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New look Storm to take on Taylors Lake

  Round one of the Horsham District Football Netball League will commence this weekend, with Jeparit Rainbow taking on Taylors Lake. With a new look...
DOUSED: Warracknabeal CFA member, Cory Bentley, mops up a fi re suspected to have been caused by a cigarette butt on Friday at the rear of the VicRoads yard in Warracknabeal.

As weather heats up, be prepared

Forest Fire Management Victoria firefighters are on standby and asking the public to stay informed as hot and windy weather conditions are forecast across all...

Eagles back on the track

Warrack Eagles president Adrian Bibby believes pre-season training is going well for the club, with good numbers of players turning up for training over...

Maroon continues rise

WARRACK Maroon has continued its push for a top four berth in Dimboola and District Tennis Association after a tight battle with Arkona at...
• READY TO RUN: Netlor Group Just Copiers Konica Minolta service engineers Jason Delaney and Michael Jenkins test run a landscape format booklet under the watchful eye of North West Press Manager Andrew Ward (centre) on Friday.

New press brings high end colour printing to North West Press

THE commercial printing division of the Warracknabeal Herald, North West Press has just invested in the latest technology in digital printing, with the installation...

A life of dedication

  WARRACKNABEAL lost one of its most beloved and inspirational leaders when Doug McColl passed away following a short illness yesterday. Douglas Lyall McColl was born...
CFA Torn Apart

Government splits apart CFA for Union

VICTORIA’S CFA will be a  volunteer-only firefighting service  and the role of volunteers further enshrined under law, while a new organisation, Fire Rescue Victoria,...
BUMPER: Contractors work stripping a barley crop North of Warracknabeal ahead of what most experts are saying will be one of the best harvests in recent years, much to the delight of the regions grain and pulse growers

Federal budget offers mixed benefits for farmers

  VICTORIAN farmers will continue to benefit from a federal government scheme that allows small business owners to instantly write off assets worth up to...

Child care cost relief for Wimmera Mallee families

MEMBER for Mallee, Andrew Broad, has said that thousands of families across the Wimmera Mallee are set to benefit as part of the Coalition...
Demolition work at the Cancer Centre

Kealy asks minister for the promised extra funding for cancer centre

There has been a cost blowout to the tune of $1.5 million for the Wimmera Health Care Group to be able to provide dialysis...