Call is going out for organics event
EXPRESSIONS of interest from people or organisations to speak and exhibit at the 2019 Loddon Mallee organics recovery information series for the horticulture industry are now open.
■Fodder co-owner Aaron Spong said “we are thrilled to be associated with a magazine of the calibre of Qantas – Spirit of Australia (Travel Insider).
NATIONALS’ deputy leader Steph Ryan has taken aim at Victorian Planning Minister Richard Wynne about draft solar farm guidelines for Victoria.
EMERGENCY services are urging the public to take extra care when swimming and camping, as campers and locals head to the waterways to escape soaring temperatures.
ALMOST 500 exhibitors will be on display at this year’s Seymour Alternative Farming Expo.
HEATHCOTE is flying high on the arrival of Qantas and regular services in and out of Bendigo.
DID you make a New Year’s resolution? If you’re like most people you probably didn’t. But while resolutions may be going out of fashion, goal setting appears to be very much in vogue.
THE EFFORT put into roadside slashing across the Euroa electorate needs to increase, according to Euroa MP and Nationals deputy leader Steph Ryan.
MITCHELL Shire Council has recognised residents for taking up the free green waste initiative in record numbers to help them stay fire-ready through summer.
HEATHCOTE and District Community Bank has been helping out local students for the past six years and now it is extending that assistance to local farmers with the Rural Scholarship program.
HEATHCOTE and district students will again benefit from a scholarship program that will supplement their study costs in their first year of higher education.
CFA volunteers across the Euroa electorate are still waiting to find out whether they have been successful for grants almost six months after they applied.
A SERIES of six short videos are being developed to showcase the work of the Heathcote Community Capacity Builders program.
HEATHCOTE Fire Brigade attended two illegal blazes on December 29, both being residents burning waste. Both fires were attended to by Heathcote units with the resident on both properties being charged by the police for lighting a fire in a declared fire danger period. One of these fires had spread to the neighbouring property by the time the brigade arrived.
HOLIDAY-MAKERS in Echuca-Moama have been left with a bad taste in their mouth as gastro continues to sweep through caravan and holiday parks along the Murray River.
A search has resumed for former Shepparton mother Felicity Shadbolt, who went missing while bushwalking in Western Australia’s Pilbara region.
The principal of Shepparton’s new ‘‘super school’’ has been appointed.