NOW is the time to show your support for the new Mansfield indoor stadium. So says acting mayor, Harry Westendorp, with the launch of the…
MANSFIELD is set to benefit from a $1.5 million boost to local roads after a joint funding announcement was made last week. Visiting town on Friday, Labor Upper House member…Read more
MANSFIELD Kindergarten got the surprise of a lifetime last week when a supposed casual visit from Labor candidate for Eildon, Sally Brennan, turned into a surprise cheque from Upper House…Read more
AFTER more than two years of debate, there will be no rock quarry at Merrijig after the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) upheld a planning refusal recently. Handed down…Read more
AS reported last month, the Mansfield Shire council unanimously motioned to apply to the State Government for a rate rise for the 2019-2020 budget. The application came after the discovery…Read more
MANSFIELD police are looking for witnesses or information after vandals attacked various spots in town recently. Between 8pm on September 17 and 6am on September 18, unknown offenders entered the…Read more
LAST week, Mansfield Shire Council carried a motion with intention to sell Mansfield’s saleyards site. Councillor Paul Volkering motioned that the council instruct the chief executive officer (CEO) to give…Read more
AT last week’s Mansfield Shire council meeting, a motion was unanimously carried to apply for a rate rise for 2019-2020. Councillor Paul Volkering motioned that the council “instruct the CEO…Read more
WITH the AFL grand final wrapping up the football season, the local community have been able to reflect on their own season – both Mansfield Eagles and Bonnie Doon –…Read more
NOT all in the Barjarg community support a recent call for the Mansfield–Benalla road to be made into an 80km/h zone. Last week, the Courier ran a story, ‘Residents want…Read more
THE Liberal National Coalition will put $3.5 million towards a new multipurpose stadium in Mansfield – provided they are elected to government at the November 24 state election. Cindy McLeish…Read more
A LOCAL farm operation has been ordered to pay costs of $300,000, and dedicate 148 acres to a nature conservation, after illegally clearing more than 180 acres into farming land….Read more
TARGA’S 2018 Mansfield street stage has been altered slightly to meet the access and safety concerns of emergency stakeholders. The course will no longer include High and Curia streets. The…Read more
A NEW indoor multi-use stadium and upgrades to the Lords Reserve have been named as the top sporting priorities for Mansfield. In the newly completed Sports Facilities Strategy both projects…Read more
WHILE the Mansfield Eagles seniors started off well during their match against the Euroa Magpies on the weekend, they soon fell behind, copping a 46 point loss. “We were doing…Read more
MANSFIELD A Grade netballers have had quite a tough start to the season, but with a lot of hard work and determination to sort out our game structure and reduce…Read more
DESCRIBED as a “gifted athlete” by many for her sporting abilities seen across netball and basketball, 17-year-old Nelle Cousins has been nominated as Sportsperson of the Month for May. Nelle…Read more
THE weekend saw the Mansfield Eagles soar high as they thrashed Shepp United on their home ground by over 100 points. “Everyone was on board and there were no passengers,”…Read more
ALL good things must come to an end, as Mansfield’s reserves discovered on the weekend when Seymour got over the line to kill the Eagles’ unbeaten flight.
AFTER a loss last weekend, the Eagle boys went into Saturday’s match against Seymour determined to fight back and managed to bag a 62 point win.
THE Mansfield community is determined to finance a new multi-purpose two court stadium with the college and basketball association looking at options to help get the project off the ground.
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