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Nine months, 3500km, Brocko is home

IT TOOK nine months and nearly 3500km on his trusty paddlebo ...

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Nine months, 3500km, Brocko is home

Hairs to a generous donation

A TORRUMBARRY woman who donated more than 35cm of her hair t ...

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Hairs to a generous donation

Dad is kicking goals

AFTER an eventful Saturday which saw Nathan O’Callaghan welc ...

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Dad is kicking goals

Feeling forever young

MAE Vincent does not feel any older than when she first met ...

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Feeling forever young
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Group fosters more support

ANIMAL lovers are being called on to become foster carers for homeless pets in the district.

Saturday, September 5, 2015

Mayor keen to hear views on gay marriage

By Tyla Harrington

SHOULD Campaspe Shire council have a position on gay marriage?

Friday, September 4, 2015

Fears water price will send farmers broke

By Tyla Harrington

VICTORIAN Farmers Federation west Goulburn president Wade Northausen believes many of the region’s irrigation and dairy farmers will declare bankruptcy this year because of ongoing high water costs and poor government policies.

Thursday, September 3, 2015

Mental health issue reaches record heights

By Lana Murphy

CHILDREN are experiencing mental health problems in record numbers.

Thursday, September 3, 2015

VCAT approves new phone tower plans

By Tyla Harrington

ECHUCA’S Jennafer Whelan is broken by the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal’s decision to allow Telstra to build a 35m mobile phone tower near her Warren St home.

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Charity begins on the 28th floor for firefighters

Charity begins on the 28th floor for firefighters
By Rusty Woodger

TWO Echuca firefighters will race up 28 floors — dressed in full uniform — on Saturday to raise money for cancer research and treatment.

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Environmental Protection Agency Victoria fines Echuca abattoir

By Tyla Harrington

RIVERSIDE Meats Echuca has been fined more than $7500 for failing to have ‘‘adequate back-up measures’’ in place to prevent waste water escaping from a tank at its site.

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Echuca-Moama bridge plans hit the streets

Echuca-Moama bridge plans hit the streets
By Tyla Harrington

A SECOND community drop-in session is on tomorrow, allowing people to see the final environmental reports for Echuca-Moama’s second Murray River crossing.

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

The drive to help out

The drive to help out
By Lana Murphy

CAMPASPE’S meals on wheels volunteers deserve to be celebrated.

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

The vacant block that court Mr Walsh’s eye

The vacant block that court Mr Walsh’s eye
By Rusty Woodger

MEMBER for Murray Plains Peter Walsh believes Echuca Magistrates Court should move to a permanent home on a green field site opposite Echuca’s new police station.

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Modern twist on a classic tale

Modern twist on a classic tale
By Rusty Woodger

TEN months of training for an Echuca College stage production will all come down to five shows this week.

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