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Strathmerton is on the move 

AGRICULTURE Minister Jaala Pulford checked out an Australian-first industrial sized worm farm, that will convert waste water to usable irrigation water.

Ms Pullford took a tour of the newly opened $8.6m Booth Transport hub in Strathmerton last week.

Around a tonne of worms are currently in maternity beds to develop immunity, before they can convert around 300,000 litres of waste water a day, in what will be a $4m project.

MHA Care’s funding reprieve 

MOIRA health providers are breathing a sigh of relief after Moira Shire backflipped on a decision to cut $50,000 out of its annual budget.

MHA Care board members were furious about the proposed cuts, that meant it would have to slash services to the shire’s most vulnerable people.


Mulwala surges past Purples

NATHALIA’S unbeaten run in the 2017 MFL season came to an end on Saturday when Mulwala kicked a goal after the siren to defeat the two time defending premier.

The Purples led by more than three goals at the final change and became the heavy favourite in the contest when a Mulwala player was sent from the field midway through the final term.

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