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Wednesday, March 20, 2019
Double last year's attendance bodes well for charity day on the greensPublished by Emma Horn
Tearing up the greens for a good cause.
Influenza outbreak prompts warning for town's elderlyPublished by Jody Lindbeck
"If you have a fever, cough or runny nose please postpone visiting elderly relatives un...
Law firm seeks to compensate victims of former Junee teacherPublished by Emma Horn
Commins Hendriks Solicitors intend to bring a case of vicarious liability against the N...
Margaret Belling's more than 40 years of service to Junee High SchoolPublished by Emma Horn
A year after she finished high school, she went back. And she has never left.
Thursday, March 14, 2019
Meet the candidates for the Cootamundra state electionPublished by Emma Horn
Six candidates have entered the fold, representing a mix of major and minor parties.
Wednesday, March 13, 2019
Council loses oval funding after failure to meet deadlinePublished by Emma Horn
"It made sense that we would be able to sacrifice the $70,000 for the larger amounts."
Junee join the sea of rainbow coloursPublished
"Everyone is just raving about how good and friendly it was and there were no incidents...
Tuesday, March 12, 2019
Riders relay through town to end global polioPublished by Emma Horn
"They rode so others could walk, polio is only a plane ride away."
Wednesday, March 6, 2019
Former deputy PM calls for Junee rail to be election focusPublished by Emma Horn
"Everyone seems to have gone to sleep on the issue."
Region's top showgirls brought together in JuneePublished by Emma Horn
40+ photos from the weekend's night of deportment.
Tuesday, March 5, 2019
Four up for Riverina District Police Officer of the YearPublished
Glen Fanning is up for the volunteer honour once again.
School's history to remain after name change debatePublished by Jessica Mclaughlin
Saints' namesakes defeat plans of changing to nuns and ex-landowners
Thursday, February 28, 2019
Town to highlight contributions of its women with celebrationPublished by Emma Horn
Wednesday, February 27, 2019
Junee riders to join 1600km trip to end global polioPublished by Emma Horn
The trip will run from Griffith, through to Oberon and Bathurst and back to Griffith.
Junee women take region's top award for agriculturePublished
The Riverina Department of Primary Industries honours its top women.