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Scholarship win for Katie

Yarroweyah's Katie Anderson will be heading to Wisconsin in ...

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Scholarship win for Katie

River remains in minor flood

Minor flood levels for the region along the Murray River rem ...

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River remains in minor flood

Making a point for change

Former Moira Shire mayor Marie Martin will be running in the ...

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Making a point for change

Monk standing a third time

Cobram’s Alex Monk will be hoping to continue serving the co ...

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Monk standing a third time
  • Scholarship win for Katie

    Scholarship win for Katie LACHLAN SHARP | Yarroweyah's Katie Anderson will be heading to Wisconsin in the United States after winning the Dairy Youth Travel Scholarship.
  • River remains in minor flood

    River remains in minor flood JENNA BISHOP | Minor flood levels for the region along the Murray River remain current, despite a slight drop in river heights.
  • Making a point for change

    Making a point for change LACHLAN SHARP | Former Moira Shire mayor Marie Martin will be running in the upcoming council election.
  • Monk standing a third time

    Monk standing a third time JENNA BISHOP | Cobram’s Alex Monk will be hoping to continue serving the community after announcing she’ll be running for a tilt at a third term on Moira Shire Council.
  • Drum explains his journey

    Drum explains his journey LACHLAN SHARP | Damian Drum described himself as an ‘‘accidental politician’’ during his maiden speech in Canberra last week as the newly elected Member for Murray.
  • Rice donation boosts help to farmers

    Rice donation boosts help to farmers LACHLAN SHARP | Struggling dairy farmers will receive a boost in their pantry cupboards soon as five pallets of rice were donated for the cause.
  • Pipe band celebrates 60 years

    Pipe band celebrates 60 years LACHLAN SHARP | The Melbourne Olympics were held in 1956 and television first hit Australia that same year, and in the small northern Victorian town of Cobram, a pipe band was born.
  • On track for high speed rail

    On track for high speed rail JENNA BISHOP | The first stages of the development of a proposed high-speed rail network through the region linking Melbourne, Canberra and Sydney could be only a few years away, a meeting in Tocumwal heard.
  • McCurdy supports camping at Scotts Beach

    McCurdy supports camping at Scotts Beach LACHLAN SHARP | State Member for Ovens Valley Tim McCurdy has given his support to camping at Scotts Beach in Cobram.
  • Keen for shire to be a better place

    Keen for shire to be a better place LACHLAN SHARP | Don McPhee will be seeking another term on the Moira Shire council this year as the elections approach.
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