A man has died after being involved in a serious collision south of Cobram on Friday afternoon.. Emergency services were called the two-car collision at the corner of Campbell and Healy Rds about 4.10pm.. The driver of one of the vehicles, believed
Moira Shire Council is one of several north-east councils to benefit from Victorian Government funding to help local councils with their finances through a series of grants and collaborative projects.. Moira Shire, Indigo Shire, Alpine Shire
A parliamentary committee has recommended the Andrews Government reconsider its proposed taxi reform legislation, including its new $2 tax on every taxi trip.. A report tabled in the Victorian Parliament last week by the Economy and Infrastructure
The Murray Bushrangers were left to rue a poor second term in their clash with Dandenong Stingrays at Shepley Reserve in Dandenong on Saturday.. Following an even first quarter, Dandenong managed five goals to one with their strong midfield winning
Local students spent a day learning in the sun and developing mindfulness and resilience at a special day hosted by the Bluearth program.. Using movement as a vehicle, the Bluearth approach assists student development in the behavioural, emotional
The owners of Ambience Bakery Cafe have been left disappointed and frustrated after the business was burgled on the Queen’s Birthday long weekend.. Two offenders broke into the business at 2am on the Sunday morning, stealing a small amount of
A former Victorian premier fears anti-foreign investment sentiment in Australia could compromise future economic prosperity and cost opportunities with China.. John Brumby is the national president of the Australia China Business Council, which is
The long spell of dry weather and above normal warmth each day has continued last week and is expected to continue up to near the end of the month in our regions. However, there are signs of a change approaching. Perth last Thursday 22nd , received
The release of a new report on the impact of the Murray-Darling Basin Plan on Murray irrigators is aimed at drawing attention to the loss of water to agriculture.. Representing the Southern Riverina Irrigators, Shelley Scoullar was part of a small
The Grains Research and Development Corporation will host a farm business update at the Yarrawonga-Mulwala Golf Club later this month.. The update, to be held on Wednesday, June 28, will cover a range of topics including information on: interest
On a sprawling 1100ha mixed farming property just outside Tocumwal, a curious mix of animals comes together at the Old Woperana Animal Nursery.. While the weekdays are spent shearing sheep, growing crops and raising beef cattle, Maryanne Ryan and
Northern Victorians will finally have the chance to put their concerns about environmental watering on the record in a new parliamentary inquiry.. State Member for Northern Victoria Luke O’Sullivan directly referred the inquiry to the Environment
The VFF has called on the Andrews Government to scrap rates on farm land in a bid to fix what it says is an unfair council rating system that discriminates against primary producers.. The farmer group is urging a five-year transition from the
The Andrews Government is urging Victorians to provide feedback on the Code of Practice for the Keeping of Racing Greyhounds, which aims to improve animal welfare.. Victorian Agriculture Minister Jaala Pulford said animal welfare was a top priority
The value of data, how to capture the benefits of data and how it can be shared down the value chain were the dominant themes at the Harvesting the Benefits of Digital Agriculture Conference, hosted by the Australian Farm Institute.. The conference
The Federal Government is promising better support for Australian farmers under proposed new laws to streamline the rollout of loans and programs.. Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce last Wednesday introduced to parliament a bill to establish the
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Greens federal parliamentarians are weighing up how to sanction Senator Lee Rhiannon over a school funding campaign.
UK Conservatives and Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Part have struck a deal to back Prime Minister Theresa May's government.
After spending two years on the run NSW Police have finally caught up with an alleged drug kingpin whose new partner had no idea about his real identity.
A Vanuatu coffee company hopes a $656,000 investment will help boost production and the livelihoods of hundreds of farmers on Tanna Island.
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews's suggestion of having AFP tactical response teams at airports 24 hours a day has been knocked back.
The Liberal Party and Greens are facing a winter of discontent as Tony Abbott and Bill Shorten warn the voters are restless.
Shadow treasurer Chris Bowen says the federal government has set a precedent with its bank levy which the states will consider as an option.
A 12-month boarding station trial will allow vessels to dock and clear customs on the Gold Coast with the trial covering next year's Commonwealth Games.
The 'Angel of London Bridge' Kirsty Boden has been remembered for her loving smile at a service in the South Australian Riverland town of Loxton.
The electoral fraud case against former Auburn deputy mayor Salim Mehajer has been adjourned until next month after the Crown made its closing submission.