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Senior Constable Peter Evans, Sergeant Max Walker and Constable Laura Wood. 1271897104_victoria-police-badge-100315-bThe gardens at Coombe's Melba Estate will be open to the public tomorrow. 125303 Picture: JESSE GRAHAMCindy Taylor with her EH Holden with John Coleman. 126136From rear, Outlook chief executive officer Tony Fitzgerald, Outlook Environmental Business manager Ross Cheesewright.
From front left, Member for Gembrook Brad Battin, Minister Ryan Smith and Outlook president Edwin Hume with the plans. 
Picture: DONNA OATESWomen's Centre for Health and Well-being Albury Wodonga manager Kellie Noordam and health promotions worker Peta Pitman would like to see the community take a stand against domestic violence. Picture: ERIN SOMERVILLEArmidale mayor Laurie Bishop is set to be replaced by deputy Jenny Bailey at next week's mayoral election.HAZARDOUS: Rosenthal Heights resident Tracy Curtis says Main Roads is "neglectful" and "downright dangerous" to thumb its nose at her repeated requests for road signage where Ford Road meets the New England Highway.

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