Education for Dalton
EDUCATION will be a priority for Helen Dalton if she is elected Member for Murray tomorrow.
THE Local Government Inspectorate is still investigating a complaint in relation to a Campaspe Shire councillor.
ON SUNDAY horse riders will saddle up for The Great Fundraiser Ride.
THE National Library of Australia has announced the 2018 Community Heritage Grants Program which is providing grants of up to $15,000 to assist in the preservation of cultural heritage collections of national significance.
WHEN independent candidate for Murray Brian Mills drove into Griffith several years ago and first caught a glimpse of the skeletons of the town’s once-flourishing orange trees, he realised just how dire the situation was for this region.
FURTHER government buybacks of water licences from irrigators will hurt Southern Riverina communities like Moama almost as much as irrigation farmers, says Shooters, Fishers and Farmers (SFF) Murray candidate Helen Dalton.
A RECORD number of children completed more than 41,500 walks in Campaspe Shire last year as part of the annual Walk to School program.
THE Echuca Army Cadets is hosting an open night tonight to showcase what they’ve got and to give people a glimpse into the life of being a cadet.
A TRACTOR was completely destroyed after it caught fire at the Bunnaloo Feedlot on Monday night.
DETECTIVES are appealing for help into a burglary at a Cohuna supermarket early Sunday.
THE Cadell Fault could be the cause of a small earthquake which hit Echuca early Monday.
ECHUCA-MOAMA Purple Day organiser Shirley O’Bree (pictured) is hoping the community will continue to support the appeal.
RIVERINE Herald deputy editor Tyla Harrington has received a Quill award for best regional and rural reporting at a ceremony in Melbourne on Friday night.
Police, CFA, Shepparton Search and Rescue and State Emergency Service personnel are on the scene of a truck rollover in Murchison. It is believed a truck rolled off the bridge as you enter the town and has landed in the Goulburn River below. The...
Ten months after launching with much fanfare, Oliver’s Real Food has suddenly closed.
Eagerly awaiting the keys to his new home, Shepparton’s Alex Newling, 20, could never have imagined he would be in the position he is today.