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Those who knew Rod Harmer would say he was a true gentleman who maintained respect, honesty and kindness wherever he went.
Deer numbers in north-east Victoria have exploded in recent years as humans and deer compete for space and resources in the region.
When you think of a blueberry farm, an off-the-grid, sustainably-powered operation isn’t usually what springs to mind.
RSPCA Victoria believes the short- and long-term welfare issues affecting brumbies in Barmah National Park are separate but should be dealt with similarly.
Goulburn-Murray Water has found its new managing director in Shepparton.
Victorian Nationals senator Bridget McKenzie will not run for the lower house seat of Mallee left by Andrew Broad.
Northern Victoria is bracing for a scorching few days, with temperatures set to climb above 40oC over the weekend and into next week. Bureau of Meterology senior meterologist Tom Delamotte said there is a slight chance of a thunderstorm and rain in...
Regional Victoria has recorded its lowest number of road deaths since records began, but the 109 lives lost on country roads last year is still 109 too many.
The country’s chief weather forecaster has suggested 2018 will be one of the 10 warmest years on record.
The region’s horticulturalists, dairy farmers and grain growers received a boost in competitive export advantage on December 31 and January 1 as the world’s third-largest trade agreement and Australia’s new trade agreement with China came into effect.
Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority is reminding people that accepting offers from businesses advertising ‘cheap block clearing’ without the correct permits can lead to prosecution and hefty fines.
A record-breaking shearer, who used his skills to educate people in Third World countries, will be honoured with an elevation to the Shearers’ Hall of Fame this year.
The Australian dollar briefly dropped to its lowest levels in 10 years against the US greenback, before rebounding slightly as currency markets experienced major volatility last week.
About 900 people attended today’s funeral of Murchison businessman, entrepreneur and benefactor, Guiseppe “Joe” Vraca. Mr Vraca died on January 2. He migrated to Australia in 1960, unable to speak a word of English, but over the years developed...
Water mismanagement, not drought, was the main cause of more than 10000 native fish deaths prior to Christmas in the lower Darling River, the western NSW state election candidates for the Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party say.
Barmah Forest’s brumby crisis has started to tear the heart out of Australia with the release of a devastating video of a mare dying, collapsing to the ground and still calling for her foal.