Burglary in Euroa. 2018 has begun for police with a number of people facing numerous charges following several arrests.. The most dramatic was on January 5, where three men were arrested while allegedly committing a burglary in Euroa.. This followed
Seymour. It was a much milder week for golfers in terms of the weather, which helped the fields get back to normal with nearly 60 players out on both competition days.. On Wednesday the women’s A-grade winner was Sue McCall (16) with 35 points
The Victorian Government recently announced it was turning its back on the Federal Government’s mobile black spot program to instead put funding into its own towers.. In a thinly veiled barb, the Victorian Government committed to instead
Victorian parents returning from summer holidays are being urged to ensure their children are fully immunised before returning to childcare and school.. The Victorian Government’s No Jab, No Play law requires all children enrolling in early
The CFA have issued a Total Fire Ban warning for tomorrow in the north central district. . No fires can be lit or be allowed to remain alight in the open air from 12.01am until 11.59pm on Friday January 19.. A Total Fire Ban is declared for the
Victoria Police’s road policing operation for the Christmas and holiday period, Operation Roadwise, concluded recently with more than 31000 traffic offences detected and 23 people sadly losing their lives on our roads in the 24-day period
Simpson's Cally O'Shannassy has been awarded the most successful handler at Australia's All Breeds National Youth Show, held today at International Dairy Week.. She took out the award after showing Fairvale BC Amarni Nola, of Munden
Young exhibitor Mitchell Burgoine will be launching into the big league at International Dairy Week, with his own Brown Swiss heifer.. The 16-year-old Rochester student is keen to do more in the show ring, and has purchased embryos from Canada that
Disappointment has greeted the publication of a new water report which has found that more water could be transferred from agriculture to the Murray Darling river system.. Ernst and Young delivered the report in December and the federal government
The Macadams from Merrigum like to know how their Ayrshires are shaping up compared to other dairy cattle.. Bill Macadam has been breeding Ayrshires since about 1986 and appreciates them for their generally quiet temperament and moderate size
Many places in our region have been in a grip of heatwave conditions with maximum temperatures exceeding 40 degrees on 3 successive days to last weekend.. At the same time unsettled, stormy conditions have affected mainly the northern regions of W
Young farmers from across the Mallee, Wimmera and south-west Victoria are being encouraged to sign up for two-day intensive business boot camps in February and March.. The Young Farmer Business Boot Camp program combines expert presentations and
International Dairy Week exhibitors were fighting the heat yesterday as they prepared their cows for competition.. Temperatures at Tatura Park reached 41°C as cows were washed and groomed in preparation for a hectic five days of competition
John Deere has introduced its latest advanced guidance and machine data sharing technology with the addition of three new AutoTrac applications and a new In-Field Data Sharing application for its Generation 4 Displays.. AutoTrac Turn Automation
Years back, the role of farmer’s workhorse was taken over by the dirt bike. Then came the quad.. Today, UTVs are hard to beat for this role.. They more than pull their weight in the utility stakes by combining the mobility of dirt bikes and
The ability to produce high volumes of milk relies on a number of factors, and one major contributor is the happiness and comfort of your cows.. Bringing cows under shelter is improving their comfort levels and resulting in increased milk yields
Dairy Beef Alliance is encouraging farmers to explore adding Wagyu to their Holstein herds to further grow the value of their herd.. General manager Peter Wilkinson said the market for Wagyu beef was growing rapidly and dairy farmers were playing
South Australian police say they'll soon begin investigating a new lead into the disappearance of the Beaumont children in 1966.
Key industry groups have called for the Northern Territory government to lift a ban on fracking.
Key recruit Jake Lever could be Melbourne's culture changer as the AFL club seeks to end 11 straight seasons in the September wilderness.
A Dutch photographer has admitted driving without due care and causing a crash with a police motorcyclist.
A WA Supreme Court judge has found Francis John Wark guilty of murdering teenager Hayley Dodd in 1999.
The royal commission into financial services will begin on February 12 with opening remarks by the commissioner and senior counsel.
The leader of Australia's peak Muslim body says Australia has a history of demonising groups and Muslims are simply the current targets of this practice.
The auditor-general has uncovered a raft of problems with the handling of the 2016 federal election.
Australian Pharmaceutical Industries says its half-year profit will be down nine per cent compared to a year ago, while full-year profit will be marginally up.
Malcolm Turnbull has announced a $60 million plan to save the Great Barrier Reef which is under threat from mass bleaching.