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Projects in the pipeline

Deputy Premier Peter Ryan will visit the Wimmera on Friday to announce funding for significant Wimmera projects.

Oct 1 2014 / No Comment / Read More
Concept design images for the new and upgraded accommodation at Longerenong College.

$4.5-million upgrade for Longerenong

BY LAUREN HENRY Longerenong College will proceed with a $4.

Oct 1 2014 / No Comment / Read More

Projects reduce family violence

Goolum Goolum Aboriginal Co-operative will use more than $12,000 in State Government funding to tackle indigenous family violence.

Oct 1 2014 / No Comment / Read More

Ararat bypass plan

Public consultation with residents, councils and stakeholders will begin in coming months to plan a Western Highway bypass of Ararat.

Oct 1 2014 / No Comment / Read More

1000 trout released in Wimmera lakes

Marma Lake at Murtoa, Minyip Wetlands, Nhill Lake and Police Paddocks at Horsham will be stocked with rainbow trout for the school holidays.

Oct 1 2014 / No Comment / Read More
ENGINE ROOM: Dunmunkle Sumpoilers is preparing for its annual rally, as part of Murtoa’s Big Weekend this weekend. Pictured are members Geoff Starick and Colin Hobbs with president Graham Gellatly. Picture: CAITLIN MARTIN

Weekend events ramp up in Wimmera

October marks the first of many chock-a-block weekends full of events in Wimmera.

Oct 1 2014 / No Comment / Read More
Community

The show goes on!

GOOD TIMES: Imogen, Mandy and Oscar Cameron enjoy Horsham Show.

The Horsham Show continues today, with day two to feature plenty of fun, activities, rides and animals.

Oct 1 2014 / No Comment / Read More

Mosque open house

By Lauren Henry Horsham Islamic Welfare Association has extended its hand in friendship – inviting the public to an open day at the Wimmera’s first mosque.

Oct 1 2014 / No Comment / Read More

Cubs scouting for more members

CUBOREE: Horsham Cubs joined others Cubs at a camp at Gembrook over the school holidays.

The 2nd Horsham Cub Scouts will host a series of free ‘come and try’ nights starting next Wednesday.

Oct 1 2014 / No Comment / Read More

Craft from the heart at church’s first market

Horsham Uniting Church will host a craft market and expo at the Uniting Church Hall on October 10 and 11, to coincide with the Spring Garden Festival.

Oct 1 2014 / No Comment / Read More

On your bike, get set, go ride Arapiles

Cyclists are gearing up for an Arapiles Cycling Event on Sunday.

Oct 1 2014 / No Comment / Read More
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Sport

On your bike, get set, go ride Arapiles

Cyclists are gearing up for an Arapiles Cycling Event on Sunday.

Oct 1 2014 / No Comment / Read More

Leaving his run late

LATE FORM: Sven O’Flynn took out the Chris Blake Handicap last Saturday.

Enigmatic runner Sven O’Flynn bemoaned the fact that he’d found the form so late in the season to win a race last Saturday – his first with the Stawell Amateur Athletic Club since 2010.

Oct 1 2014 / No Comment / Read More

Spring Carnival racing at Murtoa

READY TO RACE: Stawell trainer Karina O’Sullivan with Avighna who will race at the Murtoa races on Saturday. Karina and Terry O’Sullivan will also race Bunchloch in Saturday’s cup race. 
Picture: CAITLIN MARTIN

Murtoa Cup Day on Saturday is the first country meeting of the Spring Carnival and co-incides with the town’s Big Weekend.

Oct 1 2014 / No Comment / Read More
Opinion

Potential in plastics

By DEAN LAWSON If we were to try to isolate the most influential product created by modern-day humans it would be hard to look beyond plastic.

Sep 24 2014 / No Comment / Read More

Government first-aid training makes sense

By DEAN LAWSON A State Government plan to spend more than $20-million on making first-aid training part of the Victorian secondary school curriculum will be money well spent if it happens.

Sep 17 2014 / No Comment / Read More

Refugees present a fresh opportunity

By DEAN LAWSON Hindmarsh Shire Council mayor Rob Gersch has hit the proverbial nail on the head in emphasising the value of simple numbers when it comes to preserving regional municipalities.

Sep 10 2014 / No Comment / Read More
Food & Wine Horsham College students, from left, Emily Hannan, Meg Ballinger, Ally Hiscock, Bree Netherway and Kaylee Schmidt are busy preparing Horsham Showground’s historic stables for a Dinner in the Stables event. Picture: MICK SHANNON

Dinner in stables

Five year-nine Horsham College students at Horsham College have been busy preparing for a unique community project to support this year’s Horsham Show.

Sep 3 2014 / Read More
Health & Lifestyle BABY BONANZA: Nurse Tarie Mazikana and son Tinozonga eight months.

Mallee baby boom

Although playing havoc with staffing, Rural Northwest Health’s Hopetoun campus has welcomed a baby boom.

Oct 1 2014 / Read More
Environment

1000 trout released in Wimmera lakes

Marma Lake at Murtoa, Minyip Wetlands, Nhill Lake and Police Paddocks at Horsham will be stocked with rainbow trout for the school holidays.

Oct 1 2014 / Read More
Politics

Projects in the pipeline

Deputy Premier Peter Ryan will visit the Wimmera on Friday to announce funding for significant Wimmera projects.

Oct 1 2014 / Read More
Arts Entertainment

Craft from the heart at church’s first market

Horsham Uniting Church will host a craft market and expo at the Uniting Church Hall on October 10 and 11, to coincide with the Spring Garden Festival.

Oct 1 2014 / Read More
Business & Finance

Expert advice is worth every cent

Financial planning is about establishing a long-term strategy to secure your financial future with the lifestyle and living standards you desire.

Oct 2 2014 / Read More
To The Editor

Wind farm issue

SIR – re: the recent article printed in The Weekly Advertiser I believe that it is in the public interest that a balanced point-of-view is put forward.

Oct 1 2014 / Read More
Agriculture WALK AND TALK: BCG and Agritech are hosting a crop walk in Nhill next Wednesday.

Spring crop walk at Nhill

BCG will host a spring crop walk and spray workshop at Nhill’s BCG-Agritech Rural research site next Wednesday.

Oct 1 2014 / Read More
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