Retreat brings students closer together
ST AUGUSTINE’S College’s year 12 students travelled to Feathertop Chalet in Harrietville for their annual retreat from February 18 to 20.
EMERGING composers in regional Victoria and NSW are encouraged to apply for Screenworks’ second annual Screen Composing Bootcamp.
THE Rural Aid Farm Army has set up camp at the Kyabram Showgrounds ahead of a week of action that will give the town and surrounding farms a much appreciated facelift.
RAY Grima is a White truck fanatic.
THE Kyvalley hall will be rocking with old classics when acoustic music duo Shane and the Wong Brother come to town.
THE last place Kyabram local Jessica Hutcheson thought she’d first meet her new baby was on her bathroom floor.
CAMPASPE Shire Council has adopted a revised social media policy reminding councillors to ‘‘have fun but be smart’’ and remember ‘‘the internet never forgets’’.
HUNDREDS flocked to the Rushworth Football Oval for the SGR Giants season opener at the weekend.
CARPENTRY apprentice Jack Elliott from Kyabram was named the Master Builders north east section employer apprentice of the year last week.
MERRIGUM Hall Committee members have put their heads together in an attempt to raise funds to upgrade and improve the hall’s accessibility.
KYABRAM was to the fore at the opening event of Cultural Diversity Week in Shepparton on Saturday.
PARKS Victoria rangers are encouraged by findings that two-thirds of people would report a litterer.
CAMPASPE Shire Council has vowed to remain financially sustainable in future.
CONTROLLING invasive weeds and feral animals, revegetating denuded sandhills and improving wetland habitats will be at the forefront for the Murray Local Land Services latest project.
Police, CFA, Shepparton Search and Rescue and State Emergency Service personnel are on the scene of a truck rollover in Murchison. It is believed a truck rolled off the bridge as you enter the town and has landed in the Goulburn River below. The...
Ten months after launching with much fanfare, Oliver’s Real Food has suddenly closed.
Eagerly awaiting the keys to his new home, Shepparton’s Alex Newling, 20, could never have imagined he would be in the position he is today.