Recognise Jesus and pray for peace
Chocolate eggs, chickens, bunnies and bilbies and even a chocolate marshmallow dinosaur!
With the election campaign now in full swing the national focus is primarily on marginal seats.
In what ways are we encouraged and blessed by belonging to this community?
Watching the news last Friday and seeing the National Remembrance Service in Christchurch, I was very moved by the testimony of forgiveness of an elderly Muslim man Farid Ahmed whose wife Husna was killed in the terrorist attack.
Is it any wonder regional communities become frustrated with a bureaucracy that continues to hinder our efforts to progress?
On our front page today we have an unprecedented, impassioned plea for Prime Minister Scott Morrison to show an interest in the issues facing our region.
It’s Shrove Tuesday, known as Pancake Day. It is the commencement of Lent in our churches.
When it comes to organising events, Deniliquin punches well above our weight.
When my wife and I first arrived in Deni from Canada in 2003, we were introduced to something we had never heard of before: Vegemite!
There is a changing face in Australian politics, and the Deniliquin district could become part of the transformation in coming months.
What does the future hold for The Nationals and, in particular, their Member for Murray Austin Evans?
Shepparton Highway Patrol officers nabbed a driver allegedly travelling at 191km/h in Shepparton about 11.50pm last night. The 20-year-old probationary driver was detected in an 80km/h zone on Goulburn Valley Highway. The Shepparton man had his...
THE Northern Hwy is closed for a stretch between Heathcote and Tooborac, due to a multi-vehicle collision and grass fire. Those heading off for the long weekend should consider delaying their trip, or plan ahead to find an alternative route. Drivers...
A number of vehicles were stolen from a car dealership in Shepparton on Saturday morning.