Lifestyle

Meander sails into the sunset

MURRAY Meander is (almost) no more — because the 2018 event will be the last.. Run by the Horizon committee, the news arrives in the wake of 20 boats travelling 887km from Mildura to Goolwa to fundraise for the Otis Foundation.. Organiser Dick

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Jessica Lamb
Mar 25 2017
Lifestyle

John Wood takes to health stage

GOLD Logie-winning actor John Wood will be in Moama on Tuesday for a play tackling mental health.. The actor, best known for portraying Senior Sergeant Tom Croydon in Blue Heelers, will join Chris Pidd for Carpe Diem.. The play is a contemporary

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Riverine Herald
Mar 24 2017
Entertainment

Golden oldies at our airport

THE biggest antique aeroplane event of the year took place at the Echuca Aerodrome at the weekend.. The 41st National Fly-in of the Antique Aeroplane Association of Australia saw more than 100 planes descend, literally, on Echuca.. The event saw

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Riverine Herald
Mar 24 2017
Entertainment

Spamalot tickets on sale

TICKETS for Echuca-Moama Theatre Company’s production of Monty Python’s Spamalot have gone on sale.. Cast and crew are busy rehearsing and preparing for the show, which co-director Lesley Summers said was expected to blow audiences away with its

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Riverine Herald
Mar 22 2017
Entertainment

No fooling, this will...

THIS is not an April fools joke — the Echuca Swap Meet is only two weeks away.. April 1 will see automotive parts and collectables descend on Rotary Park for a full day of swapping, buying and admiring.. ‘‘Proving a very popular event last

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Riverine Herald
Mar 17 2017
News

Right day to get messy

IT WILL be a kid’s haven at the Echuca-Moama Toy Library on March 18.. Expect everything colourful, gooey, loud, bright and fun with the aim of getting messy of course.. The third annual Messy Play Day is back and everyone is invited.. Set on the

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Riverine Herald
Mar 13 2017
Entertainment

Blues duo back in the...

TWO of central Victoria’s best rhythm and blues bands are coming to The Echuca Club on April 22 for a night of great entertainment.. Sons of The Blues (John Phillips and Patrick Byrne) are returning to Echuca after playing at The Echuca Club last

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Riverine Herald
Mar 13 2017
Entertainment

Musician sings his river tales

NATHALIA’S G.R.A.I.N Store will host one of Australia’s most endearing singer-songwriters, Simon Marks, on Friday.. The event will kick off from 7pm as part of his regional tour promoting his latest album, Big River, Little Stories.. He will be

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Riverine Herald
Mar 13 2017
Entertainment

Isaiah to take on the world

FIRST he took out the X Factor crown and now Moama’s Isaiah Firebrace will represent Australia in the biggest singing contest in the world.. The 17-year-old will represent the country at the 2017 Eurovision contest singing ’Don’t Come

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Vivienne Duck
Mar 08 2017
Entertainment

Immerse yourself in wonderful art

MELBOURNE’S Deborah Halpern is bringing her art to Echuca.. The artist, best known for her large mosaic public sculptures finished with glass and individually hand-crafted ceramic tiles, will showcase her exhibition at The Foundry Arts Space.. But

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Riverine Herald
Mar 06 2017
Entertainment

Roll up, Silvers...

SILVERS Circus rolls into town on Wednesday.. Echuca East Recreation Reserve will be transformed with colour, costumes and of course a big tent.. After 40 years on the road Silvers has become a household name in Australia — and developed into one

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Riverine Herald
Mar 06 2017
Entertainment

Rev yourself up and...

THE Revving the River Festival starts today.. Echuca’s Aquatic Reserve will be transformed into a shiny revving display for the event, which runs until Sunday.. And it’s all for a great cause with all money raised going towards Zaidee’s

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Riverine Herald
Mar 04 2017
Entertainment

Maiden’s Inn park...

MAIDEN’S Inn Holiday Park in Moama welcomed its latest attraction at an official opening on Sunday.. The million dollar waterpark was made available to the public and holiday goers for free and will be available to the community from now on for

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Vivienne Duck
Mar 01 2017
Entertainment

Connor Deakin is now making some extraordinary progress

ALTHOUGH he’s only 21, Connor Deakin (pictured left) already has years of stage experience under his belt.. The regular performer with Echuca-Moama Theatre Company is set to take a leading role in Shepparton Theatre Arts Group’s rendition of

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Riverine Herald
Feb 24 2017
Entertainment

Rodeo will be a bucking beauty

THE 72nd Kyabram Rodeo is back for another year.. March 10 will see some of the best riders diverge on the Kyabram Showgrounds for the annual event.. ‘‘It is one of the longest running rodeos in the country so they know what they are doing and

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Vivienne Duck
Feb 24 2017
Entertainment

Life in song and, hopefully, film

ECHUCA’S Tyler Hudson wants to create something that moves people.. ‘‘It can be a smile, a tear, or just a second thought,’’ he said.. ‘‘With my first EP, producing the film clips for the songs was my favourite part of the whole

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Riverine Herald
Feb 24 2017
Entertainment

Artists warm up crowd...

THE sixth annual Riverboats Music Festival went off with a bang and finished with a drizzle.. Headlined by Paul Kelly, this year’s festival was one to remember.. Combining with fellow Australian artist Charlie Owen and his two daughters Memphis

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Vivienne Duck
Feb 22 2017
Entertainment

Bikes, cars, music set...

THE Revving the River Festival is on next week.. Echuca’s Aquatic Reserve will be transformed into a shiny revving display for the event, which runs from March 3 to 5.. The event is all about bikes, cars, food and music; with all money raised

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Riverine Herald
Feb 21 2017
Entertainment

BnS line-up

THE Elmore BnS Summer Send Off Ball is just around the corner.. The March 11 event is on at Elmore Events Centre and is expected to attract more than 1500 people through the gates.. Big-name act The Wolfe Brothers are back after delighting crowds at

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Riverine Herald
Feb 21 2017
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