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Below are the latest news headlines for Monday 17 June 2019.

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NSW Budget submission

The NSW Business Chamber has issued its wish list for the State Budget on Tuesday June 18.

The Chamber’s Riverina-Murray Regional Manager Andrew Cottrill says major issues are payroll tax and infrastructure.

Maxwell: Regional transport is an issue

The member for Northern Victoria, Tania Maxwell has come out in criticism of regional spending by the Andrews Government sighting transport as a major issue.

It has come as a result of debate in the Legislative Council on a public transport motion which was moved by Rodney Barton of the Transport Matters Party.

Ms. Maxwell says she is sure the government are happy with their budgeting but it seems the rural centres of Victoria have missed out.

Murray landholders hope for basin action

Murray system landholders have invited Labor’s Shadow Water Minister Terri Butler to visit the area, and see the problems facing producers.

Speak Up spokesperson Shelley Scoullar says former Minister Tony Burke, refused to acknowledge the failures of the Basin Plan.

Victoria caravan laws changing

The Residential Tenancies Regulations affecting the operation of Caravan Parks in Victoria is about to change, given the regulations are considered unfair by some operators.

MP Tim McCurdy is asking all users and operators alike to go to the government website and review the proposed changes before it is too late, and changes are made.

You can make a submission by visiting

Central Murray Football League Round Eight review

Koondrook/Barham defeated Mallee Eagles in Round Eight of the Central Murray Football League at the weekend,13.9.87 to 10.10.70.

Taking place at Lalbert Recreation Reserve, Koondrook/Barham were able to get out to an early lead and extend it to 51 points by half time.

The Eagles fought back, cutting the lead to 45 at three quarter time and outscoring their opposition 29 to 1 in the final quarter, but it wasn't enough.

With the win Koondrook/Barham maintain top spot and the Eagles are in eighth.

In other results, Cohuna Kangas defeated lake Boga 17.15.117 to 7.1.43, Kerang fell to Balranald 15.7.97 to 7.8.50, Tyntynder got a victory over Nyah Nyah West United 10.13.73 to 8.8.56 and Swan Hill were defeated by Woorinen 21.13.139 to 11.5.71.

Golden Rivers Football League Round Eight review

Round Eight of the Golden Rivers Football League has seen Ultima take a win over Hay at the weekend, 15.11.101 to 12.14.86.

The game was close throughout, with only one point separating the two teams at half-time. Ultima began to pull away and Hay could not respond falling by 15 points.

With their seventh win of the season, Ultima maintain top spot on the ladder. Hay are in fourth position.

In other games, Wandella won over Moulamein 16.17.113 to 6.8.44, Nullawil defeated Quambatook 29.19.193 to 1.4.10 and Macorna fell to Murrabit 18.5.113 to 11.8. 74.

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