Jayden Hollands breaks records for fun.. The 14-year-old already holds various sprinting records at Numurkah Secondary College and has now notched up another outstanding accolade, this time for his beloved Blues.. Hollands has dominated for
It’s time for another Shepparton News Footy Show.. After a split round in the Goulburn Valley League, Foxy, JR and Olly have all six games to preview. The boys will also unveil Echuca’s president for next year.. Adem Barolli is in the
More than 520 Australians who made the ultimate sacrifice while fighting for their county were remembered in a Vietnam Veterans Day service yesterday. Formerly known as Long Tan Day, the day commemorates the Battle of Long Tan, which began on the
The former Shepparton Demons Basketball Club president has used the team’s finances as her own personal piggy bank.. Sherryn Martin, 41, pleaded guilty in Shepparton Magistrates’ Court on Friday to theft after she took money from the
A number of Goulburn Valley Giants players will again represent Victoria Country next month.. The AFL Masters National Carnival in Geelong from October 1 to 7 will see 10 Giants set to pull on the Big V jumper.. Mark Lambourn, Rob Hearn, Mick
A performance intent on enlightening young minds taught Mooroopna students the importance of diversity on Thursday, in a passionate theatre show based on magic.. The students of Mooroopna Park Primary School were treated to a performance by a group
Teams for the next competition, starting Monday, August 21 at 7pm, are as follows:. Badminators: Troy Grant, John Lethbridge, Ian McMillan, Pam Jones, Aileen Hayes and Ella Hickey.. Shuttlemasters: Scott Fullerton, Richard Prentice, Luke Rodda, Pam
The Deni Rhinos will host their first pre-season cricket training on Sunday morning.. The light training session will be held at the RSL cricket nets at 11am.. Rhinos coach John Arthur said that all new and returning players are welcome to join
Having already worked through one council merger successfully, Mac Wallace (pictured) says he has a lot of experience to offer Edward River Council.. He is one of the 17 candidates vying for a seat on the nine-person council, the make-up of which is
Cara Meyer: Cara has shown a strong commitment to running centre this season and is a force on the court. Her drive and speed on the court is phenomenal and places herself well on the court to receive intercepts and create many turnovers.. Katie
Kaiden Joss (wing): Captain. Silky skilled winger who never plays a bad game and loves a goal.. Jack Woodcock (wing): Captain. Super consistent with fantastic skills.. Brandon Armstrong (RR): Vice-captain. Dynamic, pacey onballer who runs all day
Ellie Fishlock (GK, GD, WD): Captain courageous. Can be relied upon to create turnovers and direct play. A force to be reckoned with. Leads by example.. Georgia McCulloch (GK, GD, C): The ‘Intercept Queen’. Georgia’s speed and
Deniliquin Rovers Netball Club has had a fantastic 2017 season with six of their seven teams making finals.. Featuring in the first week of finals will be A grade, C reserve and Under 15s who will all play qualifying finals in Mathoura tomorrow
MEMBER for Murray Plains Peter Walsh has delivered a strong message of zero tolerance to those with intent to steal fuel.. Mr Walsh applauded last week’s announcement by the Liberal National Coalition that fuel drive-offs would be treated as
Mathoura lost a kingpin of our community this week with the passing of long-term local, Harry ‘Snow’ O’Connor.. What do you say about a man who was small in stature but had a heart as big as Texas?. Family was his first love
Kelsey Hislop (GK, GD): A strong defender, and always gets the much needed intercepts in high pressure situations.. Emmaline Weir (GD): A midcourt turned defender late this year and has slotted into the position perfectly. Her speed and agility are
Benalla Health, which runs the community Parkinson’s Disease support group, is pleased to support this year’s A Walk in the Park event for Parkinson’s awareness.. Thousands of people will descend on Melbourne’s Federation
A Queensland labour-hire company and its manager have been penalised a total of more than $84000 after flouting record-keeping and pay slip laws relating to vulnerable foreign workers, despite having previously been cautioned by the Fair Work
Gippsland is the main growth region where a boost in demand for quality cereal hay has resulted in a price rise recently.. The majority of cereal is now trading at between $150 and $170/tonne but there is poor quality feed available for around
Event organisers are gearing up for this weekend’s annual Reg Poole Country Music Concert at the Harston Memorial Hall.. The concert will be hosted by the Golden Guitar winner, who will perform old-time favourites with a sing-a-long.. Harston
At the Dieckmann family’s 81ha farm, the lucerne hay producers have been using Case IH equipment for decades and recently purchased a trio of tractors.. Having recently purchased a Farmall 115U cab, Farmall 60B and Farmall105U with loader from
Brave investment is required to grow the patronage and quality of V/Line services, Nationals Member for Euroa Steph Ryan says.. Following the release of a Victorian Auditor General’s report on the regional rail network, Ms Ryan has called on
Fonterra's new state-of-the-art cheese plant was officially opened in Stanhope, marking the return of full production to the site two and a half years after fire destroyed the previous plant.. The $140 million plant has injected an estimated $30
With the towering silos littered across the Victorian landscape, a drone has helped to deliver a different perspective to the Wimmera-Mallee's Silo Art Trail.. From vision of the intricate artistry to stunning landscapes that see these
Goulburn Murray Water (GMW) has removed the blue-green algae warning for Lake Eppalock following a significant decline in blue-green algae levels.. GMW will continue to undertake regular water quality monitoring and if blue-green algae reach levels
Tomato seeds that were carried into space aboard a space shuttle and experimented on by astronauts in the 1980s only made it past Sydney’s Biosecurity officers after a blast of gamma rays.. The Tomato Rutgers California Supreme seeds were
The Senate Economics References Committee has today tabled its report into the Australian dairy industry.. The inquiry was initiated off the back of what the committee called unsavoury claw back practices that were conducted by Murray Goulburn and
With recent rainfall across the Goulburn Valley, interest in Gaffy’s Tractor Hire’s hay making equipment is growing according to the company’s owner, Tim Gaffy.. Mr Gaffy has recently purchased a new 110hp John Deere tractor which
A woman is in a serious condition after a car crashed into the footpath of a busy street in Sydney's north, injuring seven pedestrians including a child.
Winx has given her legions of fans a scare by missing the start in the Warwick Stakes before rallying to win the Group Two race.
Dashcam footage between Adelaide and South Australia's northeast could help police solve the disappearance and suspected murder of missing mother Tanja Ebert.
Crossbench senator Nick Xenophon has become the latest in a string of federal politicians to reveal they hold dual citizenship.
Malcolm Turnbull has urged Australians to say a prayer for a seven-year-old Sydney boy who has gone missing after the van attack in Barcelona.
Malcolm Turnbull has spruiked Tasmania's renewable energy projects in an address to the Liberal Party state council meeting.
A former policeman hoping to be Ipswich's next mayor says he's in his "prime", compared to a rival in the "twilight of his time" on council.
Crossbench senator Nick Xenophon will refer himself to the High Court after finding out he's a British Overseas Citizen.
US President Donald Trump is considering a change of strategy in Afghanistan, with options ranging from a total pullout to a modest hike in troops.
A plea by a Roman Polanski rape victim to end the criminal case against the fugitive director has been rejected by a judge in Los Angeles.