Her birth name was Bessie Wallis Warfield, but she became known and scandalously famous, as the Duchess of Windsor, when she married the abdicated King of the United Kingdom, Edward VIII, in 1937.
A national contingent converged on Shepparton for the Australian Biology of Tephritid Fruit Flies Conference, bringing together researchers, scholars and industry leads.
A replica death mask of notorious bushranger Dan Morgan’s head was used in paranormal investigations at the Royal Hotel recently.
State Member for Euroa Steph Ryan said she had been warning the government about the impact of the loss of water from the Goulburn Murray Irrigation District and the risks of demand from irrigators downstream outstripping the capacity of the Murray River to supply water for years.
The Murray-Darling Basin Authority is encouraging water users to check a list of approved water meters to ensure the ones they buy are appropriate and fit for purpose when taking water in the Murray-Darling Basin.
As part of Reconciliation Week, Mitchell Shire Council recently launched its first ever ‘‘acknowledging our traditional owners resource guide’’.
Nominations are now open for the regional achievement and community awards that aim to give thanks and recognition to community champions.
The Seymour women’s pennant final was held on Monday, June 3 at Euroa and the Seymour Division 1 team had a great win over Alexandra.
The Legislative Council’s legal and social issues committee is examining the operation and effectiveness of firearms prohibition orders, particularly when it comes to reducing the incidence of illicit or illegally possessed firearms in Victoria.
Drought Minister David Littleproud says decisions by Rabobank, National Australia Bank and Commonwealth Bank to pass on full Reserve Bank interest rate cuts are a victory for many drought-stricken farmers.
The Seymour District Darts Association’s summer competition finals series kicked off last Monday night, with the top four teams in each division in the play-offs for their respective premierships.
With Victorians set to spend billions of dollars at end-of-financial-year sales this month, Seymour and district consumers are being reminded their rights don’t belong in the bargain bin.
The Seymour Telegraph recently welcomed its new full-time, Seymour-based journalist David Rak (pictured).
A late phone call proved the highlight of Thursday’s races at Seymour when the Matthew Ellerton/Simon Zahra-trained Into Rio got up to win the $35000 G & S O’Sullivan Builders BM64 over 1418m.