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Promoted: Damian Drum has a plan to fix problems

One message has come through loud and clear to me during thi ...

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Promoted: Damian Drum has a plan to fix problems

Mugs, stubby holders help farmers

Udderly delightful merchandise will be on offer around the C ...

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Mugs, stubby holders help farmers

Have a pie for a mate

If you are in the mood for a warm treat next Friday and want ...

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Have a pie for a mate

Sleepover raises funds

Year 6 students at Barooga Public School have done what few ...

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Sleepover raises funds
  • Promoted: Damian Drum has a plan to fix problems

    Promoted: Damian Drum has a plan to fix problems One message has come through loud and clear to me during this long campaign
  • Mugs, stubby holders help farmers

    Mugs, stubby holders help farmers JENNA BISHOP | Udderly delightful merchandise will be on offer around the Cobram district to help support dairy farmers facing tough times after suppliers Murray Goulburn and Fonterra announced price cuts.
  • Have a pie for a mate

    Have a pie for a mate LACHLAN SHARP | If you are in the mood for a warm treat next Friday and want to get involved in the recent push to aid struggling dairy farmers, then Ambience Bakery Cafe will have you covered.
  • Sleepover raises funds

    Sleepover raises funds LACHLAN SHARP | Year 6 students at Barooga Public School have done what few other children would dream of — have a sleepover at the school.
  • Major upgrade for Irvin House

    Major upgrade for Irvin House JENNA BISHOP | Cobram District Health’s Irvin House will receive a long-awaited refurbishment, with works on the project, totalling hundreds of thousands of dollars, to begin later this year.
  • Boost for new library

    Boost for new library JENNA BISHOP | A significant donation from Cobram’s RACV Resort will mean a major step towards completion for the new, modern Cobram Library.
  • Ready to party

    Ready to party JENNA BISHOP | The Cobram Barooga Apex Club's annual Pickers and Packers Charity Ball this weekend is expected to bring in tens of thousands of dollars to the community.
  • Fire theft is ‘low blow’

    Fire theft is ‘low blow’ JENNA BISHOP | A heartless theft from a volunteer-based organisation has left members of the Barooga Rural Fire Service bitterly disappointed.
  • Sowing for a better future

    Sowing for a better future JENNA BISHOP | Cobram Football Netball Club is hoping many big things will grow from little seeds as part of a fundraising drive to develop a new clubhouse at Scott Oval.
  • Warning to be prepared for fires in winter

    Warning to be prepared for fires in winter LACHLAN SHARP | The Victorian Government today has launched a new digital campaign to drive down the number of preventable fires in homes across Victoria.
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