Margot Sherwill was made a Paul Harris Fellow in recognition of her active role in international service, with a focus on education.. She has been heavily involved in the Awake and Shine School and the Youth Exchange program, delivering notable
Train services on the Melbourne-to-Albury line have plummeted to a new low, with the line now one of the worst in the state for punctuality and reliability.. The latest Public Transport Victoria performance results show that from November 2015 to
Benalla P-12 College was one of 16 schools across Australia chosen last year to embark on a new sister school relationship.. Benalla P-12 College established an international partnership with SMP Kristen Citra Bangsa, Kupang, West Timor, Indonesi
The mystery of one of the wedding photographs held by Benalla Historical Society has been solved.. David Roe contacted the Ensign to inform us of the following:. ‘‘They are my father and mother, Edward and Joyce Roe (Ted and Joy Roe). They were
A ‘‘Melbourne Cup’’ field of candidates has nominated for Benalla Rural City Council’s 2016 election with a total of 20 nominations by the deadline of midday yesterday (Tuesday, September 20).. Five of the current councillors will...
Winton Motor Raceway is undergoing something of a revival since the Ronke family resigned from any involvement with the raceway and Benalla Auto Club a little more than 12 months ago.. Most recently the club secured the V8 Supercars at the venue for...
Have you ever thought walking 100km along the beach sounded like fun?. In two weeks time a group of enthusiastic locals will do just that and all in the name of a great cause.. Victoria’s Surf Coast is about to host the group who will be walking
Benalla Rural City will offer to underwrite the full $20000 cost of holding Stage 1 of Australia’s largest cycling event, the Herald Sun Bike Tour.. In an about-face on its original decision to offer just $7000 to organisers of the race...
About 60 people from as far away as Queensland attended the Perfect Fit factory workers’ reunion held at Benalla Bowls Club last Saturday.. Everyone had a ball with entertainment including karaoke from ‘Polly Darton’, aka Sharon.. Operating
A fence is being placed around a harvested area in the Strathbogies State forest to protect the newly planted seedlings from being eaten by wild deer.. VicForests general manager stakeholders and planning Lachlan Spencer said it was expected the
The current long warm to hot spell during this March is certainly unusual, not only in north-east Victoria but over nearly all of the state and also in the Riverina. Melbourne has had a record number of successive days of maximum temperatures not
Car impounded. A Benalla woman had her car impounded after she was intercepted driving along the Hume Fwy, near Seymour about 1pm on March 14.. She was caught driving in an unregistered car and while her licence was disqualified.. It is alleged she
Local groups and organisations are encouraged to apply for the 2017 Tomorrow Today Grants Program.. The grants are distributed annually and support local people to make a positive difference in the Benalla and district community.. Groups can apply
Well done Kevin. Congratulations Farmer Kevin (alias Kevin Mitchell, Devenish) for his excellent photographic productions featuring Benalla attractions, street art and rural landscapes near Benalla.. Kevin clearly has a talent and passion for his
Benalla Bushrangers veteran Trevor Saker has been keeping big news quiet for two weeks now — he has been called up to the Australian Over 60s squad touring England in July.. Saker, 60, has been named in the team that will play 15 games against the
With the promise of autumn sunshine and a relaxed carnival atmosphere, racegoers at this year’s Benalla Travel's Fashion in the Field are being encouraged to hit the racetrack in a casual but stylish look.. Celebrity stylist Lana Wilkinson said
The gently undulating pastures of Karn Station 15km south of Benalla are not where one would ordinarily expect to see huge centre pivot irrigation systems in action.. It’s a sight far more familiar in the flat irrigation country to the north and