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THE CORRYONG COURIER
THURSDAY MARCH 29, 2018
46 Donaldson St
Visiting weekly on
April 6th, 2018
81B Hanson St., Corryong
Ph: 6056 2185
Dr Jordan Oslan
0418 697 807
Note: Number has
changed - do not call
Experienced Harvester /
1. Understanding of Work Health and Safety
2. High quality in environmental care
3. Well organised and self-motivated
4. Have good team and communication skills
5. Maintenance skills a bonus
6. Current driver’s licence
7. Current operator’s ticket
1. Job security
2. Competitive wages/ well above award
3. Vehicle provided for work purposes
For more information contact Theresa Lonergan.
P & T Lonergan Pty Ltd
Softwood Logging Contractors
Phone: (02) 6948 3583 or 0429 729 765
Email current resumè with referees to:
Brian Larkin Pullets - Isa
Brown, White Cross,
Black Cross and Red
Cross vars., 12 weeks
old, $19 ea., delivery
Tuesday 10/4. Orders
to Lorraine Paton on 02
6948 4486 by Thursday
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY ROLLING
ALONG FOR 70 DAYS
The Geological Survey of Victoria, in collaboration with Geoscience
Australia, AuSCOPE and Geological Survey of NSW, is set to study
Victoria’s north-east region to a depth of 50 kilometres below the Earth’s
surface, to understand how the State evolved from an ocean 500 million
years ago to the landscape that is seen today.
The survey crew will use specialist trucks to image the Earth’s crust along
the two survey lines, stretching 520 kilometres from Benalla to Tom
Groggin and from Benambra to Bendoc, close to the NSW border.
WHEN The trucks commenced the seismic survey on 5th March 2018.
DURATION It will take approximately 70 days to conduct the survey
across Crown land, local roads, lanes and tracks, and some private land,
subject to weather conditions.
THE NEXT 100 KILOMETRES The survey continues on from
Carboor, passing through Merriang South, Myrtelford, Ovens, Rosewhite,
Kancoona, Running Creek, Dederang, Upper Gundowring, Eskdale and
Mitta Mitta. Depending on weather conditions this 100 km stretch of
survey will take about 10-14 days.
TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT As a public safety precaution, traffic
management will be in place along the survey route. In most areas, only
minor delays are expected, however there may be temporary closures of
roads, lanes or tracks where it will not be safe for vehicles to pass.
Upcoming road closures will be published weekly on our website
(earthresources.vic.gov.au/evgi), by VicRoads and will be available locally.
PUBLIC SAFETY Traffic management
is there to keep you and the survey crew
safe. The survey involves multiple vehicle
movements and large machinery, please
adhere to all temporary reduced speed
limits and signage and requests from the
survey crew. Thank you for your patience
as we try to keep any delays to a minimum.
Fact sheets are available from our website
(earthresources.vic.gov.au/evgi), along with
our answers to frequently asked questions.
The website will be updated weekly to
indicate survey progress. Information
about any temporary closures of roads,
lanes or tracks can also be found on our
For more details about the Eastern
Victoria Geoscience Initiative please
call 136 186 or email
2018 Man from Snowy River Bush Festival
Friday 6th April, 2018
• Hanson Street from Anzac Avenue to Kiel Street: 6.30am-6.00pm
• Towong Road (service road) on the Corryong College side:
• Parish Lane from Jephcott Avenue to Memorial Drive:12noon-2.00pm
• Stock Route from Parish Lane to Donaldson Street: 6.00am-9.00pm
• Back Thowgla Road from Thowgla Road to Greenham Street:
Saturday 7th April, 2018
• Jardine Street from Hanson Street to Harris Street: 6.30am-5.30pm
• Stock Route from Parish Lane to Donaldson Street: 6.00am-10.00pm
Sunday 8th April 2018
• Stock Route from Parish Lane to Donaldson Street: 6.00am-3.00pm
Oaten Hay - 8x4x3 bales,
weed free, feed tested,
$220/t and delivered to
Corryong area. Phone
Flints on 0409 678 010.
Suzuki DR650 - 2007
model, full Vic reg.
1Y2IL (10 months),
20,000kms, $4000 ono.
Ph: 02 6077 1154.
Born to Nathan and
Kristie on March 26th,
2018 in Melbourne
(weighing 7lbs 9ozs);
precious sister to Evie.
Seventh grandchild for
Mark and Cyndie.
HALES, Bruce - Great
~ Ethel and family.
(Nicole) - Passed away
on March 4th, 2018.
A service is being held
at Upper Thougla on
Saturday March 31st,
2018 at 2pm (follow
the blue balloons over
Playle’s Hill). Afternoon
BARBER - I would like
to thank my family and
friends for making my
90th birthday such a
The many cards, phone
calls and visitors made
Saturday March 17th
such a friendly and
joyful celebration of a
long and happy life (so
Ph: 02 6076 1045
session hosted by the
Albury Wodonga Cancer
Trust Fund last Friday,
at the Corryong Hotel
Motel was reasonably
well attended by interested
It was quite evident
by the number of people
in the audience who have
used this multi-million
dollar facility, it is going
to be a valuable asset for
Trust supports cancer services
The Corryong Men’s
Shed also took
opportunity to make a
donation of $100 to the
The Cancer Trust Fund
raises funds to support
cancer services in the
to provide quality care to
patients and families. It is
overseen by a high level
local board from business,
industry and government
Keith Honey Secretary of the Corryong Men’s
Shed, presents a cheque to Jane Evans, Fund
Raising Manager of the Cancer Trust Fund.
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