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Archive for: April, 2017

HDFNL | Heavyweights Southern Mallee Giants, Harrow-Balmoral set for mighty clash

Hamish Exell tackles Sam McClure. Kalkee vs Edenhope-Apsley.

Horsham District Football Netball League foundations are set to shudder under the weight of intensity when two premiership hopefuls clash in the southern Mallee this weekend.

Anzac Day – A day to honour people, not war: Brigadier Marcus Thompson

Major Dave Ellis leads the Anzac Day Parade in Horsham.

Brigadier Marcus Thompson has encouraged Horsham district residents to use Anzac Day as an opportunity to invigorate national spirit and pride.

Horsham Rural City Council releases 2017-18 draft budget

Horsham Rural City Council has called on residents and ratepayers to provide feedback on the municipality’s 2017-draft budget, which includes a two-percent rate rise and an $18.28-million capital works program. The two-percent rise is in accordance with the State Government’s decision to cap rate rises at a maximum of two percent for 2017-18. The council […]

AgLife| Burning a part of farming: David Jochinke

Victorian farmers leader David Jochinke is confident the benefits of widespread strategic paddock burn-offs across the region’s grain belt heavily outweigh costs.

WNA | Round to set Wimmera netball scene

Emma Koschitzke, WE, Dimboola v Warrack Eagles.

Wimmera Netball Association fans will keep a close eye on action this weekend in games set to be an early teaser of a competitive year.

HDFNL | Laharum recruit bolsters team’s chances against Natimuk United

Natimuk United has had the wood over Horsham District league opponent Laharum for the past few seasons, but the Demons hope a new recruit will help the A Grade side reverse its fortunes this year.

PHOTOS | Apple cider making workshop

Amber Schellens tries some apple juice at Horsham Urban Landcare apple crushing in preparation for making cider.

Wimmera people gathered at Horsham Showgrounds for a cider brewing session organised by Horsham Urban Landcare.

Emma Kealy: Port money could end wait

Member for Lowan Emma Kealy believes three decades is a long enough wait for improvements to rail passenger services west of Ararat. She called on the State Government to include an upgrade for the service by spending $370-million from the sale of the Port of Melbourne to improve passenger rail across western Victoria. “The Nationals […]

Horsham’s Ella Walsgott, Miette Hopper represent state

Talented Horsham youngsters Ella Walsgott and Miette Hopper have returned home after representing Victoria at national level. Ella, 13, participated in the inaugural Australian Schools Triathlon Festival in Penrith, New South Wales, finishing 29th in the country in the junior female category. Her mother, Katie Walsgott, said the Victorian team finished fourth overall, with Queensland […]

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