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FIRE SERVICE INQUIRY RECOMMENDS SCRAPPING THE BILL

VICTORIA’S State Government proposed changes to the State fire service are still in doubt after the parliamentary inquiry recommended that the bill be scrapped. The...
Catherine Morley

Major shakeup at the top for RNH and WHCG

DUAL announcements on Monday have signalled big changes at the top of two health care providers. Rural Northwest Health announced Chief Executive Officer, Catherine Morley,...
Sisters, Barbara Collins, Carol Buckland, Gillian Hardeman and Elaine Teboekhorst with the photo of their ‘Pop’, Tom Smith, they stumbled across while strolling down Scott Street during a recent road-trip to the area.

Surprise for family on return to Warracknabeal

FOUR sisters reliving a family road trip with their Dad many years ago received the surprise of a lifetime strolling down Scott-st in Warracknabeal...
CIRCLE OF LIFE: Students were happy to plant trees to help the environment as part of National Tree Planting Day.

Warracknabeal Primary School joins National Tree Planting Day

ON FRIDAY July 28 members of Warracknabeal Primary School’s Resource Smart team participated in the national ‘School’s Tree Day’. Under the expert eye of...
APPRECIATION: L-R: Premier, Daniel Andrews, and Yarriambiack Mayor, Graeme Massey, discuss the merits of the artwork on display at Sheep Hills.

Government hopes to triple number of silo sites

VICTORIA’S State Government has announced a major funding boost to strengthen Western Victoria’s reputation as a major tourism destination for the future. Premier Daniel Andrews...

Warracknabeal families to benefit from education plan

WORK will start soon on the first stage of the brand new Education Precinct in Warracknabeal, funded by the Victorian State Government. Premier Daniel Andrews...
Yarriambiack Creek Development Committee Members Andy Morcom (Left) and Mick Schilling (Right) with WSC Yr 11 Students (Alpine 2015), Brady Priest (standing), Zach Winsall (sitting), Luke Colville (top), Grace Phelan (sitting) and in front Kiarna Taylor and Jessie Koschitzke.

Exercise stations installed around creek

YARRIAMBIACK Creek Development Committee have recently installed two exercise stations around the Yarriambiack Creek walking track for people to use whilst out enjoying a...

Large parts of Warracknabeal with substandard NBN

Y A R R I A M B I A C K  Shire Council has voiced its concerned at reports of more issues facing...
Putting the shoe on the other foot, the Herald Editor, David Ward is fi lmed by cameraman Michael Barrett and interviewed by Emily Sutton from the ABC Lateline team.

ABC Lateline broadcasts the success of country newspapers

AN ABC Lateline television crew, keen to highlight the ongoing success of independently owned country newspapers, contrary to the metropolitan dailies, has been filming at...
READY: Warracknabeal Rotaract Club members get ready for a night of fundraising at their recent trivia night for the #Luv4Linc campaign.

TRIVIA NIGHT FOR LINC AND BROOKE

WARRACKNABEAL’S  Rotaract Club recently hosted a trivia night with all funds raised donated to the #Luv4Linc campaign. The function was the second time Rotaract has...