Trio face court over aggravated burglary
THE mural enshrining Bluey has been finished and the legendary pooch now looms large in Rochester.
A STRATEGY hellbent on maximising what makes our region tick, providing the greatest benefit to our economy, has received the backing of Campaspe Shire Council.
Intereach is inviting community members to join with staff in launching the organisation’s Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan 2018 to 2020.
Coach House picked up their first win of the Deniliquin & District Pool Competition season on Wednesday.
Murray River Highway Patrol Police were out in force over the Easter long weekend to provide a high profile presence to reduce road trauma, which will continue until after Anzac Day.
A century ago, World War I was over and many volunteers were still on their way home, not least of which was the Commander in Chief of all Australian Forces, Lieutenant-General Sir John Monash, who had accepted the task of repatriating Australian soldiers home as expeditiously as possible.
LOCAL dairy producers Camel Milk Co have found joy in the toughest of times, claiming a spot among the state winners in the 2019 Delicious Harvey Norman Produce Awards for their products last Tuesday.
A WOMAN and her passenger suffered minor injuries after a collision in Kyabram on Sunday.
Hundreds of locals have petitioned Benalla Rural City Council asking them to endorse The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN).
Emil Pilegaard-Petersen first arrived in Benalla in July last year. He comes from the small town of Rudkobing on the Danish island of Langeland.
The Benalla Live4Life initiative will return for a third year after its successful 2018 Program.
Creating meaningful volunteering opportunities for people with disability is something Cobram Youth Op Shop’s Debbie Johns is passionate about.
Cobram and District junior football competition kicks off soon, with registrations on Wednesday from 4.30pm to 6.30pm at Barooga Recreation Reserve.
Master of puns and funny man Stephen Blackburn is a singing, song writing piano player with long history in television comedy and music.
On Good Friday, Neil Beer Seymour hosted its first community Easter egg hunt at their Holden and Mitsubishi dealership.
I grew up on the north-eastern edge of Melbourne, in a town approximately the same size as Tongala, called Research.
CAMPASPE Shire Council has granted four outdoor pools in its smaller communities a stay of execution.
TO CELEBRATE the 18th birthday of Mission Australia’s annual Youth Survey, the charity is encouraging a record number of young people in Campaspe Shire and across Victoria aged 15-19 to come to the party and have a say in the 2019 Youth Survey.
EVERY drop of water counts for our lakes and rivers during the summer, and this season water in Lake Eppalock was carrying three times the load for irrigation, the environment and recreation.
Weaving Our Stories Together and Stories Through Clay were two free community art activities designed and delivered by members of Splinter Contemporary Artists at Converge On the Goulburn last month.
My Kitchen Rules contestants Mick and Jodie-Anne Barlow have teamed up with Ardmona orchardist Rocky Varapodio to support the Royal Children’s Hospital Good Friday Appeal.
At the request of Associated Country Women of the World (ACWW), South Pacific Area President Gail Commens, Yarrawonga /Border CWA Branch “answered the call/volunteered” to help two ladies from Tuvalu Island to gain some new tailoring skills...
Shadow Minister for Agriculture Peter Walsh says the government is stalling on calls to fix farm trespass laws, despite Victorian farmers and farm businesses still being relentlessly targeted by extreme activists. Mr Walsh said the Federal Liberal...
A Grade Yarrawonga 57 def by Wangaratta 59 It was an absolutely stellar display of fast-paced and physical netball. The Pigeon’s best came out firing in front of the big Easter Sunday crowd at Mulwala against the reigning premiers to go into...
Cr Paul Miegel wants Federation Council area to commit to becoming electricity neutral – generating electricity equal to, or greater than, its consumption by June 2025. “Let’s set an agenda for direction. I’m looking for a team effort...
A Grade Corowa Rutherglen 63 def North Albury 31 The girls were able to make it four wins in a row after a strong second half saw the team capitalize on possession and steam roll ahead over an undermanned side. Sullivans Hair & Beauty &...
The ‘ Shearing the Ram’ sculpture on Federation Way at Lowesdale is proving to be a popular tourism spot to pull off the road and take a selfie with. Installed late last year in front of Lowesdale Public School, the sculpture was officially...