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1. Mansfield juniors take ‘em on in Wangaratta

Posts : November 22, 2017
MASNFIELD under 14 Boys Blue team went into their first tournament fresh, pumped and somewhat (and understandably) nervous.  [Read more]

2. Master plan beckons for Station Precinct

Posts : November 22, 2017
COUNCIL is expecting to soon get the ball rolling on the development of a master plan for the Station Precinct. [Read more]

3. Greene takes out Guerin Memorial

Posts : November 22, 2017
THE third running of the Alain Guerin Memorial Handicap road race was held with the threat of inclement weather and a large field of riders.  [Read more]

4. From Hamburg to London to Mansfield

Posts : November 22, 2017
CORINNA Henderson joins the Mansfield Courier team after 11 years in the world of big-brand marketing.  [Read more]

5. At the coal-face of homelessness in Mansfield

Posts : November 22, 2017
GEORGE D’Arcy is just one of a dedicated group of locals who volunteer with the St Vincent Conference in Mansfield.  [Read more]

6. Abduction fears raised again

Posts : November 22, 2017
A SECOND child has been approached by a stranger, this time near the Mansfield Steiner School. [Read more]

7. Courier the little paper that could

Posts : November 22, 2017
ON Friday evening the Victorian Country Press Association held their annual awards in Melbourne to recognise the previous year’s achievements in regards to journalism, photography, advertising and overall newspaper excellence. [Read more]

8. Sargent, Brown, Parsons and Harcus victorious

Posts : November 16, 2017
CONGRATULATIONS this week go to the Match Play winners for this year. [Read more]

9. Spring racing grips Mansfield

Posts : November 15, 2017
LAST week the crowds came in their droves to the Catanach Plate Melbourne Cup Day Picnic Race meeting, held at the Mansfield Racecourse. [Read more]

10. Kerr, Kelly shoot the lights out in rifle comp

Posts : November 15, 2017
THE 2017 VRA medal shoot for the East Central District Rifle Association was shot for on the Violet Town Range on Saturday, November 11.  [Read more]

11. Cathy McGowan to launch community projects

Posts : November 15, 2017
CATHY McGowan (MHR, Indi) will visit Bonnie Doon and Jamieson on Wednesday to launch two projects funded by the Federal Government’s Stronger Communities Program. [Read more]

12. Bonnie Doon Bridge works

Posts : November 15, 2017
COMMENCING Monday, November 13, VicRoads crews will be undertaking maintenance works on the Bonnie Doon Bridge. [Read more]

13. Council says Targa is paying the bills

Posts : November 15, 2017
AFTER a hugely successful 2017 Targa High Country, Mansfield Shire Council has signed a major partner agreement [Read more]

14. Delays, interruptions frustrate Mansfield district NBN users

Posts : November 15, 2017
ALMOST half of all National Broadband Network users have suffered problems getting connected, with delays and slow speeds the key issues. [Read more]

15. Jammo ecstatic with new store owners

Posts : November 8, 2017
JAMIESON’S new general store operators say they have already been made to feel welcome in town as they embark on the next chapter of their lives. [Read more]

16. Keep up with alcohol rules in Mansfield

Posts : November 8, 2017
IN the draft of the Amenity, Environment and Community Protection Local Law (2017), the Mansfield Shire has published a map which indicates which public areas of Mansfield must be alcohol free. [Read more]

17. A world away in the same neighbourhood

Posts : November 8, 2017
BORN in British Columbia, Canada, deep in the Rocky Mountains, Margaret Virgo started out a long way away from her current home. [Read more]

18. $4.6 billion to housing and homeless over 3 years

Posts : November 8, 2017
THE Mansfield Courier has been reporting on the homelessness problem in our community over the last month, and specifically about the severe problem of housing affordability and the lack of public housing. [Read more]

19. Bowls club grant for shelter upgrade

Posts : November 8, 2017
MANSFIELD Bowls Club members will see the benefit of a recently acquired grant when they shelter under a new cover adjoining their back green. [Read more]

20. Record crowds flock to festival

Posts : November 8, 2017
THE traditional Breakfast on the Lawn kicked off the Mansfield High Country Festival weekend on Friday, followed after school with Marks IGA Sideshow Carnival and Ground Control Rock Out, which saw people of every age enjoying the music, street theatre, art, food, games, dress ups and petting zoo. [Read more]

21. The Mur de Campagnolo

Posts : November 8, 2017
RECORD numbers registered to start the handicap race on Howes Creek Rd with racers’ ages ranging from pre-teen to the over 60s. [Read more]

22. Public awaits shire savings announcements

Posts : November 2, 2017
IN July this year, Mansfield Shire councillors instructed shire chief executive officer Alex Green to find ongoing savings to council of at least $500,000 per annum by October 30 this year. [Read more]

23. Lauriston Girls School a sustainability winner

Posts : November 2, 2017
THE Howqua campus of Lauriston Girls’ School has won this year’s Energy School of the Year Secondary category for its Black Balloons initiative. [Read more]

24. McLeish off the leash on assisted suicide

Posts : November 1, 2017
ON the morning of Thursday, October 19, it seemed that Victoria was just a whisker away from legalising assisted suicide. [Read more]

25. Attempted child abduction by man

Posts : November 1, 2017
MANSFIELD police are warning parents to be extra vigilant following the attempted abduction of a child from Apollo Street last week. [Read more]

26. The ‘Cav’ hits his stride

Posts : November 1, 2017
IT felt like the good old days. [Read more]

27. Mansfield’s ‘Woodies’ producing the goods

Posts : November 1, 2017
WHEN local man David Matthews saw a particular necklace recently, he was taken aback. [Read more]

28. Repair works begin on Ogilvies Road

Posts : November 1, 2017
AS of last Monday, repair works have begun on Ogilvies Road. [Read more]

29. Toogood to be true

Posts : November 1, 2017
MANSFIELD Eagles sports star Bonnie Toogood has been drafted to play professional football. [Read more]

30. Jekyll and Hyde impresses

Posts : November 1, 2017
LAST week the latest MMuDS production kicked off in style at the Mansfield Performing Arts Centre. [Read more]

31. Basketball is back and feeling like home

Posts : October 25, 2017
HAVE you ever experienced the feeling of being away from your home for an extended period of time?  [Read more]

32. Butterfly Man now at home in the High Country

Posts : October 25, 2017
CLEVELAND Herd lives in the rural High Country, where he runs 50 head of cattle and a few sheep. [Read more]

33. Streets apart

Posts : October 25, 2017
IN their statements at last week’s council meeting, Mansfield Shire councillors expressed different ways of thinking about a problem that could recur more often into the future – street numbering. [Read more]

34. Elvins Street in need of all round attention

Posts : October 25, 2017
AN article in the Mansfield Courier (October 11, 2017) has prompted several letters to the editor complaining about the state of roads around the shire and the lack of action by the Mansfield Shire Council to deal with the problems. [Read more]

35. Communities forced to wait till 2018 for mobile reception

Posts : October 25, 2017
LAST week, Nationals Senator Fiona Nash congratulated the Coalition government on delivering mobile coverage to 36 new communities in September. [Read more]

36. World Cup awaits Crawford

Posts : October 25, 2017
AFTER huge results in international competition in August and early September, Doug Crawford is the worthy recipient of September’s Sportsperson of the Month nomination. [Read more]

37. Recognition for our citizens

Posts : October 25, 2017
NOMINATIONS for Mansfield Shire Citizen Awards are now open and will be accepted until Monday, December 11 in the following categories: [Read more]

38. Memories of Daisy at golf club

Posts : October 19, 2017
LAST week was a special one for the lady golfers of the town when they got together to celebrate the memory of a golfing companion, Daisy Murphy. [Read more]

39. Rotary all aboard on historic train upgrade

Posts : October 18, 2017
MANSFIELD Rotary Club handed a $1000 cheque to the Mansfield Historical Society last week to help give the society’s 130-year-old train an even brighter future. The money will go toward the restoration of the Z Class guard’s cabin, or ‘caboose’, of the train, where the train’s guards would travel and stow luggage. Maurie Walsh from […] [Read more]

40. Golfing ladies power on

Posts : October 18, 2017
MANSFIELD lady golfers have been performing above and beyond once again, both on and off the course. [Read more]

41. Telstra ducks for coverage

Posts : October 18, 2017
DESPITE promising to have at least five black spot mobile phone towers operational by Christmas, Telstra is yet to begin construction on any. [Read more]

42. Local hunt rider emulates Dick Oliver

Posts : October 18, 2017
TWENTY years after Mansfield’s champion hunt rider Dick Oliver had his greatest ever season, Mansfield can again celebrate another hunting champion. [Read more]

43. High Country brewers mash in Mansfield

Posts : October 18, 2017
A COLLABORATION of the High Country’s favourite brewers took place last week at the Social Bandit brewery in Mansfield. [Read more]

44. Ninth Dragon Diesel challenge held at Violet Town rifle range

Posts : October 18, 2017
LAST Saturday the Violet Town Shooting Complex was the site of the ninth Dragon Diesel Challenge, which was taken out by the Deer Hunters by 0.6 points. [Read more]

45. State Government updates fire planning protocols

Posts : October 18, 2017
LANDOWNERS proposing new development on their land may require a planning permit under a revised bushfire mapping system introduced at the start of October. [Read more]

46. Wool bale theft concerns VFF chief

Posts : October 13, 2017
A WOOL switcheroo involving expensive wool bales being swapped for inferior wool is being investigated by Victoria Police. [Read more]

47. Great rounds scored by golfers

Posts : October 12, 2017
CONGRATULATIONS this week go to Trevor Wright, Chris Anderson, Don Clutterbuck and Rob Healy for their excellent high scores across the competitions. [Read more]

48. Symes sympathises, but says shires must be frugal

Posts : October 12, 2017
UPPER House member for Northern Victoria Jaclyn Symes (MLC, Northern Victoria) has backed the State Government’s rate-capping policy. [Read more]

49. Fricke finishes World Championships in third

Posts : October 11, 2017
MANSFIELD’S Max Fricke contested some close racing in the final round of the U21 Speedway World Championships and has finished third overall in the championship. [Read more]

50. Locals’ patience tried by the state of roads

Posts : October 11, 2017
THE Mansfield Courier, like the Mansfield Shire council, has received numerous complaints about the results of road works carried out earlier this year in Ogilvies Road and Malcolm Street. [Read more]

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