A Kyabram man was arrested and released without charges about the 30-year-old murder case of Shepparton teenager Michelle Buckingham.
Significant new lead in the investigation into the 1983 murder of Shepparton's Michelle Buckingham. Cold case detectives say they are close to solving.
In tomorrow's News, the man who was charged with the 1983 murder of Shepparton teenager Michelle Buckingham and later acquitted speaks about the devastating effect it had on his family.
Police are pursuing new leads in the cold-case murder of Shepparton teenager Michelle Buckingham.
Over the past week, The News has run a series of articles about Shepparton teenager Michelle Buckingham, who was murdered at the age of 16 in 1983. Her body was found on a lonely roadside with at least 19 stab wounds.
The 1983 murder of Shepparton teenager Michelle Buckingham shattered the lives of her friends and family and changed the regional town forever.
The Homicide Squad cold case unit will be in Shepparton on Tuesday to speak with several people in relation to the 1983 murder of Michelle Buckingham.
Bernadine Phelan was a young journalist when Michelle Buckingham went missing in 1983. Over the subsequent months, she reported on the search for the teenager and the discovery of her battered body in Kialla East.
Detective Senior Sergeant Ron Iddles "desperately needs" to hear from a man who phoned Crimestoppers on August 25 with what he believes could be vital information. He is urging the man to call him back.
Shepparton lawyer Brian Birrell became entangled in the investigation into the 1983 murder of Shepparton teenager Michelle Buckingham when a man walked into his office with a knife and a desire to make a statement.
Police abandoned a pursuit near Shepparton East for safety concerns after the pursued car reached speeds of 140km/h.
Some of Australia’s best kayakers were in Yarrawonga on Sunday at the annual Yarrawonga-Mulwala Canoe Club’s Murray River Classic kayak race.
Volunteers at St Vincent de Paul in Tatura continue to be dismayed at the amount of unsuitable items dumped at the centre in Francis St.
Budding basketballer Krystelle Lloyd will represent Australia at the Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles this year.
Corop’s Clem Furphy received an Order of Australia Medal for his service to health care and the Goulburn Valley community in this year’s Australia Day honours list.
Bianca Chatfield to speak at Kyabram Sportstar of the Year
Alan McLean looks back at Seymour's history of larrikings, louts and bushfires.
New tourism venture, Old Woperana Working Farm and Animal Nursery, is now open to the public.
Warm weather during the Christmas/New Year period saw large crowds enjoy facilities at the region’s major water storages.
Recent weather conditions have come as a mixed blessing for farmers, with high rainfall and humidity providing a respite for irrigators as well as difficult growing and picking conditions for fruit growers.
Deniliquin region deemed ideal for paragliding by world's best.
From orchards to harvest to shelves, a new exhibition will celebrate the Goulburn Valley’s iconic fruit industry. The Photos of the Fruit Industry exhibition will run as part of the SheppARTon Festival in March and aims to share memories and history of an industry that has shaped the region.
Salvation Army Benalla Majors Heather and Peter Ellis have relocated to Melbourne.
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