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WOW WARRACKNABEAL … you’ve done yourself proud

150th Warracknabeal Celebrations A HUGE influx of expatriate ‘Warracknabealites’ returned to the township for the 150th anniversary of settlement celebrations, to join townsfolk for the Queens...

HAVE YOUR SAY ON ROADS

  VICROADS are ‘talking’ with local communities as to how roads can be planned better, built and managed better over the 19,000 kms of country...
The huge Salmon Gum Mushroom found that measures 40cm across the cap.

Huge fungi found on Horsham Road

  Out on her early morning walk Elaine Moar noticed what she thought was rubbish sitting under a gum tree in Horsham road.   On closer inspection...
Harry John

Dimboola Harry passes on

A great loss for the Dimboola community has happened with the sad passing of local identity Harry John, 87. Mr John’s wife Nancy predeceased...
Human Powered Vehicle

HPV Demonstration (Expo) Race for Dimboola

Plans are well underway for a Human Powered Vehicle (HPV) demonstration ”Expo” race to be held on July 16, at the Dimboola Recreation Reserve.   This...
People gathered for the Avenue Extension Service

Avenue of Honour trees planted for forgotten diggers

Over 70 people attended a service and tree planting of five forgotten ‘Diggers’ at the Avenue of Honour, on the grounds of the Dimboola...
CFA Torn Apart

Government splits apart CFA for Union

VICTORIA’S CFA will be a  volunteer-only firefighting service  and the role of volunteers further enshrined under law, while a new organisation, Fire Rescue Victoria,...
DASHING: From left: Graham Addinsall, jockey Wendy Hewitt, Tony Gregson, horse Noah Holland (front), Ben Bentley, Linc Munro (front), Carolyn Morcom, Linc’s sister Mahlie and Ian Penny at the fundraiser on Wednesday night.

FIRST PAST THE POST FOR LINC 

WARRACKNABEAL feature event of a phantom Rotary Club held a  fundraising evening to aid Linc Munro in his continuing fight against Medulloblastoma on Wednesday...
The first of the five new cabins

The cabins are rolling in

  The much anticipated new guest accommodation cabins for Dimboola’s Riverside Caravan Park will all arrive by the end of the month, with the first...
BUMPER: Contractors work stripping a barley crop North of Warracknabeal ahead of what most experts are saying will be one of the best harvests in recent years, much to the delight of the regions grain and pulse growers

Federal budget offers mixed benefits for farmers

  VICTORIAN farmers will continue to benefit from a federal government scheme that allows small business owners to instantly write off assets worth up to...