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Derailment disaster

By Evelyn Leckie   AN investigation is underway to determine the cause of a train derailment near Wallan on Thursday night. The XPT service, run by NSW TrainLink, was travelling from Sydney to Mellbourne when it derailed...

Blues ready for 2020

By Jackson Russell Kilmore Football Netball Club is getting ready for a bumper 2020 Northern Football Netball League season. The Blues’ 2020 football recruiting class is headlined by two former juniors in Mick Marrett and Chris...

Kilmore set 193 for Tallarook

By Jackson Russell Despite rain stopping play through the region, Kilmore was able to get a full day’s play on the board in day one of their Seymour District Cricket Association match against Tallarook. After winning...

Clubs urged to make grant submission

By Jackson Russell Sporting clubs that missed out on funding through the Community Sport Infrastructure program are being urged to make a submission to a Senate committee reviewing the distribution of funds through the ‘sports...

School captain shaves for cure

By Steph McNicol BROADFORD Secondary College captain Ashleigh Harris will take the big leap to shave off all of her hair and donate thousands of dollars to the World’s Greatest Shave. Ashleigh will be shaving her...

Co-authors to share hardships

By Evelyn Leckie AUTHOR Nikki Simos is calling for co-authors to step forward and tell their stories of personal hardship. Ms Simos is creating a book which will enable new writers to tell their stories that...

Industrial action halts trains

By Jackson Russell A fleet of around 70 coaches replaced services on the Seymour line Thursday in the wake of further industrial action by V/Line workers. The Seymour, Shepparton and Albury lines were also affected by...

Sod turn for Kings Park

By Steph McNicol THE sod turn for a new pavilion development at Kings Park in Seymour was one of many highlights at the Seymour Alternative Farming Expo on Friday. The project received $487,000 of Federal Government...

Mitchell community consulted on VEC

TWO options for new electoral structures for the Mitchell Shire Council will be put forward to the public to provide feedback on. The community can have its say on the two options proposed, following the...

New shed open in Kilmore

By Jackson Russell Kilmore men will be able to build new friendships, learn new skills and better connect with the community with the opening of its new facility. The Victorian Government contributed $60,000 towards the project,...