The Lead with Charmayne Allison - December 15
Tonight on The Lead, Murray River Holiday Park manager Bianca Hurn is well on her way to being crowned the best in the business after her most recent award at the G’Day Group Conference in November
AN UPGRADE to Pyramid Hill Caravan Park could be among 11 key regional infrastructure projects to be selected for the NSW coalition’s $272.2 million Regional Growth Fund.
MURRAY River Council has introduced an economic development assistance policy.
CAMPASPE Shire Council has released its new corporate logo and branding, reflecting the organisation’s official legal name and future direction.
The final sale of 2018 at Deniliquin on Tuesday was very mixed for quality, with just a few good pens of shorn lambs available amid plain types showing the effects of the season.
ACCESS to drought assistance for farmers and their families could be easier now, with the NSW Government announcing it is relaxing the gross off-farm asset test.
CAMPASPE Crime Investigation Unit detectives are appealing for help after thieves damaged an ATM and stole money from Tongala’s Bendigo Bank branch on Wednesday.
Brook Begg had more challenges to juggle while completing a Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care in 2018 than most of her classmates.
IN WHAT will be a major shake up for electricity market, NSW households can now quickly change electricity deals with Service NSW’s free Energy Switch service, potentially saving them up to $1000 a year on their bills.
IT WAS an execution-style killing of the worst kind, with a teenage boy murdered in the most violent of circumstances.
Member for Euroa Steph Ryan has encouraged Benalla’s fishing enthusiasts to apply for the 2018-19 Recreational Fishing Grants Program.
MURRAY River Council is among councils, public libraries and supporters joining forces in a grassroots effort to save local libraries.
MURRAY River councillor Tom Weyrich won’t stop fighting until he sees kangaroo numbers reduced.
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.
Thieves used heavy machinery to smash the front of the Bendigo Bank in Tongala early this morning targeting the ATM. Echuca detectives are investigating. More to come
A white commodore sedan was torched on a nature strip in Mackie St, Kyabram, at around 4am this morning. The car was doused with petrol and deliberately lit. Two people, who the police believe to be offenders, then ran a short distance to a car and...