Bernie will be missed
Seymour lost one of its most well-known and equally well-loved identities last week.
Strathbogie Shire Council recently held community and culture workshops aimed at discussing what culture means to our community and how it can benefit residents, businesses and visitors.
A Seymour resident has put up posters around town to raise awareness about what he sees as a major problem with the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority’s proposed flood levee.
Seymour’s Go Again Op Shop has had a mini makeover and will re-open its doors today.
After 20 years under the First National banner Chris Bender’s real estate business has changed its colours.
It is official — the Victorian Government has given $200000 to support the rebuild of a community hall in Tallarook.
The community is rallying around Zoe Taylor who was involved in a car accident on the Hume Fwy.
The owner of a prominent Nagambie stud farm has been recognised for his contributions to improving outcomes for women with gynaecological cancer.
The achievements of Mitchell Shire’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities will be celebrated with a traditional march and new awards ceremony in Seymour as part of NAIDOC Week.
There was a special guest at Tooborac Primary School when a police helicopter recently touched down in a paddock across the road.
The road racing and recreational motorcycle sports community were celebrating over the weekend with the announcement of track resurfacing works at one of the state’s top racing circuits.
While the structure next door burned to the ground on March 27, Choices Flooring Seymour survived thanks to the hard work of local fire brigades.
A range of Council’s advocacy priorities — including improving mobile black spots and internet, increasing mental health funding and investing more in roads — have been backed by fellow councils at the National General Assembly of Australian Local Government in Canberra last week.
A dramatic police chase came to a screeching halt in Tallygaroopna this afternoon, leaving locals stunned and grateful no-one was injured. The hour long chase reportedly reached speeds of nearly 200 kph as seven police pursuit vehicles attempted to...
AN EIGHT-year-old boy and his grandfather suffered cuts and a family was left shocked after a flying piece of scrap metal smashed into both of their cars. A Cobram family of four was in their 4WD heading towards Moama on the Cobb Hwy near Milgate Rd...