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Joanne Thomas with Nancy Jolly at the Biggest Morning Tea last week.

Biggest Morning Tea delights crowd in Rainbow

The organisers of the Biggest Morning Tea event, which was held in Rainbow last Thursday, were extremely pleased with the attendance. About sixty people enjoyed...
Claude visited Rainbow P-12 College and spoke to the students about Bravehearts and why he walks with a lawn mower. Principal Allan Coffey was excited to have Claude visit the school to talk to the students.

Claude “The Mowerman” Harvey arrived in Rainbow early on Friday afternoon and quickly got...

Doin’ it for the kids Claude pushes his lawnmower across the country raising money for Bravehearts along the way. Bravehearts provide counselling for children who...
10 tonnes of wild carp was used in the recent Port Lincoln trial.

How does one use 10 tonnes of dead carp?

Curtin University researchers are investigating options for the sustainable use of the carp biomass that could result from the potential release of Cyprinid herpesvirus 3 (carp virus), under the National Carp Control Plan (NCCP). The research project, assessment of options for utilisation of virus-infected carp, involves laboratory-based processing trials, as well as commercial-scale trials of processes that produce usable carp-based products including fertilisers, compost, fishmeal and aquaculture feed ingredients.

Budget win for Rainbow Learning Group and Neighbourhood House

Rainbow Learning Group and Neighbourhood House could receive funding thanks to the Victorian Government. The Government is delivering record new funding to neighbourhood houses across...

Little improvement to ambulance response times

MEMBER for Lowan and Shadow Minister for Country Health, Emma Kealy MP says that despite claims by the State Government of the best ambulance...
Member for Lowan Emma Kealy enjoyed meeting with the locals in Rainbow before visiting the newly opened skate park.

Kealy tackles tough issues in Rainbow

Member for Lowan, Emma Kealy, visited Rainbow last Thursday. This was the last stop on a busy trip for her as she had visited...
At the end of the performance, the musicians and dancers gathered on stage for a final bow.

Performers wow crowd with world premiere of Dry Leaf

Nearly three hundred people were mesmerised on Saturday evening performances at the Oasis site which included the East Javanese Sampang Agung Centre for Performing...

New look Storm to take on Taylors Lake

  Round one of the Horsham District Football Netball League will commence this weekend, with Jeparit Rainbow taking on Taylors Lake. With a new look...
DOUSED: Warracknabeal CFA member, Cory Bentley, mops up a fi re suspected to have been caused by a cigarette butt on Friday at the rear of the VicRoads yard in Warracknabeal.

As weather heats up, be prepared

Forest Fire Management Victoria firefighters are on standby and asking the public to stay informed as hot and windy weather conditions are forecast across all...
RELAXED: Jeff Woodward answers questions regarding tourism in Dimboola at the tourism information meeting on Monday evening.

Tourism is everybody’s business

  Hindmarsh Shire Council Tourism and Economic Development Officer Jeff Woodward  conducted the first of the shire’s information nights at Dimboola on Monday Night at...