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STEAM engines have fascinated Ed Gibson his whole life. In fact, he can actually pinpoint the moment he was smitten. ‘‘I came to the Echuca Steam Rally when I was four or five and I looked up at a traction engine and thought ‘this is seriously...
RICH River Rod and Custom Club members and supporters have again shown their generosity at Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea.
FOR bikies who refuse to age gracefully, this Easter long weekend will be heaven.
After years of faithful on-farm service this 1924 Dodge ute had been pensioned off, consigned to a forgotten corner of the farm where it became overgrown, rusted and rotted – and then caught in a fire. Yet DAVID CHAPMAN discovered one crazy man...
IT’S not every day the president/CEO of Kia Motors Australia makes a special trip to a regional Victorian dealership but that’s exactly what happened last week in Echuca-Moama.
ACROSS orchards throughout northern Victoria is a sight which has been a common one since the end of World War II — an army of little grey tractors hauling bins up and down the lines of fruit trees.
KERRABEE Soundshell will resonate next weekend to a rumbling sound — a sound that will be music to the ears of motoring enthusiasts.
GOULBURN Murray Cricket’s Melbourne Country Week adventure ended in heartbreak yesterday when the team lost a thrilling division two semi-final encounter to Ballarat.
WAKEBOARDING, waterskiing, kneeboarding, pulling a tube — whatever the pursuit on river or lake, there needs to be a powerful craft towing the thrillseekers.
MOAMA has stormed back into Goulburn Murray Cricket finals contention after a stirring win over Echuca on Saturday.
IF YOU’VE ever wondered why the Southern 80 is such a major event on the sporting calendar, just sit down for a chat with Neil Donald.
THE inaugural ‘Matt Day’ has been hailed a huge success after about 200 people gathered at Windridge Oval in Rochester on Sunday to celebrate the memories of two former Rochester cricketers.
SUMMERNATS is all about the cars — driving them, admiring them or just being seen with them.
MORE than 100 people gathered at Echuca’s Old Time Auto Repairs on December 7 to learn the finer details on legislation surrounding modified vehicles.