AFTER an anxious wait, the text John Bennett (pictured) had been waiting for arrived early Friday morning, confirming the Euroa Secondary College year 12 student…
A LARGE number of community members have, over the past week, provided input to the Australian Rail Track Corporation’s (ARTC) proposed changes to the Anderson Street Bridge in Euroa. The…Read more
AFTER an anxious wait, the text John Bennett (pictured) had been waiting for arrived early Friday morning, confirming the Euroa Secondary College year 12 student had achieved an ATAR score…Read more
A EUROA icon amongst the library community and anyone involved in Wednesday’s story time, Justus Hagan has bid farewell to 30 years in his role. Living in Ruffy, the librarian…Read more
INTERNATIONAL Day of People with Disability was celebrated all over the world last week and Euroa Secondary College students were fortunate enough to get a deeper insight into what it…Read more
GO TAFE students from around the region have been recognised for their top performance, dedication and hard work at the annual trade awards last week. Two Euroa women have come…Read more
STRATHBOGIE Shire has ranked well in new data released by RSPCA, which details local council areas for animals cruelty reports. The 2017-18 data ranked the shire 66th of Victoria’s 79…Read more
AFTER months of hard work and training, Avenel Primary School students were finally able to put their skills to the test at the annual Energy Breakthrough in Maryborough. Coming away…Read more
A PROPOSED promotional sign on the corner of Tarcombe and Templeton Street has caused some objection throughout the community, after council put forward the recommendation at their latest planning meeting….Read more
UPGRADES to the Euroa and District Community Sports Centre and Strathbogie Roads were the topic of conversation at a set of announcements made by Member for Northern Victoria, Jaclyn Symes…Read more
EFNC – NETBALL15 and Under WITH regular goal shooter Liza Hearmon and sister Madison Hearmon unavailable, it gave an opportunity for coach Emma Clignett to try some new combinations. Caitlin…Read more
LONGWOOD’S under-17 netball team has recorded its first victory in Kyabram District competition this season.
WITH a number of players unavailable for selection when the teams were selected on the Thursday night, it was a worrying thought to supporters on how the reserves would field…Read more
FOUR representatives of the Euroa Football Netball Club took to the field on Saturday against the Ballarat FNL as part of the Goulburn Valley interleague side, in the clash for…Read more
EUROA’S under 15 girls arrived at Seymour on Sunday to meet a tall opposition.
EUROA and Tabilk footballers travelled to Rochester on Sunday to represent Seymour District Junior Football Netball League (SDJFNL) in the Interleague games.
THE A grade girls got off to a great start, hosting the Shepparton Swans on Saturday.
IT was two young boys, with an admiration for skating, bmx and scooting that sparked the beginning of the Avenel Multi Use Precinct.This week, the Precinct was successful in their…Read more
OTIUM, the consultancy firm hired by the Strathbogie Shire Council to conduct a report into the shire’s four outdoor swimming pools, released its final report last week.
Skeletons, witches, ghouls, princesses and even dinosaurs descended on Cowslip Street in Violet Town for the “Nightmare on Cowslip Street” Halloween Festival. The festival was organised by the Violet Town…Read more
A SPECIAL luncheon will be served at the Third Age Club in Kirkland Avenue on Monday, October 10 to celebrate Seniors Week. Euroa Health and the Third Age Club are…Read more
THE Burrumbuttock Hay Runners have set off on their 12th trip to deliver drought-relieving stock feed to farmers in western Queensland. This district’s contribution to the hay run, consisting of…Read more
EUROA Fire Brigade volunteer Phil Hawkey will travel to Cape York in the Northern Territory next month to study traditional fire-based practices of the Yalanji Nylungkul Warra community.
THE Forum for Farmers was a success with around 95 farmers attending the event, held at the Euroa Conference and Function Centre recently.
THIS Friday farmers throughout the district will join for an all-encompassing workshop in Euroa featuring guest speaker Euroa-born cricketing legend Merv Hughes.