Melanoma March on in Barooga
The Cobram-Barooga community is being encouraged to head to Barooga Oval on Friday to take part in the annual Melanoma March.
Ten candidates will contest the seat of Murray at this weekend’s NSW election with independents and minor parties coming forward at the last minute.
Local businesses looking to learn from experience can head along to the Grand Central Hotel on April 4 for a marketing masterclass with Damian Morgan.
Cobram Bushwalking Club’s first bushwalk is on Sunday.
Community members worked hard to clean up Boosey Creek as part of Clean Up Australia Day.
About 80 people attended Numurkah and District Health on Thursday for a community consultation session.
Last year, Murray Primary Health Network provided scholarship grants to help health services to expand nursing care.
Cobram’s town centre will get a facelift with a new piazza, upgraded parking near Federation Park and improved walking paths around town after a Victorian Government funding announcement.
The Cobram-Barooga community is being asked to help pause the Murray-Darling Basin Plan by attending the Barooga meeting tonight.
Fords of old thundered down Goulburn Valley Hwy on March 8, stopping in at Koonoomoo on the first day of a trip around Australia.
Work will soon start on Cobram’s cinema after the community group received more than $500000 towards the project.
The Cobram-Barooga Sports Star of the Year Awards night is fast approaching and residents are being urged to buy their tickets.
More than 150 people attended the Need For Feed’s northern Victoria dinner at Cobram Harness Racing Club on Sunday after a group of volunteers completed a northern Victoria and southern NSW hay run.
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