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Bowling club’s camera warning to vandals

Horsham City Bowling Club officials have warned people contemplating criminal activity at their Park Drive headquarters that a comprehensive security-camera system is in place.

Feb 15 2017 / No Comment / Read More

Andrew Broad: Have your say on regional relocation

A federal inquiry into decentralisation of Commonwealth agencies has prompted Member for Mallee Andrew Broad to call on Wimmera and Mallee people to have their say.

Feb 15 2017 / No Comment / Read More

Anger over new Ararat sex-offender centre

Member for Ripon Louise Staley has called on the State Government to abandon plans to build a new secure sex-offenders centre in Ararat.

Feb 15 2017 / No Comment / Read More

Coalition to scrap target

Victorian opposition leader Matthew Guy has declared that a Liberal-National coalition government would scrap a Victorian Renewable Energy Target.

Feb 15 2017 / No Comment / Read More
Horsham College dance class.

Horsham College dance PHOTOS | VIDEO

Horsham College year-11 Vocational Education and Training dance students show off their grace and style during their first class of the year.

Feb 15 2017 / No Comment / Read More

Annie tickets on sale

FULL VOICE: Tickets are on sale for Horsham Arts Council’s production of Annie.

Feb 15 2017 / No Comment / Read More
Community

Andrew Broad: Have your say on regional relocation

A federal inquiry into decentralisation of Commonwealth agencies has prompted Member for Mallee Andrew Broad to call on Wimmera and Mallee people to have their say.

Feb 15 2017 / No Comment / Read More

Anger over new Ararat sex-offender centre

Member for Ripon Louise Staley has called on the State Government to abandon plans to build a new secure sex-offenders centre in Ararat.

Feb 15 2017 / No Comment / Read More

Haven group calls for bypass endorsement

A Haven community group is calling for Horsham district residents to endorse a VicRoads recommendation for a Western Highway bypass route of Horsham.

Feb 15 2017 / No Comment / Read More

Cyberheroes at Warracknabeal

Warracknabeal Primary School has used a ‘cyberhero’ day to spread the word about cyber safety.

Feb 15 2017 / No Comment / Read More

Don Johns: Huge year for foundation

Long-time Horsham and regional advocate Don Johns has described the 28th year of Wimmera Health Care Group Foundation as one of the organisation’s most profound 12 months of operation.

Feb 15 2017 / No Comment / Read More

Horsham youngsters show true spirit for driving program

For many years young people across the region have been selling ‘reindeer food’ in the lead-up to Christmas to raise money for their various projects.

Feb 15 2017 / No Comment / Read More

Wesley show for new Lions

The North West Grampians branch of the Lions Club of Horsham will present its first money-raising event at Horsham’s Wesley Performing Arts Centre on February 28.

Feb 15 2017 / No Comment / Read More
Sport

Competition swimming returns to Ararat’s outdoor pool | PHOTOS | VIDEO

Maggie McCoy, Warracknabeal, at a Wimmera District Swimming Association event in Ararat.

Ararat hosted its first outdoor Wimmera swimming carnival for six years on Saturday.

Feb 18 2017 / No Comment / Read More

Horsham triathlon win to son over father

Young triathletes cool off after their event at the 2017 Horsham Triathlon.

Prominent Echuca triathlete Steve Gray, left, congratulates his 16-year-old son Campbell on winning Horsham’s 2017 triathlon.

Feb 15 2017 / No Comment / Read More

Off-road racing in Rainbow a first

Elite off-road enduro racing is heading to the region with Australian Off Road Championship leaders confirming a Rainbow Desert Enduro will be part of the 2017 championship season.

Feb 15 2017 / No Comment / Read More
Opinion

EDITORIAL: Female footballers – welcome to the tribe

The AFL’s new women’s competition has so far been a raging success and we look forward to the female version of the indigenous game gaining a strong foothold in national sporting culture.

Feb 15 2017 / No Comment / Read More

EDITORIAL: Keep your cats inside, please

By DEAN LAWSON Anyone with an appreciation and understanding for the wildlife trying to adapt to or simply exist in the suburban environment of our towns must cringe when travelling the streets late at night.

Feb 8 2017 / No Comment / Read More

EDITORIAL | Balance needed for required reading

Many parents will agree that encouraging teenage children to read and immerse themselves in books can be challenging.

Feb 1 2017 / No Comment / Read More
Food & Wine

2017 Grampians Grape Escape to feature Adam Liaw

One of Victoria’s favourite food and wine festivals has teamed with one of Australia’s favourite personalities for the 26th annual Grampians Grape Escape at Halls Gap next year.

Dec 21 2016 / Read More
Health & Lifestyle

Don Johns: Huge year for foundation

Long-time Horsham and regional advocate Don Johns has described the 28th year of Wimmera Health Care Group Foundation as one of the organisation’s most profound 12 months of operation.

Feb 15 2017 / Read More
Environment

Coalition to scrap target

Victorian opposition leader Matthew Guy has declared that a Liberal-National coalition government would scrap a Victorian Renewable Energy Target.

Feb 15 2017 / Read More
Politics Emma Kealy.

Member for Lowan Emma Kealy promoted to shadow cabinet

Member for Lowan Emma Kealy believes her elevation to Victoria’s shadow cabinet after only two years as a parliamentarian reflects the Coalition’s commitment to broad statewide representation.

Dec 14 2016 / Read More
Arts Entertainment Horsham College dance class.

Horsham College dance PHOTOS | VIDEO

Horsham College year-11 Vocational Education and Training dance students show off their grace and style during their first class of the year.

Feb 15 2017 / Read More
Business & Finance

Finance Focus with Robert Goudie – What drives the dollar value?

Importers and exporters might pay the closest attention to the value of the Aussie dollar, but movements in the exchange rate affect us all.

Feb 8 2017 / Read More
To The Editor

Living in drought

SIR, – With the Wimmera-Mallee drought broken at last, I thought it might be appropriate to share my thoughts as expressed in this little poem I composed while a year-10 student at Horsham College.

Sep 28 2016 / Read More
Agriculture

Emma Kealy backs Nationals ban on fracking

Member for Lowan Emma Kealy believes legislation banning hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, to access onshore natural gas deposits in Victoria is a major win for the state’s farming community.

Feb 15 2017 / Read More
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