Finding the right direction
‘‘Trust in the Lord with all your heart, on your own intelligence do not rely; In all your ways be mindful of him, and he will make straight your paths.’’ Proverbs 3:5-6.
At Deniliquin High School students build their educational pathway with the guidance of highly qualified and supportive staff.
Assumption College Kilmore strives to be “an inclusive and transformative Marist community”, inspiring its members “to shape the future with audacity and hope”.
South West Music Regional Conservatorium is Deniliquin’s leading music education and performance hub.
It may not be the first thing you think of when preparing for the chaotic period at the start of the school term, but Dr Oliver Croke from N8 Health is calling on all parents to ensure they consider the weight of their child’s backpack.
Deniliquin Newsagency & Bookstore caters for all students with a huge range of school supplies available in store.
There’s more to getting the kids ready to head back to school than purchasing books and other stationary.
Technology plays a large role in a modern education, and picking the right computer or device before heading back to the classroom is important.
Duncan Hughes and Elena Mulham have shared honours as the best sports performers at Deniliquin High School in 2018.
When Moulamein’s Narelle Whitham founded her Art Relief program, its aim was to share with others how being creative helped improve her own mental health.
The Barham Boardwalk Committee has been recognised for its hard work and ‘‘immeasurable contribution’’ to the local community via the development of the boardwalk, and named as Murray River Council’s Community Group of the Year for 2019.
Described as an ‘‘inspirational role model for young people’’ who has shown maturity above his years and ‘‘outstanding community leadership across the local area’’, it’s no wonder Wakool’s Leonard McClay has been named Murray River Council’s Young Citizen of the Year.
‘‘When you live in a place almost all your life, you get a bit of a connection to it.’’
HOLIDAY-MAKERS in Echuca-Moama have been left with a bad taste in their mouth as gastro continues to sweep through caravan and holiday parks along the Murray River.
A PIECE of Australian motoring history has been stolen from Castlemaine and been reported being driven through Rochester and headed for Echuca. The mint condition, all original, blue and white 1963 EJ Holden special was stolen from the side of the...
A search has resumed for former Shepparton mother Felicity Shadbolt, who went missing while bushwalking in Western Australia’s Pilbara region.