Petrol prices in Young and beyond today: February 23

The graph shows unleaded petrol prices unless indicated. District fuel prices source: www.mynrma南京夜网.au.Young’s averageunleaded and E10 petrolprice remains steady at 125.05 cents per litre.
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The average unleaded price in town is also steady at 127.2 cents per litre, which is almost 10 cents up on Sydney.

All six local stations have kept their prices the same as what they were advertising on Friday.

Interestingly BP’s unleaded 91 and E10 price has remained at 120.9 cents since February 11, after climbing six cents.

And Woolworths’ E10 has also stayed at 120.9 since last Friday after jumping eight cents.

The biggest hike in unleaded petrol price around the region occurred in Yass yesterday whose average rose by 8.5 cents per litre to now charge 128.4.

On Friday they sat at an average of 119.9 cents.

*The graph shows unleaded petrol prices unless indicated. District fuel prices source:www.mynrma南京夜网.au.

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Couple reaches diamond days in marriage

60 years: Mike and Joan Kluge, of Murray Bridge, celebrated 60 years of marriage last Wednesday.It took Mike Kluge a little while to win over Joan Steinborner’s heart, but looking back 60 years later, Joan is glad he did.
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The couple met through sport at Perponda – he was good at football and she could play some great netball.

Mike also was a shearer at Joan’s parents’ farm, so it seemed a natural pairing, but it seems she wasn’t interested.

“He had a bit to live down before I went for him,” she said.

“It didn’t happen instantly – and then I realised, he’s the one for me.

Mike said he fell for Joan as soon as he saw her, especially because of her temperament.

“She’s peace-loving, easy-going but stands her ground … she reminded me so much of my sister, who reared me since I was four,” he said.

On February 18, 1955, the couple married in the Karoonda Lutheran Church.

Mrs Kluge’s wedding dress was used six years after her wedding by her younger sister, then her own daughter wore it in for her marriage.

The couple spent their honeymoon caravanning around Victoria for 10 days, then headed to their farm at Forster to get straight into work.

They then moved to Claypans.

Mr and Mrs Kluge had their first child in 1956, and about 10 years later, they had a full family of four sons and a daughter.

“One of my fondest memories is when our first son was born, I was beside myself,” Mr Kluge said.

The couple, who are now in their 80s, have 11 grandchildren and one great-granddaughter, with another great-grandchild on the way.

“There’s been good memories with family and we’re all proud of them,” Mr Kluge said.

The pair, who moved to the Murray Bridge Lutheran Homes 13 years ago, said their way of living had helped them over the past 60 years.

“I think the church and our Christian life has kept us together,” Mrs Kluge said.

“We both have a sense of humour and we can have a go at each other, that’s helped a lot.

“You have to be patient with each other; trust and patience are very important things.”

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Competition encourages students to pen a poem about our Anzacs

Camden’s primary and high school students are being encouraged to put their thoughts about our brave soldiers into words.
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Brave soldiers remembered: Mark Jackson from Camden Community Connections with some of the entries for the Anzac Day poetry competition which is part of the 100-year commemorations. Picture: Anna Warr

Camden Community Connections and the Camden RSL Sub Branch will hold an Anzac Day poetry competition to commemorate the 100-year anniversary of the Anzac landings in Gallipoli.

Camden Community Connections manager Sue Robinson said the competition – which was open to students from years 3 to 12 – was a unique way to mark the Anzac anniversary.

‘‘We want as many people as possible to become involved in this important year in our history,’’ she said.

The winner will receive a $200 voucher as well as a $200 voucher for their school.

Entries close on March 31 and the winner will be announced in April.

Entry forms are available from Camden Community Connections, 46471283 or email [email protected]

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Irwin misses out on junior gymnast award

STAR: Hudson Irwin at last year’s national junior gymnastics championships. Picture: WINKIPOP MEDIAWIMMERA gymnast Hudson Irwin came away empty-handed but had a positive experience at the Gymnastics Victoria awards night in Melbourne on Saturday.
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The rising star was nominated for Gymnastics Victoria junior gymnast of the year but lost to Scott Brooks.

Brooks is 17, while Irwin, 14, has several more years of eligibility for the award.

He was one of only three nominees statewide for the junior gymnast of the year.

Irwin said he was pleased to be nominated even though he didn’t win.

‘‘I didn’t get the win but it was a really good night,’’ he said.

‘‘All of the gym sports got together, and awards were presented for all of the sports.

‘‘It was the first Gymnastics Victoria night that I’ve been to and it was really enjoyable.’’

Irwin recently attended a national development camp in Canberra and emerged as the top-ranked prospect in the country for his age group.

He is a member of Gymnastics Australia’s Team Future program for the best young gymnasts in the country.

He was highlighted by Gymnastics Victoria Men’s High Performance program manager and head coach Greg Corsiglia last year as a potential international and Olympic-level athlete.

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Junior sport: Photos

Junior sport: Photos Jack Ryan. Sandhurst versus Bendigo United at Weeroona College. Picture: PETER WEAVING
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Sandhurst versus Bendigo United at Weeroona College. Picture: PETER WEAVING

Jack Ryan. Sandhurst versus Bendigo United at Weeroona College. Picture: PETER WEAVING

Tom Floyd and Jack Ryan. Sandhurst versus Bendigo United at Weeroona College. Picture: PETER WEAVING

Tom Floyd. Sandhurst versus Bendigo United at Weeroona College. Picture: PETER WEAVING

Fraser Gentry.Sandhurst versus Bendigo United at Weeroona College. Picture: PETER WEAVING

Rylan Bentley. Sandhurst versus Bendigo United at Weeroona College. Picture: PETER WEAVING

Tom Floyd and Rylan Bentley. Sandhurst versus Bendigo United at Weeroona College. Picture: PETER WEAVING

Tom Floyd. Sandhurst versus Bendigo United at Weeroona College. Picture: PETER WEAVING

Tom Floyd. Sandhurst versus Bendigo United at Weeroona College. Picture: PETER WEAVING

Fraser Gentry. Sandhurst versus Bendigo United at Weeroona College. Picture: PETER WEAVING

Fraser Gentry. Sandhurst versus Bendigo United at Weeroona College. Picture: PETER WEAVING

Fraser Gentry. Sandhurst versus Bendigo United at Weeroona College. Picture: PETER WEAVING

Fraser Gentry. Sandhurst versus Bendigo United at Weeroona College. Picture: PETER WEAVING

Fraser Gentry. Sandhurst versus Bendigo United at Weeroona College. Picture: PETER WEAVING

Jackson Davie. Sandhurst versus Bendigo United at Weeroona College. Picture: PETER WEAVING

Fraser Gentry. Sandhurst versus Bendigo United at Weeroona College. Picture: PETER WEAVING

Sandhurst versus Bendigo United at Weeroona College. Picture: PETER WEAVING

Zac Mills. Sandhurst versus Bendigo United at Weeroona College. Picture: PETER WEAVING

Zac Mills. Sandhurst versus Bendigo United at Weeroona College. Picture: PETER WEAVING

Jackson Davie. Sandhurst versus Bendigo United at Weeroona College. Picture: PETER WEAVING

Fraser Gentry. Sandhurst versus Bendigo United at Weeroona College. Picture: PETER WEAVING

Evan Santas and Oscar Horan.Bendigo Little Athletics Regional Championships. Picture: PETER WEAVING

Evan Santas and Oscar Horan.Bendigo Little Athletics Regional Championships. Picture: PETER WEAVING

Ryan Clark. Bendigo Little Athletics Regional Championships. Picture: PETER WEAVING

Kobi Hall. Bendigo Little Athletics Regional Championships. Picture: PETER WEAVING

Aasha Elliott.Bendigo Little Athletics Regional Championships. Picture: PETER WEAVING

Carissa Brook. Bendigo Little Athletics Regional Championships. Picture: PETER WEAVING

Bendigo Little Athletics Regional Championships. Picture: PETER WEAVING

Emily Anderson. Bendigo Little Athletics Regional Championships. Picture: PETER WEAVING

Bendigo Little Athletics Regional Championships. Picture: PETER WEAVING

Hannah Smith from Shepparton. Bendigo Little Athletics Regional Championships. Picture: PETER WEAVING

Daniel Noden. Bendigo Little Athletics Regional Championships. Picture: PETER WEAVING

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