Hume power station use faces review
New Zealand's Trustpower has bought the station and four other NSW-owned hydro and wind generators from Green State Power for $72.2 million.
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First Aust dead of WWI go on roll
ALMOST 100 years after the start of World War I, the names of the first Australian dead of the Great War have been added to the war memorial's commemorative roll.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
New dairy season dawns to similar prices
The new season features an array of offers for farmers in a bid to simplify the industry's complex pricing structure.
Opening milk prices out
Murray Goulburn and Fonterra have both announced opening milk prices for the next season, with the Victorian-based co-operative leading by about 20A /kg milk solids.
Australian High Country Raptors
Australian High Country Raptors covers raptor species that regularly breed in the high country above 600 metres, from Goulburn in New South Wales down to the hills outside Melbourne, Victoria.
Sun Jun 29, 2014
Can't Stop The Bleeding
Australia's NRL : Forever Scolding Bubblers
With apologies to West Ham United for the above headline, some you might recall a Vice item from earlier this month that alleged the practice of urinating into one's own mouth, dubbed "bubbling", was a full-blown craze within the Australian skating community .
Fri Jun 27, 2014
GALLERY: Southern Inlands this week | June 27
The week in review through the camera lens, from Fairfax newspapers across the NSW Southern Inlands for the week ending Friday June 27, 2014.
Thu Jun 26, 2014
Devondale Murray Goulburn Eyes Asian Markets With $127 Million...
Dairy foods producer Devondale Murray Goulburn Co-operative Limited plans to invest AU$127 million in capital upgrades, to be split across three existing facilities in Victoria and Tasmania.
Wed Jun 25, 2014
Raw milk prices ease match the slide in global dairy trade
The two dairy giants, Murray Goulburn and Fonterra have both opened strongly, with record prices starting next week, .
Tue Jun 24, 2014
Shepparton News Online
Speak out for Peter Greste
People in the Goulburn Valley with connections to Peter Greste have echoed the worldwide condemnation over the journalist's jail sentence.
Wed Jun 18, 2014
Australian dairy industry to 'look north and go north'
"Look north and go north" is the mantra of Australia's largest dairy food company and China, in particular, is "the game".
The view behind a childrens TV news institution
An ABC children's TV institution spent a morning in the chilly waters of Albury-Wodonga's Wonga Wetlands this week.
Tue Jun 17, 2014
Sydney Morning Herald
MP in a muddle over Medicare exemption
MP Angus Taylor told his constituents co-payments will not apply to those who cannot afford to pay.
Mon Jun 16, 2014
Regenerate to flourish, land pioneer says
Historic farm practices have wrecked the Australian landscape but introduced plants can help in its recovery, controversial farmer Peter Andrews said at Goulburn Murray Landcare's annual farm forum in Kialla last Wednesday.