Weir all clear for users
Lock 26 at Torrumbarry Weir was officially reopened on Friday following successful refurbishment works.
Water leaders in the Goulburn Murray Irrigation District met this week to determine what socio-economic neutrality means for the region under the Murray-Darling Basin Plan.
Despite going to the High Court to block the request, the Federal Government and Murray-Darling Basin Authority have announced they will co-operate with the South Australian Royal Commission into the Murray-Darling Basin Plan.
For Brodie McMahon, Goulburn-Murray Water’s Connections project is bringing countless opportunities.
State Member for Shepparton District Suzanna Sheed has called on Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews to support farmers who are struggling through extended dry conditions.
The Goulburn River has received a batch of 2000 monster rainbow trout weighing up to 4kg each — seven tonnes in combined weight — as part of the biggest 24-hour stocking event in Victoria’s history.
Alana Johnson from Benalla is among the new appointees to the Victorian Catchment Management Council.
Increased financial support is available for landholders along Hughes Creek and Seven Creeks to help control stream-side stock grazing.
Businesswoman Diane James has been given some clear instructions on her new role as chair of Goulburn-Murray Water: continue the implementation of the recommendations of the Strategic Advisory Panel.
A return to good management is needed to ensure the Murray-Darling Basin Plan stays on track, as community angst and a consensus the plan has been mismanaged and secretive continues to grow.
Environmental water holders have answered farmers’ pleas, with a total of 35Gl of environmental water to be traded following weeks of campaigning from farmers and politicians for water to help see them through the drought.
A substantial piece of Yarrawonga infrastructure has received recognition, with the Yarrawonga Weir awarded the 2018 Senator JS Collings Trophy.
A healthy Gunbower Forest has big benefits for the local community and economy, but more than a century of river regulation has hit the much-loved forest hard.
Hundreds of kilograms of carp and redfin have been removed from the Hughes and Seven creeks in a big to protect native species.
POLICE are investigating the death of a man killed in a motorbike accident at a Bunnaloo property on Sunday.
Police are investigating after a man was found deceased on a property in the state’s south overnight. About 7pm yesterday, a 39-year-old man was located deceased under a motorbike on a private property on Nolan Road, Bunnaloo. Despite...
NOTHING could be more unexpected than meeting Makaila Ogden. In January, 2016, she was attending the funeral of the man of her dreams. Just five days after the service she found out she was pregnant with his child. Her brittle fragility, her...