Warracknabeal Target to close doors after more than 60 years
People in the Wimmera town of Warracknabeal say they were suprised by Target Australia's decision to close the town's store after more than 60 years.
Sun May 19, 2013
Western Victoria and South East South Australia Rural Report: 20/5
The last time they worked out a plan between stakeholders and the Natural Resources Management Board it took 45 meetings and several years ! But David Edwards, who represented grape growers in the region, says that during public consultation processes about water some people can have very passionate views But what they did during the last period of ... (more)
Thu May 16, 2013
Paul rides through his old stomping ground
Former Stawell man, Paul Egan, relished the opportunity to catch up with some old friends when he passed through the region on the annual Tour de Cure cycling event.
Mon May 13, 2013
Western Victoria and South East South Australia Rural Report, 14/5
In some places in the south west, south east and western district rainfall totals are adding up, with totals of 20 millimetres and higher.
Thu May 09, 2013
The minister on a motorbike
When I was driving through Dunkeld this week, I spotted a man in his 50s standing beside a rather snazzy looking yellow and black motorbike.
Wed May 08, 2013
Recreational plans mooted for Walkers Lake
The shire says the lake is deeper and retains water better than the current lake in the area, Lake Batyo Catyo.
Bike plan could lead to clashes
St Arnaud is being eyed by the Nelson Mountainbike Club as the next step in developing the Nelson region into an international mountainbiking destination, but it has been warned off the tramping track around Lake Rotoiti by one local resident.
Mon May 06, 2013
St Arnaud proves too strong
ST ARNAUD'S opening term score set up its 83-point win over Birchip-Watchem at Lord Nelson Park on Saturday.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Women gather in St Arnaud
About 250 women from Victoria and southern New South Wales descended on the town for three days of workshops, tours, talks from special guests and local entertainment.
Patients at risk
The health of patients requiring Ambulance treatment continues to be put at risk, as paramedic shifts go unfilled across the region.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
NCFL powers suffer shock defeats
BOORT and Donald finished in the bottom two on the North Central Football League last year, but both beat the two sides that faced off in the 2012 grand final in a round of upsets on Saturday.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
Paul's epic journey commences today
Former Stawell man, Paul Egan, will pass through Horsham and St Arnaud as he takes part in the annual Tour de Cure ride.