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Neeve Kelly at an Indonesian Festival at Ss Michael and John's Primary School. Students participated in dance, drama, art and cooking workshops.

PHOTOS: Indonesian Festival at Ss Michael and John’s Primary School

Students at Ss Michael and John’s Primary School in Horsham enjoyed learning about Indonesian culture this week.

Jul 21 2017 / No Comment / Read More
EMU IN THE SKY _ WINNER

PHOTOS: Night sky image snares national photography prize for Baillie Farley

Baillie Farley’s fascination with capturing images of the night sky has led to him winning a major national photographic competition.

Jul 19 2017 / No Comment / Read More
PREPARATION: Horsham College students, from left, Julia Gasparini, Emma Naylor, Josie Thomas, Katianna Grosser, Lily Materne, Yasinta Grosser and Catherine Beltz, rehearse for the college’s September production of Legally Blonde Junior. Pictures: PAUL CARRACHER

It’s show time… almost for Horsham College’s Legally Blonde Junior

The countdown is on for Horsham College staff and students involved in the school’s latest production, Legally Blonde Junior.

Jul 19 2017 / No Comment / Read More

Golden anniversary for Horsham’s Hermans family business

Horsham’s Hermans Interiors is celebrating 50 years of servicing the Wimmera community.

Jul 19 2017 / No Comment / Read More
OFF-ROAD: A driver churns through the dust in the Australian Off Road Championships’ Finke Desert Race leg in central Australia. 
Picture: MATTHEW DANIELE

Rainbow Desert Enduro green light

Australia’s leading off-road car-racing enthusiasts are set to push highly modified vehicles to the limit in the southern Mallee town of Rainbow next month.

Jul 19 2017 / No Comment / Read More
Aki Boyd and Jeng Sanders an Oasis Wimmera Japanese cultural event at Horsham Salvation Army Hall.

PHOTOS: A taste of Japan from Oasis Wimmera

CULTURAL SHOWCASE: Karim Matsuda and Emi Kamataki prepare green tea at an Oasis Wimmera Japanese cultural event at Horsham Salvation Army Hall on Saturday.

Jul 19 2017 / No Comment / Read More
Community

PHOTOS: Indonesian Festival at Ss Michael and John’s Primary School

Neeve Kelly at an Indonesian Festival at Ss Michael and John's Primary School. Students participated in dance, drama, art and cooking workshops.

Students at Ss Michael and John’s Primary School in Horsham enjoyed learning about Indonesian culture this week.

Jul 21 2017 / No Comment / Read More

Golden anniversary for Horsham’s Hermans family business

Horsham’s Hermans Interiors is celebrating 50 years of servicing the Wimmera community.

Jul 19 2017 / No Comment / Read More

PHOTOS: A taste of Japan from Oasis Wimmera

Aki Boyd and Jeng Sanders an Oasis Wimmera Japanese cultural event at Horsham Salvation Army Hall.

CULTURAL SHOWCASE: Karim Matsuda and Emi Kamataki prepare green tea at an Oasis Wimmera Japanese cultural event at Horsham Salvation Army Hall on Saturday.

Jul 19 2017 / No Comment / Read More

We Love Ararat

The historic regional city of Ararat sits at a pivotal junction between the Wimmera, Pyrenees and Western District and has long had a reputation as the south-east gateway to the Grampians.

Jul 19 2017 / No Comment / Read More

Horsham councillors take stand on bypass

Horsham Rural City Council has returned to its ‘original position’ on a Western Highway bypass of the city following heated debate at a meeting on Monday night.

Jul 19 2017 / No Comment / Read More

Horsham SES open day for 50th birthday

Horsham SES member Jarrod McLean shows Archie, Tom and Stella Sostheim some equipment at a SES 50th birthday open day in Horsham.

SHOWCASE: Horsham State Emergency Service members invited the community to celebrate the unit’s 50th year of service at an open day on Sunday.

Jul 19 2017 / No Comment / Read More

VFF fronts Ararat rates commission

Farmers account for less than 13 percent of the total Ararat economic output but would contribute more than half of the $14-million the council expects to earn in rates under its plan to scrap a differential rating strategy, a State…

Jul 19 2017 / No Comment / Read More
Sport

Mitch Creek to play for Australian Boomers in Asian Cup basketball tournament

Mitch Creek.

Horsham basketball export Mitch Creek has realised one of his basketballing dreams and will represent Australia in the 2017 FIBA Asia Cup in Lebanon in August.

Jul 24 2017 / No Comment / Read More

PHOTOS: WFL and HDFNL action from July 22, 2017

Ash Clugston. Southern Mallee Giants vs Jeparit-Rainbow.

Action from this week’s rounds of Wimmera Football League and Horsham and District Football Leagues.

Jul 22 2017 / No Comment / Read More

Horsham’s Joel Emmett to represent Australia at World Dwarf Games

MULTI-TALENTED: Horsham’s Joel Emmett is set to represent Australia at the 7th World Dwarf Games in Canada. 
Pictures: PAUL CARRACHER

Horsham’s Joel Emmett will don the green and gold to represent Australia at the 7th World Dwarf Games in Canada.

Jul 19 2017 / No Comment / Read More
Opinion

EDITORIAL: Regional growth: It’s in our own hands

Many of us can’t help but respond with bemusement at the degree of ignorance many international visitors have in reference to Australia.

Jul 19 2017 / No Comment / Read More

EDITORIAL: Bulgana project a major victory

We can talk forever about and promote idealistic notions of industry and value-adding project potential.

Jun 28 2017 / No Comment / Read More

EDITORIAL : Do we bin it or is there an alternative?

Anyone involved in, who observed closely or reported on the recycling revolution of the 1980s would have noted that society needed to jump large hurdles for the concept to become a reality.

Jun 21 2017 / No Comment / Read More
Food & Wine

Action aplenty at Apsley

Apsley Racing Club is gearing up for its annual Sunday celebration of all things Apsley.

May 24 2017 / Read More
Health & Lifestyle Aki Boyd and Jeng Sanders an Oasis Wimmera Japanese cultural event at Horsham Salvation Army Hall.

PHOTOS: A taste of Japan from Oasis Wimmera

CULTURAL SHOWCASE: Karim Matsuda and Emi Kamataki prepare green tea at an Oasis Wimmera Japanese cultural event at Horsham Salvation Army Hall on Saturday.

Jul 19 2017 / Read More
Environment EMU IN THE SKY _ WINNER

PHOTOS: Night sky image snares national photography prize for Baillie Farley

Baillie Farley’s fascination with capturing images of the night sky has led to him winning a major national photographic competition.

Jul 19 2017 / Read More
Politics

Colleen White appointed interim chief executive of Ararat Rural City Council

Colleen White will take over as interim Ararat Rural City Council chief executive on Saturday.

Jul 5 2017 / Read More
Arts Entertainment EMU IN THE SKY _ WINNER

PHOTOS: Night sky image snares national photography prize for Baillie Farley

Baillie Farley’s fascination with capturing images of the night sky has led to him winning a major national photographic competition.

Jul 19 2017 / Read More
Business & Finance

Golden anniversary for Horsham’s Hermans family business

Horsham’s Hermans Interiors is celebrating 50 years of servicing the Wimmera community.

Jul 19 2017 / Read More
To The Editor

Community members voice their concerns about Horsham bypass

Horsham Rural City Council has come under fire from the community over its handling of a proposed city bypass and multi-use sports stadium.

Jul 11 2017 / Read More
Agriculture

Scholarship opportunity for young farmers

Young farmers across the Lowan electorate are encouraged to apply for scholarships aimed at helping them succeed in their food and fibre career.

Jul 19 2017 / Read More
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