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Kings Cup rowing centenary celebrated

By Charles E. Rees The King’s Cup is the premier rowing race in Australia; annual interstate representative senior heavy...

Bendigo Bank invests $15,000 in community for 15th birthday

The Dimboola Community Bendigo Bank branch opened 15 years ago in December 2004, and as part of the celebrations they are giving...
Murra Warra Wind Farm

Murra Warra Wind Farm celebrates half way mark of turbine construction

The Murra Warra Wind Farm celebrates reaching the half way mark in turbine construction, today completing the erection of turbine 31 of...

Bev’s services recognised with OAM

Mrs Beverly Jean Hoffmann has been awarded an OAM for services to sport and the community of Dimboola. A...

NATIONALS RETAIN MALLEE

DESPITE a swing of just under three percent with almost 80 percent of votes counted,...

MINISTER TURNS FIRST SOD FOR NEW DIMBOOLA LIBRARY

Last Thursday the Dimboola community had the opportunity to witness the Minister for Local Government, Adem Somyurek turn the first sod of...

AEC closes down polling booths

IN a move that has angered many people, the Australian Electoral Commission...

WIND TURBINES START TURNING At MURRA WARRA

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...