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Ladies who brunch

The Numurkah Pink Ribbon Brunch gets bigger and better each year, and this year has raised more than $22,000 for breat cancer research, taking its seven year total to more than $80,000.

NUMURKAH’S seventh annual pink ribbon brunch was held on Sunday, with 315 ladies gathering in the town hall for fine food, excellent company and a good cause.

The event, which was hosted by comedian and television host Jo Stanley, raised close to $23,000 for breast cancer research - almost $5,000 more than last year.

Nathalia’s Remax best in Victoria

NATHALIA’S Remax Products has been announced as the winner of the 2018 Regional Development Victoria Business Achievement Award.

The award, which is designed to encourage, acknowledge and reward the valuable contributions businesses are making throughout regional and rural Victoria, was presented to Remax at a ceremony in Melbourne on October 26.


Bombers grab first win

WAAIA has celebrated its first Hasiman Shield victory following the club’s seven wicket A grade win over Old Students at Waaia on Saturday.

Old Students won the toss and elected to bat, but faced problems from the get-go, thanks to great bowling from Jesse Trower and Mitch Cleeland.

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