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1. Spartan gets tougher

Posts : 20 September, 2017
SPARTAN competitors can expect an even tougher challenge when the obstacle race returns to Bright next month.  [Read more]

2. Porepunkah ‘downgrade’

Posts : 20 September, 2017
BRIGHT and District Ratepayers’ Association president Paula Hall has labelled Porepunkah’s ‘Alpine Better Places’ project a disaster. [Read more]

3. New machine proves a good sort for apples

Posts : 20 September, 2017
THE Ovens Valley’s largest fruit grower is now capable of processing and packing its product faster and more accurately than ever before after a $2.5 million investment in new technology. [Read more]

4. Street plan welcomed

Posts : 20 September, 2017
MYRTLEFORD Chamber of Commerce has welcomed a detailed update from Alpine Shire Council about the phased roll-out of its multi-million dollar ‘Alpine Better Places’ project works in the town’s heart. [Read more]

5. Riders fuel up for charity

Posts : 20 September, 2017
THE Barwidgee-Gapsted bush will be abuzz with the growl of trail bikes when the sixth Myrtleford Alpine Rally opens on Saturday. [Read more]

6. Savoys double up

Posts : 20 September, 2017
A YEAR after breaking through for the club’s first AWFA Cup Myrtleford has added another to its trophy cabinet.  [Read more]

7. History awaits Savoy

Posts : 13 September, 2017
MYRTLEFORD Savoy has the confidence to create club history this Sunday when they attempt to secure their first ever league championship and cup double. [Read more]

8. Young achievers honoured

Posts : 13 September, 2017
ALPINE Shire Youth Awards 2017 were presented to nine outstanding recipients in front of a 200-strong crowd of their peers, families, councillors and community organisation representatives in Myrtleford Performing Arts Centre on Friday. [Read more]

9. Bottled water forum

Posts : 13 September, 2017
ALPINE, Indigo and Towong communities are being invited to participate in a Beechworth forum to explore cross-boundary concerns about the impact in the three North East shires of groundwater extraction for bottled water production. [Read more]

10. Mountain rescue saves boy’s life

Posts : 13 September, 2017
AMBULANCE Victoria is using a video about an extraordinary team effort by Mount Beauty Medical Centre staff to encourage more people to learn cardiopulmonary resuscitation after the technique saved the life of a young South Australian boy at Falls Creek. [Read more]

11. Bright primed

Posts : 13 September, 2017
BRIGHT’S reserves are primed for their grand final stoush with Glenrowan this Saturday, with the Mountain Men playing their best football of the year. [Read more]

12. Road response ready

Posts : 13 September, 2017
SHOULDER construction, pedestrian crossing, intersection upgrades and signage reviews are some of the proposed works slated for Great Alpine Road in the next three to four years. [Read more]

13. Saints to take on Tigers in decider

Posts : 6 September, 2017
MYRTLEFORD Saints bounced back from their first loss of the season in under 12 football on Sunday, defeating Kangaroos by 18 points to move through to a grand final rematch against Tigers. [Read more]

14. Vignerons praise growth plan

Posts : 6 September, 2017
ALPINE Valleys Vignerons’ president Micheal Freudenstein has welcomed a $50 million, three-year federal government plan to build regional tourism and wine exports. [Read more]

15. McNamara expansion works set to proceed

Posts : 6 September, 2017
ALPINE Shire Council last night was to consider a recommendation to approve a $162,000 contract for plans to expand Myrtleford Indoor Sports Stadium and build a multi-sports facility at McNamara Reserve. [Read more]

16. Grand finalists

Posts : 6 September, 2017
THE Ovens and King reserves premiership looks to be headed to Bright this year if the weekend’s results were a true indication of just how strong the Mountain Men are. [Read more]

17. Blizzard of Oz ‘version 3’ brings ‘exceptional’ snow

Posts : 6 September, 2017
THE spark of a North East idea to make the September 22-23 vernal equinox the formal date for the start of the southern spring might gain momentum after a rapid cold front on Sunday brought ‘Blizzard of Oz version 3.0’ to Victoria’s alpine heights. [Read more]

18. Events Park D-day

Posts : 6 September, 2017
ALPINE Shire Council was last night to consider approval of a $1.82 million contract to enable the construction of Alpine Events Park’s key project to proceed. [Read more]

19. Bright to do its bit for environment

Posts : 30 August, 2017
BRIGHT hopes to be the next town in the North East to introduce Boomerang Bags.  [Read more]

20. Magazine highlights upper Ovens white-water

Posts : 30 August, 2017
THE challenge and thrill of white-water canoeing in the upper Ovens Valley features in the latest edition of North East Living magazine. [Read more]

21. House price jump

Posts : 30 August, 2017
BRIGHT has seen the average townhouse and unit price skyrocket in the past 12 months.  [Read more]

22. Vignerons lift Alpine strategies

Posts : 30 August, 2017
THE Alpine valleys’ wine sector is about to bring to fruition a set of fresh marketing and tourism strategies to help to shape its development in the high country. [Read more]

23. No fairytale for ‘Muzz’

Posts : 30 August, 2017
IT wasn’t the fairy tale finish Brad Murray deserved but Myrtleford gave themselves every chance of sending off the club’s greatest ever player with one last win. [Read more]

24. A shoe length short

Posts : 30 August, 2017
MT BEAUTY Winter Olympian Phil Bellingham has yet again finished second in the Kangaroo Hoppet. [Read more]

25. Cathy McGowan seeks compassion for Manus Island refugees

Posts : 23 August, 2017
THE Northern Victoria Refugee Network has welcomed a spirited challenge by Cathy McGowan (MHR, Indi) for federal parliament to ensure the humane treatment of asylum seekers held on Manus Island. [Read more]

26. Super spring snow

Posts : 23 August, 2017
BUMPER August snowfalls have continued at Mt Hotham and Falls Creek, delivering more fresh powder to the resorts.  [Read more]

27. Savoys secure title

Posts : 23 August, 2017
MYRTLEFORD has been crowned league champions after gaining an unassailable lead at top of the AWFA table. [Read more]

28. An idea worth sharing

Posts : 23 August, 2017
AN accountant who has spent the past three years working from home hopes to set up an office space to share with other people working remotely in Bright. [Read more]

29. Bypass skirts water

Posts : 23 August, 2017
ALPINE Shire Council will share with government the cost of works that should overcome the need for Myrtleford-Bright traffic to take a 52-kilometre diversion when flooding leads to the closure of Great Alpine Road. [Read more]

30. Maids make finals

Posts : 23 August, 2017
BRIGHT will play Milawa in an Ovens and King A grade netball elimination final on Saturday.  [Read more]

31. Saints bounce back

Posts : 16 August, 2017
MYRTLEFORD is confident of challenging the Ovens and Murray’s top two sides in its final two matches of 2017. [Read more]

32. League title locked in

Posts : 16 August, 2017
MYRTLEFORD is just one win away from wrapping up the AWFA senior men’s league title.  [Read more]

33. Taxi service trial

Posts : 16 August, 2017
MYRTLEFORD doctor James Wei and his wife, Denise, are to launch on Monday a three-month trial to enable them to assess demand for a revived alpine taxi service and its viability. [Read more]

34. Growers say bye bye blight

Posts : 16 August, 2017
CHESTNUTS Australia president Brian Casey is confident no new cases of chestnut blight will be found in the Ovens Valley. [Read more]

35. Pumpkin Seed Company the face of small business

Posts : 9 August, 2017
THE Australian Pumpkin Seed Company has been named as one of the Victorian Faces of Small Business for 2017. [Read more]

36. Saints bounce back

Posts : 9 August, 2017
MYRTLEFORD is back on the winners list after three straight losses in Ovens and Murray football. [Read more]

37. Spring show returns

Posts : 9 August, 2017
AFTER a few years hiatus, wood chopping will return to the Myrtleford Show this year. [Read more]

38. A Swan for life

Posts : 9 August, 2017
SAM Reid will remain with the Sydney Swans until at least the end of the 2021 AFL season. [Read more]

39. Falls Creek’s famous Skyline

Posts : 9 August, 2017
ALONG with the best snow falls of the season Falls Creek has been celebrating the 70th anniversary of the mountain’s first ski lodge. [Read more]

40. The blizzard of Oz

Posts : 9 August, 2017
SOME have called it the ‘dump of the decade’ while others have labelled the storms of recent days the Blizzard of Oz.  [Read more]

41. Ticket to the US

Posts : 2 August, 2017
Myrtleford Savoy defender Sam Morgan has played his last game for the season. [Read more]

42. Local CFA volunteers honoured

Posts : 2 August, 2017
FORMER Ovens Group Officer and Mudgegonga Fire Brigade captain Andrew Cross has been recognised for his contributions to the CFA.  [Read more]

43. Council sings Bird’s tune

Posts : 2 August, 2017
ALPINE Shire Council’s next Chief Executive Officer will come from within the organisation’s ranks. [Read more]

44. Chasing a dream

Posts : 2 August, 2017
CROSS Country skier Paul Kovacs has returned home to Porepunkah while joining his Australian teammates at Falls Creek as he eyes his Olympic dream next year. [Read more]

45. $12 million funding boost for Murray to Mountains rail trail

Posts : 2 August, 2017
A MAJOR funding announcement for the Mountains to Murray Rail Trail will see sections of the Alpine Shire’s bicycle highway receive substantial enhancements. [Read more]

46. Porepunkah super food

Posts : 2 August, 2017
A POREPUNKAH produced health food has tasted success in the recently announced Australian Food Awards. [Read more]

47. Shock comeback

Posts : 26 July, 2017
MYRTLEFORD Savoy has staged a remarkable second half comeback to draw with rivals Wangaratta and hold on to top spot on the senior men’s ladder.  [Read more]

48. Legend of local hardware retires after 28 years

Posts : 26 July, 2017
DAHLSENS Mitre 10 will this week say goodbye to its longest serving employee. [Read more]

49. Slow down or else

Posts : 26 July, 2017
MOTORIST are being urged to slow down after a number of drivers were caught speeding in Myrtleford last week. [Read more]

50. Maids in the mix

Posts : 26 July, 2017
BRIGHT remains a spot out of the Ovens and King A grade netball top six despite a big win over Benalla on Saturday. [Read more]

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