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WARRACKNABEAL Arts Council is commencing the year by once again presenting an entertaining night at the Warracknabeal Golf Club on February 16. Geoffrey ...
ROARING engines, ear piercing crackling nitro V8 engines, broken bits and billowing black diesel smoke all came together on Saturday to woo...
AFTER months of lobbying from the Victorian Farmers Federation (VFF), VicRoads has announced the extension of the Victorian road train...
Thunder of a different kind will roar from the Blue Ribbon Raceway this Saturday, when many thousands of horsepower will be unleashed in the raceway bowl. The Horsham Motorsports Club in conjunction with the Down Under Modified...
POLICE, Fire and Ambulance crews responded to a call out just before 1pm on Friday afternoon in Craig Avenue, Warracknabeal, where a car had gone through a carport ...
Hindmarsh Shire Council outdoor staff will be working along Lloyd Street this week, replacing the seating around the business centre. The project is to replace the old concrete and wooden seats with a more...
DAMAGED: A windstorm lifted a trampoline onto heavy powerlines on Wednesday afternoon in Warracknabeal knocking out power to over 100 residents. A second trampoline was also dislodged but didn’t cause as much damage.

Wind wreaks havoc

A BACKYARD trampoline caused havoc on Wednesday afternoon after it left its post and flew through the street, knocking out the power to 105...
WARRACKNABEAL’S Joy Mayberry continues her lifetime crusade against the horrible weed Bindii (also known as Caltrop), regularly grabbing her trusty well- used shovel and ...
The Bureau of Meteorology last week released its January climate summaries, showing the month was Australia’s warmest on record. The mean temperature for January average across the country exceeded 30 degrees, the first time...
Dimboola’s Mason Clarke cafe served their last coffee on Saturday morning and closed their doors before the changing of the guard. Mary and Ken Clarke opened the cafe seven years ago and quickly...