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Archive for: March, 2017

PHOTOS | Crazy hair at Holy Trinity Lutheran School

Gemma Freijah at Holy Trinity Lutheran School's Crazy Hair Day.

Students at Horsham’s Holy Trinity Lutheran School went crazy… with hair for the school’s Crazy Hair Day. Pictures: PAUL CARRACHER

Lee Kernaghan to headline 2018 Lake Charlegrark Music Marathon

Highly decorated Australian country music star Lee Kernaghan will be the headline act at next year’s Lake Charlegrark Country Music Marathon. Marathon officials have confirmed arrangements with the artist, credited with reinvigorating Australian country music in the 1990s. Kernaghan is responsible for country music anthems including The Outback Club and Boys from the Bush. The […]

Bella Fort continues family tradition at Natimuk Show

FAMILY TRADITION: Natimuk’s Glenys Fort and grand-daughter Bella Fort entered several items in Natimuk Show  competitions this year. The pair enjoyed success throughout the day.

Despite growing up in a generation of convenience, Natimuk teenager Bella Fort has a strong appreciation of both the efforts and rewards of ‘old-fashioned’ cooking.

My Patch: Rush on for sowing season

With April just around the corner, the rush is on to get paddocks prepared and inputs home and on farm in preparation for the 2017 sowing period.

Wimmera wool producers visit China

Wimmera graziers have been among Australian woolgrowers to gain first-hand insight into the Chinese wool industry during an Australian Wool Innovation trip to China. Self-funding their trip, woolgrowers from every state toured and met officials from key vertical mills such as Nanshan and Sunshine, key processors such as Tianyu and knitting facilities such as the […]

Back-to-back Ces Hopper medals for Homers’ Simon Hopper

Simon Hopper has continued to cement himself as the dominating all-rounder in Horsham Cricket Association by winning back-to-back Cec Hopper Medals. The Homers opening batsman and off-spin bowler scored 669 runs, took 21 wickets and held eight catches in the home-and-away season to narrowly win the award. Including the finals, Hopper overall made 850 runs […]

PHOTOS | Homers win Horsham Cricket Association 2016-17 A Grade premiership

Eddie Landwehr gets Adam Carter caught behind, Horsham Cricket Association A Grade Grand Final,  Homers vs Rup-Minyip.

Left-arm swing bowler Eddie Landwehr was the unsung hero among the stars in a comprehensive Homers victory in Horsham Cricket Association’s A Grade grand final.

Shearing and drugs don’t mix: PETA erects billboard in Horsham

A drug-themed billboard urging wool workers to report animal abuse has been erected in Horsham. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals – PETA – placed the billboard, which features the warning ‘Shearing and drugs don’t mix’, with the aim of curbing animal abuse in the wool industry. The advertisement, in Dooen Road, features the […]

2017 HDFNL COUNTDOWN: Harrow-Balmoral Southern Roos on a mission

What do you get when you combine speed, a fresh attacking philosophy and raw desire to win a premiership?

2017 HDFNL COUNTDOWN: Harrow-Balmoral Southern Roos chase back-to-back netball flags

Harrow-Balmoral has its sights set on back-to-back Horsham District A Grade flags in 2017, albeit with a significantly different line-up.


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