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1. Goulburn to get a fill-up from Eildon

Posts : September 20, 2017
COMMUNITIES, traditional owners, farmers and wildlife will all benefit from an environmental flow along the Goulburn River between Goulburn Weir and the Murray River due to be delivered from mid-September, according to the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority. [Read more]

2. Juniors and Miniroos numbers ever-increasing

Posts : September 20, 2017
DUE to the ever-increasing numbers, we have had a great competition among the seniors and the juniors each week.  [Read more]

3. The great escape to Australia from Bulgaria

Posts : September 20, 2017
LOCAL Mansfield resident Nicola Vatoff has had a long journey through life to make it to our humble high country town. [Read more]

4. Onwards and upwards at Mansfield Secondary College

Posts : September 20, 2017
NAPLAN results were recently released to schools across the state. [Read more]

5. A logical life with a spiritual heart

Posts : September 20, 2017
IMAGINE growing up just like the Little Princess. [Read more]

6. Bomberettes make history

Posts : September 20, 2017
BONNIE Doon’s under 17 netballers have won their first ever premiership since joining the Ovens and King league, defeating Glenrowan by 18 goals in the Ovens and King grand final in Wangaratta on Saturday. [Read more]

7. Road safety barriers to go in at Sawmill

Posts : September 20, 2017
ROAD safety barriers will be installed along a 230 metre section of Mt Buller Road, near Sawmill Settlement, following a number of vehicle incidents over the winter months. [Read more]

8. McLeish puts Attorney General on notice

Posts : September 20, 2017
THE Victorian Attorney General, Martin Pakula, will be put on notice by Cindy McLeish (MLA, Eildon) when she officially asks him to visit the Mansfield Courthouse. [Read more]

9. Twenty years of farm forestry celebrated

Posts : September 14, 2017
IT is now 19 years since the last tree was planted in the State Government funded FFORNE (Farm Forestry North East) plantation forestry scheme. [Read more]

10. Riley sees the good in everything around him

Posts : September 13, 2017
THERE is an old saying about every cloud having a silver lining. [Read more]

11. Mansfield region home to the oldest CFA trucks in the state

Posts : September 13, 2017
MERRIJIG CFA is home to one of the oldest fire trucks in the state. [Read more]

12. Deadly flu outbreak in Wangaratta aged care

Posts : September 13, 2017
EIGHT people in Wangaratta have died following a flu outbreak in the town’s largest retirement village. [Read more]

13. Hume jobs boom

Posts : September 13, 2017
JOBS have soared in the local region as unemployment in Mansfield remains steady at 3.2 per cent. [Read more]

14. Benalla men win hockey premiership

Posts : September 13, 2017
BENALLA’S men broke their short drought on Saturday, winning the Goulburn Valley Hockey Association (GVHA) B Grade Premiership against fair rival SYC by two goals. [Read more]

15. Spring snow season is just getting started

Posts : September 13, 2017
THE fresh snow just keeps on falling at Mt Buller. [Read more]

16. U16 Eagles come up short

Posts : September 13, 2017
THE Mansfield U16s took on the Benalla Giants in the grand final on Saturday, going down by 37 points.  [Read more]

17. “Our students could do so much more”

Posts : September 7, 2017
“HAVING facilities that meet the minimum standards is no longer good enough,” says local accountant Natalie Davies of Mansfield Accounting and Taxation when talking about the state of Mansfield Secondary College (MSC). [Read more]

18. Twos out of finals race after close loss

Posts : September 6, 2017
THE mighty Mansfield Reserves headed off to Benalla on Sunday to fly the flag for the club in an elimination final against last year’s grand finalists the Kyabram Bombers, but came up short by 19 points. [Read more]

19. Wes is the Courier’s newest advertising account manager

Posts : September 6, 2017
WES Mudge has always loved numbers. [Read more]

20. Polish the town for spring

Posts : September 6, 2017
MANSFIELD township will get its annual spring clean from September 11 as part of the ‘Polish the Town for Spring’ week-long campaign. [Read more]

21. U16s get the job done against Kangaroos

Posts : September 6, 2017
ON Sunday the U16 Eagles faced off against the Kangaroos for a spot in the big dance this Sunday, and claim a spot they did with a 22 point victory.  [Read more]

22. New manikin is on the pulse

Posts : September 6, 2017
THE Mansfield community has received another great gift from the Mansfield Ambulance Auxiliary, with the purchase of new ambulance training equipment late last month. [Read more]

23. Busted: backyard burglars are charged

Posts : September 6, 2017
TARGETED investigation has helped Mansfield police solve a spate of motor vehicle theft and burglary cases that occurred over a short period in August. [Read more]

24. Road safety winter blitz

Posts : September 6, 2017
HIGHWAY police have been watching the local roads closely over the notoriously bad winter season with helicopter, squad cars and their flash new vehicles on hand. Local police have teamed up with Police Air-wing conducting aerial surveillance and detecting speeding vehicles from above. Those travelling above the limit are then intercepted by ground crew operating […] [Read more]

25. Mansfield’s shooters take out annual shield

Posts : August 31, 2017
THE monthly Mansfield Clay Target Club shoot was held on Sunday, August 20 in beautiful conditions. [Read more]

26. Influenza at fever pitch in Mansfield

Posts : August 30, 2017
FLU and respiratory cases have spiked in Mansfield, consistent with a febrile flu season across the state. [Read more]

27. Eagles reserves are heading for finals

Posts : August 30, 2017
THE Mansfield Eagles’ reserves hosted the Echuca Bombers on Saturday in our final home and away game of season 2017, taking out a 50 point victory. [Read more]

28. No horsing around for Mansfield’s skilled horsewoman Sophie Fox

Posts : August 30, 2017
PRACTICE Makes Perfect is the name of Sophie Fox’s old eventing horse. [Read more]

29. Playing field set to play again

Posts : August 30, 2017
SPRING has almost sprung, and with that the window of favourable weather opens for council to commence the rectification works of Mansfield’s additional playing field. [Read more]

30. Junior netballers star again

Posts : August 30, 2017
THE Mansfield Junior Netball Club was represented by an 11 and under squad team in the Lilydale and Yarra Valley Netball Tournament in Kilsyth earlier this month. [Read more]

31. As Mansfield grows, so do our school’s needs

Posts : August 30, 2017
RAPID population growth is creating unprecedented challenges for local services in the community. [Read more]

32. Buller to be official Winter Olympic training centre

Posts : August 30, 2017
MT BULLER announced last week that it will host an official Olympic training centre, making Mt Buller Victoria’s home for the development of future Olympic and world champions in aerial and mogul skiing. [Read more]

33. Doon’s form falls away against Milawa

Posts : August 24, 2017
BONNIE Doon hosted the Milawa Demons on Saturday for the final home and away game of the season, only to be defeated by 45 points. [Read more]

34. August uptick felt on and off mountain with fresh falls

Posts : August 24, 2017
CONDITIONS on Mt Buller in August have been some of the best of the decade. [Read more]

35. Twos take care of Saints

Posts : August 23, 2017
THE Eagles reserves headed off to the Benalla Showgrounds on Saturday knowing that a win was a must to keep the march towards September on track, and win they did, taking care of business by 93 points. [Read more]

36. Seniors dive at line to outlast Saints

Posts : August 23, 2017
THE Mansfield Eagles’ seniors rode timekeeping errors, late lead changes and an unpredictable wind to a heart-stopping three point victory over the Benalla Saints in Benalla on the weekend. [Read more]

37. Teaching a farm dog new tricks

Posts : August 23, 2017
FAILED sheep dog Dusty not only dodged a bullet and found a better life behind the sled, he’s also recently turned into a bit of a celebrity on the mountains. [Read more]

38. New partnership formed as concern continues to grow

Posts : August 23, 2017
HARNESSING the current groundswell of concern over plastic pollution, representatives from 15 environmental, community and industry groups across Victoria joined forces over the weekend to form a new partnership, Plastic-free Victoria Alliance, with a view to strengthen the response towards the plastic pollution crisis. [Read more]

39. Mansfield puts the freeze on ice

Posts : August 23, 2017
ALTHOUGH 13 community groups will soon receive grants from the State Government to fight against ice and drug addiction, Eildon MP Cindy McLeish (MLA, Eildon) said the funding is not making a dint in the ice problem. [Read more]

40. Shining the spotlight on illegal hunters

Posts : August 23, 2017
GAME Management Authority (GMA) officers, together with Victoria Police and DELWP officers combined their efforts to conduct an operation targeting illegal deer spotlighters around the Mansfield area last weekend. [Read more]

41. Reserves rise, defeat top placed Magpies

Posts : August 16, 2017
THE Mansfield Reserves hosted the Euroa Magpies on Saturday, defeating the ladder leaders by 10 points. [Read more]

42. Mansfield grapes are red gold as prices rise

Posts : August 16, 2017
THIS year, Mansfield and the Upper Goulburn region saw an increase in wine grape yield and price. [Read more]

43. Local roads facing a dismal future

Posts : August 16, 2017
State Opposition leader Matthew Guy has slammed the government for failing to invest in rural and regional roads. [Read more]

44. 100 years of women on the police force

Posts : August 16, 2017
VICTORIA Police proudly celebrated 100 years of women in policing last week. Mansfield’s own Acting Sergeant Robyn Reed has been in the force for 23 years and has seen the landscape change significantly in that time. “There are a lot more opportunities now for women in policing,” she said. “There’s a lot more acceptance for […] [Read more]

45. Dear Minister, finish our school

Posts : August 16, 2017
MANSFIELD Secondary College (MSC) will ask the State Government for a commitment of between $4-5 million in next May’s budget. [Read more]

46. Dentistry is an art form in Mansfield

Posts : August 16, 2017
MARK Knapp comes from a dental family. [Read more]

47. Mansfield Courier celebrating 150 years – 2017

Supplements : August 11, 2017

48. McLeish fuels “drive off” criminal debate

Posts : August 10, 2017
STATE Liberal member for Eildon, Cindy McLeish (MLA, Eildon), has demanded government action on the rising number of fuel drive off cases. [Read more]

49. Mansfield gambles away $1.619 million

Posts : August 9, 2017
PUNTERS in Mansfield have gambled away $1.619 million on local pokie machines during the 2016/17 financial year. [Read more]

50. Record forest firefighters to keep Mansfield safe

Posts : August 9, 2017
AN additional 15 summer firefighters will be employed in the Hume region after the Labor Government announced recruitment had begun for the 2017 – 2018 fire season. [Read more]

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