Jonathan Dick arrested in Melbourne
Seymour’s Jonathan Dick has been arrested in a bloody scuffle after spending more than two years on the run, following the murder of his brother at a Melbourne shopping centre.
With the tennis season fast approaching, Avenel Tennis Club is preparing for another bumper season.
Bethany Webster was the lucky winner of the survey prize for the Seymour in Spring campaign, drawn in December last year.
The Women’s Shed of Seymour is decked out with new equipment, thanks to the Seymour Rock ‘n’ Roll Club.
Victorian secondary school students will have the chance to learn from industry-leading creatives as applications open for the Victorian Government’s creative learning partnerships program.
Three Seymour College year 12 students got some important exam preparation and a taste of life beyond formal schooling at Melbourne University recently.
Three members of the Seymour Men’s Shed recently attended a reception to recognise volunteers and supporters of the Victorian Men’s Shed Association.
Work at the Cherry Tree Wind Farm is progressing, with the pouring of 15 of the 16 wind turbine foundations now completed.
The hard work paid off for Sarah Coombs when she was admitted to the legal profession at the Supreme Court of Victoria on August 6.
Residents in regional Victoria are encouraged to share their experiences and ideas about community life and volunteering in the region, to help develop the state’s new volunteer strategy.
With funding from the Federal Government, The Centre has commenced a program that has led to the awarding of an international fellowship.
A Seymour man has died after crashing his mobility scooter earlier this month Emergency services were called to Station St on August 5 about 11.15am. The 89-year-old man was driving north west on the footpath when he collided with a public bench...
People trying to access general public dental care in Victoria were being made to wait an average of 21.5 months, according to data gathered by the Australian Dental Association Victoria from July 2018 to April 2019.
From December 1, local councils will register all backyard pools and spas in their area, with property owners being required to submit a current certificate of compliance for their pool or spa safety barrier.
A WOMAN in her 40s is likely to be flown to Melbourne after jumping out of a moving car in Moama earlier today. Murray River Police District Inspector Paul Huggett said Moama and Echuca police and Ambulance Victoria were called to Perricoota Rd near...
AN ECHUCA man will face court today accused of drug, burglary, theft and driving offences. Detective Senior Constable Troy Wickham of Echuca Criminal Investigation Unit said. police arrested the 28-year-old on Friday in High St, along with...
POLICE are investigating after Echuca’s Amcal Pharmacy was held up this morning. The Hare St robbery occurred about 8.55am where a man threatened staff members before stealing a large amount of pharmaceutical drugs. No-one was injured. The man was...