Benalla and its surrounding villages will continue to support clean, renewable energy with Benalla Rural City Council giving planing permission to another solar farm project — in Winton.
CAMPASPE Shire Council is actively recruiting young people aged 12–25 across to join the 2019 Youth Advisory Group (YAG).
Candidates for the district of Euroa are set for a pay-day now the votes have been finalised with the Victorian Electoral Commission to distribute hundreds of thousands of dollars to all four contenders.
ANDREW Bock and Jan Beer care for the future of their communities.
TWO project firefighters (PFFs) will be based at Echuca and four at Cohuna during this fire season.
POLITICS and outdated river rules is the root cause of river mismanagement, leaving river operators in the difficult position of trying to manage unrealistic expectations of the Murray.
With Christmas just around the corner Benalla Police, along with their colleagues across the state, are focussed on road safety.
THE Bundalong community will band together this Saturday to raise money for the Kilmister and Gwynne families in what is planning to be a massive day of auctions, raffles, family fun and entertainment.
MULTIPLE Sclerosis victim Janine Bastow has been left a broken woman after her Port of Echuca business was robbed twice in less than a week.
Tonight on The Lead, the Ogilvie Ave roadworks are causing serious delays for school buses and Echuca’s Ebony Wardlaw is shaving her head for the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation
THE group tasked with making the Port of Echuca great again, the Alliance, says it has made progress.
MOAMA Echuca Adventure Playpark will receive $3900 from the latest round of the NSW Government Country Arts Support Program.
TWO occupants of a car that on Thursday failed to give way to a semi trailer, colliding with it before ploughing into a fence on Ogilvie Ave are still on the run.
A WILD storm swept through Bunnaloo late yesterday afternoon leaving a trail of uprooted trees and damaged farms in its wake.
A VERDICT of not guilty to both attempted murder and murder was handed down to the Deniliquin woman who murdered her son in the Murray River last year.
POLICE raided a Pakenham St retailer on Wednesday and seized allegedly illegal tobacco.
Emergency services were called to a two-car collision at the intersection of Webb Rd and McEwen Rd in Kyabram at approximately 9:15pm. The incident involved a family of five in a station wagon and three young females in a sedan. Police have...