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Archive for: October, 2015

Stawell Wildcats coach calls for improvement ahead of double-header

Wimmera Football League

Stawell Wildcats coach Ben Leslie hopes the disappointment of last week’s loss to Wimmera rivals Horsham Hornets will spark an improved performance from his charges at the weekend.

A lazy Sunday afternoon in the vines

Wimmera Health Care Group Friends of the Foundation will host a Wines in the Vines fundraising event at Norton Estate. Organisers have invited people to enjoy a ‘lazy Sunday afternoon’ on November 15, sampling fine food and wine among the grape vines at Norton Estate. Wines in the Vines follows a similar vein to the […]

Positive parenting a focus at new Wimmera parenting centre

Member for Lowan Emma Kealy and Horsham Mayor Mark Radford will officially open Wimmera Uniting Care’s Early Parenting Centre in Horsham on Friday. The Early Parenting Centre, at 8 Darlot Street Horsham, aims to enhance parenting skills and strengthen bonds between parents and their children. Parents and their pre-school children are able to access various […]

Horsham’s Rainbow Storm wins $60,000 Hamilton Cup

BEFORE THE BARRIER: Horsham galloper Rainbow Storm has added the Hamilton Cup to his trophy cabinet after an impressive display on Sunday.

Historic Great Western winery to close

Twenty-five people at Seppelt’s Great Western site will lose their jobs after the winery’s owner announced a restructure of its Australian and New Zealand operations. Treasury Estate Wines has confirmed it will close the Great Western cellar door by the end of June 2016. Chief supply officer Bob Spooner said the company would cease wine-making […]

Stawell’s Josie Joynson remains positive through breast cancer journey

POSITIVE: Josie and Michael Joynson reflect on Josie’s breast cancer journey. Picture: SARAH SCULLY

Stawell’s Josie Joynson is no stranger to beating the odds.

Melbourne Vixen Kelsey Browne encourages Wimmera students to keep active

Melbourne Vixen Kelsey Browne encouraged female students to reap the benefits of physical activity, during a Wimmera Regional Sports Assembly program at Horsham College.

Horsham gymnast Hudson Irwin in Australian team

Horsham gymnast Hudson Irwin is bound for Europe after winning selection in an Australian team.

Go crazy for Frinj festival at Natimuk

ECLECTIC: Kritta will return to the Nati Frinj Festival for the third time, performing at Natimuk Hotel, from 10pm to late on Friday.

Organisers of the 2015 Biennial Nati Frinj Festival this weekend have encouraged people to ‘get curious, adventurous and even a little crazy’. They have asked patrons to use the opportunity to see artists from ‘every imaginable genre’ to step outside their comfort zones, take a walk on the wild side and choose their own adventure […]

Mitre 10 scores narrow win in Stawell tennis competition

David O Jones Mitre 10 scored a narrow round-three win in Stawell Tennis Club’s Friday night competition, beating Crowe Horwath by a solitary game.

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