Southern Riverina farmers are ready and waiting to help make a significant contribution to the nation’s drought effort. All they need is some government and bureaucratic support.
Farmers throughout the region will receive vital drought support from a $500 million NSW Government emergency drought relief package.
Finley Community Help Group has again shown its generosity, this time donating to Finley Regional Care.
The time has come to start counting all the squares knitted by the hard working ladies at the Tocumwal Knitters and Knatters.
Molly McLeod and Amelia Packer will represent the local area in the next round of the Lions Junior Public Speaking competition after winning at the zone final in Finley on Sunday.
Barham farmer Katrina Myers (pictured) has been appointed to represent the Mid-Murray region in giving advice on the Murray-Darling Basin Plan.
Up to 50 jobs could be created in the local area at peak producing periods, with news a cotton gin will be built in Coleambally.
Are churches becoming an easy target for vandals?
More needs to be done to remove corellas from trees along the Murray River, according to Tocumwal based Berrigan Shire Councillor Colin Jones.
Desperate irrigators are calling for environmental water managers to reconsider their early season plans in the face of a growing feed and fodder crisis across eastern states due to the drought.
Berrigan Children’s Centre is the place to go for that special early childhood learning environment, with experienced and caring staff who ensure children come first, natural playgrounds and well-resourced rooms.
Finley High School strives to excel in providing quality education and a vast range of opportunities for its students.
Blighty School is creating tomorrow’s great young Australians through the provision of diverse opportunities, a learning for life philosophy and building strong connections to community.
The Finley High School show team was again blessed with outstanding success at the annual Australian Sheep and Wool Show in Bendigo from July 20 to 22.
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 Shepparton South Sudanese community is heartbroken following the death of former Shepparton resident Laa Chol in Melbourne last week.
ECHUCA-MOAMA Winter Blues Festival was thrown into last minute chaos today when several venues realised they did not comply with Liquor Licensing regulations. Those regulations restrict cafe/restaurants from staging live music at their venues. This...