ADDRESSING the Mia Mia audience at the end of Saturday’s performance, Mattia Campetti said “there is one person missing tonight”.. Organising committee spokeswoman Kate Hicks agreed and said everyone’s thoughts were with Lynne McDonald and
UPDATE: The fire is now under control. There is currently no threat to communities, but you should continue to stay informed and monitor conditions. What you should do: Monitor weather conditions and warnings. Impacts in your area: Smoke may be
A TOTAL of 15 players enjoyed three games of pairs and triples in fine and warm conditions at Heathcote Bowls Club on Wednesday, March 15.. Only one team won all three games, the winners being Chris Cail (s) and Denise Anderson (three wins, 44
IT’S story time at the Heathcote Library.. On Friday, April 21 and Friday, May 19 families can bring their kids down and have a half-hour of reading.. Nurture your child’s listening, language and learning skills in these fun filled sessions
High praise for fire brigade. I HAVE no doubt that most people in Heathcote are aware of the fire which destroyed the house next door to ours last Monday evening.. Our house was saved from suffering a similar fate thanks to the prompt arrival of the
HEATHCOTE Tennis Club is back in the winner’s circle after narrowly defeating Redesdale/Sedgwick in the semi final on Saturday.. The Redesdale and District Tennis Association final series saw first-placed Heathcote move straight into the grand
The Victorian Yard Utility Farm Dog Association will hold a working dog training day this weekend.. The training day, on Saturday, April 1, will see four rings of action, all manned by experienced operators.. The Girgarre property of Mick Storan
State Member for Shepparton Suzanna Sheed is calling for the Andrews Government to consider imposing a legal age for ATV licensing.. It comes as the Legislative Assembly passed the Ports and Marine Legislation Amendment Bill last week.. Among the
What are their personalities like?. They all have different personalities. The Jack Russell is energetic and is always running around, the two staghounds are calm and lazy. They don’t do much until we’re out hunting and the kelpie is also
This is a clearing sale not to be missed, with tractors, vehicles and collectables all to go under the hammer.. Stationary engines and farm plant, and everything in between will be on offer.. Goods for sale include a tractor with front-end loader
Wet weather at this time of year has little impact on crops, regardless of how far through the season they may be.. With winter crops yet to be sown and horticulture crops in the latter part of their season, it is summer crops such as maize that are
China has agreed to a trade deal to allow greater access for Australian chilled meat exports.. The deal, to expand access from 11 exporters to all eligible Australian exporters, was announced by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull at a joint medi
Red meat producers will have long-term access to specialist coaches to help boost their management skills and increase on-farm adoption of research and development under a ground-breaking new program to be launched by Meat & Livestock Australi
After two months locked out of the workplace by their own company, employees at Echuca’s Parmalat plant have accepted a renewed enterprise bargaining agreement.. The agreement, decided upon on March 20, means the plant will re-open and Parmalat
The Regional, Rural and Remote Communications Coalition took calls for better and more reliable telecommunications services to Canberra last week, with a total of 16 groups lobbying members of parliament to bridge the telecommunication divide
Cautious optimism has greeted the news that an independent body will conduct detailed analysis of more than 30 communities as it works to compile a detailed report into the socio-economic effects of the Murray-Darling Basin Plan in the southern
Soil organic matter plays a key role in ensuring healthy soils and sustainable agriculture production, but Australian soils are generally lower in organic matter compared to the rest of the world according to Grains Research and Development
Special Minister of State Scott Ryan says new laws governing politicians' expenses will provide greater accountability.
Enduring Cyclone Debbie meant a fitful night followed by a nerve-rattling day waiting for winds like a plane flying directly overhead to stop, a witness says.
Telstra has lost its appeal against an ACCC ruling that it cut what it charges competitors for access to its copper network.
A South African anti-apartheid activist who was sentenced to life imprisonment with Nelson Mandela has died after brain surgery.
Thousands of dinosaur prints have been identified at James Price Point in WA's north, once labelled 'an unremarkable bit of coast' in the push for a gas plant.
Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny has been jailed for 15 days for his part in an anti-government protest.
With Animal Logic in Sydney, Lego's headquarters in Denmark, Warner Bros in LA and stars scattered across the globe the Lego Batman movie was truly global.
A cyclone expert says slow moving systems like Cyclone Debbie have the potential to be the most destructive.
As Australia tests the waters with medicinal marijuana, the Canadian government is moving towards full legalisation for recreational use.
The banking industry has rejected a call for lenders to only raise credit card spending limits when it is requested by the customer.