Emma Barnes makes holding onto a rope behind a boat which is roaring through the water at rapid speeds look effortless.
There was to be no fairytale finish for Echuca’s Jess Pearse and 99 Psycho Clowns.
Echuca’s Lloyd Woolman had a topsy-turvy opening day to the Southern 80.
Beholden with guiding 99 Psycho Clowns’ superclass hull home on Saturday, Echuca’s Jess Pearse experienced a swift introduction to the Southern 80’s most hotly-contested division.
What does Echuca’s Zac Welch prefer, driving or skiing behind the old man in The Mistress?
Clifford Bamford gets around — Southern 80 style.
For Echuca’s Charley Apps, her fifth Southern 80 was over as quickly as it started.
Patrons lined the banks of the Vic Park as early as 8:30 on Saturday morning, eagerly anticipating what the next two days of racing had in store.
Echuca’s Adam Reid flew the district flag as Temper tore through the Murray waters to smash a record in the disabled class.
Echuca’s Tony Larmer might have been observing the oldest and smallest boat in the unlimited inboard social, but she still has some kick.
Katunga winemaker Carlo Monichino lived life to the fullest and proved that anything was possible with hard work and a dream.
Although still not at their best, Mulwala have finished on top of the Murray League ladder after a comfortable victory over Cobram.
Gwen Ranson was presented with Life Membership of the Rodney Branch of the Country Women’s Association of Victoria by state president Machelle Crichton at the recent Goulburn Valley West Group conference in Stanhope.
TWO Echuca firefighters will race up 28 floors — dressed in full uniform — on Saturday to raise money for cancer research and treatment.
THE humble vanilla slice is widely recognised as an Australian icon.
Young Bombers pull off last quarter comeback to win under-16 premiership.
A leading union official certainly thinks so.
Berrigan public decides drainage works location
OUTSIDE the Locker Room is an event aimed at helping local sportsmen, aged 16-25, to understand and respond to problems and personal struggles outside the sporting arena.
Handymen and creative builders will now have a safer space to work in after a donation allowed the Cobram Men’s Shed to invest in a defibrillator.
Cancer claims one of its fiercest combatants.
Water allocations were increased in the Goulburn-Murray Water region today.
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