Popular flower show turns 60
The Cobram Uniting Church Ladies Guild held yet another successful annual Flower Show at Irvin Hall on Friday.
Fonterra Australia has announced an increase of 13¢/kg of milk solids to its farm gate milk price for the 2018-19 season, bringing its average farm gate milk price to $5.98kg/MS.
Dutch Thunder Wildlife Care and Rescue Shelter has been successful in receiving Victorian Government funding after applying for a Wildlife Rehabilitator Grant last year.
The Courier and Cobram Cemetery Trust joined forces to help a New Zealand woman find answers to a family mystery.
Those visiting the recent Elmore Field Days had a chance to learn more about Queensland fruit fly and, with the arrival of spring, the provisions necessary to help prevent the spread of the pest.
Dairy farmers in the southern milk pool have two weeks left to apply for farm business improvement project grants before the Farmers’ Fund grant applications close on October 29.
More tourists can experience the beauty of the Murray River following a series of upgrades to the paddlesteamer fleet in Echuca.
Four people from different shires have become formally qualified Queensland fruit fly urban field officers as part of the Goulburn-Murray Valley QFF No Flies On Us action plan.
Cobram Secondary College’s brightest artists only have to wait two more sleeps until their work is on display for the community to admire.
Cobram Cemetery Trust’s Soldier Settlers-themed walk is approaching and valuable information was still needed.
If you have nothing planned this weekend, head along to the annual Ritchies IGA Family Fun Day this Saturday at the supermarket car park between 9.30am and 1pm.
After fighting to have the former Apex Caravan Park site retained for public use, Cobram Barooga Apex Club is forming a steering committee to oversee the site’s direction moving forward.
When the irrigation channel supplying Paul and Lenore Mundy’s property was slated for modernisation as part of the $2billion Goulburn-Murray Water Connections project, they knew it was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to upgrade the farm and improve productivity.
Local council roads will receive a boost after the Victorian Government unveiled a $100million fixing country roads program, as part of the $941million regional roads investment.
The Murray Football Netball League is likely to be split in two for the 2019 season. Two new clubs have signaled their intention to join the MFNL next season, and league operations manager Dale Norman says a process is underway to create a first and...
A SYDNEY couple were yesterday on life support in a Melbourne hospital after being hit by a shuttle bus in Moama on Sunday night.
Police are in attendance at a fatal crash scene in Benalla this morning. It’s understood the male driver was travelling north on Firth Road when he left the roadway and crashed into a tree about 9.20am. The driver, a 33-year-old Benalla man and...