Warracknabeal Herald

STILL NO MINYIP FUEL

DESPITE over a year of negotiations and hard work by the Minyip Progress Committee, the...

MINYIP SHOW NO MORE

SEEING THE SIGHTS: From left, Leanne Stirling, Cheryl Gigney, Kim Rycroft, Julie Johnson (front), Andey Boren and Sharon Moyle chat with Wheatland Museum volunteer Lorraine Inkster (centre) this week as they tour the Silo Art Trail. The ladies adorned themselves with their own silo art as they felt the Dooen Silo was naked, so they took it upon themselves to be a replacement.

SIGHT SEEING SILOS

Dimboola Banner

New coach parking zones proposed

With the impending commencement of construction of the new Dimboola Library, Hindmarsh Shire Council has been consulting with Public Transport Victoria, V/Line...

Rainbow Jeparit Argus

Mad Dogs and Camp Ovens ready at Patche

The Mad Dog Morgan Lost Gold Festival and Pine Plains Camp Oven Challenge will ensure the long weekend in June is an...