When soccer hopes take a dive
For want of a better cliche — we have been riding a wild and stormy roller coaster here in lawnmower land this week.
Every community deserves to feel proud of itself — its people, its achievements and its aspirations.
An old adage around the newsroom goes ‘‘what interests the public is not always what’s in the public interest’’.
Throughout the Bible there is continuing emphasis on us being servants. However, if you are like me you cringe at the idea of being a servant. Very few of us desire a life of servitude or to be known exclusively as a servant.
It’s something you can’t quite grasp but you can see and feel it — sometimes in your bones.
News of the Goulburn-Murray Water postponement of a raft of new fees for landholders sharing a boundary with public land near the Goulburn River and Lake Nagambie is a victory for only one party.
A recently-departed great community man, friend to many, often said when things did not go to plan, something like, ‘‘As we slide down the banister of life, sometimes the splinters are pointed the wrong way.’’
Iceland does not just punch above its weight at soccer’s World Cup, it also experiences the second-fastest average internet speeds on the planet, according to the Speedtest Global Index for May.
The ongoing battle between Australian politicians Sarah Hanson-Young and David Leyonhjelm has been an utterly embarrassing display of the views some of those in power in this country have.
The Shepparton Ratepayers Association has recently formed without any association with Ratepayers Victoria, as John Gray incorrectly claims.
Decades after it was introduced, Victoria Park Lake is well and truly a cornerstone of the city of Shepparton.
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...