Bridie keeps kids on track
A BIT of heat was never going to stop Holy Rosary students from enjoying the sights of Heathcote.
FOR more than 10 years the Argyle Community Fireguard Group has been working with property owners in Heathcote’s Spring Flat Rd area to facilitate fire awareness, safety and the need for planning for fire danger.
ST VINCENT de Paul and the Ulysses Club have toys galore to make your Christmas easier this year.
HEATHCOTE Police are looking for the owner of some heavy-duty power cable that was found on the side of the Northern Highway on December 5.
BENEATH the bright morning sun last Wednesday, 40 volunteers gathered at the Heathcote Health maintenance shed for a barbecue breakfast to celebrate International Volunteers Day. The event was part of a wider day of recognition, acknowledging the efforts of volunteers around the world and the value they bring to their communities.
Benalla Furniture Removals offers people the use of storage sheds and removalist.
Woolworths Benalla customers can pick up a treat to leave out for Santa and help the OzHarvest Christmas appeal at the same time.
LONG time Heathcote resident Thelma Marshall celebrated her 90th birthday on November 25 with a party at the Heathcote Bowling Club.
IT’S beginning to feel a lot like Christmas after Santa parked his sleigh on top of the Heathcote Visitor Centre.
Seymour Health marks a significant milestone this month as the health service celebrates 25 years of providing high-quality, locally-based renal dialysis services to patients in the community.
AT 8.30am on January 31, 1945 a mail plane travelling from Melbourne to Broken Hill crashed in a paddock at Spring Plains, killing the two pilots and eight passengers.
Mitchell Shire Council adopted a revised Community Engagement Framework last week, strengthening its commitment to consultation with the community.
Christmas is a time of giving, and once again residents are being called upon to donate a gift to bring a smile to disadvantaged people in the community on Christmas morning.
A VERDICT of not guilty to both attempted murder and murder was handed down to the Deniliquin woman who murdered her son in the Murray River last year.
POLICE raided a Pakenham St retailer on Wednesday and seized allegedly illegal tobacco.
A POLICE strike team has arrested 16 people for drug crime, burglaries and theft during mass raids across Campaspe Shire. Central Victoria Response Unit, with the help of Campaspe uniform police, detectives and dog squad, executed 16 search warrants...