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Tonight on The Lead, we find out more about the Bowls Premier League set to be held at Moama Bowling Club next month.
Tonight on The Lead, we talk to Moama and Mathoura footballers about their upcoming charity clash
It may have taken five days, but our first baby for 2020 finally arrived before the first week of January was out. Thanks to a little motivation.
Tonight on The Lead, 13-year-old Ella Goulding chopped off her long locks all in the name of helping cancer patients.
Tonight on The Lead, physiotherapists at Echuca Regional Health are over the moon with their new bikes from Giant Bikes Echuca thanks to the help of a grant from Sweat vs Steam.
Tonight on The Lead, Echuca residents are encouraged to have a chat to local police as part of Coffee with a Cop at Beechworth Bakery on February 4.
Tonight on The Lead, a clearing sale on February 9 will feature more 70 vehicles, farming equipment and other rare and valuable items.
Tonight on The Lead, we find out more about the customised saw the Echuca-Moama Men's Shed is auctioning off.
Tonight on The Lead, we speak to Kiara Dean about her quest for a place on the Australian shooting team.
Tonight on The Lead we take a look at the first Bush Nipper's program in Victoria. Over 100 local kids crowded down to Moama Beach for the five-day water safety course.
Mooroopna New Year's Eve Festival for 2019 bringing 2020 in with community and fun.
Les Foster was happy to admit it – he had never won so much as a chook raffle. But on Thursday night at Moama Bowling Club that was all forgotten when he walked off with a $102,000 Toyota Landcruiser.
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Burrowing cockroaches and other creepy crawlies are increasingly becoming popular pets for young kids.
Members of the Echuca Horticultural Society gathered recently to celebrate the 140th birthday of the club.
Shepparton Tracey Duncanson has captured footage of the snake that attacked her Jack Russell Flossy.
Local musician Pete Gibson visited Echuca Regional Health recently to serenade patients with music from his homemade harp.
Protesters from across the region are making their voice heard at Parliament House in Canberra.
If you would like to meet Esmeralda or any of the other dogs available, head to campaspe.vic.gov.au or call 5480 3005.
Volunteers from Southern Cross Care were given star treatment with a lunch as a thank you for all of their hard work over the years.
CEO Dean O'Hara provides a political update on the Animal Justice Party's Bill to ban duck hunting.
Buddy is a 19-month-old Shar Pei and Kelpie mix who is looking for his forever family.
Three Rivers Festival is returning to Echuca-Moama for its sixth year of touch football, music, art and Aboriginal culture.
Moama Anglican Grammar recently hosted a grandparents' and special guests day, showcasing the different talents and achievements of the primary school kids.