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Wednesday, August 7, 2019
Mary the queen of the marketsPublished by Talia Pattison
For more than three decades, the Yanco markets have been co-ordinated by Mary Stevenson.
Monday, August 5, 2019
Reluctant heroes: Barellan pair recall their part in plane rescuePublished
To this day, the pair believe they aren't heroes when they recall the 1943 incident.
Thursday, August 1, 2019
Mammoth effort to conquer extreme Swiss triathlonPublished by Talia Pattison
Leeton's Matt Watson was the only Aussie to compete in and finish the extreme race.
New Murrami facility promises economic boostPublished by Talia Pattison
The organic processing facility is estimated to be a $750,000 a year business.
Wednesday, July 31, 2019
Huge project will save course thousandsPublished by Talia Pattison
The new irrigation system will cost about $750,000, but a special fund will cover the c...
Tuesday, July 30, 2019
Fact-finding mission for Roxy's work teamPublished by Talia Pattison
The project's architect and project manager were in town this week.
Death anniversary a reminder of pioneer's contributionPublished by Talia Pattison
Sir Samuel McCaughey is known as the "father of irrigation".
Thursday, July 25, 2019
Pollies at loggerheads over autopsy solutionsPublished by Talia Pattison
A debate over how to handle the state's autopsy crisis has broken out between the pair.
Tallis set to take the field for NSWPublished by Talia Pattison
Tallis McMillan is ready to represent his state.
Wednesday, July 24, 2019
Society stalwart creates own historyPublished by Talia Pattison
Leeton's Wendy Senti has been honoured for her years of hard work.
Tuesday, July 23, 2019
Broadbent clocks up 300th for CrowsPublished by Talia Pattison
In reality, the number is probably much as a result of her time playing with the Leeton...
Monday, July 22, 2019
Flu cases continuing to climb in Leeton, wider MIAPublished by Talia Pattison
The number of people who have been diagnosed with the flu in the MIA continues to rise.
Friday, July 19, 2019
Burgeoning doctor given a helping handPublished by Talia Pattison
Sally is in her fourth year of studying medicine with the University of NSW.
Thursday, July 18, 2019
Students mix it with best at state levelPublished by Talia Pattison
The Leeton Public School students showed excellent sporting prowess.
External factors have no real influencePublished by Talia Pattison
Leeton's property market remains in a good position.
Wednesday, July 17, 2019
Hodge prepares for milestone with CrowsPublished by Talia Pattison
Leeton-Whitton will fancy their chances against MCUE.
Out of the house and into holiday funPublished by Talia Pattison
A jam-packed calendar of holiday fun is almost finished.
Tuesday, July 16, 2019
Calls grow for festival to be annual fixturePublished by Talia Pattison
The positive feedback is growing following the 2019 Australian Art Deco Festival Leeton.
Unique stories help make festival a hit | Photos, VideoPublished by Talia Pattison
If you dug a little deeper or had a chat with some of the visitors, there were many int...
Thursday, July 11, 2019
Baking passion leads to war on waste through bookPublished by Talia Pattison
The book outlines all the ways to stop wasting bread.
AFL dream could soon be a realityPublished by Talia Pattison
Leeton's Cooper Sharman has a real shot at being drafted to the AFL.
Wednesday, July 10, 2019
Winding back the clock for shire's national festivalPublished by Talia Pattison
The 2019 Australian Art Deco Festival Leeton will be held throughout the shire from Jul...
Leeton's firies back again for brutal climbPublished by Talia Pattison
Five Leeton firies are in training for the gruelling climb which raises funds for MND r...
Tuesday, July 9, 2019
Yanco club takes a step towards stabilityPublished by Talia Pattison
Joe Lico is lending a hand as a consultant at Yanco All-Servicemen's Club.
Thursday, July 4, 2019
Member wants real action on autopsy processPublished by Talia Pattison
The long wait times are causing extra stress for bereaved families.
Community joins as one to 'give a voice'Published by Talia Pattison
NAIDOC Week was officially launched in Leeton on Thursday morning.
Wednesday, July 3, 2019
Art Deco style in LeetonPublished
Tuesday, July 2, 2019
Op shop vents frustration after theftPublished by Talia Pattison
The camera was stolen recently.
Leeton sides all set for state titlesPublished by Talia Pattison
The teams are off to Sydney this weekend.
Thursday, June 27, 2019
Tough times for shire's homeless communityPublished by Talia Pattison
The Salvation Army also relies on the community's donations of blankets, jackets and ot...