November 15 2018
Noisy Street Design released a steady amount of videos this week and they are really excellent videos
From Big River Real Estate to Channel 4 Change, the quality of all the videos is outstanding and shows that Noisy Street Design is a leader in helping locals promote their businesses or their causes.
The videos do get some good view totals on YouTube and they may entice some of the businesses that check them out into hiring Noisy Street Design to do a video for them.
From the air to the ground, there is something for all businesses in the local area that need some good footage to be put together for great effect.
November 14 2018
Last year saw those who were teens in the 1980’s descend on Echuca to party like it was 1989 and on December 1 they’re going to do it again.
300 people said yes to attending last year and Deniliquin residents who popped in regularly (that be quite a few) to Echuca in their teen years are once again invited to attend.
The plan is to meet at The Yank (American Hotel) and go to the Top Deck Bar (access from Heygarth Street) at 7pm to receive name tag and wrist band.
Free Entry is for anyone who is 41 and over and Happy Hour is between 7pm and 8pm with selected drinks at $80’s prices with $2 beer, wine and bubbles plus $5 slushies.
Classic 70’s and 80’s tunes will be played so be prepared for the best and the worst of the 80’s, those synthesiser heavy tracks, music from bands like Def Leppard and of course you got to throw in some Rick Astley.
Further information can be obtained by going to ‘Echuca 80’s Teens‘, Suzy Farley the organizer is quite friendly and is always helpful to those who ask questions.
November 12 2018
The Deniliquin Community Garden in Whitelock Street (behind the Swim Centre) are looking for new members.
But that’s not all they are looking for as they also need scraps for their worm farm.
They need veggie, fruit, coffee, tea and eggshell scraps so they can make things happen.
To become a member you will need to visit the ERC offices and they will give you all the details on how to become a Community Garden member.
If you would like to visit the garden sometime, message them on Facebook and they will organise a time with you to meet at the garden.
If you happen to be driving or walking past and someone is there you can just pop in and say hello as well.
We wish DCG all the success in the world in getting members, scraps and successful growth of all they grow.
November 11 2018
Deniliquin had a busy couple of days with events like the opening of the Splash Park, Free Pool entry, Ski School starting up, Naponda Farmers Market and the Little Athletics Carnival.
As you will see down below, The ERC shown off the new splash park last Thursday and the Swim Centre had the Grand Opening on Friday with Rotary helped put on a show for those in attendance with free sausage sizzle, drinks, icy poles and more.
The ERC helped out by sponsoring three days of open entry to the Swim Centre, it was a great idea to help get the Swim Centre going and judging by reaction on social media it was.
Deniliquin Boat Club kicked off Ski Season on Friday night by starting Ski School up again.
Ski School is on every Friday afternoon, you can book yourself a spot by using the Deniliquin Boat Club app (designed by local business Imperative Apps), there is three levels of experience and it costs $3 per ski, further details are available by just clicking the above image.
Naponda had their Farmers Market and the weather put on a good show allowing as many people as possible to go down and buy some goodies.
Deniliquin Little Athletics had their carnival at Rams Oval (Hardinge Street Oval) and it brought in young athletics from near and far which was great to see (click on link for pictures).
The next carnival is in Cohuna, it welcomes U6 to U16 athletes and those interested must enter by midnight on December 2 and there is no doubt some from Deniliquin will go and have a great day.
There will be a couple more interesting weekends coming up in town so stay tuned for those events and have a great time when they arrive.
November 4 2018
Google Earth has updated its satellite image of Deniliquin.
The image of the town was taken in October 2018 and it has been over a year since the last time it was updated.
Viewers will now see no more railway platform remains and no more giant green space in the TAFE Campus but they will see the new TAFE building, the footpaths at Brown Park and other parks, Coles having shaded parking, the new Police Station and much more.
Unfortunately Google Street View is still largely stuck in 2008 so you will still see now gone places like Go-Lo, Pinky’s Pizza, RetraVision, Dick Smith Electronics and also places like Big River Real Estate in a different street than where it is now.
Hopefully soon Google Earth will come visit town again and they update the rest of the streets like they did with just Hardinge Street in 2017.