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Time to turn up for a good cause

THERE is one thing more than any other that makes the difference to the final tally of Numurkah’s Good Friday Appeal - the number of volunteers.

Peter Bilston from Numurkah CFA brigade - who is once again coordinating this year’s door knocking event in the town - said that it ultimately comes down to a numbers game.

Barmah brumby strategy anger

PETER Newman, president of the Barmah Forest Preservation League, is very clear on one thing - no way will he be letting anyone shoot brumbies in the Barmah Forest.

“I will fight it all the way. I will do whatever I have to make sure it doesn’t happen,” he said.

Like others opposed to the recently released draft strategy that proposes the total removal of brumbies from the forest, Mr  Newman says the brumbies have earned their right to be there.

 

Bulldogs trounce Swans

ALL four of Strathmerton’s sides overcame Katunga on Saturday, but it was the senior side that came away with the biggest win of the day.

The Bulldogs never looked back from a 16 point quarter time lead, kicking away to a 50 point away triumph in round two of the 2019 Picola and District Football League season.


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