Same war, same enemy but not a story they could share
Brothers Bill and Noel Slatterie fought in the same war, on similar front lines, around the same towns and regions.
Foundation students at St Joseph’s Primary School in Cobram brought up a huge milestone in their young lives last Wednesday — 100 days at school.
Four local rally cars left town on Thursday for the annual Kidney Kar Rally.
Koalas in Cobram and Koonoomoo are ‘‘dying rapidly’’, according to Dutch Thunder Wildlife Shelter owner Kylee Donkers.
Cobram Primary School students have had their eyes opened to the world of optometry.
An increasing number of Victorians believe they should be able to exceed speed limits, an annual survey has found.
We are taught from a young age that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but many children still miss out.
One man’s junk is another man’s treasure — that is Adrian Bennett’s message for people unsure whether or not to attend Cobram Rotary Club’s annual swap meet.
For the average person, appearing on television might be a nerve-racking thought, but it was just another day at the office for Strathmerton’s John Hall.
Strathmerton’s push for safer traffic conditions is gathering momentum by the day.
A statewide program to enhance the skills of plumbers who install and service gas heaters, making sure households are not at risk from carbon monoxide poisoning, will run this month.
Moira Foodshare is here to stay in Cobram, despite concerns from community organisations that the sale of the block of land next to the storage warehouse off Dillon St would hinder its ability to continue.
Parks Victoria rangers and Forest Fire Management Victoria officers are urging people to stay safe and follow campfire guidelines.
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...