Lucy’s headed for Canberra
Tocumwal’s Lucy Bourchier has been selected to attend the Rotary Adventure in Citizenship program in Canberra from March 30 to April 6.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has refused to meet a local delegation to discuss the water crisis.
Finley Public School has incorporated the ‘No Flies On Us’ fruit fly campaign into its My Kitchen Garden program.
On a day to promote gender equality and the empowerment of women, local ladies across the Berrigan Shire celebrated International Women’s Day in style.
The stress of an expected low yield rice season was forgotten at the annual Rice Industry Field Day.
Barooga Public School will soon get a technology boost in the classroom after receiving a $9,311 grant.
Sunshine, warm weather and the chance to back a winner helped draw the crowds to the Berrigan Racecourse for the fifth annual Finley Autumn Cup on Saturday.
Water out of the NSW Murray Valley will be used to supply the Wentworth to Broken Hill Pipeline project.
The industrial sector of Tocumwal has received a significant $1.1 million boost after a funding commitment for Jersey St.
Tocumwal’s long awaited request for an ambulance station could become a reality within the next four years.
Ten candidates will contest the seat of Murray at next week’s NSW election with independents and minor parties coming forward at the last minute.
Tocumwal’s Lucy Bourchier will represent the Southern Riverina at the Lions Youth of the Year District Final after winning the zone final on Sunday.
With the Pause the Plan campaign gaining momentum, the next meeting is being organised for Barooga.
He’s been a club stalwart for the best part of 35 years and Allan Seamer (pictured) is being honoured again for his commitment to the Tocumwal Bowls Club.
Police, CFA, Shepparton Search and Rescue and State Emergency Service personnel are on the scene of a truck rollover in Murchison. It is believed a truck rolled off the bridge as you enter the town and has landed in the Goulburn River below. The...
Ten months after launching with much fanfare, Oliver’s Real Food has suddenly closed.
Eagerly awaiting the keys to his new home, Shepparton’s Alex Newling, 20, could never have imagined he would be in the position he is today.