Lifestyle

First home buyers take advantage in Campaspe

FIRST home buyers are taking advantage of the new and improved first home owner grant, with 12 applications in Campaspe Shire in the first six months.. As of July 1, 2017, the first home owner grant, which applies to all new homes, was doubled in

by
Riverine Herald
Feb 18 2018
Lifestyle

It’s time for a change

A MAN at the forefront of all things tourism in Echuca-Moama believes the time is right to make the Port of Echuca great again.. And the people who could make that happen are members of the new group known as the Old Echuca Town Progress

by
Riverine Herald
Feb 17 2018
Lifestyle

Local history

■ Ten years ago. February 15, 2008. The word ‘hero’ gets used quite frequently in society.. Some, like Louie Toomey, are more deserving of the title than others.. The humble Mathoura resident was last week honoured at the NSW police

by
Riverine Herald
Feb 17 2018
Lifestyle

Tomorrow’s the purrfect day to adopt a cat

HOLY meow it’s a huge adoption day at Campaspe Animal Shelter tomorrow.. Although cupid has already striked this week the shelter is hoping their feline friends will also be lucky in love.. They are holding their Purry Valentine Adoption Day

by
Riverine Herald
Feb 17 2018
Lifestyle

Tom Arnold — his was...

THOMAS Henry Arnold’s life was one full of accomplishments and giving, yet if he were alive today he’d wonder what all the fuss was about.. Born on May 9 in Bendigo in 1938 to Katey and Harry Arnold, the family soon moved to Echuca where

by
Riverine Herald
Feb 17 2018
Lifestyle

Cautious Coulson’s...

IT’S one of those rare moments; the razor-sharp mind of the erudite Helen Coulson OAM is struggling to come up with the right word.. This matriarch, the grande dame of all things historic, with particular reference to the Port of Echuc

by
Riverine Herald
Feb 17 2018
Lifestyle

CARM and get your...

CARMAR spent more than $4000 on vet bills in January alone which is why its secretary is encouraging people to get behind its fundraiser tomorrow.. Geraldine Parker said Campaspe River Murray Animal Rehoming (CARMAR) held four garage sales a year to

by
Riverine Herald
Feb 17 2018
Lifestyle

Listen, cats are going cheap at EARS

IT WOULD be a cat-astrophe not to head to Pets Domain Echuca tomorrow.. Why?. Because Echuca Animal Rescue Service is holding a cat adoption day and its president Joan Pettigrew said about eight cats would be on show.. ‘‘We’ve got

by
Riverine Herald
Feb 17 2018
Lifestyle

This guy’s the Shar Pei-st dog there is

HE’S jolly, he’s jam-packed with energy and his name is Jarmby.. An energetic four-and-a-half year old de-sexed Shar Pei mixed breed, gorgeous Jarmby is eager for a new family — and he hopes it might be yours.. Bursting with love

by
Riverine Herald
Feb 17 2018
Lifestyle

All you need is love, for one another...

JOHN 13:34-35 says: “A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.”. Valentine’s Day, this year on

by
Riverine Herald
Feb 16 2018
Lifestyle

Bronzed Aussies keen...

WE need lifesavers.. The pool, the beach and other waterways are an essential part of Australian life, with us all living by the water.. So it takes a special kind of person to be prepared to work to save others.. That’s what a special group

by
Riverine Herald
Feb 16 2018
Lifestyle

Port businessman:...

IF YOU build it, they will come.. Dean Oberin is convinced there is a serious story to be told about – and around – the Port of Echuca.. “The Echuca story is a great one to tell, but no-one is doing it,” he said.. It is, he

by
Riverine Herald
Feb 16 2018
Lifestyle

Port businessman:...

PAUL Jarman has invested heavily in the Port of Echuca.. He was the preferred tenant to take over the former Oscar W’s building and is an owner in both the Star and Bridge hotels.. And he believes the current situation the Campaspe Shire

by
Riverine Herald
Feb 16 2018
Lifestyle

Book brings river’s history back to life

LIFE on the Murray River has certainly had its fair share of drama throughout the centuries.. And now local readers can soak up even more of that drama with Darry Fraser’s novel Where the Murray River Runs.. The acclaimed Kangaroo Island

by
Riverine Herald
Feb 15 2018
Lifestyle

Local library coming alive

CAMPASPE Regional Library is bursting at the seams with activities over the next few months.. Competitions, author visits, information and learning sessions can be all be expected throughout February and March.. And the community are invited to

by
Riverine Herald
Feb 15 2018
Lifestyle

Tilly’s eyes are on her first solo exhibition

LAST year she won the Foundry Arts Space’s portrait competition.. This year, Tilly Keenan will be displaying her first solo exhibition at the same place called 'The eyes have it'.. Most of Tilly’s paintings are portraits and

by
Riverine Herald
Feb 13 2018
Lifestyle

On-trend urban farming...

THE backyard has become trendy, with everyday people taking on small-scale alternative farming projects on their own properties.. Some of the most exciting and clever home farming techniques will take centre stage at the Seymour Alternative Farming

by
Riverine Herald
Feb 12 2018
Lifestyle

It takes a top team to...

Resort managers:. Sean and Amber Goggin. WITH a combined 15 years’ experience in the tourism industry, Sean and Amber know how to make your holiday, event or overnight stay an unforgettable experience.. Working in travel previously, Amber

by
Riverine Herald
Feb 10 2018
Lifestyle

We put others in the...

WHILE a record number of fried Victorians are landing themselves in emergency with sunburn-related injuries, Echuca-Moama appears to be bucking the sunburn trend.. State hospital emergency data has revealed the number of people treated for extreme

by
Riverine Herald
Feb 10 2018
Load more
Login Sign Up

Dummy text