A Nagambie man has been charged with numerous offences after police found him asleep at a fast food outlet in Emily Street, Seymour.. Police were called to the café about 2.45am on Friday October 13 when a search of his belongings was
Calling all poets and story writers.. Entries are now open for the 20th annual 2017 Joseph Furphy Commemorative Literary Prize, and will close on October 20.. Under the pen name of Tom Collins, Furphy wrote a number of books and articles, including
The composers in the Chamber Music in the Bush concert would have been very happy to know that three centuries later, their music is still popular.. Baroque favourites such as Vivaldi, Handel, Telemann and Bach feature in the next concert at Salon
As part of their outreach to the community projects, the Anglican Mothers Union branch of Central Goulburn hosted some Karingal aged care residents and staff recently at Christ Church in Seymour.. The guests enjoyed the old style Book of Common
Students across the district will soon be safe from asbestos, with the toxic substance set to be removed from a number of local schools.. Avenel, Nagambie, Broadford, Pyalong and Tallarook primary schools have been allocated a combined $43000 in
There is no Seymour-based A-grade team in the Seymour District Cricket Association for the 2017-18 season, after Eastern Hill Cricket Club pulled the pin on its involvement in the top-tier competition.. Seymour Cricket Club withdrew from the A-grade
Frank Trezise from Cohuna captured these two snakes in a writhing embrace, but it’s not what you think.. He was checking his cattle last Sunday when he saw the red bellied black snakes wriggling together.. They were totally engrossed and
He has painted artworks of Australian flora and fauna, cultural icons such as Vegemite and Victorian Bitter beer, and now Echuca artist Paul Gamble said he would love to tackle a silo.. Inspired by the Silo Art Trail in Victoria’s west, and
The well-established but newly improved McHale V660 and V640 balers just got even better.. McHale’s innovative design improvements have enabled this popular baler to produce even higher quality bales at speed.. ‘‘The benefit to the
From The Australian. ‘‘Commonwealth Environmental Water Holder David Papps urged South Australia not to defer sending water to the Coorong and Lower Lakes between December 2015 and March 2016, warning it would affect critical water flows
A furore has erupted over a letter sent to Murray Irrigation Ltd shareholders from the company’s board that is trying to influence the current election of board directors.. The letter, signed by three members of the seven-member board, says
The idea of introducing silo art into the region has been given the thumbs up by a number of locals, who believe it could give their towns an extra boost and beautify their silos.. From people in Katamatite who have been discussing the idea, to
An Undera man in his 30s was saved from more serious injuries by his mobile phone after being involved in a tractor accident earlier this month.. The incident occurred about 12.20pm on October 6, when the 35-year-old man used his mobile phone to
This year’s ram sales have been a success, with large increases in prices for Merinos and terminal sires the standouts, Elders stud stock manager Ross Milne said.. Mr Milne said from the same time last year, Merinos had seen increases in the
Northern Victoria is looking forward to a recovery in the dairy industry this year, according to the latest Dairy Australia report.. Based on opening prices and processor forecasts, Dairy Australia is estimating that returns could be up by about 10
South Australia is holding out on endorsing the latest Murray-Darling Basin Plan’s water saving projects until it can get a guarantee that the 450Gl of ‘up-water’ will be handed over.. The 450Gl of water agreed to after the 2012
As a young girl, Judy Morrison (nee Blake) remembers her mother was into plenty of ‘‘bits and pieces’’.. From training debutantes and teaching them to dance, to encouraging her 20-year-old daughter to enter the Miss Euro
US-backed Syrian forces say they've taken Raqqa back from Islamic State, while the US says 90 per cent is confirmed to be back under Syrian control.
Nine Network boss Hugh Marks says Lisa Wilkinson walked after the broadcaster refused to pay her more than her male colleague Karl Stefanovic.
A new exhibition at the Australian War Memorial aims to give the public a unique insight into the top secret and dangerous missions of special forces.
Clive Palmer's legal stoush continues with liquidators who are seeking to freeze more than $200 million worth of the former politician's personal assets.
A Brisbane grandmother is due to face court charged with the attempted murder of her four-month-old grandson.
Victorian MPs are expected to continue debating a divisive bill that could legalise assisted dying for the terminally ill.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull faces a difficult task in convincing Labor and the states to endorse his national energy guarantee policy.
The law which allowed Catalonia to hold an independence referendum has been declared void by Spain's Constitutional Court.
Relatives who lost loved ones are happy about reports the Malaysian government could resume the search for missing flight MH370.
Malaysia say no decision has been made yet on proposals from three companies to continue the search for missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370.