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Lucky escape for driver, passenger and dog

  THE DRIVER of a Ford dual-cab utility believed to be in his sixties, passenger and dog were lucky to have escaped more serious injury...

Artists arrive in Rupanyup

Siberian street artist Julia Volchkova-Woolf has arrived in Rupanyup in preparation for her art installation on the Wimmera Grain Company’s silo’s. Accompanied by another artist,...

Super heroes turnout for “Every Moment Mattered”

BEING true superheroes, the bitterly cold weather did not stop Batman, Bumblebee Aussie Bot, Flash, Wonder Woman and Optimus Prime from paying their respects...
Angie Cox

Giving the gift of smiles

WARRACKNABEAL Ladies Probus Club members were treated to an interesting talk and slides by guest speaker, Angie Cox, who spoke on the “Samaritan’s Purse”...
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.

Discarded butt likely cause of fire

WARRACKNABEAL CFA members responded to a small but potentially dangerous fire at the rear of the VicRoads compound on Friday which moved quickly into...

Ready for World Record attempt

WARRACKNABEAL is set to break a Guinness World Record on Show Day on October 6. The record that organisers hope will be broken is the “Most people simultaneously rolling car tyres”. The...
Dion Lervasi, David Brennan and Jarrod Lyons at the Wimmera Catchment Management Authority barbeque and presentation last Friday evening.

No silver bullet with the Carp Herpes

Wimmera Catchment Management Authority hosted a barbeque and presentation night on the Wimmera River as part of the Dimboola Fishing Classic.  The main focus...
Marks left by Hoon

Police ask for assistance

  WARRACKNABEAL police are asking for assistance from witnesses to identify a hoon driver after an incident on Saturday night. Police were alerted to a car doing...

Free entertainment for all the family

The Y-Fest parade on April 15 will bring people to Scott Street in Warracknabeal to enjoy the wide range of machinery and vehicles on...

Luv4Linc fundraising winds up

  WARRACKNABEAL’S Luv4Linc fundraising group held its windup meeting on August 15 to finalise the legalities and to issue a heartfelt thank you to the...