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1. Numbers add up for Marian teacher

Posts : 15 November, 2017
MYRTLEFORD Marian College teacher Andrea Skahill has been selected as an Australian mathematics teaching champion for her commitment to improving the numeracy skills of students. [Read more]

2. Alpine Shire considers ‘Better Places’

Posts : 15 November, 2017
ALPINE Shire Council was last night to consider a $647,000 ‘Alpine Better Places’ first stage Myrtleford refurbishment contract for the construction of a roundabout at the intersection of Myrtle and Standish streets. [Read more]

3. Porepunkah super loss

Posts : 15 November, 2017
ALPINE Shire current and former residents are missing almost $7.2 million in lost or unclaimed superannuation. [Read more]

4. West Peak takes a fresh view of old country club

Posts : 15 November, 2017
THE Mount Beauty community is delighted about the imminent re-opening of an old social centre – Mt Beauty Country Club – in fresh guise as the West Peak Hotel. [Read more]

5. Saints raise stakes

Posts : 15 November, 2017
MYRTLEFORD will focus pre-Christmas training efforts on player skills.  [Read more]

6. Bright bats fail to fire

Posts : 15 November, 2017
BRIGHT’S batting woes continued in round five of the Wangaratta and District A reserve cricket season as the Wanderers again fell well short of their 68 overs.  [Read more]

7. Childcare a cut above the rest

Posts : 8 November, 2017
MOUNT Beauty’s Lake View Children’s Centre has been highly rated for exceeding the national quality standard for children’s services and care. [Read more]

8. Josh torches Tigers

Posts : 8 November, 2017
OVENS Valley United has fallen to another loss in Wangaratta and District A grade cricket after a Josh Lawrence masterclass on Saturday.  [Read more]

9. Students dig a growing project

Posts : 8 November, 2017
P12 College vocational certificate of applied learning students have completed a garden refurbishment project at Barwidgee Lodge – delighting the residents of the Alpine Health Myrtleford aged care home. [Read more]

10. Sharing opportunities

Posts : 8 November, 2017
MYRTLEFORD is to pursue the development of a U3A branch to enable the community’s older people to build and share education and social opportunities. [Read more]

11. Dalbosco on board

Posts : 8 November, 2017
BRIGHT has unveiled three-time premiership player and Team of the Century member Paul Dalbosco as its new senior football coach.  [Read more]

12. Costly hole in the wall

Posts : 8 November, 2017
STAGE one of the new Alpine Events Park multipurpose facility is set to be delayed by up to six weeks after the existing ground floor of Bright’s Pioneer Park pavilion was found to have major structural flaws.  [Read more]

13. Cup coaches on board

Posts : 1 November, 2017
JAYDEN Vescio and Matt Park have extended their tenure as co-coaches of Myrtleford Savoy. [Read more]

14. Alpine valley vignerons guide fresh directions

Posts : 1 November, 2017
ALPINE Valleys’ vignerons have brought another of their marketing strategies to fruition with the publication of a new brochure and map to promote the Alpine wine region. [Read more]

15. Groundwater worries

Posts : 1 November, 2017
ALPINE, Indigo and Towong shire councils expect a Beechworth forum on November 23 to hear local communities’ mounting concerns about the actual and potential impact and costs of groundwater extraction for bottled water fill. [Read more]

16. Champ in for B24

Posts : 1 November, 2017
MULTIPLE World and Australian solo mountain bike champion Jason English will headline the Thule B24 in Bright later this month.  [Read more]

17. Op Shop helps to save lives

Posts : 1 November, 2017
PARAMEDICS in the Ovens and Kiewa valleys will now be able to better maintain their skills to treat cardiac arrests and provide close to real-life training for others with new first aid dummies.  [Read more]

18. Second dig prospect

Posts : 1 November, 2017
THE Uncovered Past Institute will look at making a second archaeological dig in Harrietville. [Read more]

19. Foundation tops $586,000

Posts : 25 October, 2017
Into our Hands Foundation has funded 87 projects to a value of almost $590,000 in the past four years. [Read more]

20. Volunteers shape anniversary show

Posts : 25 October, 2017
THE Myrtleford and District Agricultural and Pastoral Society show takes places for the 70th time on Saturday. [Read more]

21. Tigers fall short

Posts : 25 October, 2017
OVENS Valley United remains without a win after three rounds of the WDCA A grade season. [Read more]

22. Chronic illness care

Posts : 25 October, 2017
ALPINE Health will partner with local healthcare providers in to establish chronic disease services. [Read more]

23. Wanderers to dig in

Posts : 25 October, 2017
BRIGHT will be looking for an improved batting performance in its first two-day match of the season. [Read more]

24. ‘Lazy Boys’ energetic to show support

Posts : 25 October, 2017
A GROUP of retired and semi-retired men have come together to build on a social bond and connect with the community. [Read more]

25. Power bats fall short

Posts : 19 October, 2017
MT BEAUTY has started its Cricket Albury Wodonga title defence with a narrow loss to Lavington. [Read more]

26. New basketball era dawns

Posts : 19 October, 2017
A NEW era in Myrtleford basketball will begin this weekend. [Read more]

27. ‘Doddsy’ moves on

Posts : 19 October, 2017
ONE of Bright’s most colourful characters has said goodbye to a community he has done so much for in the past 16 years. [Read more]

28. Myrtleford P12 College plies a collaborative opportunity

Posts : 19 October, 2017
MYRTLEFORD P12 College expects to use its new $2.6 million senior learning centre and other facilities within weeks. [Read more]

29. Ovens flowing with funds

Posts : 19 October, 2017
UPPER Ovens Valley Landcare Group has obtained almost $50,000 in funding for a number of major projects. [Read more]

30. Alpine Health under threat

Posts : 18 October, 2017
ALPINE Health believes its long-term sustainability is under threat unless ageing infrastructure is replaced. [Read more]

31. Poor start for Tigers

Posts : 11 October, 2017
SATURDAY marked the return of cricket for Ovens Valley United, so to some all too common errors. [Read more]

32. Strong demand for new U3A presenters

Posts : 11 October, 2017
THE call by Mount Beauty’s Alpine U3A for new presenters who could help to deliver its course program is testament to strong demand from older people in the community for learning, skills and knowledge sharing. [Read more]

33. Farm planning worry

Posts : 11 October, 2017
AN Australian farming and food organisation believes the enterprise of North East small farmers free-ranging pigs and poultry will be at risk unless the Victorian government makes radical changes to draft animal industries planning controls.  [Read more]

34. Spartan Race bigger and better in year two

Posts : 11 October, 2017
SPARTAN Race organisers say the weekend’s Bright Trifecta couldn’t have gone better. [Read more]

35. Fundraiser set to get fresh water flowing in Myanmar

Posts : 11 October, 2017
A FUNDING target of $10,000 to complete a 7km pipeline which will deliver fresh drinking water to the villagers of Mindat in Chin State, Myanmar has been reached within three weeks of opening.  [Read more]

36. Bright park plan

Posts : 11 October, 2017
ALPINE Shire Council is set to begin developing a comprehensive car parking plan for Bright. [Read more]

37. Crime down again in the Alpine Shire

Posts : 4 October, 2017
“...what’s really important to me is that people feel safe” - Inspector Hicks [Read more]

38. Runners enjoy another Harrietville Half Marathon

Posts : 4 October, 2017
A BIGGER than expected crowd turned out for the Harrietville Half Marathon on Sunday.  [Read more]

39. Cars line up for ‘Shine’

Posts : 4 October, 2017
MYRTLEFORD Rotary Club and Myrtleford Chopped and Changed Kustom Car Club are oiled up to host the community’s second annual Show ‘n’ Shine and Swap Meet at Myrtleford Showgrounds on Saturday. [Read more]

40. Taxi trial falters

Posts : 4 October, 2017
AN attempt by Myrtleford’s James and Denise Wei to revive a community taxi service may come to nothing unless it secures a significant jump in fare pick-ups. [Read more]

41. Bright looks to batting

Posts : 4 October, 2017
BRIGHT will go into its opening round cricket clash against Benalla unsure of what to expect as a team and from its opposition.  [Read more]

42. Bucks spark bang

Posts : 4 October, 2017
THIS year’s Bright Spring Festival ‘Grand Fireworks Spectacular’ is set to be bigger and better thanks to one person’s generosity.  [Read more]

43. Hotham history timeline

Posts : 27 September, 2017
MOUNT Hotham Alpine Resort Management Board plans to build a comprehensive timeline of the mountain and resort’s history and they want people’s help. [Read more]

44. Among the best of the bunch

Posts : 27 September, 2017
ALPINE Valleys winemaker Jo Marsh and her assistant, Alex Phillips, were yesterday in contention for this year’s prestigious ‘Australian Women in Wine’ winemaker award. [Read more]

45. Bright builder takes house award

Posts : 27 September, 2017
AN Ovens Valley builder has claimed one of the top prizes at this year’s HIA Northern Victoria Regional Housing Awards.  [Read more]

46. Food for thought

Posts : 27 September, 2017
VICTORIAN Farmers’ Market Association executive officer Kate Archdeacon believes the inherent strength of the one-year-old Myrtleford farmers’ market – which marked its first anniversary on Saturday – offers significant prospects for its development. [Read more]

47. Lebish Bright’s best

Posts : 27 September, 2017
NICK Lebish has claimed back-to-back best and fairests for Bright. [Read more]

48. Tigers add power

Posts : 27 September, 2017
OVENS Valley United will continue its English experiment with the addition of a second import for the upcoming cricket season.  [Read more]

49. 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]

50. 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]

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