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Archive for: June, 2017

Murtoa’s Mitchell Cutter-Rabl to play cricket for Australia

Mitchell Cutter-Rabl.

Former Murtoa resident Mitchell Cutter-Rabl will play cricket for Australia after winning selection in a squad bound for the United Kingdom. Cutter-Rabl is among a 14-player squad preparing for the INAS Tri-Nations Series in Cheshire, England. The tournament, from July 9 to 23, will bring together the best cricketers with an intellectual disability from Australia, […]

PHOTOS | STORY| Horsham Saints girls primed for historic female football finals

HOT TIPS:  Moana Hope, second from left, gives Horsham Saints players Kayetlan Harris, Bree Netherway, Katie Morris and Ella Caris some tips before the girls take on Hamilton in a Deakin University Female Football League grand final. Picture: PAUL CARRACHER

Horsham Saints will look to write their name into the history books when they meet Hamilton in the inaugural Deakin University Female Football League grand final on Sunday.

WFL : Warrack Eagles, Stawell Warriors eye off critical third spot

Warrack Eagles will attempt to take a mighty step in efforts to stake an early claim on a Wimmera Football League finals double chance when they travel to Murtoa on Saturday.

WNA: Versatility key for Wimmera netball success

We’ve seen it in the 2017 Super Netball competition, and we must see it more in Wimmera netball. Versatility will win games.

HDFNL: Natimuk United, Harrow-Balmoral do battle for second spot in A Grade

Natimuk United will be out to upset second-placed Harrow-Balmoral in Horsham District league’s A Grade match of the round on Saturday.

Grease is the word at St Brigid’s College

St Brigid's College's production of Grease.

Excitement is building at Horsham’s St Brigid’s College as students prepare for the biggest production in the school’s history. The college will present Grease in Horsham Town Hall next month. Producer Rachel McGennisken said Horsham Arts Council life member Gerry Nicholls was on board to direct his first production in five years. “He has been […]

Kindness of strangers brings joy in Brax Patterson’s final days

Brax Patterson has an aggressive terminal brain tumour.

Horsham’s Lee Patterson has a simple but firm rule for her household: No crying.

Gymbowen’s Glenn Rowe comes to the rescue

Gymbowen farmer Glenn Rowe saved his dog Jack by giving him mouth-to-snout resuscitation.

Gymbowen farmer Glenn Rowe is a firm believer in the adage a good working dog is worth two men – if not more.

Ararat Wind Farm developer turns focus to Murra Warra project

Ararat 800 PS students at Ararat Wind Farm opening.

The renewable-energy developer responsible for establishing Ararat Wind Farm will now turn its full attention to a project on the Wimmera plains north of Horsham.

HDFNL : Pacesetters Southern Mallee Giants gain distance on field

One has broken away, another is nipping at its heels in second place, a third is almost on the pace, a midfield peloton is holding steady and the stragglers have fallen off the pace.


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