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As The Euroa Gazette publisher, I write regarding some serious concerns we have with the Shire’s decision to publish a fortnightly publication in opposition to…
EUROA has recorded its lowest crime rate in five years.
RSPCA Victoria’s Special Investigations Unit conducted a major raid on two Longwood properties where almost 120 dogs and puppies were taken into its care.
FUNDING committed by the State Government for the second stage of upgrades to the Euroa Saleyards was last week announced by Minister for Agriculture and…
PLANS are afoot to transform a Euroa eye-sore into the town’s third memorial to honor those who served in World War 1.
A CONFIDENTIAL report commissioned by the Shire of Strathbogie last year recommended the closure of the Nagambie and Avenel pools.
TELSTRA is investigating the possible use of illegal repeater(s) in the area, following a number of complaints by local customers experiencing service problems.
FRANZ Kloft has vowed to fight plans for a roundabout in front of his mechanical repair shop at the intersection of Euroa’s Binney and Railway…
FARMERS across Strathbogie Shire are faced with tough decisions as they stare down the barrel of a one-in-20-year-drought.
THE Euroa Community Education Centre (ECEC) has shut with its Binney Street building to be sold to pay the centre’s debts.
CONFUSION surrounds the planning outcome of proposed removal of the Euroa Hotel from its current planning overlay.
STRATHBOGIE Shire Council last night invited submissions for the proposed introduction of an electronic gaming machine (EGM) policy statement.