Some of the heavy lifting has started on the project to upgrade the railway bridge over the Broken River at Kialla.JENNA BISHOP April 19, 2014 4:31am
The project comprises the construction of new piers and installation of cross-head beams adjacent to and underneath the existing bridge.
Reinforced concrete piers will then replace the old timber bridge supports.
The work is being done during an Easter works blitz that has shut down trains on the Shepparton and Seymour lines, with regular services replaced by buses.
Train track, level crossing, platform extension and bridge works along the line are timed to coincide with a traditionally quiet time for rail travel.
V/Line has dedicated $3
The bridge upgrades will prevent the need for future speed restrictions and improve train reliability.
During an 11-day period from April 7 to 17, major works were also done on the $4.8
Emergency services are attending a gas leak on Casey St in Tatura.
Yarrawonga Pigeons dynamo Craig Ednie has won his third consecutive and seventh in total Chronicle Award after another brilliant season in the Ovens and Murray Football League.
It has been a successful year for Bega Cheese, which reflects on Tatura Milk Industries, with chair Barry Irvin announcing recently that Bega Cheese’s normalised earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation was $55.7 million and normalised profit after tax of $22 million.
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Three Cobram teens have been arrested by police after they allegedly stole tractors from Cobram and Tocumwal and caused about $30 000 in damage.
Rhinos make strong impression in MVCA’s division one comp.
Free entry is being offered at this year’s annual Lancefield Show to support the fire ravaged community.
The Catholic Education Office will provide assistance to any refugees from Syria and Iraq who wish to settle in the Sandhurst Diocese.
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