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The crowd roared when Keith placed a blue tongue lizard on Brook Ward's head at the Mobile Zoo.

Snakes frogs and lizards delight children

District children gathered at the Dimboola showgrounds for a morning of school holiday fun to see Jamie and Kim’s Mobile Zoo. A large crowd attended...

Hindmarsh budget approved with only minor amendments to the draft.

Last Wednesday at a special meeting of Hindmarsh Shire Council, shire councillors approved the annual budget, with only a minor amendment. In the budget for...

Letter to editor from Cr Ron Ismay

Letter to editor Dear Sir, In response to the letters to the editor titled Rubbish, Rubbish, Rubbish published on page 8 of the Dimboola Banner, Wednesday...
Cliff Unger inspect the damaged trees

Trees Poisoned at Skate Reserve

Hindmarsh Shire Council staff have been notified that a number of trees are dying at the   Dimboola Skate Park. Following council’s inspection of the...
Chris Holland demonstrating his printer

Big weekend for Jeparit

A big weekend for Jeparit saw an influx of visitors over the long weekend with the caravan park booked out and nearly thirty campsites...
HONOURED: Murtoa resident, John Kemfort leans on his beloved ute and reflects on receiving an OAM for his services to local government and the community.

John Kemfert honoured for his service to the community

Former Dimboola resident and now a resident at Murtoa, John Kemfert has been awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) for his...
Hats Off to Dimboola

Bringing the town to life with art

Have readers noticed the ‘Hats Off to Dimboola’ display in shops around town?   A number of shops have placed a hat with a sign...

All welcome at the 11th annual Vintage Rally

Jeparit is the birthplace of Australia's longest serving Prime Minister, Sir Robert Menzies. People might already know this, but did you know Jeparit is...
The fence to be removed that has been built over the road council will take possession of

Council supports community over laneway fence

At Hindmarsh Shire Council’s meeting last Wednesday, council voted in favour of declaring the laneway at the rear of the shops in Lloyd Street...
Mapping ideas were Urban Forest Consulting Meg Caffin, Jan John, Ian Barry and Jonathan Starks at the table as Norm Ashenbrener and Deita Ashenbrener looks on

Street and reserve trees conversation held

Hindmarsh Shire Council recently conducted a series of conversation sessions around the shire to talk about trees in the community. Director of Infrastructure, Shane Power...