More than 1000 people gathered yesterday at St Augustine’s Anglican Church to farewell Mr Shepparton, W.B. ‘‘Bill’’ Hunter, and to give thanks for a life full of friendship, faith, generosity, public service and kindness.
Shepparton’s father figure Bill Hunter died peacefully on Friday afternoon aged 92 having lived as full a life as could be imagined.
Graeme Jennings dedicated his life to helping the communities he lived in. He died at the age of 65 in April.
Les Mogg earned respect from more than just his players as Cobram Football Club coach. The club legend died at a Cobram hospital on Wednesday afternoon after battling brain cancer. He was 82.
Ros Nethersole died at the age of 45 after an asthma attack and family and friends have paid tribute a woman who led change in the community.
Taylor Farley was a quiet achiever who everyone knew. The 16-year-old Shepparton Pony Club level one rider was described by her family as modest and determined, with an honest heart.
Numurkah boy Sam Cason, 11, died last month in a quad bike accident on a Katunga dairy farm. His parents, Dean and Emily Cason, plan to spread the workplace safety message to spare others their distress.
Numurkah schoolmates remember 11-year-old Sam Cason who was killed in a quad bike accident
Emergency services have urged residents to properly number their properties and familiarise themselves with their street address to make it as easy as possible for crews to find the locations of jobs.
The Australian Cricket Association has made the decision to postpone the Masters events scheduled for Yarrawonga this weekend in light of the serious injury to Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes.
Last week Victorian Collections passed a major milestone, with the 50000th historical object record from the state’s heritage collections uploaded to the site.
Goulburn Murray Cricket players will soldier on tomorrow as the sporting world reels from the shock death of Phil Hughes.
Rochester Elmore District Health Service’s board of management chair Tim Fulton has presented Gayle McConnell and Heather Oliver with long service awards.
Local recovering after workplace injury
Here's a fundraising idea that's hard to beat.
No luck for Finley in Murray Valley cricket.
The falling water level at Lake Eppalock is causing concern, dropping at an alarming rate according to residents.
Moira Shire's best take on former Australian greats for local masters exhibition match.
Deniliquin business Charlie Carp attracts international interest.
A spring Future Orchards walks will be held at Coomboona on Friday November 28 from 9.30am.
Dr John Alexander is 101-yrs-old and has many fond memories of working with the Benalla migrant camp residents from its opening in 1949.
- No Myna Matter - Benalla man rewarded for disposing of more than 300 common myna birds.
- Charges laid over Benalla Golf and Bowls Clubs thefts.
- Benalla annual sheep sale bouyed by good season.
- How-to-vote cards tampered with.
- Yooralla CEO resigns after investigation of sexual abuse of disabled clients by Yooralla workers.
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