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A new Loddon Campaspe initiative aiming to empower young people to achieve and maintain positive mental health and wellbeing rolled into Echuca recently.
Tonight on the Lead brought to you by Frinkle PETstock Echuca is set to host a pet-microchipping day next Saturday.
As part of the Victorian Seniors Festival, crossenvale community house seniors were testing their mini golf skills at Rich River Golf Club.
Shepparton's Anosh Aljizani captured this footage of bees swarming a car near Greater Shepparton City Council.
Tonight on the Lead brought to you by Frinkle Community Living and respite services held a silent morning tea at Echuca Library.
Njernda Aboriginal Corporation held a luncheon for Mental Health Month recently, acknowledging its vital wellbeing services.
Breaking the Silence: As part of Mental Health Week, nine locals from Echuca-Moama and surrounds will share their stories. Here is a sneak peek at the videos we will be releasing throughout the week.
Federal Water Minister David Littleproud took some much needed timeout to have a bit of a rest from his long journey swimming down the Murray River.
Joel Hoffman has discovered hundred year old trees that have been cut down in the forest north of Reedy Swamp.
A REGION BUILT ON THE LOCAL STORIES - Peter Phillips
Students at Moama Public School were ready to take on a new type of music as they heard a performance and worked with rapper and music producer Dwayne Broome.
Glenda Castles is holding an Open Garden and Wellness Day to raise money for Echuca Regional Health’s cancer and wellness centre.
Chloe Eve Richardson was born on September 25 weighing 3705g (8lb 2oz). Esther Renee Keech was born on September 25 weighing 3400g (7lb 7oz).
Echuca got a little bit sweeter recently when it hosted the inaugural Herritage Bakeoff
Echuca Moama Uniting Church has received a grant of $200,000 from the Victorian Government to address the building’s climbing damp problem.
The Campaspe Regional Library recently hosted an Artists Talk with blind photographer Kristan Emerson on his exhibition Blurry Borders.