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COUNCILS MOTION TO LOBBY GOVERNMENT

YARRIAMBIACK Shire joined other councils from around the nation for the Australian Local Government Association National Assembly to put forward motions to...

Protect yourselves online

ENJOY the benefits of living life on-line but protect yourself and stay in control of your personal information when connected to the...
SEEING THE SIGHTS: From left, Leanne Stirling, Cheryl Gigney, Kim Rycroft, Julie Johnson (front), Andey Boren and Sharon Moyle chat with Wheatland Museum volunteer Lorraine Inkster (centre) this week as they tour the Silo Art Trail. The ladies adorned themselves with their own silo art as they felt the Dooen Silo was naked, so they took it upon themselves to be a replacement.

SIGHT SEEING SILOS

FIVE visitors to the Silo Art Trail took to the trail with ...

NATIONALS RETAIN MALLEE

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

Y-Fest boosts $10,000s into district’s economy

AS Warracknabeal prepares for its annual Easter Y-Fest celebrations, many may not ...
RETURN VISIT: Leo and Sandra performing at concert in Warracknabeal in 2017 will be back to entertain everyone in the fi rst of the Art Council’s Winter Concert program

RETURN OF POPULAR DUO FOR SUNDAY’S CONCERT

WARRACKNABEAL Arts Council welcomes the return to Warracknabeal of popular musical duo, Leo...
RESPECT AND REMEMBRANCE: The Warracknabeal and District leads the town’s march of ex-servicemen and wormen, along with community members, as part of the moving commemorative services held on Thursday morning.

Communities stop to pay homage

PEOPLE throughout Yarriambiack Shire turned out in force, once again, to ...

WIND TURBINES START TURNING At MURRA WARRA

SIXTEEN wind towers have now risen out of the ground and ...
From left: Wimmera Development Association Acting Director Mark Fletcher; BoM National Media Manager Angela Beggs; Food and Fibre Strategy and Programs, Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions Director Melinda Knapp; BoM Media and Communications Manager Victoria Melody Horrill; DJPR Agriculture Media and Communications Adviser Justine Severin; Food and Fibre Strategy and Programs, DJPR Assistant Manager Suzanne Walker; BoM Project Manager Paul Martin; BoM Victorian Manager Andrew Tupper; BoM Manager Observing Systems and Operations Business Transformation, Terry Stiles and Economic Development Coordinator, Grampians, RDV Colin Kemp at the training centre in Broadmeadows facility.

Rainbow radar works continue

Six months on from the announcement that the new Bureau of Meteorology’s weather radar project would be built just outside of Rainbow,...
NEW BEGINNING: Senior Constable David Piera and Sergeant Kylie Newell prepare to move into the new Warracknabeal Police Station.

New look Station opens its doors

THE Warracknabeal community will benefit from the brand new police station which opened yesterday. The new station...