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Third housemate charged with murder

Murder accused Ronald Lyons, the third housemate to be charged with the murder of Kangaroo Flat woman Samantha Kelly in January. Picture: ADAM HOLMESUPDATE 10.45am, Tuesday:Ronald Lyons, 44, has appeared in the Swan Hill Magistrates’ Court charged with the murder of Samantha Kelly.
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Lyons appeared in custody, did not apply for bail and will re-appear in the Bendigo Magistrates’ Court on November 9.

His charge was upgraded to murder on Monday, after he had previously been charged with being an accessory to murder.

Lyons appeared in the Bendigo Magistrates’ Court earlier this month and left the court on bail, speaking with the media in front of court. He was interviewed by police on the weekend and had his charge upgraded.

Co-accused Christine Lyons, 45, was also charged with Ms Kelly’s murder after initially being charged with being an accessory to murder. She will appear at a committal hearing in Bendigo on January 9.

Peter James Arthur, 44, was the first of the three housemates to be charged with the alleged murder. Mr Arthur and Ms Lyons have remained in custody since Ms Kelly’s body was found in bushland in Shelbourne on February 12.

EARLIER, Monday:A thirdhousemate has been charged with the murder of Kangaroo Flat woman Samantha Kelly.

Ronald Lyons, 44,had his chargeupgraded on Mondayfrom accessory to murder to one count of murder.

Ms Kelly’s body was found in bushland at Shelbourne, about 20km south-west of Bendigo, on February 11.

Samantha Kelly

The 39-year-old was reported missing several weeks earlier.

Fellow housemates Peter James Arthur, 44, and Christine Ann Lyons, 45, have previously been charged with Ms Kelly’s murder.

In the Bendigo Magistrates’ Court in March, Ronald Lyons was granted bail to an address in Swan Hill.

Victoria Police confirmed on Monday evening thata further interview was conducted and Lyons’ charge upgraded to murder.

He is due to appear in Swan Hill Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday.

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Pat Verney awarded 10 year service badge

The Bi-monthly meeting of the Grenfell HospitalAuxiliary was held on Wednesday, September 21 in the Hospital (MPS) Leisure Room.
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Eleven members were in attendance, which was great considering the recent weather conditions and localised flooding,with apologies from 5 members.

President Glenice Clarkeconfirmed that there was no action as yet on the recent equipment purchases, as Karen Hancock was not present, the current report was not available for tabling.

President Glenice then advised members that there was an invite to the Bankstown Hospital Auxiliary AGM in Sydney.

Anybody wishing to attend should contact Glenice for further details, this should be an interesting an informative meeting.

Following the general business it waswith much pleasure that Mrs Pat Verney was awarded her 10 year membership badge, that was presented by the committee.

Pat was then was congratulated by all members present.

The next Hospital Auxiliary street stall is currently being organised forOctober 14.

Any generous donations of cooking or other salable goods would be gratefully appreciated.

The next meeting of the Grenfell Hospital Auxiliary will be heldNovember 16, 2016and new members are encouraged andwill be very welcome.

For any members of the community wishing to become involved,the Auxiliary meet every 3rd Wednesday of every secondmonth at the at 2pm in the Hospital Leisure Room.

For further inquiries regarding the Grenfell Hospital Auxiliaryplease contact President Glenice Clarke on 02 6343 1326.

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Making sale day easy

RamSelect Plus was recently launched at the Lambex conference in Albury, just in time for the 2016 ram selling season.
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RamSelect Plus is the latest version of the RamSelect tool, which was developed to simplify the ram purchasing process.

The main advantage of the web-based tool is that producers are able to utilise Australian Sheep Breeding Values when purchasing rams without having to fully understand all the ‘technical stuff’.

Australian Sheep Breeding Values are an estimate of an animal’s breeding value based on pedigree, performance recorded and DNA information.

The tool has been expanded to cover merino, terminal, maternal and dohne rams.Compared to the previous version, RamSelect Plus has a range of new features including:

More precise genetic selection tools (i.e. greater ability to ‘fine tune’ the traits you want to put emphasis on).Ability to customise and save your own breeding objective.Graphical display showing how a particular ram compares to industry averages.‘Ram team manager’ function. This enables you to store information about your current ram team and compare ram teams across years.One of the biggest advantages of RamSelect Plus is you can sort a ram catalogue based on your breeding objective – simply dial in what traits you are interested in (using the slider bars) and the rams are ranked in order from top to bottom.

You can then print this list off and take your ‘cheat sheet’ to sale day; reducing your workload and giving you more time to visually examine and assess your top picks.

While RamSelect Plus is a great tool for commercial producers, the downside is that not all stud producers upload their sale catalogues onto the RamSelect Plus database. Hopefully over time we will see more studs using the tool.For further information go to: 梧桐夜网ramselect南京夜网419论坛

VENDOR: Tom Brodrick from Bungendore with XB lambs, sold to a top of $169.20ph at SELX on September 14. Agent: MD & JJ Anderson.

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Successful switch at Duenclin

SALE SUMMARYWhite Suffolks 2016 2015Offered 105 100Sold 86 76Top $1600 $1200Av $834 $817A NEW era for the Duenclin White Suffolk and Prime SAMM stud was heralded with an increased clearance rate and increased average at their Perponda on-property auction last week.
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The stud’s main sale was previouslyheld at the Huxtable family’s Kaniva, Vic, property before the Border Leicester stud was dispersed, with Clinton continuing the operation in the Mallee.

Mr Huxtable was “absolutely rapt” with the result of the sale – the first held at Perponda since 2013.

“I didn’t expect to sell that many rams let alone get those sort of prices given our move from Kaniva,” he said.

“Wedecided we weren’tgetting out of sheep and wouldcontinue tobreedWhite Suffolks and SAMMs, so we’ve kept the sale going up here.”

There was a good buyer response, with new and existing clients lifting the White Suffolk clearance rate by four per cent on last year.

Overall, 85 of 106 White Suffolks sold to $1600, averaging $834, while 12 of 26 Prime SAMMs sold to $1300, averaging $850.

Topping the pick-of-the-pen sale were the first three lots, two of which were bought by Peter Leedham, Kalyan, at$1600.

Mr Leedham liked the size and early growth of the two 16-month-old rams, which will be joined to self-replacing Merino ewes.

Both rams were sired by Sunnybanks 5-13.

Lot 1 had a 15.3 kilogram post weaning weight, -0.6 post-weaning fat, 0.2mm post-weaning eye muscle depth, and rated 111 on the lamb 20/20 index.

Lot 4 had a 15kg pww, -1.1 pfat, 0.1mm pwemd and rated 110.9 on the lamb 20/20 index.

The other $1600 ram was bought by BJ&BG Pfeiffer, Parrakie, who took home four overall, averaging $1425.

GW&JM Flohr, Lameroo, were the sale’s volume buyers, with 24 White Suffolksto $900, averaging $717.

Rich Farming, Goroke, Vic, bought 12 rams to $900, averaging $775, whileDC Symonds, Karoonda, took five to $1000, averaging $920.

The two$1300 top price Prime SAMMS were bought by JJ&JG&HE Huxtable, Geranium.

Mr Huxtable said the stud had some clear breeding goals moving forward.

“We want to keep the length and keep the muscle, and maintain good growth rates,” he said.

–QUINTON McCALLUM PRIME PAIR: Duenclin principal Clinton Huxtable, buyer Peter Leedham and Elders Karoonda’s Chris Muenster with two of the three $1600 sale toppers.

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Rod rolled on his birthday, Greg Conkey new mayor of WaggaVideo, Photos

New mayor Greg Conkey Rod rolled on his birthday, Greg Conkey new mayor of Wagga | Video, Photos Wagga’s new council for the next four years. Vanessa Keenan, Dan Hayes, deputy mayor Dallas Tout, Tim Koschel, Paul Funnell, Yvonne Braid, Rod Kendall, mayor Greg Conkey OAM, Kerry Pascoe. Picture: Kieren L Tilly
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Mayor Greg Conkey. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

Deputy mayor Dallas Tout. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

Councillor Rod Kendall. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

Councillor Dan Hayes. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

Councillor Vanessa Keenan. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

Councillor Paul Funnell. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

Councillor Kerry Pascoe. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

Councillor Tim Koschel. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

Councillor Yvonne Braid. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

TweetFacebookWagga mayor Greg Conkey’s acceptance speechThe bloodless coup was executed on Sunday afternoon and by Monday morning Cr Conkey had the numbers sewn up.

The former journalist turned spin doctor claimed he and Rod Kendall “had a very friendly discussion” on Monday, in which he delivered the bad news.

“I have his full support and I really appreciate that,” Cr Conkey said.

In the course of frenzied negotiations on Sunday and Monday, Cr Conkey demanded Charles Sturt University finance manager Dallas Tout be reinstated as deputy mayor.

“I told them Dallas Tout as deputy was not negotiable,” Cr Conkey said.

Cr Conkey said he accepted the top job with “feelings of excitement, trepidation and if I’m really honest a little bit of fear”.

The new mayor’s top priority is to fix the city’s pothole-plagued roads and he will meet Wagga MP Darly Maguire and Riverina MP Michael McCormack to appeal for emergency funding.

The change in leadership will buoy proponents of a controversial drug rehabilitation centre in the heart of the city, as Cr Conkey was one of only two councillors to vote in favour of the Riverina Recovery House earlier this month and formerly served on the Base Hospital drug and alcohol advisory committee.

Cr Conkey claimed he kept his nose clean during negotiations.

“There was no horse trading and no deals done whatsoever,” he said.

Deputy mayor Dallas Tout, who endured a nervous week-long wait to be re-elected on the strength of preference votes in the council election, embarks on his fifth term of local government.

“I have a fair amount of experience; three terms in Gundagai now I’m into my second term in Wagga,” Cr Tout said.

Cr Tout intends to pick up where he left off, with particular focus on inking a deal with a commercial partner to set the Riverina Intermodal Freight and Logistics (RIFL) Hub in train.

“My goal is to finish off a lot of the foundations built last term,” he said.

“This will be a once in a generation thing, these next four years, with all the changes happening.”

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