Sunday Apr 13
South East NSW and Gippsland Rural Report, Monday 14th April, 2014
Jeremy Story Carter We so often hear right across agriculture of the need for more skilled workers.
The Ararat Advertiser
U3A programs set to remain at Aradale
Outgoing president, Alwyn Kitchen welcomed a large attendance and Robyn Hemley from Ararat Rural City chaired the meeting for the election of new office bearers.
More homeowners want to go solar
CASEY Veal claimed justice for her murdered baby boy after a burglar was found guilty by a jury of killing 10-month-old Zayden Veal-Whitting as he lay helpless in his cot.
How long did it take to get into central Melbourne from your suburb circa 1925
This is very cool. Similar to tools Jarrett Walker often talks about that show how far you can get in X minutes on public transport, here's a map prepared around 1925 or so by the Melbourne Town Planning Commission showing how long it takes to get into central Melbourne from various suburbs by tram and train .
Commuters brace for Easter pain
COMMUTERS will face travel pain for 11 days over the Easter break as extensive work is carried out on the state's train and tram services.
Aussie garden to be shown at Hampton Court
THE UK government had been criticised for delaying plain packaging after hiring Aussie strategist Lynton Crosby but is now "minded" to proceed.