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On the same page

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BIG DECISION: Councillors and staff at last week’s extraordinary meeting at the Roxy Theatre, where it was decided to fight to standalone. LEETON Shire Council mayor Paul Maytom is glad neighbouring councils have all decided to fight the state government on amalgamations.
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At an extraordinary meeting last Monday, councillors voted for Leeton shire to remain as a standalone entity.

Submissions to the state government on what direction each local government area in NSW wanted to take were due last week.

Those wanting to merge had to inform the government, while those hoping to standalone will now push to do so.

Since last week’s meeting, more than 200 letters from Leeton shire residents have been sent to Member for Murray and Minister for Education Adrian Piccoli to show their support for council’s decision.

Neighbouring shires such as Narrandera and Murrumbidgee also held extraordinary meetings that were well attended by community members and also decided they would fight to remain as they were.

Griffith also wishes to be a standalone council.

“It is a good thing that everyone seems to be on the same page,” councillor Maytom said.

“It’s certainly their prerogative to decide what way they want to go, but from our point of view it’s pleasing that everyone wants to fight this and try and head in the same direction.

“It’s only been all of a sudden that the word amalgamations has come into play, which is just ridiculous.

“While not every council in our region was deemed to be “fit for the future”, it doesn’t necessarily mean anything.

“These councils have shown they can be effective and sustainable.”

Cr Maytom was also concerned about possible joint organisations and how they would work.

“We definitely want to put out there that we are willing to work with our neighbours to be as effective and sustainable as possible,” he said.

“Already we share numerous resources, so we would be happy to work out how to do things even more efficiently.

“It’s just disappointing that everything continues to remain up in the air.”

Council is due to find out by the end of the year if the government will allow it to remain as a standalone entity.

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Stolen vehicle found in Horsham

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Police are appealing for information about the theft of an Ambulance Victoria community emergency response vehicle on Thursday. Picture: CONTRIBUTEDPOLICE are appealing for information after a stolen Ambulance Victoria emergency response vehicle was found in Delville Street, Horsham on Thursday.
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The 2011 white Nissan X-trail was stolen from the joint Country Fire Authority and ambulance station in Hawkesdale some time on Tuesday or Wednesday.

Warrnambool Crime Investigation Unit Detective Gary Greene said anyone with information should contact police.

“We are appealing for anyone who may have seen that vehicle, in particular in Delville Street,” he said.

“If they saw anyone walking from it, or in the vicinity, they can contact Crimestoppers.”

The car was clearly marked as a community emergency vehicle and had lights on the roof.

Det Greene said it was lucky nothing valuable was taken from the car.

“Police recovered the vehicle and it has since be returned,” he said.

“Fortunately there was no damage to the vehicle and nothing appears to be stolen.

“There were certainly items of value in it.”

Anyone who has information can call Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000 or Det Greene on 5560 1173.

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Wave belts ton

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CENTURY MAN: Ben Threlfall led the Western Waves to victory against Mallee Murray with an unbeaten 142 at Warracknabeal on Sunday.CAPTAIN Ben Threlfall fired off an unbeaten 142 in the Western Waves’11-run victory against Mallee Murray in the Victorian Country Cricket League Under 21 Regional competitionon Sunday.
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The West Warrnambool top-order bat followed up last week’s half-century with another commanding performanceto steer his side to a strong total at Warracknabeal.

The 19-year-old opener defended strongly in the early part of the Waves’ innings, contending with a soft wicket, but finished the day with 16 fours and five sixes as his sidefinished with 6-245.

“We knew that if we got through with the new ball, the runs would come later on,” Threlfallsaid.

“We were 2-40 off about 20 overs, so we started pretty slowly…(but) midway through the innings, Hamish Withers came in …and we got a little partnership together, and we started to get on top of the bowlers from there.

“The ground was short straight and longer wide, so we just backed ourselves to hit straight for our boundaries.”

The pair put on 72 for the third wicket, before Withers was caught on 29.

But Threlfall was able to keep the momentum going with number five batsmanSam Younghusband (32 runs),while Angus Uwland at number seven made a 30-run cameo as the Waves put on 96in the final 11 overs.

Mallee Murray started strongly in its chase,making 84 off the first 12 overs, despite Tyler Fowler taking two wickets during that period.

Horsham’sJosh Carroll was able to stem the flow a little.

But with Mallee Murray needing just 28 runs from the final seven overs with four wickets in hand, it was Uwland’s bowling at the death that secured the win for the Waves.

He took two of his four wickets in his second spell, leaving Mallee Murray stranded on 234 with three overs to spare.

Barwon, which was undefeated across both rounds, will represent the western part of the state in the final.

It will now takeon top eastern team Gippsland on December 13.

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Fun and games: sisters’ dress rehearsal for Orange Eight Day Games

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STRAIGHT AND NARROW: Sisters Rebecca Bryden and Natalie Clinghan bring some traditional archery to the Eight Day Games. Photo: DANIELLE CETINSK I 1121dc8day2WHILE competition was fierce during the final instalment of the Eight Day Gameson Saturday, competitors also took the opportunity to enjoy the event, in many cases in the company of their loved ones.
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Sisters Natalie Clinghan, 31 and Rebecca Bryden, 32, have competed in the games for the past three years, but they have turned up to the past two in fancy dress.

In keeping with Saturday’s activities of clay target shooting and archery, they arrived dressed as American Indians, complete with moccasins, although Ms Bryden’s steady hand during practice was much steadier than her arrow headband indicated.

“It’s just fun and we aren’t the most athletic people, so it gets us in the mood and we are crazy about dress-ups,” Ms Clinghan said.

Ms Clinghan joked she liked the cancellation of the athletics activities the most in favour of ball activities, but Ms Bryden said the event offered the opportunity to do something different.

SETTING THE TARGET: Father and son Lenny and Jono Punch practise their archery skills as part of the Eight Day Games. Photo: DANIELLE CETINSKI 1121dc8day5

“It makes you try sports you haven’t tried before or knew they existed in Orange,” she said.

In their 24th and 13th years in the competition respectively, father and son Lenny and Jono Punch are veterans of the event and took out the top places in the clay shooting stage.

Lenny, 55, said its spirit kept them coming back.

“It’s become a bit of a family and it’s also nice to get new competitors in the games,” he said.

Jono, 30, said he had his sights set on the top three after consistently ranking in the top five and winning the competition twice, while his father said he hoped for top 12.

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Social Networks: Christmas in the City

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Social Networks: Christmas in the City Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN
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Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Christmas in the City saw festive fans of all ages flock to Launceston’s CBD for the annual lighting of the Brisbane Street Mall Christmas tree. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

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