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POLISHED: Judged to be Best Modifi ed Ute of the show, judges Dale Maggs and A&P society judge Martin Goodman check out Ken Barber’s ’72 gleaming supercharged bright red HQ utility.

Minyip buzzes for huge Show and Shine

WITH over 120 vehicles on display for Minyip’s Show and Shine, held on Sunday, the town was abuzz with all things motoring. Over 88...

House razed at Jeparit

POLICE and CFA fire investigation unit are investigating a house fire at a property in Jeparit in the early hours of Sunday. District 17 acting...
Warrack Warriors athletes (back from left) Jo Tobias, Tracy Taylor, Ken Ough, Heather Thomas, (front) Melissa Holbery and Merryn Baxter, accept donation from GrainFlow.

Large donation to Athletes

CARGILL, the parent company of Grainflow has presented a cheque to local athletes to help them compete this year. Last Tuesday the wonderful Warrack...
HAPPY BIRTHDAY: Current members of Beulah CWA gather together to celebrate the group’s 80th birthday at the Beulah Memorial Hall.

Celebrating 80 years of CWA in Beulah

THIS month marks the 80th Birthday anniversary for the Beulah CWA and members have celebrated in style. Nearly 60 guests, past and present members, and...

An unusual array of contrasting talents with Marg

A legend in the district and the only female ’wild dog trapper’ in the state, proved to be a captivating guest speaker for the...
The remains of the vehicle involved in a single car roll-over at the intersection of Donald-Murtoa Road and Horsham-Minyip Road on Sunday morning in which the driver was lucky to survive after suffering head and neck injuries

Driver phones in after crash

A DRIVER phoned emergency services following a rollover at the intersection of the Donald-Murtoa Road and Horsham-Minyip Road on Sunday morning. Victoria Police, Ambulance Victoria, SES...
FUTURE: Bendigo Bank Senior Manager for Community Relationships Mark O’Dowd speaks to the crowd at the WAG annual general meeting about the future that Bendigo Bank may offer to the community.

Warracknabeal future for banking heard

The Warracknabeal Action Group annual general meeting, held last Tuesday was an excellent opportunity to discuss the future of banking in the district, after the recent announcement of the proposed closure of the Warracknabeal branch of the ANZ.
PLANS: Peter Clayton, SDS principal, WPS nominal principal, Michael Moloney who is currently on long-service leave, WPS Acting principal Danny Forrest, WSC Acting principal, John Richmond and Member for Lowan, Emma Kealy go over the precinct’s plans with WPS and SDS students.

KEALY ANNOUNCES BRIGHTER FUTURE FOR WARRACKNABEAL STUDENTS

STUDENTS in Warracknabeal can look forward to a brighter future, with an elected Liberal Nationals Government to get the Warracknabeal Education Precinct project back on...
Marshal Rodda hands out Nationals How to Vote cards at the the Early Voting Centre in Hamilton Street Horsham on Friday.

Reminder to postal voters – Return your postal vote ASAP

  People casting a postal vote this federal election are being urged to return their completed ballot papers to the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) as...

Death of a thousand cuts by ANZ

ANZ WARRACKNABEAL and district clients are up in arms over the decision of the ANZ bank head office to shut the Warracknabeal branch trading for...