Twenty-three years ago, Sharron Batt joined the Murrindindi Library Service (known then as Upper Goulburn Regional Library) to drive the old mobile library caravan around and deliver library services to our smaller communities.
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At its monthly meeting on Wednesday 24 April, Murrindindi Shire Council adopted the 2018-2028 Recreation and Open Space Strategy.
The Northern Football Netball League held a series of special ANZAC Day matches throughout the Diamond and Plenty Valley districts yesterday.
In north-east Victoria’s Federal electorate of Indi the ‘Orange Army’ that helped unseat Liberal Sophie Mirabella in 2013 hopes to keep to seat in independent hands. Guardian Australia’s Lisa Martin reports.
Murrindindi Shire has declared a fire amnesty “burn off” period after the CFA announced the Fire Danger Period will end on Wednesday 1 May.
All eyes are on Indi for the 2016 election as Jessiie Rees-Dielenberg and Mikaela Turner report for Swinburne University and The Junction.
Local footy is back and thank god it is! We’ve suffered through the long hot summer waiting patiently for the start of this all-new competition.
Jacinda Ardern, the Prime Minister of New Zealand, has risen meteorically to become a global political icon. Wang Xiaonan reports.*
After a disastrous week, Pauline Hanson and One Nation debrief Central Intelligence on their recent incident of international skulduggery and sauce.
Road works to improve safety and drivability on Ghin Ghin Road are set to kick-off on 4 April and are expected to be completed in the first week of May.