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.
Former police detective senior sergeant Jim Fry was the head of the Homicide Squad that investigated the murder of Shepparton teenager Michelle Buckingham in 1983. Despite the best efforts of the police, there has not been enough evidence to charge anyone.
A male allegedly armed with a hunting knifed stole cash from a Euroa McDonald's last night.
It’s been a long journey for Tim Roadley but his dream of creating a multi-sport endurance event on the Murray River is now going to be a reality.
It was a big day for Jye McNeil on Sunday, not only celebrating his 19th birthday, but riding a double at the Tatura and Shepparton Racing Club’s meeting, including the big one, the Vraca and Varapodio Italian Plate (1600 m), on the Gerald Egan-trained Jetconi.
Drivers crossing the Echuca-Moama bridge faced delays this morning at 11.30am when a tractor lost its wheel.
Rochester’s old Courthouse is undergoing a facelift thanks to a restoration grant.
Waste collection in Campaspe Shire will change for two weeks during the festive season.
Valley Park Farms' egg production facility is expected to increase production and staff after a $100 000 Victorian Government grant.
Murchison’s Jane Spencer’s first exhibition It Just Dawned On Me will be on show in Shepparton in the first half of next year.
Australian sporting legends are at Heathcote Golf Club this morning for the MS Ashes Trek golf day to raise awareness about multiple sclerosis.
Cobram Barooga Apex Club have raised more than $3600 for Irvin House at Cobram District Health.
Deniliquin RSL Club's A grade bowling championships came to a head on Sunday, with preliminary matches in B and C grade also taking place.
New Transport Accident Commission research has revealed why some young country drivers habitually take risks on regional roads.
State Member for Benalla Bill Sykes has thrown his support behind the government’s proposed new domestic animal ownership laws.
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