Courier

THE SIX decades Bernie McManus has spent in the dairy industry might be coming to an end but the 73-year-old is certainly going out on top. His Bercar Jersey h [...] Read full article: After six decades in the industry, this ...→

Local tourism need help to recover - Cobram Courier

Local tourism need help to recover - Cobram Courier

Our local tourism businesses will need a bold vision for recovery to secure jobs and bring visitors back to the north-east as coronavirus restrictions are ease [...] Read full article: Local tourism need help to recover - Cob...→

Bigger fires scorch Vic more often: study - Cobram Courier

Bigger fires scorch Vic more often: study - Cobram Courier

Victoria is increasingly being razed by bushfires and across larger areas, according to fresh research that calls for an overhaul of land management policies. Read full article: Bigger fires scorch Vic more often: stud...→

WA family murder accused to stand trial - Cobram Courier

WA family murder accused to stand trial - Cobram Courier

Teancum Vernon Petersen-Crofts is expected to stand trial later this year charged with murdering his mum, brother and sister in Western Australia. Read full article: WA family murder accused to stand trial ...→

COVID cases in NY from people leaving home - Cobram Courier

COVID cases in NY from people leaving home - Cobram Courier

New York is hiring thousands of workers to trace the contacts of people who test positive for the coronavirus in order to limit further outbreaks. Read full article: COVID cases in NY from people leaving ho...→

SA woman dies in 'disgusting' conditions - Cobram Courier

SA woman dies in 'disgusting' conditions - Cobram Courier

A manslaughter investigation has been launched after an Adelaide woman, who suffered from cerebral palsy, died from illnesses developed while in full-time care [...] Read full article: SA woman dies in 'disgusting' conditions...→

One-punch NSW killer spared jail time - Cobram Courier

One-punch NSW killer spared jail time - Cobram Courier

A remorseful pizza shop owner has received a community penalty for fatally punching a man outside a NSW Central Coast pub. Read full article: One-punch NSW killer spared jail time - ...→

WA man wins retrial over lover's murder - Cobram Courier

WA man wins retrial over lover's murder - Cobram Courier

A WA man who has spent more than a decade in jail for the 2007 murder of a woman pregnant with his child has won his appeal against conviction. Read full article: WA man wins retrial over lover's murder ...→

BuzzFeed to end Australian and UK output - Cobram Courier

BuzzFeed to end Australian and UK output - Cobram Courier

Website BuzzFeed says it will end its Australian and UK news production to focus on US coverage. Read full article: BuzzFeed to end Australian and UK output...→

Qld government moves to buy Virgin stake - Cobram Courier

Qld government moves to buy Virgin stake - Cobram Courier

A state-owned funds management group has been appointed to coordinate Queensland's bid for a stake in Virgin Airlines, Treasurer Cameron Dick says. Read full article: Qld government moves to buy Virgin stake...→

Stockland cautious about market recovery - Cobram Courier

Stockland cautious about market recovery - Cobram Courier

Australia's largest residential developer Stockland says enquiries are up as the coronavirus crisis eases but it's still too early to identify clear trends. Read full article: Stockland cautious about market recovery...→

Govt weighs mental health impact of virus - Cobram Courier

Govt weighs mental health impact of virus - Cobram Courier

The federal government is expected to appoint Associate Professor Ruth Vine to plan the mental health response to the coronavirus pandemic. Read full article: Govt weighs mental health impact of viru...→

Peltzer wins again to earn spring campaign - Riverine Herald

Peltzer wins again to earn spring campaign - Riverine Herald

Trainer Gerald Ryan will resist a Group One temptation in Brisbane and focus on the spring with unbeaten colt Peltzer following his easy Randwick win. Read full article: Peltzer wins again to earn spring campai...→

Alleged Sydney wife killer to face court - Cobram Courier

Alleged Sydney wife killer to face court - Cobram Courier

A man accused of stabbing his wife to death was living in the couple's Sydney home at the time despite being subjected to a DV order. Read full article: Alleged Sydney wife killer to face court...→

One-eyed blinker for Hezafox at Flemington - Cobram Courier

One-eyed blinker for Hezafox at Flemington - Cobram Courier

In a bid to get Hezafox to race straight and true late in his races, trainer Greg Eurell has applied a one-eyed blinker to his race gear at Flemington. Read full article: One-eyed blinker for Hezafox at Flemingt...→

Man who freed whale calf escapes fine - Cobram Courier

Man who freed whale calf escapes fine - Cobram Courier

The man who freed a whale calf from shark nets on the Gold Coast has been issued a formal warning over the rescue, but escaped fines of up to $26,900. Read full article: Man who freed whale calf escapes fine - ...→

Planning for hospitality reopening - Cobram Courier

Planning for hospitality reopening - Cobram Courier

Continuing low numbers of community transmission of COVID-19 in Victoria and the high rates of testing have allowed cafes, restaurants, pubs and other hospital [...] Read full article: Planning for hospitality reopening - Cob...→

Romancer set for return race at Flemington - Cobram Courier

Romancer set for return race at Flemington - Cobram Courier

Trainer Grahame Begg is looking forward to a winter racing program with Romancer who makes his return in the Listed Straight Six at Flemington. Read full article: Romancer set for return race at Flemingt...→

Pavlou walks from UQ disciplinary hearing - Cobram Courier

Pavlou walks from UQ disciplinary hearing - Cobram Courier

Student activist Drew Pavlou says he expects to be expelled from the University of Queensland after walking out on a disciplinary hearing at the institution. Read full article: Pavlou walks from UQ disciplinary hearin...→

After six decades in the industry, this dairy farmer is going out on top - Cobram Courier

After six decades in the industry, this dairy farmer is going out on top - Cobram Courier

THE SIX decades Bernie McManus has spent in the dairy industry might be coming to an end but the 73-year-old is certainly going out on top. His Bercar Jersey h [...] Read full article: After six decades in the industry, this ...→

Kelly and Nathan Bignell help Marj Coulter avoid dangerous house fire - Cobram Courier

Kelly and Nathan Bignell help Marj Coulter avoid dangerous house fire - Cobram Courier

Kelly Bignell and her son Nathan definitely wouldn't consider themselves heroes. But they no doubt saved Cobram's Marj Coulter from what could've been a disast [...] Read full article: Kelly and Nathan Bignell help Marj Coult...→

Valley Sports to hold online workshops for district clubs - Cobram Courier

Valley Sports to hold online workshops for district clubs - Cobram Courier

Valley Sport is looking to help sporting clubs from across the Goulburn Valley in the following weeks. Sporting clubs will have the chance to take part in onli [...] Read full article: Valley Sports to hold online workshops f...→

Bigger fires scorch Vic more often: study - Cobram Courier

Bigger fires scorch Vic more often: study - Cobram Courier

Victoria is increasingly being razed by bushfires and across larger areas, according to fresh research that calls for an overhaul of land management policies. Read full article: Bigger fires scorch Vic more often: stud...→

Moroney considers Harlech for Aust spring - Cobram Courier

Moroney considers Harlech for Aust spring - Cobram Courier

Trainer Mike Moroney has spring ambitions for Tofane, Buffalo River and Aktau while he is also looking to bring sprinter-miler Harlech across from New Zealand. Read full article: Moroney considers Harlech for Aust sprin...→

Rochester Secondary students send love and pictures to REDHS residents - Cobram Courier

ROCHESTER Secondary College visual arts and photography students have been exploring their own backyards and making artworks, and sharing them with the wider c [...] Read full article: Rochester Secondary students send love a...→

COVID cases in NY from people leaving home - Cobram Courier

COVID cases in NY from people leaving home - Cobram Courier

New York is hiring thousands of workers to trace the contacts of people who test positive for the coronavirus in order to limit further outbreaks. Read full article: COVID cases in NY from people leaving ho...→

Urge for caution in light of new Vic cases - Cobram Courier

Urge for caution in light of new Vic cases - Cobram Courier

As Victoria's COVID-19 cases rise and people enjoy social visits, the state's Chief Health Officer has urged vigilance. Read full article: Urge for caution in light of new Vic cas...→

Tas set for big economic decline, deficit - Cobram Courier

Tas set for big economic decline, deficit - Cobram Courier

Treasury figures paint a bleak picture for Tasmania this financial year, with the state's budget heading from a slim surplus to a $700 million deficit. Read full article: Tas set for big economic decline, defici...→

One-punch NSW killer spared jail time - Cobram Courier

One-punch NSW killer spared jail time - Cobram Courier

A remorseful pizza shop owner has received a community penalty for fatally punching a man outside a NSW Central Coast pub. Read full article: One-punch NSW killer spared jail time - ...→

JobKeeper anomalies show a need for tweaks - Cobram Courier

JobKeeper anomalies show a need for tweaks - Cobram Courier

Issues have been raised about the design of the JobKeeper wage subsidy scheme, with some people getting too much money, while others in need get nothing. Read full article: JobKeeper anomalies show a need for twea...→

Behemoth out to go one better in Goodwood - Cobram Courier

Behemoth out to go one better in Goodwood - Cobram Courier

Last year's runner-up Behemoth is set for another crack at the Group One Goodwood at Morphettville against a quality field of sprinters. Read full article: Behemoth out to go one better in Goodwoo...→

BuzzFeed to end Australian and UK output - Cobram Courier

BuzzFeed to end Australian and UK output - Cobram Courier

Website BuzzFeed says it will end its Australian and UK news production to focus on US coverage. Read full article: BuzzFeed to end Australian and UK output...→

NSW pubs and clubs to open for dining - Cobram Courier

NSW pubs and clubs to open for dining - Cobram Courier

NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet has confirmed pubs and clubs will be able to open for food service as the state continues to loosen COVID-19 restrictions. Read full article: NSW pubs and clubs to open for dining - ...→

No additional cases locally - Cobram Courier

No additional cases locally - Cobram Courier

As of 1pm Wednesday, May 13 all cases in both the Moira Shire and Federation Council area have recovered with the area and wider region not reporting a new cas [...] Read full article: No additional cases locally - Cobram Cou...→

Stockland cautious about market recovery - Cobram Courier

Stockland cautious about market recovery - Cobram Courier

Australia's largest residential developer Stockland says enquiries are up as the coronavirus crisis eases but it's still too early to identify clear trends. Read full article: Stockland cautious about market recovery...→

Berrigan Shire beautification continues - Cobram Courier

Berrigan Shire beautification continues - Cobram Courier

Berrigan and Barooga will continue to get a facelift in the coming months. The improvements will be a part of the continued town beautification works. As part [...] Read full article: Berrigan Shire beautification continues ...→

Hundreds complete island quarantine in WA - Cobram Courier

Hundreds complete island quarantine in WA - Cobram Courier

A group of more than 200 returned travellers from South Africa will return to Western Australia's mainland after 14 days in quarantine on Rottnest Island. Read full article: Hundreds complete island quarantine in W...→

NSW government wants MP pay rise freeze - Cobram Courier

NSW government wants MP pay rise freeze - Cobram Courier

The NSW government wants to freeze pay rises for MPs as the state continues to grapple with the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read full article: NSW government wants MP pay rise freeze ...→

Man shot by police 'wanted to be a martyr' - Cobram Courier

Man shot by police 'wanted to be a martyr' - Cobram Courier

Dramatic footage of a man being shot by police, after he threatened to chop officers' heads off and saying he wanted to be a martyr, has been shown in court. Read full article: Man shot by police 'wanted to be a marty...→

Rotary continues despite challenges - Cobram Courier

Rotary continues despite challenges - Cobram Courier

The Rotary Club of Seymour is continuing its support of the community despite the COVID-19 pandemic. The club is involved in several initiatives to support the [...] Read full article: Rotary continues despite challenges - Co...→

Kementari ready for comeback win: Cummings - Cobram Courier

Kementari ready for comeback win: Cummings - Cobram Courier

Godolphin's head trainer James Cummings is confident Kementari is ready to win his first race in two years in the Victory Stakes at Eagle Farm. Read full article: Kementari ready for comeback win: Cummin...→

SA woman's death 'distressing': commission - Cobram Courier

SA woman's death 'distressing': commission - Cobram Courier

The royal commissioner leading the inquiry into the treatment of the disabled has called the death of a South Australian woman deeply distressing. Read full article: SA woman's death 'distressing': commissi...→

Additional support for CanAssist - Cobram Courier

Additional support for CanAssist - Cobram Courier

Deniliquin’s CanAssist branch has been gifted $1500 to help support local cancer patients and their families, thanks to the Deniliquin Antique Vehicle Club. Cl [...] Read full article: Additional support for CanAssist - Cobra...→

Unis asked for international student plans - Cobram Courier

Unis asked for international student plans - Cobram Courier

The federal government will consider university plans to bring back international students as long as they can quarantine them properly. Read full article: Unis asked for international student pla...→

Aust welcomes global COVID-19 inquiry - Cobram Courier

Aust welcomes global COVID-19 inquiry - Cobram Courier

An impending World Health Organisation investigation into the COVID-19 outbreak has a clear mandate to find the source of the infection, Australia says. Read full article: Aust welcomes global COVID-19 inquiry - ...→

Local tourism need help to recover - Cobram Courier

Local tourism need help to recover - Cobram Courier

Our local tourism businesses will need a bold vision for recovery to secure jobs and bring visitors back to the north-east as coronavirus restrictions are ease [...] Read full article: Local tourism need help to recover - Cob...→

Short AFL build-up concerns Lions captain - Cobram Courier

Short AFL build-up concerns Lions captain - Cobram Courier

Brisbane Lions captain Dayne Zorko admits the increased risk of injury that will come with having just three weeks to prepare for the AFL's return is a concern [...] Read full article: Short AFL build-up concerns Lions captai...→

WA family murder accused to stand trial - Cobram Courier

WA family murder accused to stand trial - Cobram Courier

Teancum Vernon Petersen-Crofts is expected to stand trial later this year charged with murdering his mum, brother and sister in Western Australia. Read full article: WA family murder accused to stand trial ...→

Italy death toll lowest since March 9 - Cobram Courier

Italy death toll lowest since March 9 - Cobram Courier

Italian health officials say 125,176 people have recovered from the coronavirus in the country against 122,810 a day earlier. Read full article: Italy death toll lowest since March 9 - ...→

Deni sheep sale - Cobram Courier

Deni sheep sale - Cobram Courier

It was a smaller yarding at the fortnightly Deniliquin Sheep Sale on Tuesday, with limited lamb and sheep numbers remaining in the area for trading this autumn [...] Read full article: Deni sheep sale - Cobram Courier...→

SA woman dies in 'disgusting' conditions - Cobram Courier

SA woman dies in 'disgusting' conditions - Cobram Courier

A manslaughter investigation has been launched after an Adelaide woman, who suffered from cerebral palsy, died from illnesses developed while in full-time care [...] Read full article: SA woman dies in 'disgusting' conditions...→

Waugh rues another wide gate for Trumbull - Cobram Courier

Waugh rues another wide gate for Trumbull - Cobram Courier

Trainer Kim Waugh cannot fault the efforts of Trumbull this preparation but she says wide barriers have impacted on some of his results. Read full article: Waugh rues another wide gate for Trumbul...→

Farmer to speak about climate change for Shepparton group - Cobram Courier

Farmer to speak about climate change for Shepparton group - Cobram Courier

A farmer from far-western NSW with an acute understanding of the climate crisis and how it impacts on those who work the land will be a guest at an upcoming me [...] Read full article: Farmer to speak about climate change for...→

WA man wins retrial over lover's murder - Cobram Courier

WA man wins retrial over lover's murder - Cobram Courier

A WA man who has spent more than a decade in jail for the 2007 murder of a woman pregnant with his child has won his appeal against conviction. Read full article: WA man wins retrial over lover's murder ...→

Macca's right to your door - Cobram Courier

Macca's right to your door - Cobram Courier

McDonald’s and Menulog have teamed up to bring delivery to Seymour. Maccas will be using Menulog’s ‘self-delivery’ option, which enables restaurants to use the [...] Read full article: Macca's right to your door - Cobram Cour...→

US urges doctors to report syndrome cases - Cobram Courier

US urges doctors to report syndrome cases - Cobram Courier

US scientists are investigating an inflammatory syndrome associated with exposure to COVID-19 that has stricken children in Italy, Spain, the UK and US. Read full article: US urges doctors to report syndrome case...→

Qld government moves to buy Virgin stake - Cobram Courier

Qld government moves to buy Virgin stake - Cobram Courier

A state-owned funds management group has been appointed to coordinate Queensland's bid for a stake in Virgin Airlines, Treasurer Cameron Dick says. Read full article: Qld government moves to buy Virgin stake...→

Easing restrictions welcomed - Cobram Courier

Easing restrictions welcomed - Cobram Courier

The start of easing restrictions by Federal and State Governments related to the COVID-19 pandemic have been welcomed throughout the Federation Council and Ind [...] Read full article: Easing restrictions welcomed - Cobram Co...→

St Joseph's Primary School pays it forward to hospital - Cobram Courier

St Joseph's Primary School pays it forward to hospital - Cobram Courier

St Joseph's Primary School celebrated its patron day earlier this month by giving back to healthcare workers. Principal Lucy Keath said on the last day of term [...] Read full article: St Joseph's Primary School pays it forwa...→

Govt weighs mental health impact of virus - Cobram Courier

Govt weighs mental health impact of virus - Cobram Courier

The federal government is expected to appoint Associate Professor Ruth Vine to plan the mental health response to the coronavirus pandemic. Read full article: Govt weighs mental health impact of viru...→

Peltzer wins again to earn spring campaign - Riverine Herald

Peltzer wins again to earn spring campaign - Riverine Herald

Trainer Gerald Ryan will resist a Group One temptation in Brisbane and focus on the spring with unbeaten colt Peltzer following his easy Randwick win. Read full article: Peltzer wins again to earn spring campai...→

NSW government wants MP pay rise freeze - Cobram Courier

NSW government wants MP pay rise freeze - Cobram Courier

The NSW government wants to freeze pay rises for MPs as the state continues to grapple with the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read full article: NSW government wants MP pay rise freeze ...→

Alleged Sydney wife killer to face court - Cobram Courier

Alleged Sydney wife killer to face court - Cobram Courier

A man accused of stabbing his wife to death was living in the couple's Sydney home at the time despite being subjected to a DV order. Read full article: Alleged Sydney wife killer to face court...→

Man shot by police 'wanted to be a martyr' - Cobram Courier

Man shot by police 'wanted to be a martyr' - Cobram Courier

Dramatic footage of a man being shot by police, after he threatened to chop officers' heads off and saying he wanted to be a martyr, has been shown in court. Read full article: Man shot by police 'wanted to be a marty...→

One-eyed blinker for Hezafox at Flemington - Cobram Courier

One-eyed blinker for Hezafox at Flemington - Cobram Courier

In a bid to get Hezafox to race straight and true late in his races, trainer Greg Eurell has applied a one-eyed blinker to his race gear at Flemington. Read full article: One-eyed blinker for Hezafox at Flemingt...→

Rotary continues despite challenges - Cobram Courier

Rotary continues despite challenges - Cobram Courier

The Rotary Club of Seymour is continuing its support of the community despite the COVID-19 pandemic. The club is involved in several initiatives to support the [...] Read full article: Rotary continues despite challenges - Co...→

Man who freed whale calf escapes fine - Cobram Courier

Man who freed whale calf escapes fine - Cobram Courier

The man who freed a whale calf from shark nets on the Gold Coast has been issued a formal warning over the rescue, but escaped fines of up to $26,900. Read full article: Man who freed whale calf escapes fine - ...→

Kementari ready for comeback win: Cummings - Cobram Courier

Kementari ready for comeback win: Cummings - Cobram Courier

Godolphin's head trainer James Cummings is confident Kementari is ready to win his first race in two years in the Victory Stakes at Eagle Farm. Read full article: Kementari ready for comeback win: Cummin...→

Planning for hospitality reopening - Cobram Courier

Planning for hospitality reopening - Cobram Courier

Continuing low numbers of community transmission of COVID-19 in Victoria and the high rates of testing have allowed cafes, restaurants, pubs and other hospital [...] Read full article: Planning for hospitality reopening - Cob...→

SA woman's death 'distressing': commission - Cobram Courier

SA woman's death 'distressing': commission - Cobram Courier

The royal commissioner leading the inquiry into the treatment of the disabled has called the death of a South Australian woman deeply distressing. Read full article: SA woman's death 'distressing': commissi...→

Romancer set for return race at Flemington - Cobram Courier

Romancer set for return race at Flemington - Cobram Courier

Trainer Grahame Begg is looking forward to a winter racing program with Romancer who makes his return in the Listed Straight Six at Flemington. Read full article: Romancer set for return race at Flemingt...→

Additional support for CanAssist - Cobram Courier

Additional support for CanAssist - Cobram Courier

Deniliquin’s CanAssist branch has been gifted $1500 to help support local cancer patients and their families, thanks to the Deniliquin Antique Vehicle Club. Cl [...] Read full article: Additional support for CanAssist - Cobra...→

Pavlou walks from UQ disciplinary hearing - Cobram Courier

Pavlou walks from UQ disciplinary hearing - Cobram Courier

Student activist Drew Pavlou says he expects to be expelled from the University of Queensland after walking out on a disciplinary hearing at the institution. Read full article: Pavlou walks from UQ disciplinary hearin...→

Unis asked for international student plans - Cobram Courier

Unis asked for international student plans - Cobram Courier

The federal government will consider university plans to bring back international students as long as they can quarantine them properly. Read full article: Unis asked for international student pla...→

After six decades in the industry, this dairy farmer is going out on top - Cobram Courier

After six decades in the industry, this dairy farmer is going out on top - Cobram Courier

THE SIX decades Bernie McManus has spent in the dairy industry might be coming to an end but the 73-year-old is certainly going out on top. His Bercar Jersey h [...] Read full article: After six decades in the industry, this ...→

Aust welcomes global COVID-19 inquiry - Cobram Courier

Aust welcomes global COVID-19 inquiry - Cobram Courier

An impending World Health Organisation investigation into the COVID-19 outbreak has a clear mandate to find the source of the infection, Australia says. Read full article: Aust welcomes global COVID-19 inquiry - ...→

Kelly and Nathan Bignell help Marj Coulter avoid dangerous house fire - Cobram Courier

Kelly and Nathan Bignell help Marj Coulter avoid dangerous house fire - Cobram Courier

Kelly Bignell and her son Nathan definitely wouldn't consider themselves heroes. But they no doubt saved Cobram's Marj Coulter from what could've been a disast [...] Read full article: Kelly and Nathan Bignell help Marj Coult...→

Local tourism need help to recover - Cobram Courier

Local tourism need help to recover - Cobram Courier

Our local tourism businesses will need a bold vision for recovery to secure jobs and bring visitors back to the north-east as coronavirus restrictions are ease [...] Read full article: Local tourism need help to recover - Cob...→

Valley Sports to hold online workshops for district clubs - Cobram Courier

Valley Sports to hold online workshops for district clubs - Cobram Courier

Valley Sport is looking to help sporting clubs from across the Goulburn Valley in the following weeks. Sporting clubs will have the chance to take part in onli [...] Read full article: Valley Sports to hold online workshops f...→

Bigger fires scorch Vic more often: study - Cobram Courier

Bigger fires scorch Vic more often: study - Cobram Courier

Victoria is increasingly being razed by bushfires and across larger areas, according to fresh research that calls for an overhaul of land management policies. Read full article: Bigger fires scorch Vic more often: stud...→

Short AFL build-up concerns Lions captain - Cobram Courier

Short AFL build-up concerns Lions captain - Cobram Courier

Brisbane Lions captain Dayne Zorko admits the increased risk of injury that will come with having just three weeks to prepare for the AFL's return is a concern [...] Read full article: Short AFL build-up concerns Lions captai...→

Moroney considers Harlech for Aust spring - Cobram Courier

Moroney considers Harlech for Aust spring - Cobram Courier

Trainer Mike Moroney has spring ambitions for Tofane, Buffalo River and Aktau while he is also looking to bring sprinter-miler Harlech across from New Zealand. Read full article: Moroney considers Harlech for Aust sprin...→

WA family murder accused to stand trial - Cobram Courier

WA family murder accused to stand trial - Cobram Courier

Teancum Vernon Petersen-Crofts is expected to stand trial later this year charged with murdering his mum, brother and sister in Western Australia. Read full article: WA family murder accused to stand trial ...→

Rochester Secondary students send love and pictures to REDHS residents - Cobram Courier

ROCHESTER Secondary College visual arts and photography students have been exploring their own backyards and making artworks, and sharing them with the wider c [...] Read full article: Rochester Secondary students send love a...→

Italy death toll lowest since March 9 - Cobram Courier

Italy death toll lowest since March 9 - Cobram Courier

Italian health officials say 125,176 people have recovered from the coronavirus in the country against 122,810 a day earlier. Read full article: Italy death toll lowest since March 9 - ...→

COVID cases in NY from people leaving home - Cobram Courier

COVID cases in NY from people leaving home - Cobram Courier

New York is hiring thousands of workers to trace the contacts of people who test positive for the coronavirus in order to limit further outbreaks. Read full article: COVID cases in NY from people leaving ho...→

Deni sheep sale - Cobram Courier

Deni sheep sale - Cobram Courier

It was a smaller yarding at the fortnightly Deniliquin Sheep Sale on Tuesday, with limited lamb and sheep numbers remaining in the area for trading this autumn [...] Read full article: Deni sheep sale - Cobram Courier...→

Urge for caution in light of new Vic cases - Cobram Courier

Urge for caution in light of new Vic cases - Cobram Courier

As Victoria's COVID-19 cases rise and people enjoy social visits, the state's Chief Health Officer has urged vigilance. Read full article: Urge for caution in light of new Vic cas...→

SA woman dies in 'disgusting' conditions - Cobram Courier

SA woman dies in 'disgusting' conditions - Cobram Courier

A manslaughter investigation has been launched after an Adelaide woman, who suffered from cerebral palsy, died from illnesses developed while in full-time care [...] Read full article: SA woman dies in 'disgusting' conditions...→

Tas set for big economic decline, deficit - Cobram Courier

Tas set for big economic decline, deficit - Cobram Courier

Treasury figures paint a bleak picture for Tasmania this financial year, with the state's budget heading from a slim surplus to a $700 million deficit. Read full article: Tas set for big economic decline, defici...→

Waugh rues another wide gate for Trumbull - Cobram Courier

Waugh rues another wide gate for Trumbull - Cobram Courier

Trainer Kim Waugh cannot fault the efforts of Trumbull this preparation but she says wide barriers have impacted on some of his results. Read full article: Waugh rues another wide gate for Trumbul...→

One-punch NSW killer spared jail time - Cobram Courier

One-punch NSW killer spared jail time - Cobram Courier

A remorseful pizza shop owner has received a community penalty for fatally punching a man outside a NSW Central Coast pub. Read full article: One-punch NSW killer spared jail time - ...→

Farmer to speak about climate change for Shepparton group - Cobram Courier

Farmer to speak about climate change for Shepparton group - Cobram Courier

A farmer from far-western NSW with an acute understanding of the climate crisis and how it impacts on those who work the land will be a guest at an upcoming me [...] Read full article: Farmer to speak about climate change for...→

JobKeeper anomalies show a need for tweaks - Cobram Courier

JobKeeper anomalies show a need for tweaks - Cobram Courier

Issues have been raised about the design of the JobKeeper wage subsidy scheme, with some people getting too much money, while others in need get nothing. Read full article: JobKeeper anomalies show a need for twea...→

WA man wins retrial over lover's murder - Cobram Courier

WA man wins retrial over lover's murder - Cobram Courier

A WA man who has spent more than a decade in jail for the 2007 murder of a woman pregnant with his child has won his appeal against conviction. Read full article: WA man wins retrial over lover's murder ...→

Behemoth out to go one better in Goodwood - Cobram Courier

Behemoth out to go one better in Goodwood - Cobram Courier

Last year's runner-up Behemoth is set for another crack at the Group One Goodwood at Morphettville against a quality field of sprinters. Read full article: Behemoth out to go one better in Goodwoo...→

Macca's right to your door - Cobram Courier

Macca's right to your door - Cobram Courier

McDonald’s and Menulog have teamed up to bring delivery to Seymour. Maccas will be using Menulog’s ‘self-delivery’ option, which enables restaurants to use the [...] Read full article: Macca's right to your door - Cobram Cour...→

BuzzFeed to end Australian and UK output - Cobram Courier

BuzzFeed to end Australian and UK output - Cobram Courier

Website BuzzFeed says it will end its Australian and UK news production to focus on US coverage. Read full article: BuzzFeed to end Australian and UK output...→

US urges doctors to report syndrome cases - Cobram Courier

US urges doctors to report syndrome cases - Cobram Courier

US scientists are investigating an inflammatory syndrome associated with exposure to COVID-19 that has stricken children in Italy, Spain, the UK and US. Read full article: US urges doctors to report syndrome case...→

NSW pubs and clubs to open for dining - Cobram Courier

NSW pubs and clubs to open for dining - Cobram Courier

NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet has confirmed pubs and clubs will be able to open for food service as the state continues to loosen COVID-19 restrictions. Read full article: NSW pubs and clubs to open for dining - ...→

Qld government moves to buy Virgin stake - Cobram Courier

Qld government moves to buy Virgin stake - Cobram Courier

A state-owned funds management group has been appointed to coordinate Queensland's bid for a stake in Virgin Airlines, Treasurer Cameron Dick says. Read full article: Qld government moves to buy Virgin stake...→

No additional cases locally - Cobram Courier

No additional cases locally - Cobram Courier

As of 1pm Wednesday, May 13 all cases in both the Moira Shire and Federation Council area have recovered with the area and wider region not reporting a new cas [...] Read full article: No additional cases locally - Cobram Cou...→

Easing restrictions welcomed - Cobram Courier

Easing restrictions welcomed - Cobram Courier

The start of easing restrictions by Federal and State Governments related to the COVID-19 pandemic have been welcomed throughout the Federation Council and Ind [...] Read full article: Easing restrictions welcomed - Cobram Co...→

Stockland cautious about market recovery - Cobram Courier

Stockland cautious about market recovery - Cobram Courier

Australia's largest residential developer Stockland says enquiries are up as the coronavirus crisis eases but it's still too early to identify clear trends. Read full article: Stockland cautious about market recovery...→

St Joseph's Primary School pays it forward to hospital - Cobram Courier

St Joseph's Primary School pays it forward to hospital - Cobram Courier

St Joseph's Primary School celebrated its patron day earlier this month by giving back to healthcare workers. Principal Lucy Keath said on the last day of term [...] Read full article: St Joseph's Primary School pays it forwa...→

Berrigan Shire beautification continues - Cobram Courier

Berrigan Shire beautification continues - Cobram Courier

Berrigan and Barooga will continue to get a facelift in the coming months. The improvements will be a part of the continued town beautification works. As part [...] Read full article: Berrigan Shire beautification continues ...→

Govt weighs mental health impact of virus - Cobram Courier

Govt weighs mental health impact of virus - Cobram Courier

The federal government is expected to appoint Associate Professor Ruth Vine to plan the mental health response to the coronavirus pandemic. Read full article: Govt weighs mental health impact of viru...→

Hundreds complete island quarantine in WA - Cobram Courier

Hundreds complete island quarantine in WA - Cobram Courier

A group of more than 200 returned travellers from South Africa will return to Western Australia's mainland after 14 days in quarantine on Rottnest Island. Read full article: Hundreds complete island quarantine in W...→