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Harrow woman in serious condition after crash

A Harrow woman is in a serious condition in a Melbourne hospital after the vehicle she was driving collided with a truck on Tuesday night.

Sep 2 2015 / No Comment / Read More

Wimmera police focus on footy finals

Public behaviour at football finals across the region will come under the spotlight as a Victoria Police operation ramps up throughout September.

Sep 2 2015 / No Comment / Read More

MP calls for Victorian government cash for Overland

Member for Lowan Emma Kealy wants the State Government to follow South Australia’s lead and commit funding to The Overland passenger rail service.

Sep 2 2015 / No Comment / Read More
SUCCESS: Nhill Neighbourhood House centre manager Kylee Williams, community development worker Plaw Ganemy-Kunoo and executive officer Annette Creek at the Victorian Training Awards.

Nhill centre wins state training award

Nhill Neighbourhood House Learning Centre has won its category in 2015 Victorian Training Awards.

Sep 2 2015 / No Comment / Read More

Push for weather radar back on Wimmera’s agenda

Government investment into three new radar weather towers in Western Australia has prompted Wimmera Development Association to rekindle a push for similar weather-prediction assets in the region.

Sep 2 2015 / No Comment / Read More
ROAR: Finn Delahunty and Banjo Golder show off their tiger-themed face-painting at last year’s Murtoa Show. Picture: NATASHA PIETSCH

New dimension to Murtoa Big Weekend

Murtoa’s Big Weekend organisers believe several new attractions will add a new dimension to this year’s event.

Sep 2 2015 / No Comment / Read More
Community

Families converge on Horsham for fun day

Children enjoy a sack race at Operation 19.14.

More than 1200 children converged on Horsham’s Sawyer Park on Sunday for a free family day out.

Sep 2 2015 / No Comment / Read More

Field to fly high on Father’s Day

Stawell veteran ruckman Shane Field has a couple of reasons to celebrate this Sunday.

Sep 2 2015 / No Comment / Read More

Arapiles bike ride gains interest

Riders from across Victoria and interstate are signing up for this year’s Arapiles Cycling Event at Mt Arapiles near Natimuk.

Sep 2 2015 / No Comment / Read More

Wimmera Hospice Care Auxiliary garden trip

Wimmera residents have an opportunity to tour formal, rose and Mediterranean-style gardens during a coach trip to Castlemaine.

Sep 2 2015 / No Comment / Read More

Call for gifts to donate to children in poverty

Organisers of an annual international charity that provides gifts in shoeboxes to children in struggling communities around the world has again called on people across the Wimmera to get involved.

Sep 2 2015 / No Comment / Read More

Horsham health clinic improves access

Improved access for elderly patients and people with disabilities is a key feature of Lister House Clinic’s redevelopment.

Sep 2 2015 / No Comment / Read More

Wimmera fleeces in the spotlight

Wimmera Legacy and Horsham Agricultural Society have challenged Wimmera-Mallee and Grampians woolgrowers to find the best fleece in the region.

Sep 2 2015 / No Comment / Read More
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Sport

Daryl Eastwell to coach Taylors Lake in 2016

Pat Purcell will stay on at Taylors Lake as an assistant coach in 2016. Picture: WILLAMY IMAGES

Daryl Eastwell will coach Taylors Lake’s senior football side in 2016.

Sep 3 2015 / No Comment / Read More

Harrow-Balmoral, Kalkee still in the hunt

DISTRICT FOOTBALL: After two weeks of finals the top three sides in Horsham District Football League are left to fight it out for premiership glory.

Sep 2 2015 / No Comment / Read More

Stawell Warriors issue warning: Watch out Minyip-Murtoa

FINALS HEART-BREAK: Stawell Warriors celebrate a 15-point win over Ararat in the elimination final. Picture: WILLAMY IMAGES

WIMMERA FOOTBALL: Watch out Minyip-Murtoa! You’re about to run into an intense Stawell outfit that, fuelled with growing self-belief, looks capable of pushing deeply into Wimmera Football League finals.

Sep 2 2015 / No Comment / Read More
Opinion

Republic debate isn’t going away

The long-running debate about Australia becoming a republic is a curious monster that seems to pop its head up every few years to test the water.

Sep 2 2015 / No Comment / Read More

How prepared are you in an emergency?

What would I do and how would I react? It’s a question some of us who have never been first on the scene of a major incident or accident involving human trauma have asked.

Aug 26 2015 / No Comment / Read More

Is there any alien life out there?

To rationalise and have an elevated sense of understanding.

Aug 19 2015 / No Comment / Read More
Food & Wine

Grape Escape date change

The 2016 Grampians Grape Escape will be on April 30 and May 1 next year.

Jul 8 2015 / Read More
Health & Lifestyle

Beginner runners to start new program

Horsham Running Club’s Start Running Group will start a 13-week spring program on Tuesday.

Sep 3 2015 / Read More
Environment

Project Hindmarsh success

  More than 160 enthusiasts from across Victoria joined Wimmera-Mallee volunteers to plant 9000 seedlings during Hindmarsh Landcare Network’s annual ACE Radio Project Hindmarsh plant-out weekend.

Aug 26 2015 / Read More
Politics

MP calls for Victorian government cash for Overland

Member for Lowan Emma Kealy wants the State Government to follow South Australia’s lead and commit funding to The Overland passenger rail service.

Sep 2 2015 / Read More
Arts Entertainment Children enjoy a sack race at Operation 19.14.

Families converge on Horsham for fun day

More than 1200 children converged on Horsham’s Sawyer Park on Sunday for a free family day out.

Sep 2 2015 / Read More
Business & Finance

Create a scene depicting Horsham Show

Horsham Agricultural Society will launch its Create a Scene business window display competition today.

Sep 2 2015 / Read More
To The Editor

CFA issues

CFA issues SIR – As District 17 State Councillors for Volunteer Fire Brigades Victoria, VFBV, we wish to draw the attention of local Country Fire Authority volunteers to the following issues.

Aug 19 2015 / Read More
Agriculture

Push for weather radar back on Wimmera’s agenda

Government investment into three new radar weather towers in Western Australia has prompted Wimmera Development Association to rekindle a push for similar weather-prediction assets in the region.

Sep 2 2015 / Read More
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