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A NEW community bus could be ferrying Berrimba Childcare participants around if their project is successful.
STUDENTS from Moama Anglican Grammar shone at the recent regional final of the Lions Junior Public Speaking Competition at Lockington.
MOAMA Anglican Grammar School has saved 30kg of waste destined for landfill after making 500 boomerang bags from old pillow slips recently.
ST MARY’S and Echuca Specialist School students jumped at the opportunity to get their hands dirty for Planet Ark’s National Tree Day.
ECHUCA East Primary School prep students attended a bush kinder with Wolithiga Elder Uncle Rick Ronnan recently.
MEMBER for Murray Plains Peter Walsh has congratulated the Echuca Specialist School community for securing a long overdue funding pledge from the Victorian Government.
THOSE who will benefit most from the Victorian Government’s announcement were jumping for joy on Monday — literally.
ECHUCA Primary School’s Jude Phyland and Twin Rivers’ Alyssa Morphett were the big winners and grinners at the recent Echuca Lions Club junior public speaking competition.
ECHUCA Specialist School’s cries for help have not fallen on deaf ears.
ECHUCA Specialist School’s ‘quiet’ space will receive a facelift during the school holidays.
THE Riverine Herald has enlisted in the Echuca Specialist School Army.
ECHUCA Specialist School administration officer Jenni Candy (pictured) knows the school community deserves something special.
LEITCHVILLE’S Ellie Hodge, 20, has won this year’s $12,000 Greenham GOTAFE dairy scholarship.
COMMUNITY and business representatives volunteered their time to carry out mock job interviews with Echuca College students recently. The Beacon initiative aimed to give students real life interview experience to prepare them for their first jobs...
ANOTHER one bites the dust. Wistaria Cafe has closed its doors after 17 years after negotiations with the Campaspe Shire could not reach a lease agreement. And tenant Eric Grumont had simply had enough. ‘‘We have just had a gutful,’’ he told...
Have you ever walked home after 11.30pm with some unopened tinnies in your bag?
The Australian Taxation Office raided a Shepparton business yesterday as part of a co-ordinated strike across Victoria. Two hundred and fifty ATO officers raided 11 business and residential sites across Melbourne and Shepparton, targeting tax...