Lifestyle

No-one gets it right all of the time

“THE greatest cause for atheism in the world today is Christians, who acknowledge Jesus with their lips and walk out the door and deny Him by their lifestyle.. “That is what an unbelieving world simply finds unbelievable

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Riverine Herald
Jul 21 2017
Lifestyle

Art that is as tough as old denim

DENIM, denim and more denim.. This is the theme of the Tuesday Junction Art Group’s annual exhibition set to take place over the Winter Blues Festival weekend at The Foundry Arts Space.. Echuca Moama Arts Initiative’s Bronwyn Beer said

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Riverine Herald
Jul 21 2017
Lifestyle

EARS a lesson about rescuing our animals

ECHUCA Animal Rescue Service has a new focus — to educate the community.. Following the group’s annual general meeting last week, president Joan Pettigrew said the main focus would be rescuing and ‘‘carefully and

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Riverine Herald
Jul 21 2017
Lifestyle

Peppy puppy Percy looking for a home

PEPPY Percy, this week’s feature dog, is a sparky stray looking for his forever family.. He is a six-month-old Bull Arab mixed breed and has only been up for adoption since Wednesday this week.. As he is so young Percy will definitely be in

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Riverine Herald
Jul 21 2017
Lifestyle

Temperatures back to...

ECHUCA War Memorial Aquatic Centre is back to its normal temperature after Monday’s storm damaged the boilers.. Learn-to-swim classes and the aqua program had to be cancelled for three days until the pool returned to its operating temperature

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Riverine Herald
Jul 21 2017
Lifestyle

Cashing in on...

THE beginning of July saw the changes to the first home owner grant (FHOG) in regional Victoria come into place, but what does this mean for every day Australians?. For Chris Ryan, who is about to become an Echuca-Moama local, the doubling of the

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Riverine Herald
Jul 20 2017
Lifestyle

Echuca-Moama White...

ECHUCA-MOAMA residents are being called on to connect with their neighbours to help prevent violence against women in time for White Ribbon Night next Friday, July 28.. This year’s event is focused on strengthening community relationships and

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Riverine Herald
Jul 20 2017
Lifestyle

There’s lots of fun on the run

IT IS never too late to start running and to give it a go.. That was the message that came out of last weekend’s Fun Run on the Fairways at Rich River Golf Club.. The event saw Andrew Guy, 40 (top), and his housemate David McHardy, 58 achieve

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Riverine Herald
Jul 20 2017
Lifestyle

Money to boost regional growth

NSW MEMBER for Murray Adrian Piccoli is encouraging local council and the community to nominate community infrastructure projects for funding.. The NSW Government’s first round of the Stronger Country Communities Fund has opened and is

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Riverine Herald
Jul 19 2017
Lifestyle

You can have your cake and eat it too

VICTORY was sweet for Cara Haley on Sunday when her cake won the Echuca Library’s ‘Food for Thought Book Club’ competition.. The criteria for entering was to ‘create a cake, or plate of food, inspired by a book’ &mdash

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Riverine Herald
Jul 19 2017
Lifestyle

Let’s be safe on our...

THE 19th annual Rochester Farm and Road Safety Expo is just around the corner.. The event run by the Rotary Club of Rochester first came about when a need for farm safety was identified in 1999 and 19 years later the safety of the community is still

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Riverine Herald
Jul 18 2017
Lifestyle

Hello dolly, well...

THE annual Echuca Moama Doll Show and competition is just a few weeks away.. Running from 9.30am to 4pm on Saturday July 29 at the Anglican Church Hall High Street Echuca entry is $5 for adults, $4.50 for concession holders and $2 children over six

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Riverine Herald
Jul 17 2017
Lifestyle

$50 Million OZ Lotto....

OZ Lotto players across the twin towns will be scrambling to get their hands on a ticket in Tuesday’s draw, with the jackpot climbing to $50 million.. This is the highest it has climbed in almost two years and all you have to do is pick the

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Riverine Herald
Jul 17 2017
Lifestyle

Here’s something to get steamed up about

ARE YOU faster than a paddlesteamer?. Entries for the 20 year anniversary of the Echuca-Moama Sweat v Steam are now open with the race, set to be run on Sunday, October 8, just three months away.. The region’s ultimate test of man (and woman)

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Jessica Gledh...
Jul 17 2017
Lifestyle

Winter parkrun heating up

DUST off your runners and rug up for the weekly Echuca-Moama parkrun on Saturday.. Going into its 11th week the run is free and everyone can participate — you don’t have to be a runner.. Walk, run, take your dog or push a pram, it is

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Riverine Herald
Jul 17 2017
Lifestyle

Shane Alberni and his 1972 Holden HQ one-tonner with a 1948...

THE OWNER. COMING off a dairy farm, Shane Alberni either drove or rode most things growing up.. His first car was an XE Ford Falcon which is still on the farm.. Since then he has owned a HZ ute with a 253 motor in it and a variety of family cars

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Riverine Herald
Jul 15 2017
Lifestyle

DNA circa 2017 now as...

THERE’S no turning back now.. It might not have been as dramatic as having someone run a cotton bud around the inside of my cheek in a police interrogation room, or as frightening as a dirty great needle stuck in my arm in pursuit of some of

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Riverine Herald
Jul 15 2017
Lifestyle

I could be all yours

WHEN parents bring home their new little bundles of joy — you don’t expect the infant to have fur and a tail.. But true to form, if you bring home Kimmy, everybody will want cuddles.. Surrendered by her previous family, Kimmy is

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Riverine Herald
Jul 14 2017
Lifestyle

There’s no hill too...

FOR Phillip Rosenow, the man on a mission to travel Australia to raise awareness for organ transplants, “it’s all downhill from here’’.. The Echuca man riding across Australia has left the Northern Territory, where The Riv

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Jessica Lamb
Jul 13 2017
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