Triple M GV 95.3 Local News Thur Dec 14

Libby Doyle tops HSC

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Crime investigators are seeking information about a suspicious fire at Koyuga that burnt six hectares of paddock.

The blaze tore through several bits of land on Monday destroying fencing for a nearby farm off McKenzie Road.

Police have been told a male in his mid-20s was seen in the area at the time of the incident - driving a dark coloured ute, with a matching canopy and p-plates.

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Significant water savings are expected in the region in coming month's - with Goulburn Murray Water installing 19 Kms of pipelines in the Irrigation District.

Works are currently underway around Rochester - Torrumbarry and the Murray Valley - including the upgrading of meters and regulators.

A Connections project spokesperson says to reach water savings targets, works will be carried out year-round.

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Meantime North East Water's switched on a 1.5 million dollar water pipeline - to provide Goorambat residents a more reliable water supply.

An 11 Kms underground pipe has been fitted out - linking the township to Yarrawonga's Water supply.

Managing Director Craig Heiner says nearly 70 homes and businesses will benefit from the investment.

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The Echuca Back 9 Golf Course will be closing as of January 30.

The Bendigo Regional YMCA have informed Campaspe Shire they can no longer operate the facility - which they've been in charge of since 1999.

CAMPASPE Mayor Adrian Weston saying the Council isn't in a position to continue operations of the course either.

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HSC results come out North of the Border this morning.

Moama Anglican Grammar's Libby Doyle topped the state - achieving the highest mark in the Community and Family Studies subject.

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Nagambie's secured the World Parachutists Over 40 Championships, which will be held in April next year.

The State Government's chipping in $20 thousand to help SkyDive Nagambie attract thousands of competitors and spectators from April 19 to 28.

This event has never been held before in Victoria.

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