Old school site use questioned
Concerns have been raised by Member for Euroa Steph Ryan surrounding the future of the former Seymour East Primary School site.
The Old Goulburn River Bridge is slowly but surely being brought back to its glory days, and a $56000 allocation in this year’s Mitchell Shire Council budget will only help its cause.
Local farmers who say wild dog numbers are ‘‘out of control’’ had the chance to voice their concerns to Leader of The Nationals Peter Walsh and Deputy Leader and Member for Euroa Steph Ryan on Thursday.
A new Local Area Commander has landed at Seymour Police Station to keep an eye on the Mitchell Police Service Area.
Two weeks into his new role as Goulburn Ovens Institute of TAFE chief executive, Travis Heeney is looking forward to learning more and developing community connections in the region.
The new Seymour Rotary Club president is a testament to what can be achieved through hard work and dedication.
Seymour lost one of its most well-known and equally well-loved identities last week.
Strathbogie Shire Council recently held community and culture workshops aimed at discussing what culture means to our community and how it can benefit residents, businesses and visitors.
Two of the Nagambie Senior Citizens Club’s current leaders were recently awarded life membership in recognition of their longstanding dedication to the organisation. The club, which is more than 40 years old, has grown under president Lindsay...
A Seymour resident has put up posters around town to raise awareness about what he sees as a major problem with the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority’s proposed flood levee.
Seymour’s Go Again Op Shop has had a mini makeover and will re-open its doors today.
Strathbogie Shire Council had a strong focus on renewal and replacement of ageing infrastructure when it endorsed the 2018-19 budget and revised council plan at a special meeting last week.
After 20 years under the First National banner Chris Bender’s real estate business has changed its colours.
It is official — the Victorian Government has given $200000 to support the rebuild of a community hall in Tallarook.
A dramatic police chase came to a screeching halt in Tallygaroopna this afternoon, leaving locals stunned and grateful no-one was injured. The hour long chase reportedly reached speeds of nearly 200 kph as seven police pursuit vehicles attempted to...
AN EIGHT-year-old boy and his grandfather suffered cuts and a family was left shocked after a flying piece of scrap metal smashed into both of their cars. A Cobram family of four was in their 4WD heading towards Moama on the Cobb Hwy near Milgate Rd...
An open offer from the Kyabram District Football Netball League seeking new clubs to help swell its ranks has potentially started an arms race across the region.