Donald hopes to break Saints
MALLEE: Two matches with huge finals implications are set to be played on Saturday as the top four teams battle each other.
Twilight cinema in Stawell a hit
It is estimated about 400 people attended a twilight cinema at Cato Park, exceeding all expectations of the Youth Action Council members.
NZ Antique & Classic Boatshow - Nelson Lakes National Park
Classic boat-lovers have the opportunity to indulge in a long weekend of glorious hydromatic relaxation at St Arnaud in the Nelson Lakes National Park, with this year's NZ Antique and Classic Boat Show linking with Waitangi Day.
'Miracle workers' save Jenny's life
THE DRIVER of a Volvo that allegedly fatally struck a man in Thornbury may have known the 63-year-old, according to homicide detectives.
Kevin Erwin to serve fourth term as mayor
Councillor Kevin Erwin will serve his fourth term as mayor of the Northern Grampians Shire Council after being elected at a statutory meeting in Stawell last night.
Wimmera fires blaze during hot weather
District 18 Country Fire Authority operations manager Bill Johnstone said about 40 fire-fighters battled a 150-hectare fire at Morton Plains, near Birchip, on Wednesday.
Christmas trees to light up
With the beginning of the festive season only days away, Northern Grampians Shire Council is inviting the community to count down to the lighting of the Stawell and Halls Gap Christmas trees.
Fatal crash in Cope Cope
Police were called to the crash between St Arnaud and Donald on the Sunraysia Highway after a motorist came across the Traynors Lagoon man's car about 5pm.
Deadline looms for council by-election vote
Voters in the Northern Grampians and Hindmarsh shires have until the end of today to choose a new councillor in two western Victorian by-elections.
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Drink driver triples limit
A 57-year-old Naracoorte man who blew more than three times the legal limit was one of two drink drivers caught in Naracoorte over the In the early hours of Friday morning, an 18-year-old woman from St Arnaud, Victoria, was stopped driving a Ford sedan on Sandstone Ave.i The woman was reported for drink driving and driving unlicenced, her car was ... (more)
Waste overhaul - Transfer stations in the spotlight
The review will result in some rural transfer stations being closed altogether and more flexible hours being introduced at others, to ensure that community demand is being met.