Getting together to understand separations
ECHUCA-MOAMA and district service providers and organisations have been provided with a better understanding of the effects separation has had on ‘forgotten Australians’.
Benalla’s Year 10 students took the next step on their life’s journey by attending Careers Day 2018 last week.
ECHUCA’S One and All Inclusion Project will be expanding if the organisation is successful in its Pick My Project application.
Tonight on The Lead with Kimberley Price brought to you by Echuca Kia we talk to State Member for Murray Austin Evans, State Member for Murray Plains Peter Walsh, chair for the Speak Up Campaign Shelley Scoullar and Bamawm dairy farmer Steve Hawken...
ECHUCA-MOAMA and district service providers and organisations have been provided with a better understanding of the effects separation has had on ‘Forgotten Australians’.
AN ECHUCA man is calling on VicRoads to fix the Northern Hwy, between Rochester and Elmore, before another person is killed.
Kian is the latest Brownfield to stake a claim in the Australian music world. The teenager considers Echuca-Moama his second home – and it is home to his grandparents and a swag of aunts, uncles and cousins. Last week Kian, who already took out...
THE first of two new purpose-built divie vans has hit the streets of Echuca.
CAMPASPE College of Adult Education – home of the original 208 Primary School – is being sold for between $1.9million and $2 million.
STRATHALLAN Landcare Group says a $500 grant will cover ‘‘maintenance’’ costs including insurance.
A FORMER Echuca man who raped a 15-year-old girl under the Echuca-Moama bridge five years ago has been jailed for nine years.
ECHUCA’S top cop has supported calls for expanded police powers to deal with domestic violence more decisively on the job.
Tonight on The Lead with Kimberley Price we see a balloon being launched for National Science Week. We got to Moama Anglican Grammar School and hear from some students who partook in a sleepout. We meet Abbey Mathers who has just been selected in...
ANOTHER one bites the dust. Wistaria Cafe has closed its doors after 17 years after negotiations with the Campaspe Shire could not reach a lease agreement. And tenant Eric Grumont had simply had enough. ‘‘We have just had a gutful,’’ he told...
Have you ever walked home after 11.30pm with some unopened tinnies in your bag?
The Australian Taxation Office raided a Shepparton business yesterday as part of a co-ordinated strike across Victoria. Two hundred and fifty ATO officers raided 11 business and residential sites across Melbourne and Shepparton, targeting tax...