Kids at risk
A severe lack of police resources is leaving the region’s children at risk, according to Police Association of NSW executive member Roger Campton.
Colourful television personality Sam Kekovich was the star of the Berrigan Shire when he officially launched the return of the revamped shire business awards on Thursday night.
It was a busy two weeks of school holidays at the Tocumwal Golf and Bowls Club with plenty of youngsters taking advantage of the activities to keep them occupied.
It’s no secret the drought is taking its toll on our farmers, and for the Cameron family it’s all about finding alternatives to keep their family afloat during this testing period.
The Murray River at Tocumwal has seen a slight rise in the past week, whilst Billabong Creek remain steady.
The Berrigan Shire Business Awards will be revamped in 2019, with the plan to have a different theme each year.
More than 40 people in the community are more equipped for the fire season after attending the recent Berrigan Rural Fire Service open day.
The Finley Ladies Golf breast cancer fundraiser raised $1350 for breast cancer research and support, thanks to locals and sponsors who supported its charity event.
Gabrielle Coupland says Southern Riverina Irrigators members have made it clear the advocacy body is ‘‘prepared to lose credibility’’ after she was told she wouldn’t have the support of key stakeholders if she was to remain as chairperson.
The John Scarce era of the Murrumbidgee Council started last week, and the new general manager says his priorities will be guided by the community.
Outgoing Finley High School vice captain Zac Barlow has won the Sir John Monash Education Bursary.
Roadworks will be carried out at a number of locations on the Hume and Riverina highways in February and March next year.
Berrigan residents will get another opportunity to determine what trees should be planted along Jerilderie St, according to Berrigan Shire Mayor Matt Hannan.
Three of Berrigan Shire Council’s townships will receive a share of funding from the Stronger Country Communities round two funding stream.
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...