Say cheese to big feat
The Seymour Bowls Club’s biggest morning tea will be held on May 28 at 10.30am for an 11am start.
The returned Morrison Government will provide $368,000 to help develop a new strategy for local farmers to better cope with drought and lower rainfall totals.
Mother’s Day is always a special day and was especially so for people who attended Blue Tongue Berries’ Seymour FM fundraiser.
Former Wyuna dairy farmer and independent candidate Nigel Hicks says he is disappointed personally with his election result, receiving 1.75 per cent of the primary vote.
Independent candidate Jeremy Parker says running for the electorate of Nicholls was a great learning experience.
Positive about the result, One Nation candidate Rikkie-Lee Tyrrell says the major parties should carefully consider her party’s first-preference swing in the region.
Describing the result as ‘‘disappointing’’, Australian Labor Party candidate Bill Lodwick said the Nicholls outcome was not as surprising as that of the overall result.
The Nationals’ Damian Drum has wiped the floor with his opposition to be installed as the first Member for Nicholls after his seat of Murray disappeared in a radical redistribution.
If the days after Avenel Football Club’s 1978 premiership are still a bit hazy it doesn’t matter because, for Mick O’Connor, the sweet taste of that victory remains a vivid memory.
Regardless of how often a person gambles or the amount of money they spend, gambling-related stress is a side effect commonly experienced by many Victorians.
Motorists travelling on High St in Seymour will notice a slight change to the speed limit this week.
The Seymour Anglican Mothers’ Union branch began more than 60 years ago in Seymour.
More than 650 people made their way through the doors of the new Nagambie Visitor Information Centre over the recent busy period since the facility first opened.
The staff of Seymour Post Office and The Brewers Table were the winners of the Rotary Club of Seymour’s annual Pride of Workmanship Awards. Nominations for the awards were sought for businesses or employees showing exemplary diligence, consideration and service in the delivery of their work. The awards were instigated by Rotary to acknowledge the importance to the community of a job well done and of going to extra lengths to provide excellent service in their chosen careers.
An Undera footballer is fighting for his life after an incident during a Kyabram District League reserves game against Violet Town last Saturday.
THE Echuca mother charged over her daughter’s death in 2008 has walked free from court. Tania Walker, 35, charged with child homicide of 23-month-old Angela Bannister, appeared in Bendigo Magistrates Court on Tuesday for a bail application which...
A car has hit a house on the corner of Archer St and Stanley St at about 3.15 this afternoon. The vehicle left the road and travelled through a fence before coming to a hault. Police and CFA are on scene. The Archer St entrance to Stanley St is...
An electric line-up has been announced for the 2019 Land Of Plenty music festival to be held in Shepparton later this year. Following through on last month’s promise to bring some of Australia’s hottest bands to the Goulburn Valley, the Greater...