Silos provide spot to reflect
Locals from the Devenish area gathered around the town’s towering silo on Sunday, November 4, to pay their respects and to honour the commitment of servicemen and women during World War I.
A once common sight in wetlands across the southern Murray-Darling Basin, southern pygmy perch are facing dwindling numbers, but a new project is focused on boosting their population.
A toxic tyre and haystack blaze in Nanneella on November 4 sent plumes of black smoke into the air that could be seen from as far afield as Tongala.
Freedom Foods has been funded by the Victorian Government to the tune of $1.7million to assist with the completion of an $8.6million investment in on-site rooftop solar, voltage optimisation and battery storage.
Development of a planned solar farm and storage battery for Stanhope has faced a hurdle after GloBird Energy requested to amend its application.
High-tech sensors designed to stop endangered wedge-tailed eagles being killed by wind farms will be trialled in remote Tasmania.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has angrily dismissed claims money meant for the National Disability Insurance Scheme will be redirected to a drought fund.
Drivers on the roads near Barmah National Park have been warned to beware of drought-hit brumbies wandering roads in search of food.
The Goulburn Valley has lost more than 97 per cent of native vegetation that was in the region before pre-European settlement, according to Greater Shepparton City Council.
Farmers and community members will have the opportunity to question candidates on how they plan to deliver for agriculture during a VFF forum in Shepparton this week.
A survey canvassing the views of thousands of Australians about the egg industry has found that while the industry is viewed positively by the public, it also faces key challenges in developing deeper levels of trust with the Australian people.
Regardless of who gets elected at the Victorian election on November 24, anglers will see improvements to fishing and boating facilities, and boat ramp parking and launching fees will be abolished.
With surging electricity prices, intensive agricultural industries are looking for newer and smarter technologies to deploy on farm.
With farmers cutting more hay to recover costs from a below-average growing season, the Country Fire Authority is reminding landowners to take additional care when cutting, baling and storing hay this season.
A 37-year-old woman and a 12-year-old boy have died after a truck collided with their vehicle on the Murray Valley Highway in Brimin on Friday night at about 9.30pm. The truck driver has been identified as a 31-year-old Mooroopna resident and has...
The lives of the Sharp family were turned upside-down recently while on a routine trip home from school.
ECHUCA Regional Health staff have been left shocked and saddened by the death of former surgical registrar Daniel Christidis in a shark attack on Monday. Mr Christidis, 33, died in North Queensland after he was attacked while paddleboarding in the...