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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...
Edward Frederick Reichenbach

Historical Photo Exhibition open for Food Festival

  The Dimboola and District Historical Society will be holding a two-part photography exhibition in conjunction with the Dimboola Food Festival in the RSL Hall...

Silos the star of Masterchef

BRIM’S silos provide a dramatic backdrop to an upcoming episode in ‘Masterchef’ which is due to air on Monday June 19. The episode at 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...
ROAD TRIP: Warracknabeal’s beautiful vintage Fire Engine prepares for her trip to the Lake Goldsmith Steam and Vintage Rally with help from Warracknabeal Fire Brigade members, Ron Zanker (L) and Robert Sharp (R) who got into the groove wearing helmets of the era which are part of the Brigade’s static display of fire-fighting memorabilia.

Brigade’s old beauty takes the stage at rally

WARRACKNABEAL’s Fire Brigade vintage Gardiner Aussie Fire Engine made the trip to the Lake Goldsmith Steam and Vintage Rally on the weekend of May...

Silos provide dramatic backdrop

SHEEP Hills Silos provided a dramatic backdrop for Malaysia Airlines representatives as they toured the region on Friday. The Airlines is creating an advertising package...
Crashed Truck

B-Double releases early

DRIVERS on the Henty highway north of Brim were surprised to see a set of B-Double trailers buried upright and nose first  in the...
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...

Farmers push for probationary driving age to be lowered

SKILL, rather than age, should determine when young people are ready to get behind the wheel of a car. The Victorian Farmers Federation has put...
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...