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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...
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...
MESS: The remains of a Toyota Camry Sportivo that became airborne in a single vehicle crash in Minyip on Friday Night. The driver miraculously survived with minor injuries, however the passenger had to be airlifted to Melbourne.

Airborne trip for Nhill pair

A DRIVER of a Toyota  Camry Sportivo sedan was lucky to survive a single vehicle crash on the Dimboola-Minyip Road and Warracknabeal-Minyip road intersection at...

Mythical statue to become reality

WARRACKNABEAL Arts Council in cooperation with the British sculptor Corin Johnson, will be moving forward with the development and installation of the fabled Nick...

Work begins on levees

WARRACKNABEAL residents will soon notice changes in the areas surrounding the creek with construction of flood levees underway. The road construction works in Asquith Avenue...

Apex incentive awards open for nominations

The 2018 bi-annual Warracknabeal Apex Community Incentive Awards are now open for community groups and organisations seeking funds for projects. The club is currently advertising...

Researchers revisit carp hot spots

Researchers have revisited carp hot spots that are the target of carp removal work to find the pest is retaining a stronghold in Lake...
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...
Neil Adams had his caravan stolen recently. Police have asked all residents to keep vigilant on rural farms for thieves.

Brazen theft stuns owners

A CARAVAN owned by Neil Adams was stolen from the yard at Baileys Warracknabeal on the Henty Highway about 1.35am on Wednesday May 9. Unknown...

Schools come together to plant trees

STUDENTS from the Warracknabeal Primary School, St Mary’s Primary School and the Special Development School converged on Lah to take part in a tree-planting...