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1. Campers ignore fire ban

Posts : 17 January, 2018
THE Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning will not prosecute campers who lit a campfire on a total fire ban day at Nug Nug. [Read more]

2. Focused on fitness

Posts : 17 January, 2018
MYRTLEFORD’S netballers are planning to be fitter than ever before under new coaches Lindy Singleton and Bridget Chapman. [Read more]

3. Town gets behind backpackers

Posts : 17 January, 2018
TWO German backpackers are grateful the Myrtleford community rallied to help them find accommodation and jobs. [Read more]

4. Jenvey saves power

Posts : 17 January, 2018
A BRILLIANT century from Damien Jenvey has helped Mt Beauty to a score of 181 on day one of it's match with Howlong. [Read more]

5. Pink Test a ‘moving’ experience

Posts : 17 January, 2018
BREAST care nurses will be able to support more cancer patients across Australia thanks to the hard work of two North East women. [Read more]

6. Hook, line, sinker?

Posts : 17 January, 2018
A FISHERMAN has approached the Victorian Fisheries Authority about creating a native fishery in Bright to be enjoyed year-round. [Read more]

7. Savoys set to play premier side

Posts : 10 January, 2018
AWFA league and cup champions Myrtleford will take on one of the best teams outside of the A-League this weekend. [Read more]

8. Sports fan to carry baton

Posts : 10 January, 2018
Myrtleford's Rory Hazeldine will be one of 3800 Australians to carry the Queen’s baton on its way to the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. [Read more]

9. Library upgrade

Posts : 10 January, 2018
ALPINE Shire Libraries’ Myrtleford branch is to be refurbished next year thanks to state government funding of almost $500,000. [Read more]

10. Taberner sets his goals

Posts : 10 January, 2018
MATT Taberner hopes to put a mixed 2017 behind him and become a key part of Fremantle’s next era in the AFL. [Read more]

11. Bare bodies for good cause

Posts : 10 January, 2018
BRIGHT Brewery staff have stripped off in support of body image associated depression and anxiety. [Read more]

12. ‘Lucky’ escape from falls

Posts : 10 January, 2018
POLICE are again warning of the dangers at Eurobin Falls if people ignore signs and make their way out onto rocks at the top of the falls. [Read more]

13. Philipa deserves college salute

Posts : 13 December, 2017
Philippa Cartwright’s 50 years of extraordinary service for the children and families of Myrtleford will come to an end next week. [Read more]

14. Champ gets ready to rumble

Posts : 13 December, 2017
UFC middleweight world champion Robert Whittaker has visited Falls Creek for some pre-fight conditioning. [Read more]

15. Saints secure first win

Posts : 13 December, 2017
A DOMINANT first half has helped Myrtleford to its first win in the Country Basketball League men’s competition.  [Read more]

16. Better roll-out for works

Posts : 13 December, 2017
ALPINE Shire Council has changed the works schedule for Myrtleford’s ‘Alpine Better Places’ project to limit disruptions to trade and traffic. [Read more]

17. Change in pedal power

Posts : 13 December, 2017
THE announcement of the first High Country cycling event for women has further cemented Bright as a premier cycling destination.  [Read more]

18. Apprentices among the best

Posts : 13 December, 2017
APPRENTICES from or working in the Upper Ovens Valley have claimed 12 of the 50 awards at GOTAFE’s annual Trade Awards. [Read more]

19. Cubs make cut

Posts : 6 December, 2017
TWO Ovens Valley United juniors are set to take on the best cricketers from across Victoria when the new year hits. [Read more]

20. Marian 100 outruns rain

Posts : 6 December, 2017
MYRTLEFORD’S Marian College students have braved torrential rain to complete this year’s Marian 100. [Read more]

21. Emergency response

Posts : 6 December, 2017
ALPINE mayor Ron Janas has encouraged people to give names of vulnerable relatives and friends to Alpine Health ahead of potential emergencies like last weekend's storm. [Read more]

22. Plans for girls’ footy to take off

Posts : 6 December, 2017
The Alpine Lions will put some key structures in place in an attempt to fast track girls’ footy in the Ovens Valley. [Read more]

23. Bags set to take flight

Posts : 6 December, 2017
SINGLE-use plastic shopping bags will soon be a thing of the past in the Upper Kiewa Valley if one group's work pays off. [Read more]

24. Wheels of fortune

Posts : 6 December, 2017
ALPINE Shire Council expects an economic boost of nearly $1 million when the Great Victorian Bike Ride comes to Bright next year. [Read more]

25. Saints’ amazing Grace

Posts : 29 November, 2017
MYRTLEFORD is up to third in the Country Basketball League women’s standings following a 34-point win over Echuca. [Read more]

26. Bright bolstered

Posts : 29 November, 2017
BRIGHT has added quality to its midfield with the signing of a former junior Brody Ricardi and Nick Howell from Myrtleford.  [Read more]

27. Advocate’s ability honoured

Posts : 29 November, 2017
MYRTLEFORD's Marg Goodman has been honoured for her work supporting people with disabilities. [Read more]

28. Romance blooms in the valley

Posts : 29 November, 2017
POREPUNKAH-BASED author, Laura Simpson has recently released her debut novel, Beyond Today.  [Read more]

29. New tower commissioned

Posts : 29 November, 2017
CATHY McGowan and Telstra have promised to continue to address mobile blackspots in Alpine communities. [Read more]

30. Dopey drivers a risk

Posts : 29 November, 2017
THE Country Fire Authority has sent a blunt message to road users: stay alert - particularly after the declaration of the fire danger period. [Read more]

31. Star Saints return

Posts : 22 November, 2017
MYRTLEFORD is set to regain a heap of star power for next year’s Ovens and Murray netball season. [Read more]

32. Celebrating a 30-year career

Posts : 22 November, 2017
MYRTLEFORD’S Suzy Rinaldo last week celebrated 30 years of service at Myrtleford Pre-School. [Read more]

33. Extra spring in life relay steps

Posts : 22 November, 2017
STORMY weather put an added spring in the steps of Alpine ‘Relay for Life’ participants on at Myrtleford’s McNamara Reserve on Saturday. [Read more]

34. Numbers concern

Posts : 22 November, 2017
ORGANISERS of the Thule B24 have flagged change for the 24-hour mountain bike race after another drop in entries. [Read more]

35. Centre banks on saving lives

Posts : 22 November, 2017
BRIGHT Community Bank’s on-going partnership with Alpine Health has helped deliver another defibrillator for the town. [Read more]

36. Gym hours power up

Posts : 22 November, 2017
ALPINE Shire Council is progressing in its plans to extend the opening hours of the Bright Sports Centre after changes to its closed circuit television surveillance camera policy. [Read more]

37. Happy Valley pair proposes marriage

Posts : 21 November, 2017
HAPPY Valley furniture makers Alain Thilliez and Don Matheson have two great prospects. [Read more]

38. 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]

39. 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]

40. 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]

41. 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]

42. Saints raise stakes

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

43. Bright bats fail to fire

Posts : 15 November, 2017
BRIGHT’S batting woes continued in round five with the Wanderers all out well short of their 68 overs.  [Read more]

44. 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]

45. 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.  [Read more]

46. 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]

47. 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]

48. Dalbosco on board

Posts : 8 November, 2017
PREMIERSHIP player and Team of the Century member Paul Dalbosco is Bright's new senior football coach.  [Read more]

49. 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]

50. 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]

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