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SIXTEEN wind towers have now risen out of the ground and ...
Jim McCabe (dec) wearing his war medals who his granddaughter wishes to continue to raise funds for Legacy in memory of her grandfather.

Jim McCabe Legacy work lives on through his granddaughter

Dimboola’s Jim McCabe legacy will continue with his granddaughter Giselle Amos‎ who wishes to raise funds for a Legacy ANZAC day fundraiser.
Aaron Dean from Lop the Top Tree service hangs from the 55 foot Norfolk pine to remove the branches.

Dimboola’s largest Norfolk Pine removed

THE tallest of Norfolk pines in Dimboola has been cut down to size, after Lop the Top Tree service set about removing...
BUSY: Another set of turbine blades are assembled in readiness for lifting into place aloft on the generator. Each blade is 70.5 metres long and weighs approximately 20 tonnes.

Wind towers ‘growing like trees’

According to wind farm Communications and Stakeholder Engagement Officer, Susan Finlay-Tickner, organisers of Sunday’s tour of the Murra Warra wind farm have...
Full House: Stavely Arc meeting in Jeparit

Sixty attend Stavely Arc community meeting in Jeparit

Jeparit Bowling Club was a ‘packed house’ with people wanting more information on the exploration licences tendered for the Staveley Arc mining...
National Candidate for Mallee Anne Webster, Bendigo Bank board member Peter Hughes, Dimboola Bendigo Bank Chairman Wayne Elliott, Member for Lowan Emma Kealy, Bendigo Bank Branch Manager Wayne Anderson.

Kealy meets with Dimboola Bendigo Bank about government banking policy

Member for lowan Emma Kealy was in Dimboola last Thursday morning to introduce the new Nationals candidate for Mallee, Anne Webster with...
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New Dimboola Library is becoming a reality

After years of working towards a new Dimboola Library, planning for the establishment of the new library is progressing with tenders for...
Kynan Clarke has been awarded a $10,000 scholarship to study a Bachelor of Media from the Dimboola Bendigo Bank and the Community Sector Banking.

Banking awards Indigenous scholarship for university.

Dimboola Bendigo Bank and Australia’s not-for-profit banking specialist Community Sector Banking has announced the recipients of its second annual Indigenous Scholarship Program.
Hindmarsh Shire’s fifth Youth Council was joined by Hindmarsh Shire Councillors Rob Gersch, Deb Nelson, Tony Schneider, Ron Lowe and Mayor Ron Ismay.

Youth Council launches into the community 

Hindmarsh Shire Council announced their 2019 Youth Council with a celebration launch on February 20 at the Jeparit Memorial Hall.
Bales Crushed PET Bottles. Image from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PET_bottle_recycling

Recycling industry volatility continues

MUNICIPAL Association of Victoria (MAV) has called for consideration to be given to greater State Government...