In today's print edition of The News, a pair of Nathalia Secondary College teachers share the impact of attending the scene of a crash involving one of their students.December 14, 2012 4:10am
Nathalia Secondary College science and biology teacher Marcus Cook and principal John Sciacca were first on the scene of the accident.
Today’s print edition of The News features Nathalia Secondary College principal John Sciacca and teacher Marcus Cook in part three of the Christmas road toll campaign.
They speak about dealing with the effects of road trauma and the impacts on a community.
Shepparton police continue to plead with the community to pay attention while on the roads and not to take unnecessary risks.
The News agrees with their message — we want to stop local people dying on local roads.
Greater Shepparton policing area’s road toll stands at 13 this year.
The Victorian road toll stands at 269, two less than at the same time last year.
In the coming weeks, The News will speak to victims of road trauma and emergency services personnel.
Today’s story is by News reporter Kaitlin Thals.
A man was treated for chemical inhalation and taken to hospital this morning.
In a day made for football at the sun-bathed Lavington Sports Club Oval the 2015 Yarrawonga Under 16 Pigeons showed their class with a comprehensive victory in the AWJFL Grand Final against Wodonga.
Tatura and Murchison SES Units were two of 28 Victorian State Emergency Service volunteer units to receive new equipment recently, as part of the annual AAMI equipment handover program.
With no luxury of a double chance available to either of them, Moama coach Simon Maddox and his Tongala counterpart David Newman know that a loss in Sunday’s first semi-final will mean the end of season 2015.
ROCHESTER police say hoon drivers and anyone disobeying road laws should prepare to lose their car.
Young Bombers pull off last quarter comeback to win under-16 premiership.
More news as the Seymour Show edges closer.
Berrigan public decides drainage works location
A THREE-MONTH-OLD girl from Heathcote who died on Sunday night did not have any physical signs of injuries when ambulance arrived, according to police.
Cobram Barooga leaders and tourism operators have welcomed the launch of a new tourism strategy focusing on events, which aims to attract more people to the Murray River.
Cancer claims one of its fiercest combatants.
Water allocations were increased in the Goulburn-Murray Water region today.
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