Two brothers from Colac were fortunate to avoid injury after a crash at Baddaginnie yesterday.December 10, 2012 4:27am
Two brothers from Colac walked away unscathed after rolling their car at Baddaginnie, south-west of Benalla, on Saturday morning.
Euroa police Leading Senior Constable Simon Hutchings said a white Navara utility was travelling north on the Hume Fwy, near the Baddaginnie turn-off, when the vehicle allegedly veered onto the side of the road and struck a road sign.
Leading Sen Const Hutchings said the vehicle rolled and came to rest at the side of the road about 2
He said one of the men, 24, was picked up by a passing truck driver near the Euroa roadhouse, who drove the man to Euroa Police Station. He said the other man, 27, made his way back to Colac by train.
The community of Girgarre is ready to realise its musical dreams after receiving a $350 000 Victoria Government Small Town Transformation grant.
Three Yarrawonga footballers have excelled at interleague level, representing the Ovens and Murray against Hampden in Warrnambool on Saturday.
The Aboriginal and wider community is mourning the death of revered Bangerang Aboriginal elder, Uncle John ‘‘Sandy’’ Atkinson.
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THE Corop Cemetery Trust volunteers are grateful for the volunteer-work from a regional vineyard.
Kyabram Football Club will host a family day next weekend.
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RENEWAL works have resumed on the Coliban Main Channel this month.
For most 10-year-olds, mischievous isn’t a word often found in their vocabulary, let alone having the ability to spell it correctly. But for Cobram Anglican Grammar Year 5 student Cadence Pang, it’s all in a day’s work.
Local owners stoked with horses success.
Campaspe Shire Council has estimated the direct economic impact to dairy farmers of reduced milk prices at $59 million.
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